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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 16, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A March HEUTE TODAY HOY DIA WEATHER TODAY Partly cloudy Highs near 80 Swind 1015 mph Pollen counts Provided courtesy of Dr Frank Hampel River flow Edwards feet Comal cfs Canyon Dam cfs Canyon Dam cfs Canyon Dam lake feet above mean sea level NBU pumping report Surface million gallons Well million gallons Moon phases First 11 Full 19 Last 27 New 4 TONIGHT Chance of rain Lows mid 40s S wind 1015 mph Texas weather Thursday March 16 torecail lor daytime condition temptraturw Extended forecast Friday mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of morning showers Highs in the upper 50s Lows in the 40s Saturday increasing cloudiness Highs in the 60s Sunday mostly cloudy with highs near 70 Lows in the 50s Monday showers possible Highs in the 70s ROAD CONSTRUCTION Highway crews work along I35 near Walnut Avenue In the city The westbound and eastbound lanes of Schmidt Street and Spur Street under the Interstate 35 over pass will be closed through April 10 as the contractor builds a new frontage road across the existing roadway Eastbound traffic will detour onto the northbound frontage road to Walnut Avenue Westbound traffic will detour onto the southbound frontage road to Loop 337 and Ruekle Road The contractor for Texas Department of Transportation will be switching northbound traffic today under the Ruekle Road bridge to a different lane paved with fresh asphalt The work should last from to today Southbound traffic will make a switch under the same bridge on Monday to the lane northbound traffic now drives Work will last from to 6 Residents might want to try alter native routes like Loop 337 HEADS UP Clean cemeteries The city of New Braunfels will have a semiannual major cleanup at the two city cemeteries New Braunfels Cemetery on Grape Street and Comal Cemetery on Peace Avenue on March 31 All deteriorated weathered and unsightly items will be removed to include artificial and real flowers vases containers flags and miscel laneousarticles Trees shrubs and hedges also will be trimmed Those wishing to remove items of sentimental value must remove them by March 31 For information or to ask questions call the ceme tery sexton at 6254713 Walnut meeting New Braunfels residents hoping to defeat Proposition 7 on Mays bond ballot million for widening Walnut Avenue are invited to join other concerned resi dents for coffee at 9 Saturday at the home of Carolyn and Michael Burrow 1309 Stonewall St This is the second gathering of the group who believes alternative routes should be tried before spending million in tax dollars Voters can sign a card pledging to vote no to the proposition For information call the Burrows at 6254672 or meet Smithson Valley High School is sponsoring a freshmen meeting from 7 to 9 March 29 at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative auditorium Extracurricular programs and elective courses will be represent ed and the process for enrolling in a preadvanced placement course will be reviewed Students who will be freshmen at SVHS next year and their parents are invited to attend For informa tion call Jo Beth Jimerson at 830 9047273 sale The 18th annual rummage and bake sale takes place from 9 to 4 Friday and Saturday at the Cross Lutheran Church Activity Center at Cross and Hickory streets Items for sale will be furni ture clothes and household items A brown bag sale takes place from 10 to noon Monday Participants can fill a brown grocery bag with items for To have an Item placed In Heads Up Gall editorial assis tant Christina Minor at ext 222 or atop by the Herald ANNIVERSARIES Happy Birthday to Jerry Molina 30 Lauren Hernandez 6 Gilbert Alvarez 71 Tiffany Kennemer 10 years and Carlos Molina 16 years Happy Anniversary to Kevin and Rosie Willingham 4 years and Lorraine and Kenneth Kennemer 49 To have a birthday or anniversary listed here call 6259144 OUT OF THE BACKPACK WHATS FOR LUNCH Nancy Ney Charter School Lunch cheeseburger French fries cookie milk Comal ISO Breakfast pigsnblanket juice milk Lunch hamburger or peanut butter sandwich vegetables fruit bread milk GOVERNMENT Comal Independent School District board of trustees meeting 6 today Bill Brown Elementary School 20410 Texas 46 West CLUBS St Anns Christian Mothers of Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church today The business meeting and program will begin at noon All ladies interested in joining the organization are invited to attend GuadaComa Home Builders monthly membership meeting 6 today at T Bar M Ranch 2549 Texas 46 West Harry Bennett City of New Braunfels planning director will be the guest speaker Cost is per person for the buffet Sponsored by Absolute Communications RSVP by phone 6094242 or fax 6091353 Seguln Activity Centers Community Band practice from 7 to 8 today at the Activity Center New Braunfels Jaycees today at Krauses Cafe The group meets the third Thursday of each month A Course In Miracles meeting facilitated by Or Bill Sawyer In open group discussion to 8 each Thursday at Unity Church of Practical Christianity 642 Comal St This support group is open to anyone desiring spiritual growth A love offer ing is