New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 1, 1996, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 01, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 1, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 8A □ Herald-Zeitung □ Sunday, December 1, 1996 Preparation under way for 4th Jingle Bell Run The fourth annual Red McCombs Family Outreach Jingle Bell Run, 5-K Run, Walk, Kids’ Ks & Auction is set for 9 a.m. Dec. 14 in beautiful Landa Park. The race benefits Family Outreach, a local non-profit group that works to “build better families” through counseling and educational programs. Watch Glowfest kick off with 40-plus hot air balloons flying overhead while lacing your jingle bells on your shoes. Run this fast, record-breaking course in costume with Jingle Bells on your shoes. This year features new awards, a hot breakfast from Pinto Ranch Grill, libations from Wholesale Beers and long sleeve shirts with a four-color design. The fabulous auction under a huge tent features incredible bargains to kick.off your Christmas shopping. Five-K Run awards are in five-year age groups from 7 to 70, with the top three male and female walkers each receiving awards. The top three boys and girls in the Kids’ 1-K and 1/2-K get awards with ribbons for all the children participating. Registration is $13 early and $16 race day; the Kids’ K is $10 with a shirt or $5 without. Registration forms are at Red McCombs Universal Motors at 699 W. San Antonio St. and at Comprehensive Fitness on Dec. 9 through Dec. 13. Be sure to bring a canned good or toy for charity. Remember that the Glowfest balloons will be tethered for the “Glow” at 5:45 p.m. at Prince Solms Parks. For more information call Susan Phillips at 609-5030. (Submitted by Susan Phillips) SA. College course focuses on pluralism A new team-taught, interdisciplinary course on “American Pluralism and Identity” will be offered by San Antonio College in the spring semester. Professors from the history, English and sociology departments will teach the course, which will focus on the Mexican-, African- and German-American cultures. Credits will transfer to UTSA as an interdisciplinary elective. “The course will explore the common American cultural values of community, family, work, self-determination, spirituality and education,” said sociology professor Clyde Hudgi ns. Hudgins added that field trip destinations will include the San Antonio Central Library genealogy data base, the Institute of Texan Cultures and the historic district of TexSur National Bank GREAT NEWS NEW BRAUNFELS!! OUR EXPERIENCED STAFF IS READY TO MEET YOUR BANKING NEEDS COME SEE LARRY OR BETTY AT OUR NEW LOCATION 1012 W. 1-35, New Braunfels, Texas 78130 (210) 606-3058 Larry Brumbelow President New Braunfels Branch IMI. PWC Betty Brown New Accounts Equal Opportunity Caudal (if Christmas cards available marking Fcsttage New Braunfels. “American Pluralism and Identity,” I DST 2378, will meet from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Class space is limited, and early registration is encouraged. Students may register by phone at (210) 554-1900 now through Dec. 18 and Jan. 7 to 9 (8 a m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 8 a m. to 6 p.m. Fridays, and 8 a m. to I p.m. Saturdays) or on campus Jan. 7 to 9. To phone register, current students must clear registration holds and new students must wait five to seven days after completing admissions. For more information about “American Pluralism and Identity” call (210) 733-2555 or Professor Hudgins at (210) 733-2817. (Submitted by San Antonio College) Festtage in New Braunfels Christmas cards are available to the public. “Due to many requests, last year's colorful Calendar of Events card, depicting the Downtown Plaza complete with Christmas decorations, has been reprinted this year as a Christmas card,” said Marion Benson, chair of Festtage in New Braunfels. Each year, the previous year's Calendar of Events card will be retired to become a Christmas card. The beautiful 5-inch-by-7-inch cards are being sold in packages of 12 cards, complete with 12 envelopes for $10 a package. The cards are handsomely printed in bright Christmas colors and varnished for preservation. “This is a great way to support the Festtage program and share the beauty of our community with others during the holiday season,” Benson said. “The sale of the cards is a fund-raising effort by the Festtage Committee. Profits from the cards will go into the Christmas lighting fund of Festtage in New Braunfels/Braunfels Foundation Trust.” Cards may be purchased at the following locations: The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce; The Hummel Museum; China-n-Things; The Children’s Museum in New Braunfels; Collected Memories; Sundance Golf Course; Johnson Furniture Co.; The Collection; Accents; Sophienburg Museum and Archives; New Braunfels Penny Saver; Gaylynn’s Creations; The Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture; The Gables (Gruene) and Cotton-Eyed Joes (Gruene). Festtage in New Braunfels is a REVIVAL SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1 AT 10:00 AM & NIGHTLY DECEMBER 1-6 AT 7 PM LOCATION: VICTORY TEMPLE CHURCH 1121 OASIS NEW BRAUNFELS, TX 78130 (Next door to Molly Joe’s) Evangelist Larry Rogers (rom Hot Springs. Arkansas Sign/Gift Ministry - Special Singing Nightly Prayer for Sick - Healing Service For Info: 608-1300 or 625-7491 Pentecostal Church of God Enjoy Great Dining at the Plaza Diner in Historic Downtown New Braunfels Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Evening Specials; Broiled Salmon with Basil Cream Sauce Fresh Basil Pesto w/ Chicken over Bowtie Pasta Mon - Thurs 10:30am-9pm; Fri & Sat 8K)0am-9:00pm Sun 8XX)-2:(X)pm 367 Main Plaza program of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce and Braunfels Foundation Trust. For more information regarding the Christmas cards or other Festtage activities, please contact the chamber office at 625-2385. (Submitted by Anna Lee Hicks) Have you given to the United Way? Ultimate Home Theater 18" Mini Dish for only s23’2 per month W A C Includes standard installation an i yw ” " i . Call (210) 606-3620 The Best Television Comes on a Dish! Posturepedicf MATTRESS EVENT SEALY POSTUREPEDIC: DESIGNED TO PROVIDE YOUR BODY WITH THE PROPER SUPPORT FOR A GOOD NIGHTS REST vs# DELIVERY OF EVERY SEALY POSTUREPEDIC* (Limited area) SETUP & REMOVAL OF YOUR OLD SLEEP SET 90-DAYS SAME AS CASH (With Approved Credit) Johnson Furniture Co. 283 South Seguin Avenue • New Braunfels • 625 5321 New Braunfels9 14th Annual Christmas ShowcaseArts CraftsNov. 30 & Dec. I Sat 10-5 Sun. 10-5few Braunfels’Civic Center] Admission: 13 & Over $2.00; Under 12 FREE Upcoming Christmas Events: November 29 - Downtown Christmas Tree Lighting and Parade December 5 - Wassailfest(CAA OO ^ ^ W •    GiveawayDowntown Dollars Register at any Downtown Business displaying the Green Sign Final Drawing to be held December 13 (Downtown Discovery Day) El OI El    3E3BlJUlJil    [email protected]) ;

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