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I Page 8A Wednesday, September 21, 2016 Burnet Bulletin Burnet, Texas Weekend Festivities Left: Burnet High School Physics teacher Chris Murrell and Burnet Mayor Gary Wideman completed the Bulldog Color Run on Saturday morning, a three- kilometer run supporting Project Graduation. Below: Margaret Wilkinson of Lone Grove shows Burnet eight- year-old Lucy Martin her painting of the historic buildings on the west side of the square. Wilkinson participated in the Plein Aire painting event during the Burnet Art Festival on Friday, Sept. 16. I PHOTOS BY ALEXANDRIA RANDOLPH/BURNET BULLETIN Right: Burnet buslneas owner Max Cardenas completed the Bulldog Color Run in the top five in flying colors. Area musicians such as Andrew Ham of Burnet seranaded visitors who came to the Courthouse Square for wine tastings, artists, and craft vendors at the Burnet Art Featival over the weekend. I ...... } Above: Members of the Marble Falls Night Mares Roller Derby group came jockeyed for prime position In the Burnet Homecoming Parade. g.0J 'the Hill Country since 1996 THANK YOU i for trusting us as your natural health resource,( Right: Burnet High School football players wave to an adoring crowd at the 2016 Bulldog Homecoming Parade on Thursday evening, Sept. 15. Below: The Burnet High School Highlandettes and marching band put on a show on the Burnet Courthouse Square during the 2016 Homecoming Parade Thursday afternoon, Sept. 15. Bumet Your source for Bulldog news! t Shot= Available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday e II ! --- Get --- Fast Relief with our quick prescription service and our in town FREE delivery Heatth Mart. ILL NTRY HERE FOREVER Hill Country Conservancy is a community nonprofit dedicated to helping private landowners and other stakeholders preserve the water, wildlife, and unique character of the Texas Hill Country. (512) 328-2481 EXT. 203 I