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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 9, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Herald2 situng g Wednesday April 011A Stammtisch Sexual Assault Awareness April has been proclaimed Sexual Assault Awareness Month Green ribbons are available at the Womens Center to wear in support for the awareness of survivors of sexual assault in our community Call 620 7520 to have a presentation for your group club or business Visitor Center volunteers The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce needs volunteers for the new Highway Visitor Center planned to open in midMay The Chamber currently has a great volunteer core but new volunteers are needed to staff the new center Anyone interested can call Lyndi Moon at the Chamber office 6252385 SVHS class off87 The Smithson Valley High School Class of 1987 has planned its 10year reunion for July 5 1997 Information was mailed out March 15 If you are a classmate or know of a classmate who has not received the information please call 9044733 or 9044009 to update addresses Collectors showcase Space for dealers is still available for the Collectors Showcase and Sale from 9 to 5 May 31 The event is sponsored by the New Braunfels Conservation Society Call 6292943 for information Positive development The Unitarian Universalists will have Judy Albrecht school psychologist speak on Building Resiliences A Positive Approach to Personality Development at today at the Faith United Church of Christ 970 N Loop 337 Her information should help to understand attributes that should be nurtured in us all Child care is available the public is invited Call 6294262 for information Bereavement support Hospice New Braunfels will sponsor a fiveweek Bereavement Support Group for adults starting today in the rock house behind Hospice The group is open to anyone who has a friend or family member who had died within the past two years Call 6257500 for infbinmation Womens Chamber The Womens Chamber A Moment for Me at Thursday at Treetops Riverside Grill will feature Getting Involved with Sandy Kelley of the Historic Outdoor Art Gallery Bart Bartholomew with Habitat for Humanity and Bonnie Sarkozi of the city of New Braunfels Admission is for members for guests American Forum The American Forum Chapter 1014 is holding its monthly meeting at 7 Thursday at the American Legion Hall Post 179 on Coll Street Aggie Club The Texas Aggie Club will hold a happy hour at Thursday at The Old Icehouse located at 1407 West Highway 81 Sts Peter and Paul Sock Hop A 50s Sock Hop to benefit Sts Peter and Paul Youth Representatives to the National Youth Conference in Kansas City will be held for adults 21 and older from 8 to midnight Friday Admission to the nonalcohol party will be a couple and will include refreshments and entertainment Call 6251243 to RSVP Eden Home rummage sale Eden Home Team One will hold a rummage taco and bake sale from 9 to 1 April 25 in the Friendship Room Iris Show The New Braunfels Iris Society presents its 31st Iris Show Catching the Glow from 1 to 4 Saturday at First United Methodist Church Wesley Hall 572 W San Antonio St There is ample parking on Mill Street directly behind the church Admission is free plants will be for sale Meet District 4 candidates Voters can meet 1997 Dist 4 City Council candidates at 9 Saturday at Gruene Hall sponsored by the Gruene Homeowners Association The forum will include position statements and a questionand answer period Law seminar Employment Strategies 97 a preventive law seminar is set for 9 Saturday at Texas Lutheran University The seminar will focus on strategies designed to take care of employees protect the business and stay out or court Registration cost prior to today is and will include lunch For information call 210 3728047 or 6580222 ext 8047 Loan Oak anniversary The Lone Oak Cemetery Association invites all members descendants of families and friends to the 100th Anniversary Celebration 3 Saturday at Loan Oak Cemetery across from Friedens Church near Geronimo A reception with catered meal follows Community Chorale The New Braunfels Community Chorale will present a concert of Broadway tunes at 4 Sunday at First United Methodist Church Tickets may be purchased from chorale members ChinanThings or Johnson and will be available at the door Walking club luau The