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					                                 Senio r Moments at Baca
                              Volume 1, Issue 2                                                May/June 2009



                                                                         WINNERS of the
Allen R. Baca Center
301 W. Bagdad, Bldg 2                 Membership
                                                                          Senior Games
Round Rock, TX 78664
512.218.5499                          Reminders
Baca Staff
                                Membership at Baca is a privilege        will be posted in
                                we should all take advantage of.
Supervisor                      For a nominal fee, your member-          the Baca lobby.
                                ship entitles you to all the magnifi-
                                                                          Make sure you
Deborah McRoberts
                                cent programs Baca has to offer. It
Program Coordinator
                                offers opportunity for socialization,
Dawn Moonan
                                recreation, and education.               congratulate our
Office Manager
Carol Isaacks
                                Remember a current membership               WINNERS!!
Admin. Tech
Randi Bartleson
                                card or a day fee is required to par-
                                ticipate in our programs or use the        THANK YOU
Recreation Leaders
Donna Bethke
                                weight room.
                                                                           to all of our
                                                                         game volunteers!
Robert Ray                      Check your card for your expira-
Bus Driver                      tion date and help support Baca
Bill Byars                      because we’re the Best!
Custodian                                                               If you have suggestions or comments
Charles Jackson                                                         for next year’s games, drop us a note
                                                                        in the suggestion box or speak with
                                                                        one of our staff members.

  Round Rock Parks and
       Recreation
Mission: People dedicated
& empowered to create a
                                      Wellness Corner—Loser Update
positive and memorable          The Baca Center has another hefty       ladies on Tuesdays, 8:30-9:30 am and
 experience in people’s         update on the Biggest Loser contest     men Thursdays, 8:30-9:30 am and
          lives.                with a total of 115.75 lbs & 28.75”     then coed classes each Tuesday or
                                lost in 4 months of the program.        Thursday 4:00-5:00 pm.
 Vision: An active, vibrant
& beautiful city with a di-     If you didn’t get in on the current      GET OFF THE COUCH and become
versified and quality parks     contest, it will be offered again begin- one of Baca’s Biggest Losers.
and recreation system that      ning May 19th through August.
produces economic, health,      Cost will be $8/month for members
  & social benefits for the     and $13/month for non-members.
     entire community.          Program will run May - August with

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                         Baca Weekly Ongoing Activities
      Monday             Tuesday               Wednesday            Thursday            Friday
      9:30 am            9:00am                 10:00am              9:00am              9:00am
   Pool Sharkettes     Cardio Combo            Chicken Foot        Cardio Combo      Intro to Tai Chi

      10:30am            10:00am                 10:30am             10:30am            10:00am
      Sittercize        Craft Corner             Sittercize          Sittercize          Tai Chi
                                                                                          Bingo
      10:15 am           10:30am                 12:30pm             12:30pm
  Beg. Line Dancing      Sittercize           Duplicate Bridge    Spanish for Fun       12:30pm
                                                                                        Pinochle
       11:15am
                         12:30pm                1:00pm                1:00pm
  Int. Line Dancing
                          Pinochle            Dominoes “42”’         Bridge Fun         1:00pm
      12:15pm          Texas Canasta                                Canasta Club       Sing Along
      Advanced                                                     Computer Help    Hand/Foot Canasta
    Line Dancing           1:00pm                                   Tap Dancing
                       Computer Help                                Tejano Time
     1:00pm           Ballroom Dancing
   Dominoes “42”
  Duplicate Bridge        7:00pm
     Canasta           Evening Bridge


