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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 1, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A February HEUTE TODAY HOY DIA WEATHER ROAD CONSTRUCTION TODAY Breezy cool Highs mids 50s NEwind 1520mph pm Pollen counts Mountain avatebte Provided courtesy of Dr Frank Hampef River flow Edwards available Comal available Canyon Dam ds Canyon Dam ds Canyon Dam lake feel above mean sea level NBU pumping report Surface avaftabte Well available Moon phases First 12 Full 19 Last 26 New 5 TONIGHT Breezy showers Lows near 40 NEwind 1520mph Texas weather Extended forecast Wednesday night clearing and cold Lows around 30 Thursday mostly sunny and cool Highs in the 50s Friday mostly dear Lows in the 30s to near 40 Highs in the 60s Crews build overpass at 281 FM 1863 Highway crews work along I35 between Solms Road and Loop 337 exits New annf BriAf Carenu In the city Both lanes of the Interstate 35 West frontage road from Solms Road to mile south of Solms Road will be closed starting today The contractor will begin removing the old structure and begin bridge work The outside southbound lane of Interstate 35 from 2 miles south of Walnut Avenue to 2 miles north of Rueckle Road will be closed from to 4 Thursday Feb 3 as contrac tors repair shoulders New Braunfels Police will have traffic radar trailers at these locations Today 700 block of California Wednesday block of North Business 35 school zone Thursday 600 block of West Coll school zone block of County Line Road Saturday 2500 block of Loop 337 HEADS UP Health fair The KGNB Health and Wellness Expo will take place from 8 to 11 Tuesday at the New Braunfels Civic Center Deborah Ray host of the nationally syndicated radio pro gram Heres To Your will broadcast live Heres To Your can be heard on KGNB AM 1420 weekdays from 9 to 11 and Sunday afternoon from 3 to 6 Artisans wanted The New Braunfels High School cheerleaders will have an arts and crafts Springfest from 10 to 5 March 4 and 5 at the high school 2551 Loop 337 Admission and parking are free Area artisans wanting to sell their handmade items can call 6290772 Entry deadline is today Before the crisis McKenna Hospital HospiceNew Braunfels and New Braunfels Ministerial Alliance are sponsoring a foursession program Before the Crisis Open discussion allows preparation for necessary action and prevents poorly consid ered decisions during a crisis Lawyers doctors and other profes sionals will lead these discussions You are welcome to attend any or all of these free sessions This third session will be on Spiritual Emotional Issues from 7 to at Comal Inn 424 Comal in New Braunfels The remaining session will follow next Tuesday Blood drive A blood drive for longtime Spring Branch resident Vance Rittimann takes place from 1 to 4 Sunday at the Spring Branch Store at Highway 281 North and Farmto Market Road 311 Dance has been at the North Central Baptist Hospital for about three weeks and is currently receiving blood transfu sions Donors must be at least 17 years weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good health Donors are asked to eat and drink plenty of flu ids before donating blood For information call Nathan at 830 4384018 or the Spring Branch Store at 830 8854454 WHATS ON TV TONIGHT A screenwriter becomes a serial killer to research a role in USAs Cabin By The airing at 8 ANNIVERSARIES Happy Birthday to Kaden Lehmann 2 Ginger Effenberger Rocky Molina Sr 39 years and Dillon Berry 1 year To have a birthday or anniversary listed here call 6259144 WHATS FOR LUNCH OUT OF THE BACKPACK Head Start Breakfast pancakes and syrup orange juice milk Lunch creamed chicken on noodles peas and carrots fruit cup milk Comal ISD Breakfast Texas toast and sausage juice milk Lunch spaghetti with meat sauce or turkey sandwich vegetables fruit bread milk New Braunfels ISD Lamar Primary Memorial Primary Seele Elementary Carl Schurz Elementary Lone Star Primary and Memorial Intermediate Breakfast sugar donut or cereal juice milk Lunch pizza or hamburger tossed salad peas carrots peaches milk Memorial Elementary Oak Run middle and high schools Breakfast sugar donut or cereal or breakfast taco juice milk Lunch pizza or hamburger or turkey sand wich tossed salad peas carrots peaches milk GOVERNMENT City of New Braunfels Planning Commission today New Braunfels Municipal Building 424 S Castell Ave FUNERAL SERVICES Doris Dot Nolte Tuesday at 2 at the First Baptist Church with burial at Sunset Memorial Park Carolyn Jean Williams 2 today at St Paul Lutheran Church of New Braunfels Victoria R Guzman 2 today at the St Josephs Catholic Church in Rockdale will be served at with the meeting starting promptly at 10 This is a very important meeting as the election of new officers will take place at this meeting Our guest speaker will be Pearl Sowell who will discuss the Polka Fest It is now the time to pay your membership dues Bemie Dillon treasurer will be accept ing the dues at the meeting Bingo in New Braunfels Tuesdays at the Holy Family Church 245 S Hidalgo New Braunfels Childrens Chorus rehearsals from to every Tuesday in the choir room of First Protestant Church Children ages 8 to 14 are encouraged to attend New students wishing to join can be regis tered by