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 Longtime San Antonio Radio Host Joins KLRN News Team
Northside Business Association SA Welcomes The Speech & Language Center At Stone Oak
   K LRN Public Television is excited to announce that Elizabeth Ruiz will join the KLRN News Department as a News Update Anchor. Ruiz recently retired after a 40-year career at KTSA/ KTFM Radio. Her vast experience as a news anchor and reporter includes covering the San Antonio Police, City Hall, and the Bexar County Courthouse. In her tenure in radio, she has covered hurricanes, floods,
Presidential visits as well as the Papal visit. “We are delighted to have Liz join our growing team at KLRN. San Antonians know her well, and I’m sure many people will be happy to see her on KLRN News Updates,” said Shari St. Clair, Director of News and Production at KLRN. Ruiz will join St. Clair and veteran reporter, Donna
Parker, in anchoring these segments featured weeknights during primetime programming, on-air and online.
Ruiz is very active in the San Antonio community devoting countless hours to helping local non-profit organizations thrive. A graduate of John F. Kennedy High School, she furthered her education by getting a Bachelor of Music Education Degree from Trinity University before studying journalism at San Antonio College. Other honors include The San Antonio Association of Hispanic Journalists Henry Guerra Lifetime Achievement Award, Edgewood Hall of Fame, San Antonio Woman’s Hall of Fame, San Antonio Radio Hall of Fame, Texas Radio Hall of Fame, and Order of the Cascaron
he Northside Business Association SA welcomed Silver Charter Member, The Speech & Language
social communication problems; pediatric feeding treatment; and individual reading support services.
Founded in 1998 by speech-language pathologist, Barbara A. Samfield, MA-CCC/ SLP, the Speech & Language Center at Stone Oak was the first private speech practice established in the Stone Oak medical community. In 2014, the clinic moved to its current location at 225 E. Sonterra Boulevard, Suite 120.
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DStick To Your Diet While Dining Out
Center at Stone Oak, on June 29, 2021. They were presented a plaque.
The Speech & Language Center at Stone Oak is a private practice of speech-language pathologists in the Stone Oak medical community. The staff, also known as Speech Chix, includes over 20 master’s level SLPs with expertise in many communication disorders. The clinic provides center- based speech therapy services for children, adolescents, and some adults. Also available are small group classes for preschoolers through young adults with
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      ining out is a treat many people enjoy one or more times a week.
Restaurant meals are delicious and enable people to sample foods they may never try or prepare at home.
While flavor is something restaurant foods have in common, so are huge portion sizes. And foods served at a favorite restaurant may not always align with personal diets.
Restaurants have no standard serving guidelines for meal portions. Customers have to rely on asking servers what’s in the foods and seeing if nutritional information, including calorie counts, are offered on menus.
Being on a diet doesn’t mean you have to give up on your social life and nights out on the town. Learning to navigate restaurant menus and following some tips can help people stay healthy while dining out.
Cut out calorie-heavy beverages
Why drink your calories when you can reserve them for tasty foods? Sodas, sweetened iced teas and alcoholic beverages contain calories that can quickly add up. Choose calorie-free beverages, such
as diet soft drinks or plain water.
Limit salt, if possible
Avoid foods that are prepared with extra salt, such as foods that are smoked, cured or pickled. Items with soy sauce or broth also may be sodium-laden. Salt adds flavor, but people monitoring their salt intake due to
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