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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 2, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday Feb 2 1995 HeraldZeitung 3 Stammtisch Aerobic workouts New Braunfels Parks and Recre ation Department offers aerobic work outs six days per week Recreation Center Our teach both high and low impact moves that will improve the fitness participants Morning Monday Wednesday Friday and Sat urday mornings from 9 to Evening aerobics are held 6rt Tuesday and Thursday eveningsfrbro 6 to The fee is per class Weights and floor vided Registration is workout Landa Recreation Center also has a weight room which includes multSta apply for the scholarship award ed each year by the New Braunfels Music Study Club Applications are from the three high school band and choral directors Deadline Feb 11 auditions March 4 at Seele Hall There is a applica tion fee For more information call Melitta Frueh at 6256658 scholarships The Comal County Club will offer several scholarships to students will attend Texas in the efall If you will be a freshman at the fall and are a resident of Comal County you may be eligible For an application and more information see tion and singlestation weight equip V school counselor or call 629 ment plus aerobic equipment for 7585 diovascular fitness Monthly weight room fees are per per person for daily usage Weight room members must be 161 For information call 6082167 Peer counseling The Comal County Family Womens Center is starting group peer counseling for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault Individu als who have experienced violence in their family or been sexually assaulted in the past are encouraged to usethis opportunity to explore how these events have impacted their while joining with others in the therapeutic process Family violence groups will be held Monday evenings at 6 and Wednesday mornings at 10 Sex ual assault and incest survivor groups will be Tuesdays at 6 and Wednesday mornings at 11 Inter ested individuals can call Patty Bray at 6207520 to set up a pregroup appointment There is no fee for ser vices provided through the Womens Center The center is in need of donations of postage stamps volunteers threering notebooks digital and infant ther mometers and a new sturdy vacuum Tax Aid AARP Tax Aid will begirrFeb 1 and continue through April 15 except for Feb 20 Help is available at the public library Tuesday noon to Thursday from 10 and Saturday 10 to 1 Citizens Center Monday from 8 am to noon Wednesday from 1 to 5 and Saturday from 9 to 1 and the Canyon Lake Action Center Wednesday from 1 to 4 and Saturday from 9 to Bring your 1993 return and 1994 infor mation Music Club scholarship Graduating high school seniors who plan music majors in college may VYIC office relocates The Women Infants 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 Patron Sale The NBHS Band Boosters announce the beginning of their Patron Sale pro motion Funds raised through this pro motion arc used to help provide college scholarships for band seniors who will participate in college music programs and to provide individual student recognition at the Spring Band Ban quet Other activities and programs Which aid the band students are also funded through this promotion Solic itation letters will be mailed to busi nesses and individuals prior to Jan 1 Response by mail will run from Jan 1 through 31 After that individual band booster members will contact busi nesses and individuals in person For more information call Gary W Schlather at 6258313 or Diana Kne upper at 6257849 Veterans memorial The Veterans Memorial Committee 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 the name of your veteran and oth er information After Jan 31 the bricks will still be available but the price will increase to Call 6250179 Tues day through Saturday after 3 for more information Cheer leading clinic Smithson Valley High School Cheer Leaders will hold a cheer leading clin ic to raise funds for camp Saturday Feb 4 from 10 to 2 at the Smithson Valley High School gym Clinic includes teaching cheers chants and a dance You will get a free Ranger Tshirt pizza for lunch a picture with a Ranger cheer leader and you will perform at a SVHS basketball game Feb 7 Cost is For information call Jeanne Caffey at 9047273 Fertilizer sale New Braunfels Boy Scouts Troop 381 spring fertilizer sale will run Jan 27 to Feb 28 40 pound bags of formulation will be sold Order now for delivery March 411 Call Richard Smith at 6254484 or 609 0937 to order Training conference Child Protective Services and the Alamo Area Council of Governments will sponsor an accredited training con ference The Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorders Practical Tech from 8 to 5 Friday Feb 3 at the Ruth Taylor Concert Hall on the Trinity University campus 715 Stadium Drive San Antonio Regis tration fee Call Judith Working at 2255201 for information Paper drive Parent Boosters