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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 26, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Stammtisch TueedAy JuV26 Fro fte Womeft tofants and Children program at 166 Comal is giving immu nizations free to participants as well as new applicants Clinic hours are Monday from 8 to 7 Tues day through Thursday from 8 to and Friday from 8 to Walkins welcome Bingo night Bingo night every Thursday at Our Lady of Perpetual Hall New Braunfels Early Bird Fair Queen contest The Comal County Fair association is looking for girls who will be juniors at CISD or NBISD this coming school year to participate in the Fair Queens Contest The winners will participate in vis iting fairs and festivals for the com ing year and will represent our com munity throughout the South Texas region If you are interested call Jan Jayne or Jamie weekdays during busi ness hours at 6066659 County fair parade plans Entries for the 101st Comal County Fair Parade are now being accepted The parade will be held Friday Sep tember 23 beginning at 10 For an entry form or more information please call Margi Handrick at 6251884 Concert in the Park The Concert in the Park July 28 will be Army Chorale Concerts in the Park are held at each Thurs day through the summer at the Landa Park Concert Shell They are free to the public No glass containers Rainedout concerts may not be rescheduled Eagle Hall dance Friday July 29 at Eagle Hall is Tex ano band Calibre from 8 to mid night No cover Texas Connection will perform Saturday July 30 from to for a cover Canyon students Canyon High School students should report to the school beginning July 25 to receive their packet of registration materials The school will be open between the hours of 8 and noon and from 1 to 4 Students can pick up registration packets July and 28 Clean Rivers Workshop Friends for Rivers the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce and the City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Advisory Board invite the public to a clean rivers workshop The workshops goal is to include river businesses as partners in keeping both er rivers in the city limits clean and safe We need your help in setting litter and safety policies for your customers who use our communitys rivers for recreation The workshop will be July 26 at 7 at the New Braunfels Civic Cen ter Lobby The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will relay our discus sions and concerns to the city council The general public is invited Call the parks department at 6206108 for infor mation Austrians are coming A singing group from Austria will appear at the Beethoven Hall on July 26 and perform a Vocalitis Concert Vocalitas Nota Bene are well known in Austrian TV radio Gupol skirchen Vienna as well as in the USA They are former members of the Boys Choir of the Viennese Woods A double quartet and a cappella ensemble of five groups from Gumpolkskirchen Also performing will be Chords men Liederkranz Beethoven MaennerDamenchor The admission is which includes an after show glow at the Beethoven Home and Garten with free beer wine and food There is limited seating and a sellout is expected get your tickets before July 15 The fest will start at All are welcome to hear the Austrians Call 6255206 Seminar for diabetics A combination miniseminar and home study course will be offered by the New Braunfels Community Education Department On insulin dependent Type I Diabetics RNs LVNs home health personnel nursing assistants insulindependent diabetics families of Type I diabetics and anyone interested in the administration of insulin is invited to attend The maxi mum class size will be 35 students Registration begins at July 27 the course will run from 7 to 8 at the NBISD Education Center 430 W Mill Street Cost is plus a book fee Prepayment required Call 6206200 for information Licensed personnel this course is approved by ANCC for five contact hours Adutt workshops The city of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will offer several adult workshops this surrimer Project WILD will be held July 27 and again August 6 Aquatic Project WILD will be held August 7 Project Learning Tree will be held July 30 Workshops start at 9 in Landa Park at Picnic Area 7A Pre registration required Call 6082160 for more information Yard sate Thursday July 28 only from 8 to 4 at 315 Basel No early sales Proceeds go to Hosanna Baptist Mis sion Rummage and plant sale Saints Peter and Paul Schools Annual Summer Rummage and Plant Sale will be held Friday July 29 and Saturday July 30 The sale will be from 8 to 8 Friday and 8 to 3 Saturday The sale will be held in Saint Marys Hall on the Saints Peter and Paul Church grounds on West Bridge Street The sale will be held both upstairs and downstairs in the hall building For information call 6251729 dur ing the day or 6061627 in the evening Bring your own brown grocery bag and fill it for on Saturday Eikel Field picnic City Councilman Ambrosio Benitez and County Commissioner Cristina Zamora invited everyone to attend a celebration of Eikel Field Picnic to be held at Eikel Field July 30 at 5 Line dance classes Two intermediate classes in country line dancing are set for August at the Comal County Senior Citizens Cen ter One class starts August 1 and the other August 3 For information call 6294547 Voter forum The Comal Area Provisional League of Women Voters will host a voter forum featuring candidates in the NBISD School Board election The forum will be held August 4 at 7 in the NBISD Board Room For more information call Darlene Hicks at 629 5167 or Bill Eash Dance school registration The New Braunfels Hermann Sons School of Dance a benefit for junior members between three and 18 has set its registration for Thursday August 4 from 1 to 6 at the lodge 463 N Union Street Students must be members by August 4 Fee is per student For information call DetrisePreiss Bird at 6060477 or Mar ti Matthews at 6090106 Aggte Fish Fry The 1994 Aggie Fish Fry will take place Friday August 12 at pavilions 4 and 5 in Landa Park Fellowship will begin at with dinner at The fish fry is held each year to rec ognize incoming freshmen and to intro duce them to Aggie fellowship This even is also the main fund raiser for scholarships for incoming freshmen The event is open to current and former students their families and all friends of Texas University Reservations can be made by calling Keith Wingate at 6290212 or Tom Bums at 6090843 by Friday J August 5 Cost is for adults and for chil dren age 10 and younger Craft show The Arboretum of New Braunfels located at 1310IH35 West will spon sor a craft show Saturday August 6 at 10 until 4 Cost per space Bring your own display Call Sue Bankston at 6256941 by July 27 for space Attention bridge players Attention bridge players both men and women Come join the Fun Day of Bridge sponsored by the New Braun fels Newcomers Club Saturday August 13 at the Senior Citizens Cen ter 655 Landa Street Cost of per player includes refreshments at bridge at 10 and lunch The event will conclude by Bring your own partner or we will assign one You will play wit the same partner all day Cash prizes Call Helen Nolen at 6207749 or Elaine Fahsl at 6299231 for information Scholarship fund gala Comal County Fair Association scholarship fund gala will be held Sat urday August 27 with dinner at 7 and dance at 8 Cost is per per son It will be at the Comal County Fairgrounds Arts and Crafts Building Dinner catered by Granzins and dance with the Goolaks For tickets call 606 1000 Friends of the NRA The newlyestablished Friends of the NRA in San Antonio will hod a dinner and auction August 20 at 6 at the Alzafar Shrine Temple For tick et information call John Reese at 340 5171 The HeraldZeilung welcomes your Stammtisch items Send them to HeraldZeitung Stammtisch 707 Landa St New Braunfels TX78130 Or fax to 6251224 A DOWNWARD PRICE CRASH OUR PRICES KEEP GOING FINAL DAYS Laredo Cowgirl Boots Name Brand Jeans Stock of Girls Jeans Tops they Go All Ladies Tops Shorts Skirts Western Shirts Stehling 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