           Monthly Meetings and Activities                            Williamson Burnet
         Activity                     Dates              Times        County Opportunities
Art Club                     1st & 3rd Friday            1:00pm       (WBCO)
AARP - general meeting       2nd Wednesday               1:00pm       WBCO offers a well-balanced
                                                                      lunch Mon-Fri. at 11:45am.
AARP - board meeting         3rd Wednesday               1:00pm
                                                                      Registration and 24 hour ad-
Bunco                       1st & 3rd Tuesday            6:30pm       vance reservation is recom-
Cuisine Critics              4th Wednesday              11:00am       mended by contacting Cris at
                                                                      255-4970. First timers may
Garden Club                     1st Monday               9:30am       stop by the WBCO office.
Book Discussions               2nd Tuesday               1:00pm       Meals are $6.00 each for
                                                                      those under 60 yrs. and a
Pool Sharks                Tuesdays/Thursdays          9 am-Noon      suggested $2.00 donation for
Pool Sharkettes                  Mondays             9:30-11:30am     those 60 and over.
                                                                      Menu is available online at:
Pub Club                        3rd Friday           5:00-11:00pm
                                                                      http://www.wbco.net/
Baca Babes                    1st Wednesday             10:30am
                                                                      services_meals.html
Site Council                   1st Thursday              9:30am
Tejano Time                     Thursdays                1:00pm       Menu is subject to change
Travel Club—June/Sept         1st Wednesday              1:00pm
                                                                      without notice.

Wii Love to Bowl                4th Friday           8:30-10:00am                 255-4970
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                           Activity Descriptions
AARP: "AARP is dedicated to enhancing qual-         Pub Club: This club will be the hit of Austin as we
ity of life for all as we age. We lead positive     hang out at a different pub each month. Cover and
social change and deliver value to members          meal are on your own. $5/month.
through information, advocacy and service."         Red Hat Baca Babes: Join this ‘dis-organiza-tion’ for
Membership in AARP is open to any person            a fun time! Members are encouraged to wear red or
age 50 or above. You must be a member of the        pink hats and purple outfits.
National Chapter to be a member of the local
chapter.                                            Senior Cardio Combo: Low impact aerobics is floor
                                                    aerobics without any jumping and is perfect for the be-
Art Club: The club includes artists of all me-      ginner or advanced level.
dia such as oil, acrylic, pen and ink as well as
watercolor. New artists welcome!                    Sing-A-Long: Singing popular songs from the 20th
                                                    Century. Show tunes, country & pop music. Song books
Ballroom Dancing: Come learn all the great
                                                    provided, so join us for a good time!
ballroom dancing styles! Must pre-register at
least 1 day in advance. Class needs 3 couples       Sittercize: Participants perform resistance exercises
(6 participants) pre-registered to hold class.      in chairs with hand weights.
Bingo: BINGO! Come play bingo with us. $2.      Spanish for Fun: Come practice Spanish with Pilar
Book Discussions: Participants discuss short Weiss from Spain!
readings in fiction, drama, poetry, and essays. Tap Dancing: For a real toe tappin’ time, spend your
New book reading begins July 14. Contact        afternoon with this lively bunch and tap your way to
helensmith204@gmail.com.                        fun and fitness. Come to dance or come to learn. $2.
Bunco: Knowledge of the game is optional but        Tai Chi: A Chinese martial art and meditative move-
having a good time is mandatory! Please call        ment class designed to increase your sense of balance,
the office to reserve a spot. Bring a finger food   cardiovascular fitness and joint flexibility. Members
to share with the group. Coffee is provided.        $3, non-members $4.
Fee covers the cost of the prizes. $3.
                                                    Tejano Time: This is a self led group that will use
Computer Help: Our computer expert will be          their own music to dance authentic Tejano.
available to answer your questions.
                                                    Travel Club: This group meets every other month to
Computer Basics: A computer class to learn
                                                    discuss/suggest day and extended trips.
computer operation, e-mail, internet, and
more. Each class is six weeks in length.            Wii Love to Bowl: Come try out our Wii bowling
                                                    game and participate in a new Wii Bowling League. No
Craft Corner: Come get crafty with us! This
                                                    experience needed.
class makes all different kinds of crafts.
Cuisine Critics: This group will visit local
restaurants, write a review for the newsletter,
learn new recipes, and have guest speakers.
Line Dancing: Classes offered for all levels.       Allen R. Baca Site Council
Members $3, non-members $4.
                                                    The Site Council’s goal is to create and foster a positive
Pool Sharks: This is for the men and they           voice for the Baca Center while promoting membership
meet each Tuesday and Thursday for some             and encouraging other seniors to become more active in
great times shooting pool.                                              Baca activities.
Pool Sharkettes: This is a GIRLS ONLY                         The Site Council’s next meetings are:
group that will learn how to shoot pool like a                         May 6 at 9:30 am
professional. No experience needed!!                                   June 3 at 9:30 am
                                                         Site Council meetings are open to the public.

