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Remember Those Who Serve

Please remember these Santa Anna folks that are serving our country in combat, training, or support: Brandon Beloat, James Culpepper, Eddie Dawson, Kristle Deleon, Glen Donham, Reuben Frausto, Misti Graves, Bobby Hale, Patrick Kerr, Heather LaChance, Truman Matthews, Jeff Rivera, Josh Rivera, Michael Ruth, Marty Siller, Allen Tucker, Lance Vasquez, Austin Voss, Scott Watson, and Shane Watson.

Special thanks to Montie Guthrie for helping me out with this list.

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Cheerleaders Selling Flip Flops

The Santa Anna Mountaineer Varsity Cheerleaders are selling Mountaineer Flip Flops & Slides! Orders will be taken until Friday, May 13th. Flip Flops/Slides are $20, a $10 deposit must be paid with your order & will be delivered around the end of June. For questions or to order you may contact any of the SAHS Varsity Cheerleaders or Katrina Guerrero at 325-348-3136.

Lady Mountaineer Softball

The Lady Mountaineers fell short this past Saturday in a three-way tie breaker game. The Lady Mountaineers were defeated by TLCA in 6 innings. Winters went on to advance to the play-offs after beating TLCA in the second game. The girls did extremely well for the first year of play finishing tied for 3rd in the district. The Mountaineers were lead on the mound by Freshman Genia Jones. Genia had 115K's for the year. Kindsey Reyes (catcher) finished with a batting average of .538 and 25 stolen bases.

The girls will return 8 out out of the 9 starters next year. A huge congratulations to the team: (P/OF) Genia Jones, (C/P) Kindsey Reyes, (1st) Loren Pritchard, (2nd) Courtlyn Lishka, (3rd) Aspyn King, (SS) Caitlyn Murray, (OF) Christina Diaz, (OF/C) Kourtney Guerrero, (OF) Shelbi Newton, and (OF) Amber Musick.

The Lady Mountaineers were coached by Jim Eubank and David Garcia.

Making Sense of the Creation-Evolution Debate

In the Beginning: Making Sense of the Creation-Evolution Debate, a science-based, Biblically sound, and professionally informative series.

Dr. Timothy G. Standish a respected research scientist in the field of Genetics, and Dr. Ron E. M. Clouzet, a practical theologian and seminary professor, will present a creation- evolution series at the Seventh-day Adventist Church, 142 County Road (CR) 106, Santa Anna, TX 76878 beginning Wednesday, May 4. The five evening sessions beginning at 6:30 pm will cover topics that many find troubling as they read news articles and hear brief reports of recent research that often raises questions regarding creation and evolution.

The series will be uplinked live from Nashville, Tennessee, where it will be distributed via satellite across the United States and Canada.

The community is invited to attend the sessions without charge, 6:30-8:00 pm, May 4-8.

Registration will not be required.

For more information, visit

Mountaineer Advances to State Competition

Santa Anna High School senior Shawn Robertson placed second place at the Regional Academic UIL meet last Saturday at Abilene Christian University. He advances to the State competition held at University of Texas in Austin on May 5th – 7th. This marks a special event in Santa Anna ISD history. Shawn is the first student to compete at the State level in a speaking event, other than debate. The community is very proud of this young man. Shawn is the son of Shannon and Martin Robertson. He is coached in Poetry Interpretation by Ginger Vinson.

Lady Mountaineer Softball

The Lady Mountaineers are one step closer to making the play-offs in their first year of play. With a win over Eden on Friday and a Miles victory over Winters, the Mountaineers will be in a 3-way tie for 3rd place. This will force games on Saturday and Monday. Friday's game against Eden will be a home game so come out and support the Mountaineers at 5pm, and lets hope for a Miles victory.

Santa Anna defeated TLCA this past Tuesday 4-3. Loren Pritchard and Genia Jones were 2 for 4 in batting, while Caitlyn Murray was 2 for 3. Genia Jones had a season high 11 K's. The team combined for 10 stolen bases. Friday's game is in Santa Anna at 5pm against Eden.