New Braunfels Marsch und Wandergruppe Club will meet at 6 Tuesday at Landa Park Pavilion 16 for a Hawaiian Luau Call 625 0742 or 6292229 by Sunday to make reservations Weekend of the Young Child A citywide celebration of the Week of the Young Child will be 9 to noon April 18 at the Landa Park Playground Activities will include games story telling McGruff fire trucks EMS and more Future of New Braunfels New Braunfels Title Company and Norwest Bank will sponsor a presentation by Mayor Jan Kennady John Dierksen chairman of the citys Comprehensive Plan Steering committee Paula DiFonzo NBU Greg Malatek TxDot and Mike McAnelly consultant to the city from Wilbur Smith Associates of Houston on The Future of New The presentation will be from 9 to 11 April 18 at New Braunfels Holiday Inn For information and reservations call New Braunfels Title Company at 6257553 or stop by any of their three Comal County offices in Canyon Lake or New Braunfels Freiheit junior bowling Young people ages 16 as of April 19 up for junior bowling at Freiheit The fee is per person for four weeks Call 6250372 for information Womens Chamber retreat The New Braunfels Womens Chamber of Commerce will hold an allmember retreat from 2 to 5 April 20 led by Vice Chair Alane Cameron The retreat will be held at Winding Highway 311 15 miles from New Braunfels Spouses friends and family are invited to join the members at 5 with a barbecue dinner from to 7 For information call Susan Phillips at 6095030 Plaza Nites Main Street and the Downtown Association present Plaza Nites at 7 each Thursday night in April Barren Schlameus will perform The Comal Community Band will play Thursday Rosy y los Muchachos will present Mariachi music April 17 Tom McDermott will sing contemporary tunes April 24 For information call Susan Phillips at 6095030 Prayer services House of Refuge Christian Fellowship 438 S Interstate 35 is holding special prayer services at 7 on six consecutive Sundays beginning April o and concluding May 11 The topic of the services is Answer Us A Cry for Divine The multiracial multidenominational ministry team for the services is from several local congregations Call 6200932 or 625 6085 for inforrnation Small business loans The Small Business Administration will hold a Loan Program Briefing for small businesses engaged in international trade import and export at 11 Thursday 727 E Durango Federal Building Fifth Floor in San Antonio There will be no charge Call 210 5725917 for information Church Women United Church Women United of Comal Countys Spring Luncheon will be Friday in the Fellowship Hall of First United Methodist Church Tickets are Proceeds will go to the Womens Center Tickets can be purchased from First United Methodist Church St Paul Lutheran Church First Protestant Church Faith UCC Church or the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church Exmilitary wives The Coalition of Former Military Wives is a support group for women who are divorced or about to be divorced from their military spouses It will meet at 2 Sunday at Water Street Oyster Bar 7500 Broadway at Nacogdoches Lincoln Heights Shopping Center The topic is All Thats Beautiful for 1997 You The guest speaker will be Shirley Baumann cosmetic consultant Circle of Beauty Rural schools reunion The 32nd reunion of schools will be held from 1 to 6 Sunday at the Knights of Columbus Hall Bring sandwiches cake pie cookies or chips Tommie Vanek will provide music For more information call 9047242 Republican field trip Canyon Lake Republican Women will take a field trip of the regular meeting for April 16 The trip will be to WashingtonontheBrazos State Historical Park site of the Declaration of Independence from Mexico entry fee and luncheon arrangements are being made Transportation will be by car pool telephone committee will give details at a later date Fair Association meets There will be a mandatory meeting of the Comal County Fair Association at 7 April 16 in the Arts and Crafts Hall Executive board will meet at 6 Packets will be handed out to each drover and director Dittlingor notes Popular author Susan Wittig Albert will present two programs during National Library Week at the Dittlinger Memorial Library Albert is the author of the China Bayles mystery series which is set in the Texas Hill Country Her program at 2 April 17 is Writing from Memory Telling Your Lifes