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                                Special Events
Games Night—May 29
               The Baca Center will be hosting its first Games Night for Seniors on May 29, 6-9
               pm. We will have ALL kinds of games for the fun at heart. Cards, bingo, bunco,
               Texas Hold’em, Wii bowling, etc. Beer, wine and light snacks will be provided
               courtesy of Advance Pain Care. Advance tickets on sale beginning April 6 - $7,
               after May 17 - $10 (member prices, non-members add $5).        Code #12316


Flag Day Luncheon & Speaker—Jack Woodville London
Let’s celebrate the birthday of our precious American Flag on Monday, June 15,
12-2 pm with a special WBCO luncheon and author Jack Woodville London. Jack
wrote the first book “Virginia’s War: Tierra, Texas 1944” of his World War II his-
torical fiction trilogy, “French Letters”. London traveled extensively and devel-
oped an avid interest in history and has had articles published in several profes-
sional journals.
Jack will bring copies of his book for purchase and signing. Don’t miss this special
event as we pay tribute to our American Flag.




July 4th Parade at Frontier Days—July 4
Check out the Baca Center float as we celebrate July 4th in the Frontier Days Parade down
Main Street. You can ride on the Fun Bus, walk with the float or just come watch the parade. If
you are interested in helping us prepare the float, please give the Baca Center a call. Look for
the Baca Site Council members riding on this year’s float. If you would like to ride the Fun Bus
you can sign up at the front desk. Don’t forget to wear your patriotic outfit. Course #13484


                                New Employees
Please help us welcome Donna Bethke and Robert Ray to the Baca staff. Donna and Robert are
our new evening recreation leaders. Donna was a Program Specialist with the State of Texas for
30 years. She is now living in Round Rock and enjoying family and friends. Robert retired from
the Army and is now pursuing a career as an EMT/firefighter.


                       Monthly Member Birthday Party!
   THANKS to HEB for their generous donation for our birthday cakes.
                          Stop by and enjoy dessert.
                               May 27 & June 24

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                                    Donators
              Thank you for the generous donations:
                              Pedernales Electric
                            AARP—Chapter 4195
Round Rock High School for the Senior Prom & Egg Hunt

                       Organizations/Clubs
                       GARDEN CLUB—Monday, 9:30 am
                           May 4—Spring Plant Exchange
         June 1—Conserving Water: Guidelines for Watering Lawns and Gardens

              BOOK DISCUSSIONS GROUP—Tuesday, 1:00 pm
         May 12—Excerpt from “Discipline and Punishment” by Michael Foucault
            June 9—Short story “Interpreter or Maladres” by Jhumpa Lahiri
             New discussion group begins July 14—“Great Conversations 4”

                           ART CLUB—Friday, 1:00 pm
                   May 1—“Marketing Your Art” by Terri Waggoner
                  May 15—“Painting with Crayons” by Judy Johnson
            June 5—“Oil Painting Portrait Demonstration” by Cliff Harrington
               June 19—Art Club Member Auction—Bring your donations

               CHECK OUT THE LOCAL CHAPTER OF AARP!
  If you are 50 years old or older, working or retired, now is the time to become a member!
   We deliver value to members through information, advocacy, service, fellowship & fun.
                      Upcoming Programs—Wednesday, 1:00 pm
 May 13—Potluck with entertainment by Dr. Lina Bolding “A Musical Tribute to Mothers”
              June 10—“Good Nutrition for Seniors” offered by Scott & White