Hannah Hartman
Regional Qualifer
X 3

Hannah Hartman competed at the District 11-A& 12-A Area Track and Field competition on April 12th at Trent High School. She competed in Pole vaulting, 100 M Hurdles and 300 M Hurdles. She vaulted 8’ and placed 2nd overall. Hannah ran a 17.59 in the 100 M hurdles placing 2nd and a 53.02 in the 300 M hurdles finishing 3rd. She advanced to regional competition in all three events! The Regional Track Meet will be held in Abilene May 3-4. Hannah is a sophomore at Santa Anna High School.

Six Mountaineers Added to National Honor Society

Six Santa Anna High School students were inducted into the Arleigh Harris Chapter of the National Honor Society Friday, April 15, in the SAHS Auditorium in a ceremony attended by students, faculty, parents, and grandparents. The ceremony was marked by the Principal’s Charge from Chapter Sponsor, Principal David Robinett.

National Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. NHS serves to honor students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character-- traits that have been associated with the organization since it began in 1921. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but also challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and providing community service. The Santa Anna chapter was established in 1976 and named for long-time teacher and Elementary Principal Arleigh Harris.

Inductees this year are seniors Ashley Gibson, Natalie Neville, and Danny Trowbridge, and juniors Kaitlyn Krause, Amber Musick, and Kelsie Tobin. Current Members are Sarah Herrod, Loren Pritchard, Shawn Robertson, and Dillan Whitley.

Ashley Gibson is the daughter of James and Patricia Gibson of Santa Anna. Ashley has participated in cheerleading, basketball, tennis, FFA, and UIL academics, served as Junior class president and varsity cheer captain, and is currently student council secretary. Ashley has volunteered helping with student council food drives and other service programs.

Natalie Neville is the daughter of Chris and Delana Neville. Since Natalie came to SAHS as a junior from Atlanta, Georgia, she has participated in UIL academic competitions, student Council, and the Mountaineer Band. She attended Pulse Dance Academy in Atlanta for five years and volunteered her time at the Parsons Elementary Library for four years while in Atlanta. Natalie is currently employed at Best Fried Chicken in Coleman.

Danny Trowbridge is the son of Danny Trowbridge and Christy Denton. For four years, Danny has participated in Texas High School Rodeo, in which he will compete this summer in the State Finals Rodeo. He has participated in numerous FFA rodeos and is a member of the SAHS FFA horse judging team, which will compete in the state judging competition this weekend. He has served as SAHS Student Council Senior Representative, and volunteers helping High Mesa Cowboy Church organizing team ropings.

Kaitlyn Krause is the daughter of Gary Krause and Kim and Cecil Rutherford. Kaitlyn participated in basketball, tennis, UIL academics, FFA, stock showing, and the SANS horse judging team, which will compete at the state contest this weekend. She served as student council representative. As a student council member she helped with the food drives and caroled the residents of Holiday Hill.

Amber Musick is the daughter of Rodney and Sandy Musick. She participates in volleyball, basketball, softball, Mountaineer band and UIL academics and One-Act play. She served in student council and as freshman class secretary. Amber worked at Dairy Queen during her sophomore and junior years. She is an active member of the Heartland Mall Teen Board and volunteers annually at helping put on the World Championship Bison Cookoff. K

Kelsie Tobin is the daughter of Korey Kunce and Carie and Matthew Bobo. Kelsie participates in basketball, track, UIL One-Act Play, stock showing, and FFA horse judging team, which will attend the state meet this weekend. She has served twice as Student Council representative and twice as Mountaineer Band uniform captain. She served in Fellowship of Christian Athletes two years while in Brookesmith. She also served with the student council food drives and is currently employed at Chicken Express in Early.

(l to r) Loren Pritchard, Kelsie Tobin, Kaitlyn Krause, Natalie Neville, Danny Trowbridge, Sarah Herrod, Dillan Whitley, Ashley Gibson, Shawn Robertson, and Amber Musick.

Santa Anna High School Students Qualify for State FFA Horse Judging Competition

The Santa Anna High School FFA Horse judging team of Kelsie Tobin, Caleb Absher, Kaitlyn Krause, and Danny Trowbridge have been busy this spring readying for competition. After participating in the Weatherford College Invitational where the team placed 2nd and team member Danny Trowbridge placed 2nd as an individual, Santa Anna went on to participate in the Tarleton Area CDEs for Horse judging. Kaitlyn Krause placed 2nd and Danny Trowbridge placed 7th as individuals. The team placed 7th out of 48 teams that participated. This qualified the team for state competition. They will be traveling to Lubbock this Friday to compete.

