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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 30, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas MAY HeraldZeHung 7A w photo by KARUWENZEL Build a Flag Help a Child of Comal County Child are getting ready for the fourth annual Build a Flag Help a Child fundraiser which Is set to run June 1 through July With Child Advocacy will be building a community flag to be displayed at Johnson Innerworks Celebrate flag day by purchasing a star for or more or a square for The donations can be made In honor of a loved one or simply as a Your contribution will help show the children of Comal County that you care about Comal County Child Advocacy Is a nonprofit organization of speciallytrained volunteers through appointment by the Investigate and advocate for the best Interests of chil dren who are victims of abuse or or who are Involved In custody Through friendship and these or become the voice of the child In a system which seldom hears small For more Information about the program call Jackie Vann at Club Notes Catholic Daughters Catholic Daughters of the AMericas met May 18 at the Saints Peter and Paul Activity The meeting was opened with a prayer and 23 members were Hostesses were Mary Ann Pusateri and Carol District Deputy Mary Wright was present thank you note from the Crisis Preg nancy Center was read regarding our latest was asked to help with the reception for Bill Schroeder who will be ordained a Deacon on September There will be a potluck dinner after the Mass on September 19 at St Marys scholarships were given at the grad uation breakfast in honor of our Parish NBISD recipient was Carrie daughter of Johnny and Karen and CISD recipient was Lawren Klein daughter of Larry and Jean priests and Deacons appreciation dinner will be June 8 at Marys with a mass and supper to Bily eel Activities May 31 New Braunfels Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol meets at at the NBISD Education 430 Mill More information is available at New Braunfels Chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber shop Quartet Singing in America meets at at First Bap 1 tist Knights of Columbus bingo at Ill Landa June 1 Bingo begins at 7 at the Seniors 655 Landa The public is New Braunfels Evening Rotary Club meets at 6 at Molly Joes A sign language class will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays in the more infor mation call 6291895 or 6293664 New Braunfels Toastmasters Club meets at 7 at 2405 Interstate 35 More infor mation is available at 6296343 or Skat players are invited for an afternoon of fun from at the Seniors 655 Landa The New Braunfels Commu nity Chorale will beet at 7 at the Eden Heights Those with Chorale music who will not be attending the rehearsal should call Terry Wal ter at This will be the last rehearsal until The meets 78 at 780 Marguerite next to St Johns Episcopal The Book Review Club will meet for coffee at and atlO for the review at the Senior Citizens June 2 New Braunfels Evening Lions meet at 6 Call Rodney Wells at 6256291 or 6252947 for loca Compania de Danza Folklor ica practices 58 More infor mation is available at Mary Pani agua at Ballet Folklorico Infantil prac tices at Landa Recreation Cen ter from 69 More informa tion is available at Director Janie Gonzales at Comal Post American hosts open to the Early bird games begin at I 7 and regular bingo at Braunfels Rotary Club I meets at noon at the Seniors Cen ter of Comal 655 Landa St Medical Team Home Health is sponsoring a Bereavement Sup r port Group that meets at 10 the third Wednesday of each month at the Senior Citizens June 3 New Braunfels Noon Lions Club meets at noon at the Seniors 655 Landa Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 2999 sponsors bingo at 7 at the Eagles 257 South Comal Community Band rehearses at in the New Braunfels Middle School band Call Ken The Downtown Rotary Club meets Thursdays at noon at Krauses New Braunfels Kiwanis Club meets at noon at the Victoria Bank and Trust North 1000 Walnut More infor mation is available at The SonShine the senior adult choir of the First Baptist meet each Thurs day morning in the Great Room of the Christian Life The New Braunfels Multiple Scleroses Support Group will meet at Finkles Restaurant an The New Braunfels Multiple Scleroses Support Group will meet at noon in Finkels Restau Hannilore Brotze will be the guest next meeting for the Comal County Caring For Children Committee will be held at at Krauses June 4 VFW Post 600 Peace is the place for bingo at 7 New Braunfels Woodcarvers meet from at the Senior Citizens 655 Lan da More information is available at ebrated mass following the installation of the new Gay Forties Club Merriment in May was evident at the Faust Hotel when members and guests were enter tained by RoseMary a teacher form the University of North guest speaker whose topic was Texas Her humorous accounts of Texas history led to out bursts of laughter and she was honored with a standing Arlene social chair was assisted by Karen Ann Betty Ann Myra Lee Kathleen Krueger and JoAnn Robinett Bright 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