                           AARP Driver Safety Course—Now only 1 Day
                                    Monday, May 18, 8:30 am—12:30 pm
                  The course is offered every two months and drivers get a 10% discount for
                                     three years on most insurance plans.
                             Pre-registration at the Baca front desk is required.
                           Cost is $12/$14 to be paid to the instructor at the class.
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                           Educational Classes
       Financial Basics                                      Self Discovery
"Is the stock market and the economy on your      What you don’t know about your self but
mind? Would you like some answers to your         should is going to be a 6 week series for a
questions? This is not a product pushing semi-    small group of like minded individuals who
                                                  will explore the alternatives. There will be six
nar. This class is a fun and educational pro-
                                                  interactive classes covering Aromatherapy,
gram going over the financial basics. It's in-    Reflexology, Color Therapy, Indian Head
tended for anyone who would like to increase      Massage, Auricular Therapy and Nutrition.
their financial understanding. Starting with a
                                                                        Mondays
historical perspective and building to today".                   May 4-June 15 #13483
                                                             9:30-10:45 am in the TV Room
         Thursdays in Computer Lab
                                                                   Fee: $15/members
           May 14-June 11 #13453

                                                        Un Baile Tejano
           June 18-July 16 #13454
     9:30 am Free w/current membership
    Please pre-register at Baca front desk.
                                                                 Un dia de semana
                                                                  In the afternoon
        Guitar Lessons                                       A group of senior citizens
                                                               Dance to lively tunes.
Do you have an acoustic guitar that you have                   The music is Mexican
always wanted to learn how to play? This be-                     Tejano if you will
ginning guitar class will include the basics to                Mostly fast and loud
begin your guitar-playing journey. We will                    The ladies can’t sit still.
study notes on the guitar, basic chords and                There’s more ladies than men
technique. Also included will be learning to                And some of us are gringos
read chord charts and tabulature. Instructor                     Trying to keep up
has many years of teaching experience and                  Tho’ we don’t speak the lingo.
would like to share it with others.                           No matter, it’s the beat
           Wednesdays in TV room                            That makes the happy feet
            May 6-June 10, 2009                                Come on all you vatos
 9:00 am-10:30 am Previous Students #13476                     Put on your zapatos!
    10:30 am-12:00 pm Beginners #13477                           By Eugene Faires
             Fee: $10/members                          (written for the Tejano Dance Group)



                         Baca’s World Traveler
              Do you travel with the Baca Center? Sign up to get your travel pass-
             port and be sure to get your passport stamped each trip you take with
              the Baca Center. The person that has taken the most Baca trips and
                gotten their passport stamped by the end of November will win a
                        prize at the December 2nd Travel Club Meeting.

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                          Baca Cuisine Critics
                   La Cocina                                Gino’s Italian Restaurant
                602 McNeil Road                                 1701 South Mays St.
                  512-716-1703                                      512-218-9922
The Baca Center Cuisine Critics recently ven-     The Baca Center Cuisine Critics gave the high-
tured out to La Cocina Restaurant. Evaluation     est marks to Gino’s for their great Italian-
forms indicated that all Baca Critics were de-    American food and ambiance. The group re-
lighted with the atmosphere, service, and food.   ceived a personal visit by Gino’s daughter to
They had their own special green sauce that       discuss their menu options and daily specials.
was fiery and delicious. Some noted that the      The group agreed that the value was great for
menu could be a bit more descriptive and that     the money. Many of the group frequent the
one dish, the Chili Relleno, while delicious,     restaurant for lunch and dinner on a regular
would have benefited from more spices. Never-     basis.
theless, the Baca Cuisine Critics gave highest    The restaurant opened in Round Rock in 1993
or next to highest grades in all categories and   by Gino and his family. Gino prepares the
there was unanimous agreement that they           sauce every morning with the freshest ingredi-
would recommend this restaurant to others. La     ents to ensure his sauce is perfect. Gino’s
Cocina is owned by its chef, Ismael Diaz, who     nephew Emanuele makes the dough and bread
provides a selection of reasonably priced both    fresh daily. The Minardi family welcomes you
Mexican and Italian dishes. The restaurant is     to enjoy their proud heritage Monday-Saturday
open Mondays from 11 am-9 pm; Tuesdays            11 am-3 pm and 5-10 pm. Check out their web
through Saturdays from 8 am to 9 pm; and          specials at: www.ginosroundrock.net.
Sunday from 8 am to 2 pm.



