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Archive for December, 2008

Bandera ISD Holiday Choir ConcertChristmas in Bandera County is a truly special time in a special place. Running around the county on an almost-daily basis to take photos of all the wonderful holiday events and fundraisers is an exhausting pleasure. There are so many stories, and so much good being done at this time of year in the county, and it’s my honor to be a part of it all through photos.

With that, fresh photos have now been posted to the Bulletin’s DotPhoto.com account.

BMS One Act Play Theatre presents Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Dec. 5, 2008

Cowboy Christmas at the Courthouse – Dec. 5, 2008

Cowboy Christmas – Bandera Holiday Parade – Dec. 6, 2008

Cowboy Christmas – Saturday – Kid Fish, American Legion Craft Sale, Country Accents Christmas – Dec. 6, 2008

Bandera ISD Holiday Choir Concert – Dec. 8, 2008

Coming soon, photo galleries from the Bandera County Chamber of Commerce mixer at Medina River Ranch Resort, the Bandera Business Association Annual Christmas Party, the House of Clay Church, and Medina Bobcats vs. Utopia Buffaloes basketball photos – JV boys, varsity girls, and varsity boys!

As always, thank you for supporting The Outlaw!

(Please note: I do not handle any of the fulfillment for print orders placed through the Bulletin’s DotPhoto.com galleries, so I do not claim any responsibility for the quality of prints or service they provide. We use a completely different lab for printing here at Outlaw, and I cannot vouch for DotPhoto.com’s quality. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.)

The Bulletin has taken me off of sports coverage duties to concentrate on Christmas events in December, but I will make every effort to get out and shoot some basketball action for Bandera.net.

Right now I’m blogging from outside of the Bandera County Courthouse, waiting to photograph the Cowboy Christmas parade! Should be a fun show!

Community journalism is a great job to start with, and being able to practice my trade here in Bandera County only makes it that much more perfect.

If you would like to request photographic coverage of any specific event in Bandera County or reporting of a good story, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I want to tell the stories of our community through photos and the written word, and the best of those are always promoted by reader suggestions.

And if you have any thoughts or suggestions for the future of Bandera.net, please let me know! This site is built to benefit you, my wonderful readers, and anything I can do to better the experience for you is my pleasure to oblige. What do you want to see online that would benefit Bandera County?

Drop me an e-mail or use the comments feature of this blog to let me know!

6 Dec 2008

A Cowboy Christmas In Bandera, Texas!

Author: James Taylor | Filed under: Community Journalism