Top to bottom (Kaitlyn Krause, Kelsie Tobin, Danny Trowbridge, and Caleb Absher)

2011-2012 Santa Anna Mountaineer Varsity Cheerleaders

Kourtney Guerrero, Kindsey Holland, Hannah Hartman, Heather Wetsel, Bambi Yebra, and Aspyn King

2011-2012 Santa Anna Junior High Cheerleaders

Tryouts were held March 23rd for Santa Anna Jr. High Cheerleaders. Taylor Guerrero, Angel Robles, Alexis Washington, Delaynee Absher, Kynedi Bradley, and Jaylie Jones were chosen to serve for the upcoming 2011-2012 school year. They are coached by Kristi Herrod. The cheerleaders are currently getting ready to attend cheer camp at Angelo State University on May 14th. They will be holding a fundraiser during Funtier Days in Santa Anna to be held on May 21st to help with various expenses associated with cheerleading.

left to right: Taylor Guerrero, Angel Robles, Alexis Washington, Delaynee Absher, Kynedi Bradley, and Jaylie Jones

Coleman County Youth Activity Center News

Submitted by Sarah Beal

Coleman 4-H Club
Tommy & Sue Sloan
Jay Moseley
Friends of Coleman County Foundation grant for chairs
Coleman County Aggie Club for chairs
Coleman County Wildlife Committee
Executive Outfitters

In honor of Coleman Elementary 3rd grade students by Sarah Beal
In honor of Billie Puckett by Lynn & Trisha Owens
In honor of Don Johnson by Sam & Lynn McLellan, Kay & Tom McHorse, Gail M. Hester
In honor & appreciation of Berva Dawn Taylor by Dick & Virginia Jamison

In memory of James Berry (father of Alice Hemphill) by Bernice Cobb Lee, Samuel R. Lee
In memory of Laudys Pittard by Jerry and Jonell Van Cleave, Bill & Elaine Moore, Larry & Donna Seymore, Patty Eubank, Don & Marian Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Thad Sansing
In memory of Clarence & Annie B. Mitchell (grandparents of Tammy Swening) by Mr. & Mrs. R. E. Hambright
In memory of Joe Hambright (grandfather of Tammy Swening) by Mr. & Mrs. R. E. Hambright
In memory of June Bowen by Mr.& Mrs. Thad Sansing, Berva Dawn Taylor, Don & Marian Johnson
In memory of Lena Clevenger by Berva Dawn Taylor
In memory of Lucien Love by Bill & Ginger Sneed, Coleman County Chamber of Commerce, Agriculture and Tourist Bureau
In memory of Glenna Smith by Bill & Ginger Sneed
In memory of Bud Watson by Raye King, Mitzi Mays
In memory of Theresa Edington by Stan & Alana Brudney & Family, Janet Barker, Dona Triplitt, Steve & Sarah Beal, Candace Beal, Daniel & Mindy Beal, Jay & DeAun Dalton, Lana Dalton, Henry & Margie Dodson, Larry & Donna Seymore, Donna & Mike Harris, James & Wanda Dieterich, Bonnie Barr, Mr. & Mrs. Lyndon Key, Bill & Elaine Moore, Don & Marian Johnson, James & Dixie Bible, Dan & Berva Dawn Taylor, Coleman County Chamber of Commerce, Agriculture and Tourist Bureau, Shirley Hunter, Dick Koenig
In memory of Jane Hickman by Henry & Margie Dodson
In memory of Sam Hunter by Henry & Margie Dodson, Ben & Debbie Scott, Don & Marian Johnson
In memory of Sam & Mildred Hunter by Rodney & Debbie Ivy
In memory of Charles West by Henry & Margie Dodson, Dan & Berva Dawn Taylor
In memory of Taylor Stephenson by Don & Marian Johnson
In memory of Dumas Beeler by Coleman County Employees
In memory of Raymond Jones by Coleman County Employees
In memory of Barbara Faulkner by Dan & Berva Dawn Taylor
In memory of Buddy Caddell by Styan & Alana Brudney
In memory of Vernon Hawkins by Stan & Alana Brudney
In memory of Helen Jameson by Jay & Tammy Davis, Trisha & Lynn Owens
In memory of Carolyn Maddox by Trisha & Lynn Owens, Coleman County Chamber of Commerce, Agriculture and Tourist Bureau
In memory of Jerry Edington by Steve & Sarah Beal
In memory of Melissa Mills by Mr. & Mrs. Thad Sansing
In memory of Wayne May by Rodney & Debbie Ivy
In memory of Idajo Pyburn by Coleman County Employees
In memory of Vernon Gaylor by Thad & Shirley Sansing
In memory of Dan Taylor by Steve & Sarah Beal, Dick & Virginia Jamison, Gouldbusk Homemakers Club
In memory of Lucy Belle Manion (grandmother of Rodney Ivy) by Mr.& Mrs. Donald Williams
In memory of Bettye Casselberry by Larry & Donna Seymore, Thad & Shirley Sansing, Lynn & Trisha Owens, Mr. & Mrs. Donald Williams
In memory of Audie Crockett by Lynn & Trisha Owens
In memory of Edna Tisdale by Lynn & Trisha Owens
In memory of Jack Dawson by Lynn & Trisha Owens
In memory of Marvin House by Brent Renea & Whitney McMillan, Josh & Brittni Kaczyk
In memory of Robert Candler by Steve & Sarah Beal, Berva Dawn Taylor, Lynn & Trisha Owens
In memory of Billie Ruth McCorkle by Steve & Sarah Beal, Dick & Virginia Jamison, Berva Dawn Taylor
In memory of Neil Hudson by Lynn & Trisha Owens, Steve & Sarah Beal
In memory of Jeri Johnson by Lynn & Trisha Owens