                            Trips, Trips, Trips
If you like to see new things,   are subject to change. Re-          that are unable to use the
museums, plays, movies, res-     turn time is an estimated           restroom or participate on
taurants, parks, concerts then   time of return, it depends          their own will need to bring
you’ll want to travel with the   on traffic, event wrap up,          along a companion and all
Baca Center.                     and any travel delays. Day          fees apply. You will also need
ALL trips in the newsletter      trippers should check in with       to tell the Baca staff of your
will be available for regis-     the bus driver for exact depar-     condition when you register so
tration on the first busi-       ture and arrival times. If a        proper arrangements can be
ness day of the newsletter       member has a medical condi-         made for use of the lift.
month (i.e. May/June             tion and must pre-board on          DON’T FORGET YOUR BACA
newsletter is May 1, July/       the bus, a doctor’s note must       PASSPORT!

Aug. newsletter is July 1,       be on file with the staff. ALL
etc.). Payment is due at time    participants MUST have an
of registration. Members may     emergency medical form on
register one additional person   file prior to each trip. Parking
per trip at time of registra-    for an extended or overnight
tion. Non-member guests          trip is on the lower level of the
please add $5 to the cost of     parking garage.
each trip. Times and events      Participants in wheelchairs
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                  Trips, Trips, and more Trips!
  OYO = On Your Own       Please Check in with the driver before each trip. Payment is required at time of sign up.
TRIP CANCELLATION POLICY
In the event of a cancellation, a CREDIT for the amount of the trip will be added to your account ONLY IF:
1) The Allen R. Baca Center cancels the trip.
2) A substitution has been made from the waiting list to fill your spot.
        A) If no substitution can be made and the request is made 14 calendar days or less from the start date of
        the trip, all fees are forfeited.
        B) If no substitution can be made and the request is made 15 calendar days or more from the start date of
        the trip, a credit for the amount of the trip will be applied to your account or you will be assessed a $25
        processing fee for a refund.
A $25 processing will be applied for cancellations of Baca transportation provided overnight trips.
Trips sponsored by outside travel companies will be subject to policies of the travel company.
ONLINE REGISTRATION
Online registration is a great way to sign up for trips without the hassle of waiting in line!
Visit www.roundrockrecreation.com for online sign up.


            ALL REGISTRATION FOR MAY AND JUNE TRIPS
                WILL BEGIN APRIL 27, 2009 AT 8:00 AM

Sunday, May 3                      TEMPLE AIR SHOW
Depart: 11:00 am                   There will be planes for viewing and a great air show. Bring your
Return: 6:00 pm                    lawn chair, sunscreen and water bottle. Ticket included in price.
Cost: $21 (Meal OYO)               www.centraltexasairshow.com                   Course #13456


Friday, May 8                      HISTORIC HOMES & BAYLOR BEAR HABITAT
Depart: 8:00 am                    Come tour 2 of Waco’s famous historic homes and visit the Baylor
Return: 3:00 pm                    Bear’s habitat. Ticket for home tours included.
Cost $18 (Meal OYO)                www.wacocvb.com                               Course #12892


Monday, May 11                     LAKEWAY SHOPPING & IGUANA GRILL
Depart: 10:00 am                   There are plenty of places to shop and visit while traveling through
Return: 3:00 pm                    Lakeway. We will eat at the Iguana Grill on the way home.
Cost: $6 (Meal OYO)                www.iguanagrillaustin.com
                                   www.lakeway.com                               Course #13457


