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Reagan Theatre Visits Greece

Reagan Theatre Visits Greece

By on July 23, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak

Members and guests of the Reagan High School theatre department embarked on an exciting, theatre-themed exploration of Greece, June 9-18. The trip offered Reagan’s theatre students once-in-a-lifetime experiences: a glimpse of the glowing Parthenon from the hotel’s rooftop cafe; an excursion on a massive ferry boat to a flower-filled Greek Island; and the chance to […]

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Reagan Band Prepares For Upcoming Season

Reagan Band Prepares For Upcoming Season

By on July 23, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak

As the hot August sun rises, the Reagan Band is busy preparing for its upcoming marching season. All 230 band members are hard at work, striving to improve their marching skills and perfect their music during camp. Despite the grueling heat, the students are giving 110 percent at band camp as they gear up for […]

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Reagan HS Twirlers Selected

Reagan HS Twirlers Selected

By on July 23, 2014 in 78258 Stone Oak

Reagan High School held auditions on June 4 in their gym to select the twirlers for the 2014 -2015 season. A special congratulations goes out to senior Shae Willingham and sophomore Kenlynn Volz, who both were chosen from an outstanding group of candidates to be the feature twirlers for Reagan High School. Kenlynn Volz has trained diligently for the past […]

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New Developments

New Developments

HEB, Community, Celebrate Opening Residents of Stone Oak joined H-E-B leadership in celebrating the opening of a new one-of-a-kind H-E-B marketplace on Friday, June 20. The 80,000 square foot store located on Wilderness Oak is only the second H-E-B in the state to feature an adjacent restaurant. “It was important for to us to build […]

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Canyon Golf Family Dentistry

Canyon Golf Family Dentistry

The Stone Oak Business Association is pleased to count Canyon Golf Family Dentistry among its newest members. When choosing a Stone Oak dentist for your family you have a lot of options and Canyon Golf Family Dentistry believes you deserve to have a dental home – not just a dental office. They would like to […]

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Stork Vision

Stork Vision

Stork Vision San Antonio is the latest addition to the local Stone Oak business community. Stork Vision has been providing expectant mothers with the highest quality limited diagnostic 2D, 3D and 4D ultrasounds since 2004. Their centers provide you and your family with the opportunity to interact and share in this once-in-a lifetime experience through […]

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Johnson H.S. Dance Has Fast Start

Johnson H.S. Dance Has Fast Start

By on July 23, 2014 in 78259 Encino

Summer has already brought a promising future for the new school year with the many awards and accomplishments that both the Johnson Legacies Dance Team and the Johnson Belles Drill Team have received. The 2014-15 Legacies Dance team is led by Colonel Courtney Seely, Lt. Colonel Emily Ross and Major Allyson Pruski. Leading the 2014-15 […]

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Johnson HS Supports TXDOT Campaign

Johnson HS Supports TXDOT Campaign

By on July 23, 2014 in 78259 Encino

The Johnson High School Smart Driving Club took time out this summer to help the Texas Department of Transportation gets it distracted driving campaign message out to the community by participating in a June 23 press conference at the Texas Institute of Cultures. The purpose of the press conference was to bring different groups from […]

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Johnson HS Wind Ensemble Places First

Johnson HS Wind Ensemble Places First

By on July 23, 2014 in 78259 Encino

The Johnson High School Wind Ensemble (Varsity Concert Band) placed first in the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) Area E 5A Honor Band Contest, held on June 26, after placing first in the TMEA Region 12 Honor Band Contest on June 12. As a result of this achievement, the ensemble is advancing to the State […]

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Indian Springs PTA Fundraiser

Indian Springs PTA Fundraiser

By on July 23, 2014 in 78260/61 Bulverde

On Saturday, July 12 Indian Springs Elementary PTA of Comal ISD, held a fundraiser at the Sonic drive-in on TPC Pkwy. Parents and their student partners spoke to every customer who came into the drive-in between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. asking each to support Indian Springs Elementary. A couple of the students were shy […]