The Coleman County Youth Activity Center board would like to thank all of our contributors. We are a non-profit organization and are dependent upon rental fees and donations. We strive to provide a place for youth activities such as 4-H meetings, county livestock show, shooting sports, district FFA banquets ,and horse judging events, to name a few. We also, provide facilities for meetings and events for the community and surrounding area. The facilities are available for rent and may be booked through the Coleman County Chamber of Commerce. Our voluntary board consists of the following group: Sarah Beal, Henry Dodson, Steve Evans, Dusty Greaves, Joe Pat Hemphill, Gwen Huggins, Rodney Ivy, Larry Robinson, Donna Seymore, Mark Swening, and Sherman Smith.

Donations and memorials to the CCYAC may be sent to Coleman County Youth Activity Center, PO Box 766, Coleman, TX 76834 or taken to either Coleman County State Bank or Coleman Inter Bank. All donations are tax deductible as the CCYAC is a 501c3 organization.

District Champion Lady Mountaineer Tennis Team!

(Pictured L to R) Carlee Coats, Makaylah Morris, Kendra Sanchez, Sarah Herrod, Coach Robinett, Paige Guerrero, Kindsey Holland, Ashley Gibson


I poured out about half an inch from my two rain gauges... or would that be an inch?!

Holy Week Services

The First Presbyterian Church of Santa Anna, Texas will once again be hosting Holy Week services for the community. It has been our longstanding tradition to commemorate Maundy Thursday as well as Good Friday. These services help to open our eyes to new understandings of the person of Jesus Christ, fully human, fully divine.

Join us for Maundy Thursday services in Thursday night, April 21, 2011, at 6:00 pm. We will be serving communion and all are welcome to participate at our open table.

On Friday April 22, 2011, at 6:00pm we will have our Good Friday service with special music.

On Easter Sunday, April 24, 2011, at 7:00am, Sunrise services will be held at Gary James Park behind the Civic Center. Breakfast will follow at the Santa Anna Armory (Civic Center)

Come as you are and worship with people you will be spending eternity with.

Santa Anna Cemetery Workday

The Santa Anna Cemetery Association is having a Community Workday:
Saturday April 16th
Santa Anna Cemetery
8:00 A.M. till ?