Wednesday, May 13                  ANTIQUE ROSE EMPORIUM & BLUE BELL CREAMERY
Depart: 8:00 am                    Stroll through beautiful pathways of roses and then tour and taste
Return: 4:00 pm                    some Blue Bell ice cream. Lunch will be at Purcell's. Ticket to
Cost: $14 (Meal OYO)               creamery is included in price.
                                   www.antiqueroseemporium.com
                                   www.bluebell.com                             Course #13458
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             Trips, Trips, and more Trips!
Friday, May 15         PUB CLUB GOES TO WALBURG BIERGARTEN
Depart: 5:00 pm        Dinner, dancing and live music at the Walburg Biergarten. Wear
Return: 11:00 pm       your dancing shoes. There is NO cover charge.
Cost: $5 (Meal OYO)    www.walburgrestaurant.net                   Course #12951

Sunday, May 17         LONESTAR ROLLERGIRLS
Depart: 5:30 pm        Come watch the Rollergirls dual it out on a banked-track. There
Return: 10:00 pm       will be food/refreshments available and live music. This will be a
Cost: $14              trip that everyone will be talking about.
                       www.txrd.com                                  Course #13459

Tuesday, May 19        SAN ANTONIO BOTANICAL GARDENS
Depart: 8:00 am        Come see the beautiful gardens and conservatory, eat lunch at the
Return: 4:00 pm        Carriage House Bistro and visit the gift shop.
Cost: $17 (Meal OYO)   www.sabot.org                                 Course #13460

Thursday, May 21       SAM BASS THEATRE—SORDID LIVES
Depart: 7:30 pm        They will be performing Sordid Lives which is a hilarious tale of
Return: 10:00 pm       loss, love and white trash etiquette in a small Texas town.
Cost: $14              www.sambasstheatre.org                         Course #13461

Wednesday, May 27      PAINTED CHURCH TOUR IN SCHULENBURG
Depart: 8:00 am        Come get a special tour of Schulenburg and some of the gorgeous
Return: 5:00 pm        historic churches. Each participant will need to bring $2 cash to tip
Cost: $17 + $2 cash    the tour guide. We will eat lunch at Frank's Restaurant.
(Meal OYO)             www.schulenburgchurches.org                   Course #13462


Sunday, May 31         OASIS—THE BREW
Depart: 6:00 pm        Learn how to salsa dance and watch the sunset with live entertain-
Return: 10:00 pm       ment from The Brew. No cover charge.
Cost: $5 (Meal OYO)    www.oasis-austin.com                       Course #13474


Tuesday, June 2        HOOVER’S RESTAURANT AND UT TOWER
Depart: 3:00 pm        Hoovers Restaurant is famous for their home cooking. We will eat
Return: 7:00 pm        and then get a tour of the top of UT Tower.
Cost: $10 (Meal OYO)   www.hooverscooking.com                      Course #13466


Thursday, June 4       ESTERS FOLLIES
Depart: 7:00 pm        This is a hysterical comedy with singing, magic, great performer
Return: 10:00 pm       and a great 6th Street atmosphere. The show changes every six
Cost: $25              months so if you went last time it will be a whole new show.
                       www.esthersfollies.com                        Course #13463

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                Trips, Trips, and more Trips!
Tuesday, June 9                WHOLE FOODS MARKET DOWNTOWN AND LUNCH
Depart: 10:00 am               Whole Foods has organic and unique brands of foods. We will eat
Return: 2:00 pm                lunch at the cafe and check out the rooftop.
Cost: $5 (Meal OYO)            www.wholefoodsmarket.com                     Course #13464

Wednesday, June 10             IT’S ABOUT THYME GARDEN CENTER & LUNCH
Depart: 9:00 am                This is one of Texas's top nurseries and garden centers in Austin.
Return: 1:00 pm                You can buy plants, get information on landscaping and get a
Cost: $5 (Meal OYO)            special tour of their facility. Lunch on the way back.
                               www.itsaboutthyme.com                          Course #13465


