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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 22, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Stammtisch Tuesday Feb 2fc 1994 S Poetry contest The Greater New Braunfels Arts Council is holding a poetry contest in celebration of Arts focus Month Last year 400 poems were submitted Entries must be turned in by March 25 All poets residing within Coma County or within the NBISD or CISD are invited to enter Two poem maxi mum entry minimum of eight lines each on any subject and in any form except limerick Contest is divided into four age groups grades four and five grades six through eight high school and adult Judges will choose the top three poems in each group Winners will be invited to an April 18 awards ceremony Send entries to Elaine Felder 11 Sierra Circle New Braunfels TX 78130 Include poets name phone number and grade or age category written on the back of the entry for sale Tshirts for the 1994 Red Stocking Revue are for sale at area banks and from various committee members TTie shirts come in black or white and are each Proceeds benefit Community Service Center NBHS Band Boosters The NBHS Band Boosters are begin ning the 1994 Patron Sale Business and individual patrons are available as follows Gold Silver and Blue Let ters requesting your participation will be arriving in your mailboxes this week Funds raised are used for college scholarships for band members and other activities forband members For information call Marilyn Kolacek at 6254430 or Gary Schlather at 625 8313 Adult literacy Adult Literacy of Comal County is in need of volunteer tutors to teach low level readers and non English speaking individuals Training and Sign up JT i r Every three and a half minutes in nationwide effort to prevent birth America a baby is bom with WftJT ddfcttiwdirifcnl mortality 100 babies raised in WaikArnerid tes has a higher support programs w ensure that ait pitgaant women get the health care t they need so that tiwir babies will But New Braunfels citizens cart the country WalkAmerfca 1994 will begin at Landa Patk in New Braunfeta benefiting the South Central Texas Chapter of the March of Dimes Last yean 205 walkers in New Braunfels raised to support the March of Dimes and its paign for Healthier Babies a agency whose wort is improve the health of bables bX Preventing birth defects and infant mortality Through its Campaign for Healthier Babies the March of Dimes funds programs of research community services edu cation and advocacy teaching materials are provided at no cost For further information call Ver Nell Martinez at 6259480 Volunteers needed The Comal County Womens Center is in need of hotline volunteers espe cially to cover the hotline on week ends from 8 to 6 and 6 to 8 The hotline is for women who have been battered abused or sex ually assaulted The hotline is for warded to your home so you are able to volunteer without leaving your home Call Becky Soliss at 6207520 during business hours for information Candidates needed Candidacy forms and petitions for the Texas SilverHaired Legislature are available at the Alamo Area Agency on Aging and the Alamo Area Council of Governments Forms must be returned by Friday Feb 28 Call 2102255201 for more information Mensa Testing More than 400 of the most intelligent people in the New Braunfels area qual ify for membership in Mensa Are you one of them Call Janet Keyset at 210 6297483 for information on March 8 testing session at Cost is and reservations are required Political forum The Canyon Lake Chamber of Com merce cordially invites the public to a political forum for judicial candidates to be held Feb 22 at 7 at Moun tain Valley Elementary School Were Meeting The third organizational meeting of the LaSertoma Club in New Braunfels will be held Tuesday Feb 22 at at the home of Shirley Littleton 1480 Narcissus Contact Shirley at 6296052 for information Comal County Chapter of Texas Democratic Women will meet Feb 22 at Comal Bowl at 630 The Comal County Democrats will meet immedi ately after that at 730 Everyone invited Call Kristte Hayduk at 6081947 for information on the Democratic Women and Gloria Sasser at 6200864 for information on the County Democ rats The Book Review Club will meet at the Senior citizens Center 655 Landa Street Tuesday Feb 22 at 10 sum to Coffee at Ann Muschalek will be taking excerpts from Robert Fulghums books Plan to bring a friend Guests donation The next meeting of the Comal County Caring for Children Committee will be held at at McKenna Memorial Hospital Conference Room 1 Thursday Feb 24 Public welcome Tom Goynes President of Texas Rivers Protection Association will be guest speaker for a Friends For Rivers meeting Thursday Feb 24 at 7 in the Herb SchmeWer Room of Victoria Bank and Trust Public welcome to come find out what has been done to protect Texas rivers and what we can do to help Parents welcome to bring children Activities for children are planned For information call Cathy Talcott at 6255378 New Braunfels Multiple Sclerosis