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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 16, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeitung O Friday February 9 Were Meeting The San Antonio Chapter 36th Infantry Division Association is spon soring a spring roundup of everyone from any era who ever wore the T Patch or served in an assigned or attached unit Widows and descen dants are welcome Plan now to be in San Antdnio Tuesday April 16 to Thurs day April 18 at the Holiday Inn River walk at 110 Lexington Ave For information John Mathis at 6567000 The Friends of Dittlinger Memori al Library will meet Thursday Feb 15 at 7 in the meeting room at the library Public invited National Association of Retired Federal Employees Chapter 666 will meet at the Senior Citizens Center Fri day Feb 16 at New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild monthly meeting is at Feb 17 at the First Christian Church on Loop 337 Program will be given by Dot Collins famous for her pioneering work in use of plaid and stripes in quilting Public invited New Lake Area Association of Realtors monthly membership luncheon is at Feb 18 at the Senior Citizens Center Chicken breast wild rice green beans salad roll and cobbler will be served Price is includes food tax and gratuity Speaker Jennifer Covington will speak on Health Care Develop ment in Comal County Call 6256954 or fax 6256980 with your RSVP by the Thursday before the meeting The New Braunfels Optimist Club will meet at Monday Feb 19 at Molly Joes Restaurant Speaker will be David Will horticulture land scape specialist He will discuss antique flower growing The New Braunfels Republican Women will meet Feb 19 from noon to at Capparellis The buffet lunch will be served for per person A minischool will be conducted to teach members and guests how to be better participants at Precinct and County conventions Hispanic Organization for Public Information meets at 7 Feb 19 at the NBNB Building 1000 N Walnut Topic Everything you wanted to know about the gifted and talented program with speaker Marilyn McFarland gifted and talented consultant Education Ser vices Center Region XIII Jo Parra NBISD special programs coordinator and Brenda Kohn CISD instructional coordinator will also be available to answer questions For more informa tion call Sylvia at 6259213 The Social Meeting of the Eagles Auxiliary will be held Monday Feb 19 at Officers to meet at 7 Shirley Jarisch and Patsy Shirley hostesses The American Association of Retired Persons will meet Feb 20 at the Senior Citizens Center 665 Landa Street Meeting starts at refreshments at 9 Members having birthdays in February are asked to bring cookies New members and guests invited New Braunfels Marschund Wan dergruppe meets Tuesday Feb 20 at the Senior Citizens Center on Landa Street Members and guests are invited to arrive at 7 for social hour A brief business meting begins at followed by fun and games A and guests invitation is extended to Winter Texans and others interested in walking for fun and fitness For infor mation call Don Hildebrand at 620 6522 La Leche League of New Braun fels will meet Wednesday Feb 21 at 10 in the meeting room of NBNB Center North 1000 N Walnut St Breastfeeding mothers and babies and motherstobe are invited Call Dana at 6251240 or Mary at 6092889 San Antonio Cactus and Xero phyte Society meets Wednesday Feb 21 at the Garden Center 3310 N New Braunfels San Antonio Visiting at 7 program at The Eagles of New Braunfels Aerie and Auxiliary were to host the District 3 meeting on the first weekend of Feb ruary but due to the bad weather it has been rescheduled for Feb 2325 The Canyon Lake Retired Teach ers will have their regular meeting Feb 26 at am at the Conference Cen ter at Rio Raft in Sattler located on River road Ms Christina Smith of Hos pice New Braunfels will present the program For information call 8994796 The Book Review Club will meet on Tuesday Feb 27 at 10 The book New Braunfels The First Founders by Everett Fey will be reviewed by Baron Schlameus This is a new book written for the New Braun fels Sesquicentennial Newcomers Spring Luncheon will be held at Northcliff Country Club Tues day March 5 from to 2 Cost is For information call Joe or Mary Guzman at 6252223 Public invit ed VFW Post 7110 at 600 Peace Street and Ladies Aux meets every second Wednesday at AIAnon meets every Monday at the 24Hour Club 1142 Eikel St at 8 Call 6250057 for information Grand Opening Thursday Feb 22nd Ribbon Cutting m in our at 207 East San Antonio St Lureaiicm First the scoop Then the shovel If youre planning any excavation work around your home or job site please call your nearest PEC office before you start Striking an underground power line can result in a deadly accident and cut power to surrounding members By locating our underground lines first you can avoid finding yourself in a hole later Pedernales Electric Cooperative Inc 1 1 Bringing Energy to fhe Texas Hill Counfry Horizons 96 Week 7 Days of Special Features Sunday March 24 Sunday March 31 The HeraldZeitung will take you on a written and pictorial tour of the towns a fascinating look at the interesting people and places in Comal County and the surrounding area Youll also meet up close and personal some unsung heroes and our annual Citizen of the Year award winner Youll get to know the best and brightest this area has to offer Horizons 96 The Places We Call also gives you the perfect and professional place to products and services or just say thank you to all your past present and future customers i
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