We ask you bring any of the following yard tools if you have them, if not come anyway. Shovels, Rakes, Weed Eaters, Loppers, Machetes, Chain Saws, Hand Saws and any other lawn equipment you might have EXCEPT Mowers. There is no electricity available at the cemetery, so tools must be gas or battery powered.

There is also no running water or restroom available so please plan accordingly.

Should you have any questions, please call:
James Pelton 325-348-3458

Lady Mountaineers Named to All-Stars

Lady Mountaineers Sarah Herrod and Loren Pritchard of Santa Anna High School were selected to the All Star team by the Texas Six Man Coaches Association. The game will be played at Lubbock Christian University on July 23rd.

Santa Anna District Tennis results

The Santa Anna Mountaineer Tennis team traveled to Abilene on the 6th and 7th for the District 11A Tennis Tournament. Both teams did well, with the boys finishing in third place, and the girls team taking the District Championship.

The girls team was lead by the doubles duo of Sarah Herrod and Paige Guerrero. The two took first place honors, but not before a very tough match in the finals against Paint Rock’s Collins and Grelle. The two dropped the first set 7-6 in a tie-breaker before storming back to take the second set 6-0, and the third set 6-3. The first place finish qualifies the doubles team for the Regional Tennis Tournament to be held on the 20th and 21st in Abilene.

The team of Ashley Gibson and Carlee Coats placed third in the district meet. The doubles team lost to Paint Rock in the semi-finals, but defeated the doubles team of Gilley and Villereal from Baird to take the third spot.

The mixed doubles team of Makaylah Morris and Dillan Whitley also took three sets to defeat Bronte’s Richey and Perez (6-4, 2-6, 6-3). This was only the second tournament for the mixed team, and the top finish qualifies them for the Regional Tournament also.

Kindsey Holland will also move on to the Regional Tournament due to a second place finish in the girls singles bracket. Kinsey lost to Baird’s Rebeca Brock (6-1, 6-4) in the finals, but had already won a match against third place finisher Stephanie Bledsoe of Panther Creek to stay out of a challenge situation for second.

Kendra Sanchez of Santa Anna took home the fourth place spot in the girls singles bracket.

The boys doubles team of Spencer Gilbreath and Kenneth McMillan lost in three sets to the eventual second place finishers from Paint Rock in the semi-finals, but later defeated the team of Williamson and Zepeda from Hermleigh for the third place spot. The doubles team will be alternates to the Regional Tournament.

The JV boys doubles division was dominated by Santa Anna players with Justin McElrath and Dakota Enriquez taking the first place spot over teammates Zachary Diaz and Michael Valencia. On the girls JV side, Bambi Yebra took the second place medal in singles.

Lady Mountaineers Named to All-Region Team

Lady Mountaineers Kaitlyn Krause and Sarah Herrod named to the All Region 1st team Honors in Basketball

Santa Anna High School One Act Play

The Santa Anna High School One Act Play recently competed in the District competition hosted by Bronte High School. They returned home with five awards. Shawn Robertson-Best Actor, Charity Holland-All Star Cast, Amber Musick and Kianna Albritton- Honorable Mention All-Star Cast and Spencer Gilbreath-Best Technical Crew.

The play, “Royal Gambit” by Hermann Gressieker and produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. features Henry VIII and his six wives. Henry Tudor is played by Shawn Robertson, Katarina of Aragon (Charity Holland), Anne Boleyn (Amber Musick), Jane Seymour (Kianna Albritton), Anne of Cleves (Lauren Denis), Kathryn Howard (Loren Pritchard), and Kate Parr (Kelsie Tobin).

Members of the crew that make this production possible are: Zach Diaz, Spencer Gilbreath, Aspyn King, Makaylah Morris, and Mariah Murray. They are directed by Ginger Vinson.

The cast and crew of “Royal Gambit” would like to invite you to their final performance of the year. It will be held Thursday evening at 7:30 pm at Santa Anna High School. They will be holding a dessert raffle as well to benefit the Drama Club. Come out for an evening of entertainment, British History, and dessert!

Santa Anna Students advance to Regional in UIL Academics

Eighteen students from Santa Anna High School traveled to Trent to compete in the District 11 UIL Academic meet, eight placed in their events, and three will be traveling to Abilene to compete in Regional competition later this month.

