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Communities In Schools of Greater Central Texas will conduct its 15th annual Shoes-4-Kids shoe drive November 15 through December 15. CIS is seeking to collect donations of new or gently-worn shoes in sizes toddler 12 to adult 14 for children registered in the CIS program. Tennis shoes/sneak…

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When it’s the holiday season, organizations such as the police and fire departments, Lions Club, the City of Harker Heights and countless others focus on the spreading of joy to families in their community who need food, clothing and toys.

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Ladies of Charity will present its annual Holiday Bazaar from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 5 at St. Paul Catholic Church Event Center in Harker Heights.

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Harker Heights residents are cordially invited by the staff of the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library to a special dedication ceremony at 9 a.m., Friday, Oct. 28, of the Bob and Sue Dunlap Serenity Garden and the Stewart and Mari Meyer Storywalk on the library property at 400 Ind…

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Nearly 300 individuals — adults and children combined — began last Saturday with a run/walk. The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Mug Run, a 5K with a beer and bratwurst theme. Following that, children participated in a fun run around the parking lot of Harker Heights Com…

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Several new programs at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Library have nothing to do with books. Library Director Lisa Youngblood is also one of the instructors in several new “Learning to Sew” classes held this month.

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About a dozen people showed up at the Harker Heights Activities Center on Oct. 7 to hear Sara Dykman tell her story about a 10,201-mile bike ride in 2017 that followed the migration of monarch butterflies from Michoacan, Mexico, during the winter, where they reproduce during February and March.

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The Mayborn Science Theater recently announced its October show schedule which features several Halloween-themed laser light shows. The lineup also includes Saturday shows, weekday matinees, Laser Friday and a “Twilight”-themed special event.

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The Harker Heights Police Department Community Services Division reported to the Herald on Wednesday that residents from 10 locations signed up to host National Night Out block parties on Tuesday, from 5 to 8 p.m.