The 7 program is Partners in led by her and her husband and co author Bill Albert For information call 6082150 Help with tax returns Taxaid volunteers will provide tax preparation assistance to senior citizens and others on a firstcome basis This is a free service Please bring supporting paperwork W2 and 1099s and last years tax return Times and sites are 10 to 2 Wednesdays and Saturdays at the Dittlinger Memorial Library 1 to 5 Tuesdays and Thursdays and 9 to 1 Saturdays at the Senior Center and 1 to 4 Wednesdays and 9 to noon Saturdays at the Canyon Lake Action Center Beauty inside and out Melanie Rae Ambs Mrs New Braunfels 1997 is holding Beauty Inside Out A Workshop for The halfday workshop is for girls ages 13 through 18 Speakers are local business owners Mayor Jan Kennady and MelRae Ambs Proceeds will benefit Outreach of Comal County The workshop is April 19 and costs Call 6430223 for information Fiesta Soccer Madness New Braunfels Youth Soccer is sponsoring The Fiesta Madness 3V3 Soccer Tournament April 19 and 20 All registered players between 8 and 18 are eligible To register call 625 9348 Aggie Muster The Comal County Club will hold Aggie Muster at the New Braunfels Civic Center April 21 Fellowship will begin at 6 dinner at and a program at The speaker will be Bob Ellis golf coach Catering will be provided by the New Braunfels Smokehouse For information and reservations call 6295600 in Customer Satisfaction Three EZ Steps 1 Come in and Pick out your home 2 File your taxes 3 Move into a new home next week wac 6080304 Exit 191 New Braunfels NEW BRAUNFELS CIVIC CENTER I35North exit Lake McQueeney turn left on Seguin APRIL 12 13 SAT 10AM5PM SUN 10 AM5PM One Dollar Off On Purchase of or more at partici exhibitors only Limit one coupor per customer April 12 13 PARKING Admission 12 Sorority Founders Day All inactive members of Beta Sigma Phi are invited to atl end its Founders Day Reunion at 10 April 24 at TBarM Cost is 511 per person Reservations must bis made by April 9 Call 6254703 BPW Auction The New Braunfels Business Professional will meet at April 9 at the Holiday Inn A reservation is required for dinner Guest speaker is Christina Smith of Hospice New Braunfels The auction will raise funds for local scholarships of each given to a graduating senior from New Braunfels and Canyon high schools The 8 auc ion has no admission and is opei to all comers Call 6092580 for reservations and information Flag retirement A flag retirement is being sponsored by The Guadalupc Valley American Legion Post 15 and Auxiliary and Sts Peter and Paul School Please bring worn out flags to the school during rcgulai school hours or to First Commercis I Bank 654 Landa Street The ceremony will be 9 April 25 in the school parking lot Call 6092721 for information Minority Job Expo As many as 220 firms will seek workers at the eighth annual National Minority Job Fair from 10am to 4 April 10 and 11 in Strahan Coliseum on the Southwest Texas State University campus For information call SWT Career Services at 512 2452645 Meet the Candidates The Garden Ridge Area Republican Women will ho it Meet the Candidates Night with optional barbecue dinner at Paul Bavin Park at 6 April 14 Dinner tickets must be purchased in advance from members or call 6519061 or 651 5732 Candidates will be presented at 7 House building contest A house building contest is being sponsored by CAS A of South Central Texas and the Childrens Museum in New Braunfels Categories include Kids 10 and under Open Adult group Youth groups 18 and under and Most original not built from a There is no entry fee if you donate the finished structure to the Childrens Museum and CASA for a silent auction Otherwise the fee is for kids younger than 10 10 for youth groups and for everybody else Entries will be judged and prizes will be awarded Rules are available at the Childrens Museum in the New Braunfels Factory Stores All entries must be at Gruene Hall by 5 on Thursday For more information contact Dick Martin 9072212 Project WILD New Braunfels Parks and Recreation will sponsor a Project WILD workshop for educators from 9 to 4 April 22 Participants qualify for six hours of TEEAC credit and will receive the Project WILD Activity Guide The cost is r i J Everyonewhose name is on i PAGE 19 I oftheNewBraunfelsPhone Book I WINS A 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