accepted at each meeting For information call 6252434 Fraternal Order of Eagles smokefree bingo at 7 every Thursday 207 E South St in New Braunfels Comal Community Band rehearsals at today at the New Braunfels Middle School band hall Rehearsals take place every Thursday The organization is open to anyone who reads music and plays a band instrument No audition is required For information call 625 0403 New Braunfels Kiwanis Club noon today at Ryans Family Steakhouse 485 East Business 35 The group meets every Thursday Canyon Lake Toastmasters 7 today at Tye Preston Memorial Library For information call 830 899 2776 or 830 9642223 New Braunfels Great Books Discussion Group 2 to 4 the second and fourth Thursday every month in the meeting room in the Annex Building of Norwest Bank 1000 N Walnut New participants are always welcome For information call 6254187 Marlon ISO Community Library storytime for ages 3 and 4 at 10 every Thursday at the library Jo Ullman and Jackie Valentine retired elementary teachers present the pro gram New Braunfels Lions Club for lunch and noon for the program every Thursday at the Senior Center COMMUNITY CENTERS COMAL COUNTY SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER 8 to 6 fitness center to aqua aerobics with Nadya Lehmann quitters and beginning Spanish to thrift shop open congregate meals noon Lions Club 1 pinochle and team bridge CANYON LAKE ACTION CENTER 9 crafts senior exercise 6 line dancing SPORTS SPORTS ON TV 11 KENS College Basketball NCAA Tournament Midwest or West Regional First Round Teams to Be Announced 571158 ESPN LPGA Golf Standard Register Ping First Round From Legacy Golf Resort in Phoenix 311264 1 FXSP Girls High School Basketball Texas Class 5A State Championship Hastings or Mansfield vs Carroll or Piano From Austin Texas 63513 KENS College Basketball NCAA Tournament Midwest or West Regional First Round Teams to Be Announced Time Approximate ESPN ATP Tennis Tennis Masters Series Quarterfinal From Indian Wells Calif 448622 USA PGA Golf Bay Hill Invitational First Round From Bay Hill Club and Lodge in Orlando Fla 679351 KENS College Basketball NCAA Tournament Midwest or West Regional First Round Teams to Be Announced 775887 8 ESPN ATP Tennis Tennis Masters Series Womens Semifinal From Indian Wells Calif 430603 KENS College Basketball NCAA Tournament Midwest or West Regional First Round Teams to Be Announced Time Approximate 312852 HAVE A HEART The Comal County Womens Center needs help with childcare on Monday and Wednesday evenings The childcare services allows mothers to attend counseling and support activ ities For information or to help call 6207520 Volunteers are needed at Connections to answer telephones perform clerical work assist in lawn maintenance tutor youth and mentor youth and families If interested call Joanna at 6089032 or fill out an appli cation at 227 Courtyard Drive New Braunfels Personnel from New Braunfels Independent School Districts Opportunities to Rebound campus are requesting donations of certain clothing items for students in the disci pline management school Alternative Education Placement Students need white dress shirts with no logos ties and straightleg blue jeans Dropoff items at the campus 902 W San Antonio St For information call 6292483 Family Outreach of Comal County needs interested adults older than age 21 for volunteer opportunities If you have a special skill you would like to share for a few hours a month please call 6201299 SIGN UP The Canyon High School class of 1990 is looking for alumni for the 2000 reunion If you are an alumni or have information about an alumni call 7344658 or 830 9802053 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org The Community Council of South Central Texas Family Planning Cliniaoffersfreji Breast cancer screen ing for women ages 50 to 64 in Comal County For information call 6253471 SUPPORT GROUPS McKenna Memorial Hospital offers a free class for motherstobe who expect to deliver at McKennas Maternity Center For information call 6099111 ext 3254 to leave a message and a nurse will return your call New Braunfels Crisis Pregnancy Center is open six days a week 10 to 4 Monday Wednesday and Thursday 10 to 1 Tuesday and Friday and 9 to noon Saturday The center also is open from 6 to 8 Thursday Call 6297565 for an appointment i Narcotics Anonymous New Braunfels Group meets at 7 Thursday at 172 S Hickory next to j Cross Lutheran Church i ARCIL of San Marcos provides advocacy information and referral peer support for inclusion into the community for persons with disabili ties It also provides independent life skills training to assist people with dis abilities to become empowered and integrated into the community For information call 512 3965790 Alcoholics Anonymous meets daily at noon and 8 except Sunday when they meet at 11 at 1142 Eikel Road in New Braunfels Comal County Women Centers Working the Steps supplemental study and discussion meets at 5 the fourth Thursday of each month For information call 6207520 M Nonsmoking Alcoholics i Anonymous and AIAnon groups meets at 8 every Thursday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church 138 W Austin in New Braunfels For information call 609 3322 visit us online at
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