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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 31, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeitungg Wednesday December 31 1997 o 7A Were Meeting Herman Sons Albert Kypfer Lodge No 106 will meet Friday New Braunfels Hermann Sons Lodge No 21 will gather for a meeting and social Sunday at 3 No pot luck will be served because of the hepatitis A outbreak GermanAmerican Societys regular monthly meeting will take place at 7 on Tuesday at Bavarian Village 212 W Austin St Come make new friends and join old friends for a meeting short on business and long on Gesellshaft Folk dances are the anticipated entertainment Meet new friends Come join us for lunch and great conversation Lunch can be purchased for Sack lunches are also welcome The Lunch Bunch is an adult support group with discussions revolving around maintaining independence and dealing with life changes The meeting will be from to Monday and Jan 19 in Room C at the Senior Center For information or to arrange transportation call Elizabeth St John at 6089032 The January meeting of the First United Methodist Church Mothers of Preschoolers MOPS will be from 7 to Jan 8 The guest speaker will be Lt John Wommack There also will be a small group discussion and a craft project A quality child care program is available for a limited number of children There is a small registration fee to cover costs MOPS is an interdenominational Christcentered program for all mothers of preschool age children To register call Janice at 6201974 beginning Jan 5 Eagles Auxiliary No 2999 will host the official visit of Grand Madam President Sharon Sabourin on Monday The program starts at with a catered dinner at 6 and meeting at 7 Reservations for dinner must be in by Wednesday Call 3038006 or 6256886 Those wishing to ride a van to the airport for Sabourins arrival should meet at the hall at The New Braunfels Newcomers Club will meet at 10 the Senior Citizens Center 655 Landa St New residents to the community are welcome to attend the meeting and enjoy the hospitality hour that starts at For information call 6252223 The New Braunfels Polio Survivor Group will have its next meeting at 1 on Jan 10 at the Comal County Senior Citizens Center Guest speaker Dr Carlos Vallbona director of the Polio Clinic at The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research in Houston will discuss PostPolio Syndrome The Late Effects of Interested polio survivors relatives and medical professionals are invited to attend For information call 6065556 or 6251363 The Literature Club meets from 7 to 9 on the first Thursday of each month The club welcomes literature enthusiasts to read and discuss contemporary authors On Jan 8 the club will discuss Pulitzer Prize winner The Shipping News by E Annie Proulx There will be no meeting Thursday because of the New Years holiday Call 6430062 for information catered lunch for served by center For information call Lanita Ross at 6291648 or Oscar Copple at 6292319 An AIAnon group meets at 10 every Saturday at the First United Methodist Church AIAnon is an anonymous fellowship based on the 12 steps adopted from Alcoholics Anonymous fpi people who have lived with alcoholics For information call 6063680 or 6254513 The Hill Country Chorus New Braunfels own chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Sjnging in America meets from 7 to every Tuesday evening at the First Baptist Churchs Rice Hall Teen Connection will sponsor a support group for siblings of Special Needs children The group will provide a fun time for sharing and support for those children who have in common the joys and trials associated with living with a brother or sister who requires special attention If your child is interested in attending the group call Teen Connection at 6089032 The New Braunfels Childrens Chorus will conduct regular rehearsals in the choir room of the First Protestant Church from to Tuesdays All children age 8 to 14 are encouraged to participate For information call 6089427 Alcoholics Anonymous meets at the following times and locations New Braunfels Group 1142 Eikel 6250057 noon Monday through Saturday Monday through Friday 8 Sunday through Saturday Grupo de Seco Spanish 1142 Eikel 6250057 8 Wednesday and Thursday noon Saturday Breathin Easy smokefree 138 W Austin Our Lady of Perpetual Help 6060647 8 Thursday Bear Creek Group Crossroads Club 9644878 8 Tuesday and Thursday 9 Friday with ice cream 10 Friday 555 Interstate 35 For information call 6298181 or 800 7001008 The Historic Outdoor Art Braunfels meets at 9 the third Thursday of the month at the New Braunfels Art League building 239 W San Antonio Street Everyone is welcome For information call 6091369 The New Braunfels Chapter No 771 Order of the Eastern Star meets at every first Monday of the month at the Masonic Hall 1157 W San Antonio except on national holidays when meetings will be at the following At every Wednesday the Herb Club meets at the New Braunfels Senior Citizens Center at 665 Landa St Admission is free There is no age limit The mission of the Herb Club is to help each take control of his own health through herbal nutrition education Doctors chiropractors herbalists and other types of therapists are guest speakers at these meetings For information call Mary McFadden certified herbalist consultant at 6255935 Comal County Rails to Trails meets at 10 the first Saturday of every month The community group envisions making a scenic trail through New Braunfels Meetings are at the Eden Home 631 Lakeview in the