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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 15, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 8A 0 HeraldZeltung g Wednesday Januai to Rivcrtrec Subdivision is sponsoring a beginning conversational German class Several class openings remain Call 609139 1 for more information none at the door The New Braunfels Jaycces arc celebrating Jaycee Week Make a world of difference right here at home by joining the Jaycees For more information join us at 8 Jan 25 at the Comal County Fairgrounds music by the Texas Knights or call 6064747 There is a cover charge Water aerobics Was get in shape one of your New Years resolutions Well do it and have fun Water aerobics classes have resumed at the Senior Citizens Center at 5 Mondays Wednesdays and Thursdays with instructor Karen 6294253 or and Tuesdays and Thursdays with instructor Nadya 6259295 Winter Texans are welcome You dont have to be a senior to enjoy and benefit Agree to agree The Unitarian Universalists will have Barbara KemperNolan explain the methods and benefits of the Consensus Process which may be the method our group chooses to make decisions for our congregation We will meet at today at Faith United Church of Christ 970 N Loop 337 All interested in learning about this process are invited Dinner With The Arts Tickets for the 17th annual Dinner With The Arts sponsored by The Greater New Braunfels Arts Council are available at ChinanThings the Art League Gallery downtown and the Chamber office This celebration of the local arts takes place at 5 30 Sunday at the Civic Center The event includes visual art exhibits a catered meal annual arts awards and a stage show this years theme being A Night With Those who become members of the Arts Council will receive a discounted admission For mSmbership dues of for an individual or for a family mail checks payable to New Braunfels Arts Council Box 3 1 1 1 7 1 New Braunfels Texas 781311 171 No tickets will be sold after today and Free cars for a year Win A Car For All a free lease on a new GM car every three months fora year Raffle tickets will be sold at the Senior Citizens Center Red McCombs Universal Motors and ChinanThings Tickets are each or six for You must be 21 years or older to enter For more information call 6095030 Grand Prize will be given away at a dance at the Civic Center on Friday Womens Club luncheon The Christians Womens Club will hold a luncheon from 11 to 1 Tuesday at the Holiday Inn in New Braunfels Reservations are necessary and cancellations essential If not contacted for a reservation call Michele at 6060400 or Jan Keen at 8992277 For information on the free nursery call Christy at 5575057 and on the free senior adult care call Peggy at 6257526 Master community calendar The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce is compiling a detailed calendar of community events for 199798 If you would like your organization included in this calendar please call the Chamber at 6252385 Volunteer with families Family Outreach will be conducting a volunteer training in February For those interested or for more information please call the office at 6201299 Parenting classes Family Outreach is having registration for parenting classes The classes will begin in February Call for more information or to register Theater passes The Circle Arts Theatres 1997 season pass is available at Chinan Things in Landa Plaza and Kristis in downtown New Braunfels The pass offers flexibile use of admissions and represents a 25 percent savings over box office prices No passes will be sold after today sale First United Methodist of Preschoolers is having a huge sale The sale will be held at Wesley Hall on Saturday from 8 to 1 Tables will be available to fellow for each For more information please call Tracy Link at 6291708 Aristocats clinic The Canyon High School Aristocats Dance Team will hold its third annual dance clinic for girls pre K through ninth grade at Saturday Registration will be in the Cougar Den Girls preK through fourth grade will finish at 11 and girls fifth through ninth will fijiish at noon Cost is per girl j Blitz Board elections The Blitz will be electing board members for the coming year at the next meeting scheduled for Sunday at the Church of Christ educational building 1665 Highway 81 West The qualifications are a willingness and love of kids and soccer The Blitz part of New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association is a player development program which uses professional training to enhance soccer skills to enable players to perform at higher competitive levels Eagles Auxiliary The Eagles Auxiliary 2999 will have a special meeting and dinner Tuesday honoring the visit of Grand Madam President Carol Inge Program will start at 6 catered dinner at and short meeting at Dinner reservations are required by Thursday Call 6293224 or send in reservation forms Arthritis therapy Physical Therapy Unlimited and the South Central Texas Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation will co sponsor an Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program Fiveweek classes begin Tuesday Anyone interested must preregister by calling Physical Therapy Unlimited at 6092000 Vineyard Fellowship Vineyard Christian Fellowship of Dallas is sponsoring a new congregation for Comal County The Association of Vineyard Churches is a growing national and international movement of evangelical churches While each congregation is unique all share the common core values of the Bible relationships congregation jfojr mirtistry and sending ministry teams to perform a variety of Services If you are new to Comal Cdunty artd familiar with the Vineyard dr you are currently without a church home but ready for a fresh start please call Scott Tjernagel 6256085 Women a cnamoer Beverly Krock owner of For Goodness a natural food store will speak at the Jan 23 meeting of the New Braunfels Womens Chamber of Commerce on the subject of A Healthier Happier You The meeting will be from to 7 at the Pinto Ranch Grill with a charge with a cash bar The Womens Chamber meets the second and fourth Thursdays of each month Dance wHh the Aristocats All participants are invited to perform with the Canyon High School Aristocats during halftime of the Canyon Cougar basketball game Jan 24 Call Gayna Wommack at 6080353 or Denise Holster at 625 5263 to reserve a place for your child Award will be given to all participants Funds raised during this clinic will be used to help send the Aristocats to