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The word has spread about the Harker Heights Parks and Recreation’s adaptive sports — now known as Ability Sports — program, and once again the program filled all its available slots before the session had ever begun.

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Three times a week, a group of senior women get together at the Harker Heights Activities Center to take part in two of the exercise classes offered by the Harker Heights Parks and Recreation department.

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Lucas Williams, 7, builds a Lego person July 2, 2019, during the Great Indoor Escapade at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library in Harker Heights, Texas. The indoor day included activities such as Legos and a variety of board games. 

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Mia Matute, left, 9, and Anthony Acevedo, right, 7, play a board game July 2  during the Great Indoor Escapade at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library in Harker Heights. The indoor escapade included seven stations and board games.

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Adam "Atom" Trujillo has filled a balloon with liquid nitrogen and watches with mock trepidation as it rapidly emits a steady stream of water vapor, during a balloon show at the Harker Heights library on Wednesday, July 10.

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"Atom" Trujillo demonstrates that air does have weight, as evidenced by the balloons hanging behind him and the objects placed in the machine before him, during a demonstration at the Harker Heights library Wednesday morning, July 10.

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The title of the show was “Full of Hot Air,” but the show itself, and balloonologist “Atom” Trujillo, was anything but as 271 children and adults turned out for the first of two shows on Wednesday morning at the Harker Heights Public Library.

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The Harker Heights Public Library has long held programs that focus on enriching the mind, whether it be for child or adult. But the library is also working to bring programs to the community that enrich the body, as well.

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The Armed Services YMCA has a host of summer day camps and classes for children designed to keep them active, both physically and mentally. For the month of June, there are also three new items for parents (and kids) to take a look at, and that are sure to be loads of fun.

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This year’s brightest lights among the hundreds of high school seniors set to graduate next week lit up the ballroom stage May 23 as the Killeen ISD Education Foundation honored its 51 highest-ranking seniors.

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Homeschool Club is a Wednesday morning staple at the Harker Heights Public Library. Held every Wednesday at 11 a.m., the club not only gives lessons on different topics, but also gives children a chance to socialize with friends.