Thursday, June 11              MICHAEL ANGELO’S
Depart: 10:00 am               Learn the history of Michael Angelo’s and get a tour of the plant.
Return: 1:00 pm                Snacks and slide show provided.
Cost: $4                       www.michaelangelos.com                     Course #13467


Saturday, June 13              VINEYARD OLD WORLD STONE CARVING & ART SHOW
Depart: 10:00 am               The Vineyard in Florence is 30 acres of beauty and grapes. There
Return: 4:00 pm                will be stone carvers creating beautiful works of art. Art Show fea-
Cost: $10 (Meal OYO)           tures Russell Art and many other artists. Vendors with food/ re-
                               freshments will be available.
                               www.thevineyardatflorence.com                 Course #13468

Tuesday, June 16               BENINI GALLERIES AND SCULPTURES
Depart: 10:00 am               You will be amazed at the beautiful sculptures that encompass this
Return: 3:00 pm                130 acre ranch in Johnson City. We will drive through the ranch
Cost: $9 (Meal OYO)            and tour their studio. We will eat lunch prior to returning.
                               www.sculptureranch.com                         Course #13472


Friday, June 19                PUB CLUB GOES TO TAYLOR SPJST
Depart: 5:00 pm                Lets go dancing at the Taylor SPJST Hall. We will have more infor-
Return: 11:00 pm               mation later as to the music.
Cost $5 (Meal OYO)                                                        Course #12904


                         Extended Trip—Alaskan Cruising
                       Sept. 6-13, 2009      Sail the Inside Passage to Alaska
    Enjoy the majestic scenery of the inside passage of Alaska for 7 nights aboard the Star Princess.
        Non-Ocean View—$1588/double occupancy              Ocean View—$1738/double occupancy
                      Price includes round-trip airfare to Seattle, cruise and taxes.
$100 fully refundable deposit (before June 9, 2009) due at time of booking.
To reserve your spot, please contact Sally Fisher in Round Rock at 255-6690
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             Trips, Trips, and more Trips!
Sunday, June 21          NUTTY BROWN CAFÉ BRUNCH
Depart: 10:30 am         Fabulous Sunday brunch buffet. There will be live entertainment
Return: 2:00 pm          and a great brunch.
Cost: $5 (Meal OYO)      www.nuttybrown.com                          Course #13470


Monday, June 22          STEINER RANCH STEAKHOUSE
Depart: 4:30 pm          They have great steaks cooked just the way you like them and
Return: 7:30 pm          down home hospitality while overlooking the beautiful Lake Travis
Cost: $5 (Meal OYO)      and Texas Hill Country.
                         www.steinersteakhouse.com                   Course #13469


Saturday, June 27        SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN AT PLAZA THEATRE
Depart: 12:00 pm         You are sure to enjoy this old time musical put on by the Plaza
Return: 10:00 pm         Theatre in Cleburne. We will stop and eat dinner after the show.
Cost: $27 (Meal OYO)     www.plaza-theatre.com                         Course #13471




                  Baca Boutique
                       Monday-Thursday 9 am - 6 pm
                              Friday 8 am - 3 pm

                 Handcrafted items, sterling silver jewelry,
                  fashion jewelry, cards, paintings, mugs,
                  Jim Shore, Boyds Bears, games, music,
                         clocks, and holiday gifts.

            Allen R Baca Center • 301 W Bagdad, Bldg. 2 • 218-5499




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                                         Baca Center
   Allen R. Baca Center
  301 W. Bagdad, Bldg
                        2                            Holidays:
  Round Rock, TX 7866
                        4
                                       May 25—Me
       512.218.5499
    512.218.3231 fax
                                                   morial Day
                                         July 3 & Ju
                                                     ly 4 in
     Hours of Operation               celebration
Monday-Thursday 8:00am-6:30pm
    Friday 8:00am-4:00pm
                                                  of July 4th
   Saturday 8:00am-12:00pm


WBCO Lunch Reservation Phone:
       512.255.4970



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