Friendship Room Call 6292130 or 6204519 for information Graduates of the 1942 class of New Braunfels High School will meet the second Friday of each month at at the Tree Tops Riverside Grille for dinner and fellowship All classmates and spouses are encouraged to attend The Comal County Womens Center offers the following groups on an qngoing basis Letting Go is a support group for women whose lives have been affected by violence and abuse of a physical emotional or sexual nature who are striving for self understanding life enhancement daily coping strategies and stress management skills It meets at 6 Andrews Lutheran Church 8 Wednesday 8 Friday Narcotics Anonymous meets at the following area locations and times New Braunfels Group 172 S Hickory next to Cross Lutheran Church 7 Monday and Thursday Saturday Group 201 Loop 539 off FarmtoMarket 78 in Cibolo Monday Thursday Saturday The Senior Citizen Club of Comal County meets every second and fourth Monday in the Senior Citizen Center from to 4 Members play card games dominoes and other games There is a catered lunch for served by center For information call Lanita Ross at 6291648 or Oscar Copple at 6292319 The Republican Family Club of Comal County conducts its monthly meetings at 7 the first Tuesday of each month The club meets at the New Braunfels Christian Church and is open to Republicans of all ages HEART Help End Abusive Relationship Tendencies is a 12 step recovery program for physically or emotionally abused or formerly abused women It meets at noon on Tuesdays Working the Steps will be presented once a month as a supplemental study and discussion of the 12 steps and their application in our daily lives It meets at 5 the fourth Thursday of each month An Adults Molested As Children support group is offered for survivors of childhood sexual abuse who desire to deal with their past pain and leam how to better the quality of their lives today It meets at 7 Monday Call 6207520 Weekly gatherings of Christian 12Step Study provide fellowship and Bible study based on the 12step model of recovery from a Christian perspective Open to the community the gathering meets on Sundays from to at First United Methodist Church For more information call 6200253 The Eagles Auxiliary Past Presidents will meet at Pats Place on Jan 12 Orillian Brietzke will be hostess The Canyon LakeFischer Club for Family and Community Education will meet Jan 20 at the Fischer Store School Community Center Refreshments and fellowship will begin at 9 and the meeting will begin at The subject for the program will be announced at a later date The Eagles Auxiliary No 2999 will have a social meeting at on Jan 19 Officers meet at 7 The No 2999 will have a joint birthday supper at 7 Jan 26 Cost is AJAnon family groups meet at 8 Mondays and Wednesdays at 1142 Eikel St Call 6250057 for information The Senior Citizen Club of Comal County meets every second and fourth Monday in the Senior Citizen Center from to 4 Members play card games dominoes and other games There is a American Legion Post No 35 sponsors smokefree Bingo on Saturdays at for early birds and 2 for regular matches Bingo action take splace in the Comal County Sportsmans Club 252 S Kowald Lane north of Canyon High School Call 6255535 Flying Squares Dance Club meets the second fourth and fifth Thursday of each month except holidays at Bracken United Methodist Church on FarmtoMarket 2252 Dancing starts at 8 Call 6090484 for information Bereaved parents are forming a support group Meetings will be in Canyon Lake or New Braunfels Call 8994549 if initerested Overcomers Outreach Christian 12step recovery program will be at 7 Tuesdays at 1551 Lee St The group is offered to the addicted and their loved ones using Christcentered tools to overcome the bondage of compulsive behavior For information call 6251288 The Cancer Dialogue Support Group meets from to 8 the third Thursday of each month at The Medical Team office in New Braunfels Executive Plaza building Smokefree Bingo can be played in Seguin Mondays at Hermann Sons on Highway 90 Wednesdays at the Knights of Columbus Hall near Starcke Park Thursdays at Seguin Elks Lodge on Early Bird Lane Thursdays at McQueeney Lions Hall on FarmtoMarket 78 Fridays and Sundays at American Legion on Kingsbury Street arrd 7 Wednesdays and Saturdays at McQueeney Veterans of Foreign Wars on Gallagher Road Bingo can be played in New Braunfels Mondays at the Knights of Columbus Hall 111 Landa Tuesdays at the Holy Family Church 245 S Hidalgo 7 Wednesdays at the American Legion Post 179 Academy Avenue and West Coll Street 7 Thursdays at the Fraternal Order of Eagles 257 E South 7 Friday at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7110 600 Peace Ave Bingo hosted by the American Legion Post No 35 can be played at 7 Saturdays at the Comal County Sportsman Club 252 S Kowald Lane The SchertzCibolo School is planning a reunion for classes 1944 through 1949 For details call 658 or 6092692 Friendly Family Food Stores IGA Pharmacy LOCATED INSIDE HANDY ANDY 6294360 PRICES GOOD NOW THRU JAN 3 1998 OPEN NEW YEARS DAY REGULAR HOURS BONELESS CHUCK STEAK FAWYfACK COUNTRY STYLE SPARE RIBS RUSSETS 5LB BAG IDAHO POTATOES Jf SALAD SIZE TEXAS RIO STAR GRAPEFRUIT LARGE SIZE EMPIRE APPLES MEDIUM SIZE MASS AVOCADOS FRESH TEXAS JACKET CAULIFLOWER IIKIIKIIfO GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5LB BAG ALL PURPOSE PARADE SALTINES 1602 BOX ASST BAKERYFRESH 8 PACK BOLILLOS llllfflllftfffllBIII ASSJ VARIETIES RUFFLES POTATO CHIPS illllllllilll 6 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