Support Group meets Thursday Feb 24 at noon at Finkels Peter Schdler will speak on ABC Home Health Services Supporting Other Singles meets at Steak House at Feb 27 Senior program A presentation on Getting Involved and Making Friends as a Senior will be held Tuesday Feb 22 at 1 in the McKenna Hospital Oarza Street class room Seniors and their family mem bers are encouraged to attend Reser vations required call 6259111 Membership drive The Greater New Braunfels Cham ber of Commerce will hold its 1994 membership drive Feb 22 to 24 More than 60 Blue Coat volunteers will call on businesses during the threeday blitz to sell memberships The goal is in new dues and 100 new members Paean Workshop The Comal County Horticulture Committee and the Extension Service are holding a Pecan Management Workshop Wednesday Feb 23 at 2 at the Comal County Extension meeting room 132 South Water Lane behind the Sheriffs office off Loop 337 and San Antonio Street Topics will include planting fertilizing spray schedules and varieties suited to the area Home owners with one tree to owners of orchards are invited No fee and class and earn contact hours at Your Surgical Patient Is A Diabetic Feb 23 at NBISD Education Center 430 West Mill St Cost is Time is to Approved by Texas Nuraes Association for hours Use back door entrance Polishing Old Bones Feb 24 at the New Braun fels Conservation Society will host Carol and Gerry Belton giving a pro gram on Polishing Old Bones They will share their experiences about ren ovating and restoring their historic home Public invited The BOXCAR STUSSY OflKLEYl 6200411 j 1259 LOOP 337 HWY 46 i NEW BRAUNFELS i VISA MC AMEX DISC GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 6296400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave ALL SHOWS BEFORE PM Times good thru HOin E3 SHAOUIUf XNUL f JI I Ifl I V JIM In 7WGEHHW ALEC BALDWIN KIUBASINGER My Girl 2 ra DwiAykroyd BlflflkCtakc 70S 9flO BRAUNTEX 6254411 290 W San Antonio ALL SHOWS good thru Perfect World 63 COWBOYS WORLD CHAMP TSHIRT On sale at the New Braunfels HeraldZejtung Come by and place your order today Allow 7 business days for delivery You cant beat these prices Order Today Payment required when order is placed YOUTH MEDIUM 1012 YOUTH LARGE 1416 ADULTS SMLXL ADULT XXL TAX Marching tunes The Comal County Community Band will entertain the public with a pops concert Sunday Feb 27 at memo rial Elementary School 1900 South Walnut the concert begins at 3 with a reception following The band will perform Broadway tunes movie theme songs popular marches swing numbers and more The general public is invited and area senior citizens are especially welcome Students ftom New Braunfels Middle School student council and honor society will serve as ushers The reception will be hosted by Memorial Elementary School The New Braunfels ISO transportation department will help get people to and from the concert by picking them up from the senior citizens center and var ious nursing homes Presidents Ball The Presidents Ball sponsored by the New Braunfels Newcomers Club will be held Sunday Feb 27 at the Senior Center Dinner catered by Clear Springs will be served at 6 Danc ing to the music of the Blue Notes will be ftom 7 to 10 BYOB with free setups Tickets are for dinner and dancing or for just the dinner Reservations deadline is Feb 22 and tickets may be purchased from Howard Schulz 6295722 All area newcomers and guests are invited Chemical dependency Chemical Dependency The Mon ster Among Us by Frank L Flacy PhD will be presented by the Santa Rosa Mental Wellness Center Tues day March 1 at noon at thtf New Braunfels Civic Center Program is free lunch is available for and reser vations must be made by 10 Feb 28 to get lunch ECUs provided the for LPC LMSW and TADAC call 6089121 Political forum The Canyon Lake Chamber of Com merce will hold a political forum for Comal County Judge and Commis sioners Court candidates March 3 at 7 pjn at Smithson Valley High School Bridge tournament Polly Johnson is sponsoring a bone fit bridge tournament March 5 The event will be at the New Braunfels Elks Lodge at 9 and lasting until There will be prizes and lots of fun Call Polly Johnson at 6294100 COMAL BOWL HAVE SOME FUN GO BOWLING FEB SPECIAL PAY RKG PRICE FIRST 3 GAMES ALL AFTER ONLY A GAME Huisache 81 1 block off Walnut 99 New Braunfels Sesquicentennial Europe Tour Book with us Call for details 6292215 133 Landa Street LANDA CLEANERS 377 Landa Mens laundered shirts 85 When accompanied by laundry Ladies plain laundered blouses Cinder manQgttment ownership formerly Now BrounfQls Cleaners 6066116 metro MF Sat DOUBLE TALK Get Double the amount of talk time FREE TECH EZ4OO NO ACTIVATION FEE NO PROGRAMMING FEE FREE BATTERY ELIMINATOR CHARGER ONLY 679 S Seguin across from post office NOW THREE LOCATIONS New Braunfels Seguin and San Marcos CELLULARONE Aufhonztd Dtaltr 6297466 Available on Most Plans wilhNew Activation Activation Subject to Credit Approval AnnualContfacI Reouifed
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