of Boy Scouts Troop 387 are holding a paper drive Newspaper old phone books catalogs and magazines may be dropped off Saturday Feb 4 from 9 to 4 in the HEB parking lot For pick up call Tammy at 6091204 or 6207230 Cinderella performance The Missoula Childrens Theatre will perform Cinderella Saturday Feb 4 at the New Braunfcls Civic Center at and 4 Children adults Tickets available at the Childrens Museum Proceeds benefit the Chil drens Museum and the New Braun fels Art League scholarship fund Call Jean Wilson at 6090454 for informa tion Rumors benefit Circle Arts Theatres Sunday Feb 5 performance of the Neil Simon play Rumors will benefit the local American Cancer Society and is the premier event promoting the annual ACS Starlight Gala to be held June 6 There will be a wine and cheese reception for everyone attending the 7 per formance Doors open Tickets from Gala Committee members and at Cir cle Arts Theatre For information call Linda at 6296153 or Laurie at 620 1379 Clown Corps Victoria Bank and Trust will sponsor the Free First Tuesday in February at the Childrens Museum The Clown Corps will be on hand to entertain demonstrate marionettes and make bal loon sculptures The Clown Corps will perform at 2 and 4 Feb 7 at no charge Were Meeting Descendants of the founding fam ily of Stephen and Margaretha Hoff mann Klein are planning their first family reunion for Sunday March 19 at Eagles Hall For more information call Jeannette Felger at 6293272 or Dena Rittimann at 6093017 The American Legion Auxiliary meets Feb 2 at the Post Home 410 Coll St Members of Hermann Sons Albert Kypfer Lodge are reminded of the meeting Friday Feb 3 at 7 For the social members are asked to bring sandwiches New Braunfels Hermann Sons Lodge wilt not meet Feb 5 Meet ing has been changed to Feb 12 Meat will be furnished arjd bers bring a covered dish The Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 771 will have their regular stated meeting on Mondays Feb 6 at on the Masonic Hall at 1157 W San Antonio St The Eagles Auxiliary will meet Mon day Feb 6 at Officers to meet at 7 The New Braunfels Optimist Club will meet 6 at 630 pm at Molly Joes 9 Casey Hoak owner Ultra Sonic Blind Cleaning and Repair The New Braunfels NdNycomeni Club will meet Tuesday Fety 7 at trps Senior Center Coffee at meeting at Mr will be the speaker J The Comal County VolurrteWWa unit of the Texas Constitutional Militia will hold a public meeting Feb 7 at 7 The meeting will be held at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooper ative 100 FM 3159 An election of members to the Committee of Safety will take place The public is invited Downtown Association of New Braunfels will hold its next monthly meeting Tuesday Feb 7 at 7 Location is the Faust Hotel where there will be a breakfast buffet in the Abbey Dinner at 7 followed by the program presented by Kristy Davis For more information contact Elaine Wells at 6252947 Caregiver Support Group mets Wednesday Feb 8 at 3 at the Comal County Senior Center 655 Lan da St or call Jan Harrison at 6298181 Charles and Dottle Duke have lived In New Braunfels since 1976 Charles Duke will show a movie at the Guest Night Dinner of the New Braunfels Christian Womens Club Monday Feb 6 at the Holiday Inn The film will be the NASA film of his space flight Only the first 250 reservations can be accepted Cost Is the event runs from 7 to 9 Call 9047348 or 899 7316 for reservations dining room All members and prospective members are invited Those who have not yet paid their dues for 1995 are urged to do so at the Feb meeting Mission Valley Family and Com munity Education Club meets Feb 7 ajtbe Extension Meeting Room at 1995 Cruise Alaska on Holland America OFF ms Nieuw Amsterdam May 20 June 3 July 29 Aug 17 Sept 9 ms Noordam May 18 June 22 July6 Aug 17 Sept 14 133 Landa Street The New Braunfels GermanAmer ican Club will hold its monthly meeting V9t 7 Tuesday Feb 7 at the Bavar ian Village Restaurant Sieglenda Smith will speak on Hummel figurines and Edda Buchner will present ideas for costumes in preparation for the Maskenball Feb 24 The Comal County Genealogy Society will meet Feb 7 at the Victoria Bank and Trust North Building at The speaker will be Harvey Fletch er who will talk about Old Texas Maps Guests are welcomed The New Braunfels Business and Professional Women will meet Wednesday Feb 8 at Holiday Inn at You deserve a new Cadillac Why not Youve worked hard and saved wisely Its time you treated yourself to the luxury transportation of a new Cadillac And Bill Cavendcrs Riata Cadillac in San Antonio is making it possible If you arc trading your current Cadillac or a first time owner now is the time and heres why stock of new and used Cadillacs in South No waiting weelcs for delivery We have what you want Riata is rated as the sales and J service leader for San Antonio and South Texas Thats customer satisfaction A free 800 number to answer J any questions We 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