New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 11, 1997, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 11, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 11, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas A Old Gruene Market Days May 17 & 18 IO am - 6 pm Over IOO vendors featuring unique craft items in a turn of the century shopping and entertainment district WfVi Nm BRAONTEUO . ^ intR UiBflM to fightSundayMother's Day • 2 p.m. Sponsored by:Amorican Legion Post 35 Held at Comal County Sportsman's Club. 252 S. Kowald In. north of Canyon High School For More Information,Call 625-5535 UoOMO #1-74-1553280-4 Top readers Service award Photo submitted Coleman Associates congratulate Andy Tics, blow mold operator, on 10 years of excellent sarvica. Photo submitted First-grade scholars in Bridgstte Dawson’s and Linda Smith’s classes at Sts. Pater and Paul School have read more than 2,000 Accelerated Readers and successfully passed computerized accelerated reader tests. The most adventurous student has been a character from Jeff Brown’s book, Flat Stanley. Flat Stanley has bean back to school many times. The most exciting trip was seeing Flat Stanley arrive by an 18-wheeler. The school has had a great year, and Invites th# community to visit Students donate $500 to Women’s Center On April 11 th, the Comal County Women’s Center was privileged to accept a very special donation from the students of Sts. Peter and Paul School, an impressive donation in the I amount of $500. The Women’s Center will use this money to handle ; the general operating costs of running a shelter, to purchase supplies for an active Children’s Program and to assist families who are leaving the shelter to establish a new household, free from the violence in their past. ’ Clearly, this donation will benefit many of our clients, but what is truly • Extraordinary is that in raising these funds, the Saints Peter and Paul • students have already given to otliers , in their community. Here is how they • did it: The children at Sts. Peter and Paul • decided that instead of “giving up’’ . something for Lent, they might make a larger and more significant by “giving to” others. They committed themselves to doing good deeds for „ others during the Lenten period. Each • time a student helped another, by Cleaning a classroom for a teacher or C by holding the door for an elderly ! person, a piece of purple construction paper was linked and added to the Itudent body’s “chain of good r tleeds.” This chain eventually consisted of 1,822 links, which is 2,822 acts of kindness. The students did not limit themselves to these generous activities; they also asked the people Photo submitted Students at Saints Pstar and Paul School assemble in the gymnasium to present a donation to representatives of the Comal County Women’s Cantar and to loam how that money will help to combat domestic violence and sexual assault in New Braunfels. ffiabariaitfftnatrg taurant anti Pier garten Authentic German and American Food & Atmosphere "Entertainment far the Whole Family" Mo i lil ies Day Sim.< iai. Sunday, May ll, llam-Spm All You (’an Ha I ONLY I n rkoy \\ i I Ii Drossirig \ Roast $7.50 Boof * ’ii :!■ ii ■ II I \ lh!.; Soon od with son p. I'm. salad, vogotabloN In M'l v ,i I n ii I-- V Ct pl i i riosort. h'AVt KS I f) IlllKOAIM IN IVN I I; |{ I Al NAHA! Sat. 17th. Seven Dutchmen(7:30-ll:30) Sat 24th Litfl Fisherman Orchestra Sat Slat Cloverleaf Orchestra LOCATED NEXT TO SCHLITTERBAHN RESORT OFFICE of our community to sponsor their project by contributing a monetary amount for each purple link. When the sponsors provided the students with $500, the kids at Saints Peter and Paul chose to give the money to their local shelter, which provides shelter and advocacy for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. What an incredible example these children have set for the adults in our community. We thank and applaud them for their hard work and their noble spirits. (Submitted by the Comal County Women s Center) k Now Renting Call Today to Reserve Your Apartment. 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