New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 29, 1995, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 29, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 29, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, March 29.1995 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 7 AHabitat For Humanity starts its second home To many, Sunday March 26 was a dreary, rainy day . But not to Leesa Ryan’s family and friends and Comal County Habitat for Humanity. The lack of sunshine didn’t dampen the spirits of the group gathered at 1618 W. Bridge St. for the groundbreaking service of the second house that will be built by Comal County Habitat. To a curious passerby, it may have seemed strange to see a crowd standing in an empty lot with umbrellas poised to keep the drizzle off. But it wasn’t. Instead, it was old friends and new friends gathered around the Ryan family in a show of support for a dream of theirs that will be a reality in a few months. To them, it wasn’t an empty space with only stakes and ribbons for walls, but a home in which the New Braunfels family will live. Leesa Ryan, her son Christopher, and daughters Jessica and Jamie, will become the proud owners of the second CCHFH house. Comal County Habit for Humanity President Phil Rogers welcomed everyone and began the service by telling the crowd about CCHFH’s goals to not only finish the Ryan home in the next few months, but to place a third family in a home this year. He stressed the importance and the hope of involving at least 70 percent of the area churches. Officiating religious leaders were introduced one at a time, each taking a turn blessing every aspect of the project. Rev. Ray Bizer began with the invocation. Blessings were bestowed upon the ground by Pastor Oberstar. Rev. Walter Fleming blessed the builders and building. Pastor Mark McKinney blessed the new homeowners and Gus Bleitzer Sr., coordinator between CCHFH and Target, blessed the work for HFH. A collection was taken up to help defray CCHFH’s construction costs. The prayer dedication was given by Rev. Ray Bizer. After Pastor Mark McKinney ended with the benediction, Sebastian Alvarado, CCHFH con- Toon and the family that will move into the house, Leesa Ryan, son Christopher and daughters Jessica and Jamie. Habitat Site Supervisor Sebastian Alvarado, Bob Morrell and Bed West of the building committee and Tommy Toon of Target survey plans for the house. struction supervisor, and homeowner Leesa Ryan moved the first shovelful of dirt. Leesa’s children also got a chance to break the ground of their future home. Several of the CCHFH members and Lcesa’s friends came forward to participate in the digging to close the service. The family's excitement couldn’t be missed as Leesa repeated, “This is so awesome!" more than once. The children were all smiles as they stepped over the pink nbbon markers and Leesa jokingly told them “to get out of her living room.” Tommy Toon of Sun Builders attended as a Target representative. The Ryan house will be built by Habitat volunteers with the help and support of Target through the “Building a Wonderful Life” program. It is a joint venture formed between Target and Habitat International, where Target shows community support by helping to fund homes in as many towns as possible when they bring in a new store. Target not only provides funds, they also provide volunteers from among their employees and construction crew that is building their store. After the majority of the crowd left, CCHFH volunteers Sebastian Alvarado, Bob Morrell, Bert West, and Tommy Toon stood in the drizzle looking over the blueprints and finalizing plans to start construction. The projected date for completion is mid-July. Volunteers will be needed to start framing around May I. Both skilled and unskilled volunteers are needed. Anyone who would like to help is invited to call 625-7005. A Dean L Zincone, M.D. FAMILY PRACTICE 908 E. Court Seguin, Texas 78155 Medicaid, Medicare Assignment Accepted Blue Cross - Blue Shield Provider New Patients Welcome Office Hours: 8 a m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday 401-4401 J Symphony concert set in Seguin The Mid-Texas Symphony will welcome a new guest conductor and a former guest artist for its Appl 2 performance in Jackson Auditorium on the Texas Lutheran College campus in Seguin. The concert begins at 4 p.m. At the baton will be Yoichi Uda-;gawa, a conductor on the faculty of the Boston Conservatory. Appearing • as guest artist will be Heather Zim-. merman, who performed with the Mid-Texas Symphony at the age of 12. Music on the program includes Rossini’s "Barber of Seville Ov erture” and Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 5 in .C minor." Zimmerman will be featured in Saint Saens’ “Violin Concerto No. 3 in B minor.” At the Boston Conservatory', Uda-gawa conducts the Ballet and the New Music Ensemble and teaches graduate conducting. He is also a rehearsal assistant to Christopher Hogwood of the Handel and Haydn Society in Boston and serv es as a research assistant to Gunther Schuller. He has previously served as assistant conductor to the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra. He has strong ties to Texas, having served as music director of the Community Symphony of Austin and the Austin Chamber Symphony. He received his bachelor of arts degree in music from the University of Texas at Austin in IS»85 He lias studied under Seiji Ozawa of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Gunther Schuller, and Monhiro Okabe of the Toho School in Tokyo. His studies abroad have taken him to Tokyo and Berlin. Zimmerman is currently a sophomore at the University of Michigan, studying with Steve Shipps. She began violin lessons at the age of three. At the age of eight she performed with the Western Piedmont Chamber Symphony, playing 18 school concerts for 8,000 children. At age ll, she won the Talent Search Contest for the Winston-Salem Symphony in North Carolina with a performance with the orchestra as the pnze. At age 14, she performed with the W estern Piedmont Chamber Orchestra. During high school, Zimmerman participated in the European tour of the International Music Program of the North Carolina School of the Arts and studied at the Meadowmount School of Music in New York and the Encore School of Music in Cleveland, Ohio. She has studied with Kevin Lawrence at the North Carolina School of the Arts, Richard Luby at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and has taken a master class from Joseph Gingold. In Nov. of this year, Zimmerman will perform with the Western Piedmont Symphony in Hickory, North Carolina. Udagawa and Zimmerman will both remain in Seguin to conduct and perform with the orchestra during the annual Children’s Concerts to be held Monday in Seguin and Tuesday in New Braunfels. Each year, thousands of elementary school children in Comal and Guadalupe counties arc invited to hear the orchestra perform, free of charge. Tickets for the concert are $9 for adults, $8 for senior citizens and college students, and $3 for students through high school age. They are available in New Braunfels at the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce and at Accents. Tickets will also be available at the door. Cal’ 629-0336 for more information. Story Idea? Call 625-9144 CkapazzaC Country Q6u6 J Bring This Reduced Price Coupon ind Coine On Out & Pby The J FINEST GREENS IN TEXAS! GREEN FEES* 1/2 CART $1500* - Weekdays (Reg. Price $18.50 plus tax) $22°°* - Weekends & Holidays (Reg Price $23.50 plus tax.) ‘Plus Tai. Coupon Not Valid For Tournament. New Golt Cert nett! 1-800-707-1313 Proper Attire Must Be Worn MUST CAU FON TU TSK Membership Available aoo Chaparral Or. 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