These students placed in the events they competed in:

Poetry-coached by Mrs. Vinson
Shawn Robertson 1st (advancing to regional competition)
Hunter Musick 6th

Prose-coached by Mrs. Vinson
Aspyn King 4th
Mariah Murray 6th

Computer Applications-coached by Mrs. Morris
Amber Musick 4th

Accounting-coached by Mrs. Morris
Paige Guerrero 2nd (advancing to regional competition)

Science-coached by Mrs. Heath
Spencer Gilbreath 3rd (advancing to regional competition)

Journalism-coached by Mrs. Rosenbusch
Kelsie Tobin 5th in Feature The Calculator Applications team comprised of Spencer Gilbreath, Shawn Robertson, Danny Trowbridge, and Dillan Whitley placed 2nd as a team. They are coached by Coach Kerr.

Herrod Named to All-Big Country Team

Sarah Herrod has been named to the All-Big Country first team for Class 1A Division II.

The Santa Anna Lady Mountaineers are selling Softball T-Shirts.

T-Shirts are white.
Cost is $14
All orders must be paid in advance. No extra t-shirts will be ordered!

Available Sizes: Youth X-Small (2-4), Youth Small (6-8), Youth Medium (10-12), Youth Large (14-16), Adult Small, Adult Medium, Adult Large, Adult X-Large, Adult 2X +$2.00, Adult 3X +$3.00, Adult 4X +$4.00

T-Shirt order forms and payment must be turned in by Friday, April 1st at 1pm

If you have any questions, you may contact Katrina Guerrero at 348-3136.

Santa Anna ISD

Hilderbran Seeking Applicants for Scholarship Program

AUSTIN – Rep. Harvey Hilderbran (R-Kerrville) will once again award scholarships totaling $2,000 to District 53 students graduating from an accredited high school in May 2011.

Students can apply by obtaining an application form from their high school senior counselor, who will forward all entries to Hilderbran’s office for judging. Students must live and attend school within District 53 in order to qualify.

In addition to the application form, students should submit a one-page response to an essay question regarding voter identification.

High school counselors will submit all applications by April 29, and Hilderbran will announce the scholarship winners by May 13.

For more information, please contact Hilderbran’s office at 512-463-0536 or

Santa Anna Foundation Receives Approval For Texas Historic Cemetery Marker

An application for a Texas Historic Cemetery marker has been approved by the Texas Historic Commission on behalf of the Santa Anna Cemetery by the Santa Anna Foundation in cooperation with the Santa Anna Cemetery Association. The Santa Anna Foundation is an organization formed to promote historic and economic development in Santa Anna, as well as scholastic achievment by awarding scholarships to graduating SAHS Seniors in partnership with the Santa Anna Ex Students Association. The application was reviewed and approved at the November meeting of the Coleman County Historic Commission and forwarded on to the state for review and approval.

The Santa Anna Cemetery received Texas Historic Cemetery designation last year after the application process was completed by Santa Anna Foundation President James Pelton who is also now President of the Santa Anna Cemetery Association. The designation is prerequisite of the marker application.

The marker cost is $1600.00 and is not funded by the state so the Foundation is soliciting and accepting donations from anyone that is interested in participating in the project. By Texas Historic Commission policy donors can not be listed on the marker but will be recognized during the marker dedication ceremony.

Those that wish to donate to the Santa Anna Foundation or to the Santa Anna Cemetery Historical Marker project can send their donation to PO Box 3 Santa Anna TX 76878. Donations can also be sent to the Santa Anna Cemetery Association at PO Box 97 Santa Anna TX 76878. Either way, please note Historical Marker if that is what you want your donation to go for.

Officers of the Santa Anna Foundation are Rod Musick - Executive Director, James Pelton - President , Montie Guthrie III - Secretary, John Hensley - Treasurer, Betsy Jones, and Tom Guthrie.

Santa Anna Cemetery Association Board members are James Pelton - President, Pat Vance - First Vice President, Oma Dean Horner - Second Vice President, Coyita Bowker as Secretary Treasurer, John Pearce, Wanda Campbell, and David Karthauser.

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