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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 26, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Jan Dinner With the Arts The 15th Annual Dinner with the Arts was held Sunday night at the New Braunfels Civic Center The event spon sored by the Greater New Braunfels Arts Council is to celebrate the work of local artists Kent Davidson and Gina Miori play a sol dier and his sweetheart in a dramatic scene during the Dinner with the Arts The Compania De Danza Folklorica performs a traditional Mexican dance Photos by LINDA GABBARD Jamie Pantermuehl sings If We Hold On Together A couple of the patrons check out some artwork on display in the Civic Center Pajrick Pope and Lewis Sarkozi as ctweeters from Orphans on the read from the Book of Cathy Clark Cathy Talcott and Jane Haas as the Andrew Sisters sing Bei Mir Bist Du Stammtisch scholarships The Comal County Club will offer several scholarships to students who will attend Texas in the fall If you will be a freshman at in the fall and are a resident of Comal County you may be eligible For an application and more information see your high school counselor or call 629 7585 Homes needed Area families are needed to provide housing for the many German visitors who will be visiting the city during our Sesquicentennial celebration About 80 will be arriving Between April 14 and April 23 Con tact Rusty Brandt at 6295924 if you can help WIC office relocates The Women Jnfants and Children program will move to new offices at 1551 N Walnut Suite 12 on Feb 1 The phone number will be the same 6251441 Ticket sellers needed The Sesquicentennial Commission is planning a barbecue for Saturday April 22 in the Wursthalle The commission hopes this event will be the largest barbecue this community has ever Were Meeting Scrapbook seen AH organizations in the area are invited to become involved in selling tickets to this event The organization will receive for each ticket that it sells This could be a great way for organizations to raise funds and serve the community Call Jim Scheele at the Chamber of Commerce 6252385 or Nancy Hargrove at 6084264 Veterans memorial The Veterans Memorial Committee has decided to call an end to the formal drive as of Jan 31 1995 Until that time a donation of will get a brick at the monument in Prince Solms Park with Jhe name of your veteran and oth er information After Jan 31 the bricks will still be available but the price will increase to SI00 Call 6250179 Tuesday through Saturday after 3 for more information Clay Crosse concert Nashville recording star Clay Crosse will appear in concert Friday night Feb 17 at First Protestant Church His tape My Place Is With You can be purchased at The Shepherds Shop He is scheduled to appear this month on the Conan OBrien Late Night Show Tickets are S10 and can be purchased beginning Jan 22 at First Protestant Church or from a ticket representa tive Call Marty Lindley at 6097729 Five generations Five generations were present celebrating Thanksgiving Day with Mrs Eva OBar at Eden Home Present was her daughter Faye Gallion grand son Donnie Gallion Greatgranddaughter Shi Ann Gallion Perry and greatgreatgranddaughter Kirsten Ann Perry In the background is the babys father Charles Perry Jaycees1 officers The current officers of the New Braunfels Jaycees are bottom row Shelley Motz treasurer Virginia Eureste director Gwenn Scott mem bership vicepresident and top row Dave Martin management vice president Debbie Lopez Individual development Joe Rodriguez direc tor Sue Kolath president and Irma Perez community vicepresident The next meeting of the Comal County Caring for Children Committee will be held at at 493 South Seguin Avenue Thursday Jan 26 All committee members and the general public are invited The Seguin High School graduat ing class of 1970 is planning a reunion for July 1 1995 Addresses of graduates requested Contact Dee Buck 6296583 The Canyon High School Class of 1985 is planning its 10year reunion for June 17 Help is needed in con tacting all classmates Call Scott Syamken at 6255290 or Leona Soechting at 8283748 with updated addresses or to volunteer to help plan the event The New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild meets the 3rd Saturday of every month at at the New Braunfels Christian Church Fellowship Hall on Loop 337 Membership is open to everyone The Wednesday Quilting Bee meets every Wednesday afternoon from Visitors are welcome The New Braunfels Conservation Societys January meeting will be Thursday the 26th at in the Forke Store Ed Morris of Mr Eds Antiques will speak on How to Recognize He will appraise any item no larger than a bread box at no charge at this meet ing Mew members welcome For information call 6292943 Canyon High School Seniors and their parents will meet Monday Jan 30 at 7 at the high school to dis cuss Project Graduation 1995 The New Braunfels Retired Teachers Association will meet Feb 1 in the NBISD Education Center Board Room There will be fellowship coffee and cookies beginning at The business meeting and program begin at 10 with Mary Tymrak giving a slide presentation of her visit to the Czech Republic New vehicles Eden Home is pleased to annunce the arrival of their new van and station wagon These vehicles were made possible by a grant from the Texas Department of Transportation with Eden Home needing to raise 20 percent of the total cost of the vehicles Junior Miss All participants of the upcoming New Braunfels Jr Miss Program met recently for some last minute detailsHere Joy Lindsay goes over some of the details for the physical fitness routine The program will be Feb 24 and 25 at the Civic Center Toy donation Texas Commerce Bank employees Geri Jordan Nancy Hargrove Susan Heidrich and Rita Kaufmann turn over toys to Community Service repre sentative Wesley Hill and Pete Resales The toys were donated by atten dees of the December Chamber Mixer
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