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SVHS NJROTC Summer Update

SVHS NJROTC Summer Update

By on July 23, 2014 in 78260/61 Bulverde

18 cadets from Smithson Valley High School’s NJROTC unit graduated from Central Texas Leadership Training in Bastrop, Texas on Saturday, June 21. Also known as “Mini Boot Camp”, the cadets completed a rigorous six-day camp that included the U.S. Army obstacle course, physical fitness training, and a four-mile combat hike and a drill competition. The […]

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Youth Serve in Houston

Youth Serve in Houston

By on July 23, 2014 in 78260/61 Bulverde

Youth from St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bulverde went to Houston for a week in June to serve the less fortunate and to gain life experiences. The youth were able to serve at several organizations in the downtown area. During the week they helped pack 12,000 pounds of ER (Emergency Relief) boxes of food at […]

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Summer At TMI

Summer At TMI

By on July 22, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion

The Episcopal School of Texas welcomed summer students and campers from June through July to their Summer at TMI, a program of athletics, academic classes and other activities open to children of all ages. Families could choose half-day or all-day courses and camps, including Young Rembrandts art classes, robotics camps, sports performance training and adventure […]

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Training Program Develops Advocates

Training Program Develops Advocates

By on July 22, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion

On July 14, Belinda Hernandez and her classmates began the first day of a long and strenuous three-week training program to become certified Child Advocates of San Antonio (CASA) volunteers. “I’m really excited. This might be God’s purpose for my life,” Belinda Hernandez, mother of three, said. Belinda has long wanted to volunteer her time […]

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Local Fencers Win Medals

Local Fencers Win Medals

By on July 22, 2014 in 78255/56/57 Dominion

More than 9,000 athletes from across the nation participated in the 2014 Summer Nationals, held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio from June 22 to July 3. 6 local fencers did extremely well at the event – either placing or bringing home medals. Blattman Elementary student Luke Kolbinskie won a Bronze medal […]

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A Finch Becomes An Eagle

A Finch Becomes An Eagle

By on July 21, 2014 in 78248/32 Hollywood Park

The Finch family backyard was the setting on Saturday, July 19, as Nicholas, (or Nick, as he likes to be called) made the transition from Life Scout to Eagle. Escorted to the front of a small gathering of friends and family members by Scouts Matthew Fuhrmann, Jacob Delgado, Sam Owens, Tyler Fritszche and Nathan Lopez, […]

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Churchill Orchestra Announces Concert

Churchill Orchestra Announces Concert

By on July 21, 2014 in 78248/32 Hollywood Park

The Churchill High School Orchestra has announced it is performing its first concert of the 2014-2015 school year this upcoming October. The concert will take place on October 20 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the L.N. Theatre located at Churchill High School on Blanco Road. You don’t want to miss what will be […]

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Hope For The Future

Hope For The Future

By on July 21, 2014 in 78248/32 Hollywood Park

Hope for the Future has been serving the Archdiocese of San Antonio for nearly eight years, providing much needed funds for economically disadvantaged families wanting to provide a Catholic education for their children. Since its inception, Hope for the Future has awarded approximately $6.5 million in tuition assistance and has helped some 7,000 students attend […]

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In Case You Missed It

Paint Palooza

Paint Palooza

The Stone Oak Business Association would like to announce that Paint Palooza has joined its business community. Paint Palooza is a BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle) art studio located at 1604 & Huebner. It has successfully been serving adults and kids on San Antonio’s Northside since 2012, with great reviews in places like Yelp, Trip […]

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McCrary Stone Financial Solutions

McCrary Stone Financial Solutions

The Stone Oak Business Association would like to reintroduce to the community McCrary Stone Financial Solutions, members of the association since 2013. McCrary Stone Financial Solutions is comprised of uniquely qualified individuals with the ability to address the diverse needs of every individual. McCrary Stone Financial Solutions is a financial services firm specializing in estate […]

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UPS Store

UPS Store

The 10 West Business Association is excited to announce that a local UPS Store has joined its business community. The store is located in the Rim Shopping Center and is now under new ownership and was recently remodeled. Many people’s first thoughts of UPS Stores are that they are for shipping only, but many other […]

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