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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 2, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas August due to dry conditions In the ty to create parks board County Judge Carter Castcel will have otic and no the budget will include ATPE Officers employee Of the county who will be Pictured Wt to rlflhV irt 199495 of tht Association of Tsxss Profession Educators designated Parks Manaeer On ths back row Connto Sullms sscratary and Ntw Braunfels Middle School rsprasshtatlvs and ft was our mtert to make sun everv a wwcwmtent to make sure every i 6mmetoled project the TlttConuiuMKtten Court approved Canyon Lake area and At Eikel Field in formation of the ootntnitteefbrthe New Braunfels purpose of advising the Comrnission The Caftyon Dam Park would Court regarding the development inciudc worth of projects and rhaintenance of certain parks in over a three year period half of that Cotnal said the resolution based on predicted state grants Soccer and baseball ttelds playscapes and include at least one and no more than hikcandbike trails are featured in the two appointed persons ftom each of plans the four and one The advisory committee will meet employee Of the county who will be once each month but all spending for nMiDnAtwi Parira Manaocr Court onnroved bv Shoe Box Float Attention Kindergarten students Make to enter the Canal County Mr Shoe Box Float contest Make ft float from a shoe box any Floats must have 101st year someplace oh the float name of child and name of school and must be at thelf school by noon Sept 15 Categories will be Most Beautifu Most Creative Use of Materials and the Most Unique All entries will receive a goodie and a free pass to the fair The three final winners will get a savings bond Call Becky Voges at 6251666 for information Flying Squares to offer square dance lessons The Flying Squares Dance Club will ibeing square dance lessons on Oct 10 I The American Square Dance is not the same as the country barn dance the clog western swing or the jig which many people refer to by the mis inomer square Square danc ing gets its name from the square formedby the four couples in the basic dance formation It is a combination of basic movements arranged in order so they flow comfortably from one move iment to the next After the square is iformed to the call Square Em the music and the callers take it from there The caller is the arranger and con ductor who gives the commands that guide the dancers through the move ments of each dance The music may be pure country or it may be a current popular song with the commands inter spersed with the original lyrics The caller is Joe Young who has been the Club caller for most of its 32 years The square dance clubs typically do a little round dancing and line dancing during the breaks Dancers also visit other clubs in the area and worldwide Square dance rules do not permit con sumption of alcoholic beverages before or during a dance Now is a very good time to learn1 this great American Folk Dance San That Sort no cover CHRIS JUDY Fri Sept 2 812 no cover TRACY LYN Sat Sept 3 1 5 no cover WtMBERLEY VOLUNTEER FIRE ANTS Siturday Night RUSTY W1ER Sun Sept 4 26 no cover RHYTHM RATS Sunday night JAY ERIC Advance ticketi on tale now for JERRY JEFF WALKER BO P1DDLEY OCT 1 Par Information Call Gil T HOOKS AVAIIJUiLE WALNUT 6 6296400 IH 35 and Walnut Avc Forrest Gump I 1 t lorn MaiiKs SalSun Won ilk Money Mclanle Griffith SalSunMon fMSif I i KlSLEflS USunMpo JOOtM Fri Uuu Thur tts B Fri thru Thut 620 WAGONS EAST JOHM CANDY MCHAKB IIWIS ONLY ONE SHOW FA Tu0 ttuu Thur 630730930 BRAUNTEX 6254411 290 W San Antonio ALL SHOWS Antonio will host The 45th National Square Dance Convention in June 1996 Around dancers will descend onthe city for four days of dancing and visiting Lessons begin on Oct 10 Monday at the Windcrest Recreation Center on Jim Seal Drive off Crestway in Wind crest The first two lessons are free and are open to anyone 12 years old and over who would like to learn a funfilled recreational activity For information call 6546366 or 6554802 Public Welcome Eagles Hall New Braunfels TMH 711 i sat Sept 3 Canyon FFA Booster Bmwffit Connection 812 cover FoodAVailabto 257 B South SL Hill rental Annivenarief and Reunions Best Dance Floor in Texas rawiM nsna Jims Video 549 Landa 6207971 259 Trade Center 6292128 Attention Advertisers In recognition of Labor Day Sept 5th 1994 we will iSept advertising deadlines have been moved up to accommadate Retail and Classified Display Deadlines bay of Publication Deadline tues Fri Noon Wed Fri Advisor Fri Classified Line Ads Tues t FH HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY LABOR DAY IriSept2 Rockin Horse Sat SunSept 3 Sting Rays MonSept5 RiverSports Fire Benefit Super Jam Hosted by Bop Savant Scheduled guests Painted Pbny FullTilt Tern Hendrix Monty Guitar Jyler LANDA STATION Steak Shrimp JO 6oz 4 Ifl Shrimp Salad fc Potato RITAS Well Drinks Monday Night Football in Sept Free Giveaway Must be present to win MON Steak off Burgers LIVE ENTERTAINMENT TUES 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