their parents following the rehearsal For information call 608 9427 Hill Country Chorus 7 every Tuesday at First Baptist Church 733 Cross St COMMUNITY CENTERS BULVERDE SENIOR CENTER Aerobics easy pace every Tuesday All activities take place at 1747 E Ammann Road in Bulverde For infor mation call 830 4383111 COMAL COUNTY SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER 8 to 6 fitness center to aqua aerobics with Nadya Lehmann to aqua aerobics to thrift shop open ceramics class congregate meals noon beginning bridge 1 bidding bridge doggers CANYON LAKE ACTION CENTER Noon to 4 mixed bridge 6 line dancing SPORTS CLUBS New Braunfels Newcomers Club today at the Comal County Senior Citizen Center Coffee and doughnuts SPORTS ON TV FXSP High School Extra UIL District Realignment Live 23642 ESPN Auto Racing Indy Racing League Delphi Indy 200 From Walt Disney World Speedway in Orlando Fla Taped 815062 ESPN College Basketball Michigan State at Michigan Live 384420 KRRT NBA Basketball Los Angeles Lakers at San Antonio Spurs From the Alamodome in San Antonio Live 687933 TNT NBA Basketball Los Angeles Lakers at San Antonio Spurs From the Alamodome in San Antonio Live 968230 TNN Bowling Rockin Bowl Fresno State and the University of Illinois square off in traditional and offbeat bowling events From Las Vegas Taped 391791 FXSP NBA Basketball Charlotte Hornets at Houston Rockets From the Compaq Center in Houston Live 649449 ESPN College Basketball Tennessee at Kentucky Live 396265 TNN Championship Rodeo Highlights of bronc and bullriding from Mesquite Texas Taped 397975 SIGN UP The New Braunfels Toastmasters Club can dramatically improve your public speaking and leadership skills in a supportive atmosphere For informa tion call 6207358 New Braunfels High School Project Graduation 2000 will be fund ed by proceeds from a roasf of vice principal Mike Rimer Everyone is invit ed A barbecue dinner will be served Show your support by sponsoring a table Tables for 10 are To reserve a table or for information call 6209006 or 6257693 The Community Council of South Central Texas Inc Head Start Program is compiling a Support Group Directory which includes drop in centers crisis intervention pro grams parenting classes support groups and recreational and social activities The directory will be avail able to Head Start parents as a resource Interested organizations can call Mary Soto at 830 3798110 Applications are being accepted at New Braunfels Housing Authority for from 9 to noon and 1 to 4 Tuesday through Thursday at Laurel Plaza Apartments 300 Laurel Lane For information call 6256908 The Knights of Columbus Council 4183 invites all Catholic men to join the council For information call 830 8322302 The Hummel Museum and Art Gallery offers afterschool art classes for children ages 6 to 12 Cristy Waymer teaches the classes The art projects are handson experiences based and outlined on art history Children will study cave paintings to contemporary paintings and learn dif ferent lessons from all time periods Classes take place at the Hummel Museum 199 Main Plaza To register or for information call 6255636 Partners Bridge takes place from 10 to 3 Wednesday at the Comal County Senior Citizen Center Lunch is served at am To sign up call Minnie at 6206812 HAVE A HEART Connections Thrift Shop has vari ous items for sale from 10 to 3 Monday through Friday at 1414 W San Antonio St To volunteer pro vide donations or inquire about specif ic items call 6299075 The Help One Student to Succeed Program HOSTS offers mentoring classes Volunteers are needed at Memorial Primary Memorial Elementary Carl Schurz Elementary Seele Elementary and Lone Star Primary To help a child with reading and math call 6207533 Family Outreach of Comal County seeks interested adults older then age 21 for volunteer opportunities If you have a special skill you would like to share for a few hours a month call 6201299 American Cancer Society Comal County Unit is recruiting volunteer drivers for the Road to Recovery pro gram a group of volunteers who drive cancer patients to and from their ical treatment when they have no other means of transportation Patients1 must be ambulatory Additional insurance coverage is provided and mileage can be reim bursed Anyone interested call nator Bob Peterson at 6253252 Connections 24hour crisis line continues to be the final helping link in New Braunfels for those needing mation referral or just someone who will listen to them The new number the crisis line is 6296571 or 800 5328192 SUPPORT GROUPS Families and friends of persons with Alzheimers disease are invit ed to discuss their special needs and concerns at 4 today at the Comal County Senior Center 655 Landa St This support group meets every third Tuesday of the month For more information call Jan Harrison at 6257500 The First Step support group for SIDS Sudden Infant Death Syndrome will meet from to 8 today at McKenna Rehabilitation and Sports Fitness Center 750 Landa St The group meets the second Tuesday of each month For information call 6257500 or 6200452 Parenting classes at Family Outreach are being offered at each Tuesday at 227 Courtyard Suite 102 for parents of children ages birth to five years Call 1299
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