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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 16, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 8 A HeraldZeitung Friday June Stammtisth Basketball camp St Paul Lutheran Church is offering a summer basketball camp available to students who have just completed grade or 8 Each camp lasts one week and meets daily from 1 to 6 Each day consists of funda mental skills actual game play and bible study All campers receive a T shirt snacks drinks and awards The cost for one session is For more information call 6259191 or John Schwarz at 6259599 Summer recreation program expands The city of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is expand ing the boundaries of the Summer Recreation Program to include all low income children living in the New Braunfels corporate city limits Recre ational and educational activities are available at the Lone Star School and the Latnar School Activities through out the summer will be based on themes such as safety health and fit ness multicultural themes Olympics science arid nature pioneer life around the world and careers Program oper ates Monday Friday noon to Participants must be six to 12 years old and meet residential and income guidelines Session 1 is from June 5 30 Session 2 is from July 10 to Aug 4 Fees range from to per session based on family income For information and registration call 6082167 Fair Queen contestants sought Comal County Fair Association is looking for girls who will be juniors at C1SD or NB1SD this coming school year to participate in the Fair Queens Contest The winners will participate in visiting fairs and festivals for the com ing year and will represent our com munity throughout the South Texas region If you arc interested please contact Flo weekdays during business hours at 6066659 Were Meeting The Comal County Scottish Rite Club will meet at John Newcombes Tennis Ranch off of Highway 46 west of New Braunfels on Friday June 16 All area Scottish Rite Masons are invit ed The speaker for the evening will be Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremer Social hour will be at and dinner at 7 Reservations must be made no later than Tuesday June 13 Members bring a guest Reservations should be called in to Bud Wright at 9643154 or Virgil Gaskins at 625 4403 The New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild meets Saturday June 17 at at the New Braunfels Christian Church Fellowship Hall on Loop 337 Membership is open to everyone On Tuesday June 20 from to 7 Hospice New Braunfels will begin a fiveweek Bereavement Sup port Group for adults who have lost a friend or family member within the past two years The group will meet in Franks Haus the rock house behind the Hospice office at 613 N Walnut For Save your cans The Humane Society of New Braun fels asks all residents to save their alu minum cans for the Paws to Recycle national aluminum can recycling pro gram for animal shelters The local chapter wants you to start saving your cans now so it has a better chance of winning The grand prize is for the shelter that raises the most cans The collection drive runs from Sept 1 to Oct 31 Business counseling The business counselor from UTSAs School of Business is in the Chamber of Commerce office every Tuesday to offer counseling in topics of interest to anyone in business or con sidering starting a business Topics cover financing personnel business planning taxes expansion and many others Also the Business StartUp orientation was well received and will be offered the first Tuesday of each month Appointments may be made for individual counseling and for the orientation by calling 6252385 The service is free and confidential Rummage sale Cub Scout Pack 119 will hold a rum mage sale Saturday from 9 to 1 at Wesley Hall of First United Methodist Church 572 W San Antonio St More than 24 families will con tribute items for the sale Proceeds will benefit the Cub Scout program Wild game dinner A wild game dinner will be held by the Marion FFA and Ag Boosters from to 8 June 17 Auction and raffle at 6 Large plate small plate Call Linda Dreyer at 9142997 Exchange student benefit After working hard to reach her goal of becoming a foreign exchange stu dent Cristi Barlow an honor student from New Braunfels High School has been selected by the Rotary Club Inter national as an ambassador to Chile She will leave New Braunfels some information call Elaine Craig at 625 7500 American Association of Retired Persons will meet at the Senior Center 655 Landa at June 20 Canyon Lake Republican Women will have their regular meeting June 21 at Canyon Lake Action Center The meeting will begin at 10 preceded by a board meeting at 9 Program will be on Americanism in honor of Flag Day and the upcoming celebration of July 4 Guests welcome Call Lucille Biegel at 8993610 for information La Leche League of New Braun fels will be meeting Wednesday June 21 at 10 in the meeting room of NBNB Center North 1000 N Walnut St Breastfeeding mothers and babies and motherstobe are welcome to attend For information call Dana at 6251240 or Mary at 6092889 The Eagles Auxiliary will meet Wednesday June 21 at Offi cers to meet at 7 The Hall is not at Wednesday 14th STEVE CHANDLER 69 NO COVER Friday 16th Mr Outlaw 812 no cover Canyon Lake Hwy 306 FM 2673 Saturday 7th Southern Cow Peas 91 9643992 ROCKNROU ALLYOUCANEATANDMORE PIZZA PASTA SALAD DESSERT BUFFET LUNCH AND DINNER MF 11AM2PM ALL 135 Seguin Ave tourijard Shopping Center 6292424 time this summer and will live for a year in Chile In honor of Christis accomplish ment and as a benefit to raise funds for the program a party has been sched uled for Sunday June 18 at the OAces Patio on River Road The barbecue and live music begins at noon and will continue until 6 The scheduled performers include Al Barlow Braden and OConnor Michael Daniels Band Garry Boggs Band Terri Hendrix and Houston Marrchman The performance is being emceed by John Payne The public is cordially invited to attend A five dollar donation will be requested at the door There will be door prizes barbecue music and fun Open house First State Bank will celebrate its grand opening with an open house June 19 to 23 The ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on June 22 at 4 The bank is located on the Plaza USDA commodities The Community Council of South Central Texas will issue USDA com modities to income eligible families Tuesday June 20 from 9 until they run out at the New Braunfels Christian Church 734 Loop 337 Country kitchen Cottage Kitchen will be held Fri day June 23 at the Charles S Cock House Museum at 400 E Hopkins St in San Marcos Proceeds benefit the Heritage Association Menu smoked ham green bean casserole pasta salad rolls and assorted desserts Lunch is served from 11 to 1 and no reservations are required Chicken barbecue The McQueeney Volunteer Fire Department will hold its 20th annual chicken barbecue and picnic Saturday June 24 at the McQueeney Lions Club building on FM 78 Barbecue serving hours are to and 4 to 9 a drive through service is available during the early serving Small plates are and large plates are Discounts available for advance purchase from any McQueeney fire fighter Bingo at 1 and an auction at 7 Raffle drawing after the auc tion with prizes including a riding lawn mower trip for two to Las Vegas and a trolling motor Childrens games during the day July 4 celebration The Sophienburg Museum and Archives will sponsor the Annual Fourth of July Celebration on the plaza Tuesday July 4 Refreshments will be served at the Sophienburg at 9 Shortly before 10 antique cars and people carrying the American Flag will parade to the Plaza Everyone is asked to join the parade to the Plaza waving the American Flag Don Ferguson will begin the pro gram on the Plaza at 10 and the program lasts about one hour Mary Beth Smith will render the National Anthem and other patriotic songs ew BrsLBinifels A great place to A great place to New Braunfels finest Visitor and Relocation Guide 1 available Tuesday June 20 so the meeting is on Wednesday I OAKWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH IS HOSTING A Aft v 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