New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 25, 1996, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 25, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 25, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Week of the Young Child to be celebrated Friday in Landa ParkHerald-Zeitung O Thursday, April 25,1996 □ 3 Mayor Paul Fraser proclaimed April 21 to 27 as “The Week of the Young Child” in New Braunfels. With the reading of the proclamation, New Braunfels joined an annual national celebration begun in 1971 by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Local organizations plan to celebrate the week with a morning of fun in Landa Park on Friday, April 26, from 9 a.m. till noon. A year ago two local child care providers, Homespun EC1 end Comal County Head Start, invited fellow day care providers to join them for a morning in the park in recognition of the week. “It was very informal," said Delia Gomez, center director for the Comal Head Start Program. “We really just invited day cares and preschools to come to the park on their own, and we had a few hands-on activities planned, and the fire department brought a truck. We were surprised by the attendance — about 200. It was a good experience.” This year Gomez and Irene Chapa, inclusion coordinator for Homespun ECI, put in calls to other organizations and formed a planning committee both for the one-day celebration and in order to carry out the larger purpose of the week—to call attention to the importance of the early childhood years in laying the foundation for children’s success in school and later life. As a result of their efforts, this year’s celebration will have many more activities and participants. Planners for the event include Head Start, Homespun ECI, The Children’s Museum in New Braunfels, Teen Connection and J & R Gymnastics. “We are planning for 300 to 500 children, but we’ll be able to handle it because we have more people and organizations involved than last year." The Children’s Museum will provide bubbles, face painting, play clay and slimy goo. Homespun will have a “go fish” booth and a necklace stringing activity. J&R Gymnastics is providing gym equipment and parachute games. Volunteers from Teen Connection and New Braunfels High Boys’ State donation Wurstfost Association President Rusty Brandt presents a chack to Cecil Konkel and Mike McDonald of American Legion Post #35. The funds will allow one student from this area to participate In the annual American Legion Boys' State Program. Receiving a proclamation from Mayor Paul Fraser, which declared April 21-27 as the Week of the Young Child are: Susan Williams, Michael Guenzel, and Libby Guenzel and Ramona Reyes. School VIP students will assist with die activities. Special visitors include the police department’s McGmff, Schlitterbahn’s Baron von Tubin and Clown Jim Miller. Fire department personnel, NBU’s Safe Haven, the D.A.R.E. program and Miss Sutton the Story Lady will also be on hand. Hie Gown Corps will sculpt balloons for children and the Landa Parte Miniature Train will offer two-for-one train rides for the whole day. “We’ve had a lot of support from our local businesses, too. Both McDonalds donated juice and items for the “go fish” booth and other prizes for participants were donated by Mr. Gat-ti’s, TCBY, Walmart, Pizza Hut, Wei-dner’s Flowers, Lenise’s Flower Shop, Schlitterbahn and the Children’s Museum.” According to NAEYC, the nation’s largest organization of early childhood professionals with more than 90,000 members, the purpose of which is to focus public attention on the needs of young children and their families and to support the early childhood pro grams and services that meet those needs. VU I >()()( J J ar'den v presents Gardening tile Organic Way April 2 7 (a) I pm Conic by un Saturday and team the differences between good bogs and bad bugs and how to use the good ones in your garden Also, how to incorporate organic fertilizers and other organic matter for a beautiful, and healthy gender Coff 608-9 I 60 for more information 658 Landa Street * New Braunfels “SLIM JIM” H Get more out of life. Recycle. RIH* SIGNS OF SPRING] ly Gufld Benefit Style Show Sample \T-JT    Friday, April 26, 7:00 pm, Cleanout    N.B.    Civic    Center Admission $4 Presented by Mission Valley Texfiles and Retail Outlet Tickets available at the Retail Store, Deb, or at the Door. aa    Stilts    ^    mod Sit/Mt /tot0(Um mmd Mission Vafley Tex ties, Inc, since 1922 MILL OUTLET STORE 490 McKenna Corner of McKenna & Porter St. New Braunfels. Texas 620-4607 PORTER o i X ut X Factory a Outlet Mall 4 IH-35 -* AUSTIN CITY COUNCIL r+. DISTRICT S 0 JIM HENDRICKS VOTE. irs YOUR RICHT Vh« ABC'* of a JIM HENDRICKS Vol* means to you... A ble Representation B atter Understanding C rime-free Neighboilioods „ D eclslvo Decisions Cased on Tacts taWutoi. I Bats# NCT 5 itility Rate Increases 'ublfc Use Facilities bfHome^wnership ride Q uality ol A esponsive to Your Needs ;T 5 Man/Woman Power .    ________IDR RIGHT! W ater Issues addressed. Y S^^hendroved Wrong I ealous and Productive Pursuits and a Zillion (libel Positives I CITY COUNCIL < DISTRICT S lid JIM HKNDRICKS rm r sam ia.ii.wi '•—mr -    *-■- IWW*. Wi iwrik. Mw n..** I* me PlwwUS-Hn Hearing Problems! Take a look inside your ear canal The Video Otoscope is a mimiaturized camera that displays an exceptionally clear picture of your ear canal on a full-color monitor and then prints out a color photograph. So you can see for yourself if there is a wax problem. lf you wear a hearing aid, the Video Otoscope can help determine the cause of fitting and other problems. WHERE: WHEN: WHAT: WHO: McKenna Memorial Hospital Friday, April 26 IO am to 3 pm Video Otoscopy Hearing Screening Consultations Provided by McKenna Hospital & Dottle Will’s Advanced Hearing Aid Associate 620-4327 Sponsored by: DOTTIE WILL’S ADVANCED HEARING AID ASSOCIATES 620-HEAR McDonald's Pocket Change VALUES! McDonald’s* Homestyle Burger. McChicken’ Sandwich, or Filet-O-Fish* Sandwich Each Extra Value Meal Just $2.89! All Extra Value Meals Include Large fries & Medium Soft Drink! McDonald’s McDonald’s 1201 East 1H-35    1035    1H-35    East New Braunfels, TX    New    Braunfels,    TX 78130    78130 Printed in the United States of America ©1996 McDonald's Cor ;

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