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Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday!

I hope that you have as many wonderful memories of Thanksgiving with your family as I have with mine.  I grew up helping my mother and grandmothers in the kitchen.  My sister and I would spend several days before the celebration tracing our hands into the design of a turkey on colored paper to make homemade placemats and decorating our table for the big day.  We had a traditional meal each year with turkey and my Mommo’s dressing (I’ve even included her recipe below).  We always have pecan pie and pumpkin pie, mashed potatoes and green beans, several cold salads and hot rolls. After lunch we spent the afternoon napping, watching football and even playing football in the back yard. 

Last year at Cornerstone Audiology we had our very first annual Friendsgiving Feast.  Our team truly is like family and this year we can’t wait to share a meal together.

At Cornerstone, we get a little over-excited about this time of year, as it gives us the chance to really reflect on what a great team we have, and more still, what great patients we have, too!  We really are thankful for you and your confidence in our abilities to help you hear your best!  Hoping you and your loved ones have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

Thanksgiving Hours

Our office will be closed from noon on 

Wednesday, November 27 to Friday, November 29.

We will resume regular working hours on Monday, December 2, at 8:00.  

Gobble gobble!


Can you believe it’s that time again already?
The Best of the West voting started on Friday and goes through December 15th.

Following another successful year of expanding our services to our patients and the local community, we’d love to win this again and make it our 6th in a row!

We’d be so grateful if you could take a moment to vote for us!



Have you seen our Halloween Costumes from last month?  Dr. Beck and Ashley sported Sesame Street while the Lubbock office encouraged patients to “Come on Down” to the Price is Right for a hearing check!



Do you have a hearing aid and are concerned about hearing well over Thanksgiving? Getting all the family together can make it super noisy and difficult to understand conversations! This might help…

As one of the hardest things to cope with in social situations is the constant influx of noise, it’s important your hearing aids are primed and ready for this.

Select the setting that filters out background noise, and this way you can focus on 1-2-1 conversations without the background distractions. 

Mature group of female friends smiling and drinking tea on a balcony

Meet The Team:


(Yes, it’s me this month!) – My husband Jacob and I love to travel and want our boys to see as much of the world as we can squeeze in before they are too cool for us!  This past summer we took them to Rome and London and had a wonderful time.  The boys are still talking about it.  Rome was our favorite, it sure is hot in June though!  I ate pistachio gelato twice each day!



  • A splash of oil
  • 3 pans of cornbread
  • 1 pkg Pepperidge Farm stuffing
  • Chopped celery
  • Chopped onion
  • 3 boiled eggs
  • Sage
  • Salt and pepper
  • Chicken broth or water


  • Crumble the cornbread and stuffing into a large bowl.
  • Saute the chopped celery and onion in oil.
  • Add to the cornbread and add the three chopped boiled eggs
  • Sprinkle in the sage, to taste. 
  • Add a very small amount of salt and pepper and mix well.
  • Add some chicken broth or water to thin down the mixture. 
  • Bake in a greaseproof pan at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes. 
  • If you’re cooking giblet gravy, leave 1 C. dressing out to add to the gravy. 

Meet Our Patient Of The Month: 


Alongside Dr. Arnold is our Cornerstone Patient of the Month, Wanda Faulkner. She was recently fitted with hearing aids and loves that she can be a part of the conversation when around family and friends.   

Cornerstone Audiology Patient of the month Jim Johnson on a tractor



A Texas native, Monique graduated from Spur High School and from there attended and graduated from South Plains College in Levelland, Texas. Monique loves spending time with her children and her sweet dog, Olivia.  She handles all the billing at our office and takes care of insurance for us.  

Cornerstone Audiology Patient Care Coordinator Karli Clark

New Patient Resources

Have you visited our hearing health resource website yet?
Here’s a couple of recent articles…

What Is Sensorineural Hearing Loss?

Discovering you have hearing loss comes with challenges, but how do you know what type you have? With three different types of hearing loss, it’s good to know the facts. Today we’re focusing on sensorineural hearing loss…
Learn more…

Cornerstone Audiology staff photo
Happy elderly couple walking with arms around each other

Why Has The Latest Apple iOS Update Caused Problems Connecting To My Hearing Aids?

If you have been experiencing these same problems, don’t panic; your hearing aids are not the problem. We have put together detailed instructions for you, which should get your hearing aids connected in no time…
Learn more…

3 Locations to Serve West Texas

Big Spring
210 W. 3rd Street
Big Spring, TX 79720
TEL: 432-606-1933

5738 82nd Street
Lubbock, TX 79424
TEL: 806-687-4327

3219 College Ave.
Snyder, TX 79549
TEL: 325-284-3221


Thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter – we hope it’s been an enjoyable read.

If you have any concerns about your family’s hearing health, book an appointment by calling us at (806) 687-4327, or request a callback by clicking the button below.

Until next month,
Dr. Julie Hubik and the team at Cornerstone Audiology

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Julie Hubik, Au.D., CCC-A - Doctor of Audiology & CEO of Cornerstone Audiology

Dr. Hubik is the owner and founder of one of West Texas' most trusted and professional hearing providers, Cornerstone Audiology. She received her bachelor of science degree in communication disorders as well as her doctorate of audiology from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC). In her youth, Dr. Hubik became interested in helping people with a hearing loss to communicate more effectively and therefore pursued a degree in this field. Dr. Hubik was born and raised in Anton, Texas, and appreciates working with the people of West Texas. She and her team are proud to serve the hearing needs of their community.