competition in Santa Fe in March The Aristocats are currently the state 4A champions Shoot the moon The Comal County Senior Citizens Center Benefit Bridge Tournament will be held starting at Jan 25 at the Senior Center 655 Landa Registration is per person or for a twoparty partnership Fee includes barbecue lunch Four rounds will be played before and four rounds after lunch Cash awards for best rounds high morning high afternoon and high over all Entry forms are available at the Center or call 629 4547 Entry fee must be received by Jan 22 Make checks payable to Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation Straw houses Learn the ins and outs of energy saying strawbale home construction Seminar 10 to 4 Jan 25 at Rebarn 4707 Broadway San Antonio Cost is Pay by check payable to Sarah Rilling Box 1703 Boerne Texas 78006 Deadline for registration is Monday For 210 5375235 or email td Rilling@texas.net call 800 HAT0368 Texas Tomorrow Fund The Comptrollers Office is offering brochures and applications for the Texas Tomorrow Fund the program allows Texas families to provide for their childrens future college education at a current fixed cost The current enrollment period ends Feb 18 1997 For more information or an application contact the Texas Tomorrow Fund at 1800 445GRAD or KuempePs office at 512 4630602 Class of72 The New Braunfels High School Class of 1972 needs help finding addresses for classmates If you can help call Douglas Heilmaim at 6297422 Book review Howard Schulz will review The Ladies of Seneca Falls by Miriam Gurko at the Book Review Club meeting at 10 Jan 28 Small business loans Need a loan for your small business The Small Business Administration will hold a briefing covering the types of SBA loan programs available to the small business community from 11 to noon Jan 29 at the Federal Building 727 E Durango Room A527 in San Antonio No registration Ladles Elks bridge tourney Seguin Elks Ladies Auxiliary will hold its February Bridge Tournament Feb 1 at the Seguin Elks Lodge Lunch and refreshments will be served Tournament starts at 9 with break for lunch and continues to approximately 4 when the prizes will be awarded Make check in the amount of per player to Seguin Ladies Auxiliary and mail to Seguin Elks Ladies Auxiliary No 1229 1331 Early Bird Lane Seguin Texas 78155 Shirley Humphreys BAB convention To familiarize Texas travelers and travel writers with the advantages of staying in Texas bed breakfasts the Historic Accommodations of Texas will hold its 16th annual Convention and Travel Show A Taste of the Good Feb 2 af the University of Conference Center For information Schandua scholarship fund A Charles Schandua Memorial Scholarship fund has been established Schandua died suddenly of a heart attack Jan 2 He was the musicteacher at Goodwin Primary School and had been with the Comal Independent School District since 1979 Donations made out to Schandua scholarship Way be sent to 491 Lone Oak Road New Braunfels 78132 For information call Tom Matschek at 6256251 Kids In transition Family Outreach of ComalCounty will be having the For Kids Sake seminar the second Monday of every month This is a seminar to educate parents on nurturing their children through the transitions of divorce Call Family Outreach for more informatioa Preregistration is required Blood Pressure Clinic McKenna Care Home conduct blood pressure clinics each month at the following locations from 10 to 2 the first Thursday at the HEB Pharmacy from to the second Thursday at Landa Pharmacy from 10 to 2 the third Thursday at WalMart Pharmacy Stephen F Austin School Do you have photos or information on Stephen F Austin School in New riraunfels or the Mexican School which came before it A Southwest Texas University senior is researching the schools and wants to talk to you Please call 6294782 weekdays before 1 or weekends any time Benefit cookbooks Cookbooks to benefit the Joe Hales Memorial Scholarship Fund are now on sale Each recipe was submitted by a mentortutor in the New Braunfels Independent School District Helping One Student To Succeed program The oneofakind recipe books are on sale for and may be purchased at the office at Carl Schurz Elementary School Current tutors may purchase their books at the HOSTS school at which1 they tutor For more information call Linda Bingham If local consumers were asked to name one firm in your line of would they name you New Braunfels residents recently participated in a survey that ranked TopofMind Awarcncss in 36 business categories This survey was conducted by TOMA Research a nationallyknown research firm Many of the survey results will be shared at a FREE seminar Learn statogies to help you increase your TopofMind Awareness At this fastpaced and lively seminar you will also learn how to get the most from your advertising budget which could be worth hundreds of dollars to your business Would you believe that in a recent 68 could not name a financial advisor 78 could not name a roofing company 68 could not name a chiropractor Find out how you rank among your competition The TOMA Seminar Date and Time Wednesday January Continental breakfast served at Seminar starts at Seminar Location Senior Citizens Center rr i A 665 Landa IUMA New Braunfels Ml SI AHCH HOW to Register Fax the coupon or call 210 6259144 ext 204 or 208 This lively and informative seminar is sponsored by The New Braunfels Heraldlettung To register return or FAX the following to 210 or RSVP to 210 nl 204 or 208 J YDS please register me to attend the TOMA seminar Name Title Company Phone City D No I wont be able to make he TQM A seminar but please have an associate comaeme fpr a presentation CLOSED OPEN FRIDAY JANUARY 17 NOON UNTIL 1OPM You wont want to tills Everything In the store will be sale priced Be therel M HUI nJUKCiwinmic mis ta Important savings event you cant afford to miM Lacks MidWinter Inventory Clearance Be a part of history in the making ONE MILLION DOLLAR WALLTOWALL INVENTORY SAVE Every Living Room Every Sola Every Chain Every Loveseat Every Sectional Every Sleeper Every Reclmer and much much morel REVOLUTIONARY SAVINCS Every Bedroom Every Chest Every TV Every Bunk Bed Every Stereo Every Mattress Set Every Youth Bedroom and much much morel OUTSTANDING SAVINGS Every Dining Room Every Dinette Every China Every Every Lamp Picture Every Refrigerator Every Desk and much much morel I I ALL SALES ARE FINAL Nothing held back Absolutely Everything fe on Prton ckwly narlwl on mrjf Mpvtf Down April V LACKS
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