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Celebrating Dads & Grads!HighlightSPublicationsPublisher20079 Stone Oak Parkway Suite 1105-195San Antonio, TX 78258 Office: 210-548-6448 Fax: 210-595-1654Advertisingsales@highlightspub.com 210-548-6448Article Submissionsinfo@highlightspub.comDirect mailed to 78023 78253, 78255, 78258 and select routes in 78254 & 78260. Rack distribution at local area businesses, medical community & libraries.Copyright © 2018 by Barbera Productions LLC. All rights reserved. No part of this issue may be reproduced in whole or in part in any form without permission of the publish- er or copyright holder. Neither participating advertisers nor the publishers will be respon- sible or liable for misinformation, misprints or typographical errors. The publishers reserve the right to edit any submitted material. Barbera Productions is not responsible for unsolicited manuscripts, artwork, or other material.JDear Community,une is here and it’s time to celebrate our dads in recognition of Father’s Day and our grads moving on tocollege and careers! In this month’s issue, we are sharing submissions sent to us about your dads; how much you love them and what they mean to you and your family.Fathers undoubtedly leave an imprint on our lives. Some of us are lucky to have close relationships with our dads, while others may have looked to another father figure to help fill the role of dad in their lives.My grandfather encouraged me when times were tough to keep going forward and congratulated me in my victories. He was one I could go to for advice. I enjoyed spending time with him, and I knew he was interested in what was going on in my life. He was kind and gentle, yet firm. He encouraged me to work hard and pursue my dreams. Even though my grandfather has passed away, the love he gave me and the memories we made have stayed in my heart and helped form me into the person I am today.My husband, Ronnie, remembers his father’s love of music and singing. Ronnie was greatly influenced by his dad’s passion for music and learned to play guitar because of him. He bought Ronnie his first amp and guitar at 16 years of age. After his dad died, Ronnie kept his favorite guitar as a keepsaketoremindhimofhisfather. Whenholding that guitar, Ronnie can smile at the memories he has of his father’s playing and singing days.We would like to wish every father, grandfather, and father figure a very special day this Father’s Day! Fathers and father figures are to be celebrated with love and appreciation.We would like to congratulate the Class of 2022! Whether you are graduating from high school or college, we wish you much success in your future endeavors. Many of you took advantage of submitting in your graduate for us to publish. If you missed the deadline, please feel free to submit in for the July issue by June 10. Send a photo and 150 words to info@highlightspub.com aboutyour graduate. Finally,congratulations to our Mother’s Day winner, Shawna Goodson! Thank you to all who participated in submitting about their moms.Until next issue,Happy Father’s Day & Happy Grad’s Day!Sincerely,Ronnie & Gina BarberaPublishersMother’s Day WinnerShannon Bartell, RN, CPNPWendy Gideon, MDSarah Liss, MDGot Garage DoorProblems?We Can Help!Locally Owned & OperatedMon.- Fri. 7am-7pm Sat.- 9am - 5pmSales & Service All Makes & Models(210) 288-6994$35 OFF GARAGE DOOR LUBE & TUNEReg. $74.99 - Now $39.99URBAN GARAGE DOOR CO.With coupon only. Cannot be included with any other offer. No cash value. Expires 6/30/22$32 OFF REPAIRS(Excludes electronics)URBAN GARAGE DOOR CO.With coupon only. Cannot be included with any other offer. No cash value. Expires 6/30/22$100 OFFANY NEW GARAGE DOORURBAN GARAGE DOOR CO.With coupon only. Cannot be included with any other offer. No cash value. Expires 6/30/22urbangaragedoorco.comJune 2022www.heloteshighlights.com3Now Scheduling School PhysicalsWe will get it runningsmoothly like brand new again!


































































































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