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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 28, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday June 28 1995 HeraldZeitung 14 Stammtisch Women needed We arc looking for a few good women to participate in our musical comedy depicting famous women from 1UO to the present day This will be part of our 75 year celebration of the passing of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote The show needs singers dancers actresses any woman with a special talent The event Sisters in Suffrage 75 Year Cele bration of the will include a parade picnic supper and a few sur prises Sponsors of the event are Main Street Downtown Association League of Wpmen Voters Democratic and Republican Women Museum Asso ciation Arts Council Business and Professional Women Toastmastcrs and Service League Any person or group interested please attend a meeting at City Hall Council Chambers at July 8 Please call Crandall at 608 2100 for information Thrift shop sale Teen Connection Thrift Shop sum mer clearance sale all items are half off during June Hours are Monday through Saturday 10 to 3 Purchases support the programs of Teen Connection Boys Emergency Shelter Girls Emergency Shelter Edu cational Assessment Center and coun seling services The thrift shop is at 1414 W San Antonio Street Freedom Fiesta Freedom Fiesta will be held June 30 to July 2 at Max Starcke Park East in Seguin Gates open at 6 Friday June 30 Quarter Moon plays from 8 to midnight Gates open at noon Saturday July 1 Live music in the beer garden all day Dan Seals peir forms from 10 to Gates close at 1 Sunday July 2 gates open at noon La Tropa F performs from 8 to midnight Beer garden bands living history exhibits carni val arts and crafts and food booths every day Admission or for carnival only Children under 12 free Tuesday July 4 will feature the Fire cracker Run a parade in downtown Seguin at 10 and fireworks at Starcke Park at 9 Cottage Kitchen The Cottage Kitchen will be hosted by the Heritage Association Guild Fri day June 30 Lunch includes broccoli chicken a green salad rolls and assort ed desserts served from 11 to 1 The Cottage Kitchen is located in the Charles S Cock House Museum at 400 E Hopkins St in San Marcos Proceeds will benefit the Heritage Association Reservations not required Flag raising Bob Quent commander of VFW Post invites the public to the flag raising at the Post Home 600 Were Meeting The Comal County Genealogy Society will not have a meeting in July The next meeting will be Aug 1 at the North Building The New Braunfels Polio Sur vivors Support Group will have its next meeting at 10 Saturday July 1 at the Comal County Senior Cit izens Center Several polio survivors in the New Braunfels area have formed this new support group for polio sur vivors who are suffering the debilitating late effects of polio Interested polio survivors relatives and friends are invited to attend For more informa tion call Debbie at 6065556 Rena at 6204473 or Raymoqd at 6251363 The New Braunfels Optimist Club will not meet Monday July 3 due to the holiday weekend The next meeting will be held at Molly Joes Restaurant at on July 17 American Legion Comal Post meets Thursday July 6 at 410 W Coll St The executive committee meets at 7 and the regular meet ing begins at 8 Unit auxiliary holds its meeting at Because of the Fourth of July being on the first Tuesday of the month the regular meeting of the Comal County Texas Constitutional Militia will be held on the second Tuesday July 11 at 7 at GVTC on FM 3159 just off of Highway 46 A new commander and a secretarytreasurer will be elect ed Public invited The New Braunfels Kiwanls Club meets every Thursday at noon at Vic toria Bank and Trust 1000 N Walnut Guests are welcome New Braunfels Area Car Club meets the last Tuesday of each month at at the Victoria Bank and Trust Annex building The club recog nizes original and modified cars and pickups 20 years and older Visitors are welcome to attend For information contact Bennie Mills at 6205013 Peace Avenue New Braunfels on July 4 The ceremony will start at 9 Senior District Judge Robert T Pfeuf fer will be the guest speaker The Fourth in Bulverde Celebrate July 4 at the Bulverde Community Center from noon to 6 Barbecue chicken for adults for children country store bake sale prize raffle antique farm equipment and auto show attendance prizes games and more Barbecue fundraiser American Legion Post will be hosting its annual barbecue fundrais er July 4 from noon to 4 at the Post Home located at 410 W Coll St The menu will include brisket and sausage with choice of two side dishes bread pickles and onions coffee or tea Advance tickets on sale for for adults and for children 12 and under Advance tickets may be purchased at the Post Home or from your local Legionnaire Tickets at the door will be for adults and for chil dren For information call 6250179 Randolph fireworks A spectacular fireworks display will highlight Randolphs Fourth of July celebration which is open to the pub lic Gates open at 10 and festivities include a carnival bands games and more The ReMax Sky Diving Team will open the festivities Admission is free and visitors are asked to enter through the west gate 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 HOPE Workshop Hispanic Organization for Public Education will hold a workshop with guest speaker Carol Robison chief ol the Juvenile Probation for the county Topic will be the Public School Reform Act of 1995 Meeting will be held at the NBNB Center next to Vic toria Bank Monday July 10 at 7 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