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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 30, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A May HEUTE TODAY HOY DIA WEATHER ROAD CONSTRUCTION TODAY Sunny and hot Highs upper 90s S wind 1015 mph Pollen counts available available available available available available Provided courtesy of Dr Frank Hampel River flow Edwards available Comal available Canyon Oam available Canyon Dam available Canyon Dam lake available NBU pumping report Surface available Well available Moon phases First 8 Full 16 Last 24 New 2 TONIGHT Mostly cloudy Lows mid 70s Swind 10 mph Texas weather forecMt for oaytljTM conditions O v HM i L O if O Extended forecast Wednesday some early morning clouds other wise mostly sunny Hot and humid Lows in the 70S Highs in the 90s Thursday and Friday partly to mostly cloudy with a chance of showers Highs near 90 Loop 337 reduced to 10foot lanes Highway crews work along I35 near Walnut Avenue Lane clo sures from Guadalupe River to FM 725 IntheeNy Both northbound and south bound lanes of Loop 337 from of a mile from Business 35 to Summerwood Drive will be reduced to 10foot lanes until March 2001 The boat ramp on the Guadalupe River under Interstate 35 Is closed and will not reopen until spring 2003 The closure Is necessary for the removal and replacement of the I35 bridges over the Guadalupe River Northbound and southbound lanes of Interstate 35 from to 4 from half mile north of the Guadalupe River to one mile south of the Farmto Market Road 725 overpass will be closed today Wednesday and Thursday as crews saw cut edge of 725 overpass and restripe near the 725 overpass Crews will close the right lane in each direction then the left lane Lane closures also will take place at night to enable the con tractor to set concrete and traffic barriers HEADS UP testing A United States Census 2000 temporary census job tests will take place at 10 today at the New Braunfels Public Library and at 2 at the Texas National Guard Among the openings are census takers and crew leaders with com petitive hourly wages and mileage reimbursement To apply1 call 888 3257733 6r call Sara at 6066653 Summer camp New Braunfels Christian Academys Summer Fun and Summer Camp programs are avail able Monday through Friday to 6 June 1 through Aug 18 Summer Fun is for ages three to six available on a contract or dropin basis Children enjoy arts and crafts Bible stories recreation music cooking water play and snacks Summer Camp is for chil dren ages seven to 10 These campers take field trips swim gain computer skills Bible truths and participate in sports activities Both three and five days per week rates are available For information call 6296222 day Comal County Unit of the Cancer Society will have an event in honor of the 13th annual National Cancer Survivors Day from to Sunday at the Comal County Senior Citizens Center 655 Landa St The local unit of the American i Cancer Society would like to encourage everyone to attend and show their support for cancer sur vivors their families friends and healthcare providers Cancer benefit j A benefit for Andrea Gaylene James will take place from 2 to midnight Sunday at Saengerhalle 255 Saengerhalle Road off Texas 46 East This benefit will help raise money to pay for Andreas extend ed and prolonged medical treat i ments that she will undergo through many years of her life due to cancer Entertainers will Include Kevin Deal Brett Graham Kevin Gell of 2 Tons of Steel Arron Allan Michael OConnor Jeff Plankenhom The Meteters as well otter performers A dona tion will charged for a full day of fun and entertainment Barbecue plates will be offered at a plate In the picnic area from 3 to 8 A siJerit auction and a brisket raffle aJtowHl take place For Informs ten caUJeanie before at 1578 or 7082034 or Lynn after at 210 6208969 ufejB tfubflM ANNIVERSARIES Happy Birthday to Chris Ortiz and Ariana Lynn and Brlana Raelynn Reyes 1 OUT OF THE BACKPACK WHATS FOR LUNCH Head Start Program Breakfast bagel with cream cheese and fruit apple juice milk Lunch lasagna or ravioli with meat sauce carrots orange quarters milk Nancy Ney Charter School Lunch spaghetti with meat sauce salad french bread peaches milk New Braunfels ISO Lamar Primary Memorial Primary Seele Elementary Carl Schurz and Memorial Intermediate Breakfast glazed doughnut or cere al juice milk Lunch managers choice Lone Star Memorial Elementary Oak Run middle school and high school Breakfast glazed doughnut or cere al or breakfast taco juice milk Lunch managers choice GOVERNMENT New Braunfels Independent School District board of trustees meeting today in the board room of the New Braunfels Education Center 430 W Mill St CLUBS Comal County Democrats 7 today at the Norwest Bank on Walnut Street Texas Representative Henry Cuellar will speak on CHIPS Childrens Health Insurance Program Canyon Lake Animal Shelter Society 7 today at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone meeting room on FarmtoMarket Road 3169 We are hoping to start on our building this summer so that our animals will have a better place to stay until some one adopts them For information call New Braunfels Lodoe No 1109 and called open meeting for the purpose of celebrating Past Matters NlgWand awarding the QcWen Trowel Awari at today at the Lodge 11 57 Antonio St friends and Masons The family friends and Masons of every degree are invited and urged to attend Republican Mens Club of Comal County today at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative on FarmtoMarket Road 3159 Comal Countys resident engi neer with the Texas Department of Transportation Greg Malatek will speak Bingo in New Braunfels Tuesdays at the Holy Family Church 245 S 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 aeorbics 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 SIGN UP New Braunfels Christian Academy will be offering tutoring this summer for an hour by experienced NBCA teachers Students in Kindergarten through second grade can receive instruction in phonics reading and math Subjects for third through sixth graders Include math and reading Tutoring in eJgebra geometry and PreCaJoului la alto available For information call Masonic by information call 6200090 Eden Heights Apartments 627 Lakevlew offers lunch to senior citi zens from to Monday through Friday Cost is For information call 6256969 The New Braunfels Toastmasters Club can dramatically improve public speaking and leadership skills in a supportive atmosphere For informa tion call 6207358 The Community Cciunclj of Central Texas Inc Head Start r Program is cprnpflfrigaSupport Directory which includes dropin cen ters crisis intervention programs par enting classes support groups and recreational and social activities The directory will be available to Head Start parents as a resource Interested organizations can call Mary Soto at 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 leam 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 To sign up caH 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 vide donations or inquire about specif ic items call 6299075 Family Outreach of Comal County seeks Interested adults older than age 21 for volunteer opportunities The torprofit social service denter needs help with publicityi newtletteK raising grant writini OQMmMft port groups and more if you hive a spedal eMll you would Uki totlwe tor a few hours a morth call 63CMm AfMNriMii Qftnotr Carnal cancer patients to and from their med ical treatment when they have no other means of transportation Patients must be ambulatory Additional insurance coverage is provided and mileage can be reim bursed Anyone interested call coordi nator Bob Peterson at 6253252 Connections 24hour crisis line continues to be the final helping link in New Braunfels for those needing infor mation referral or just someone who will listen to them The new number for the crisis jirjejs or 800 SUPPORT GROUPS A free bilingual cardiac support group meets every fourth Tuesday of the month from 4 to 6 at the Baptist Medical Center 111 Dallas in Conference Room No 2 For infor mation and to RSVP call 210 225 2647 Comal County Women Centers HEART recovery program meets at noon on Tuesdays For information 6207520 Comal County Womens Center offers a support group for women who are victims or survivors of family vio lence Women who are or have been in abusive relationships are welcome to participate Call 6207520 for infor mation All counseling at CCWC is free and confidential grim a gtoup of voiuntow CONTACT Us Contact us with tips information and feedback Margaret Edmonson manag ing editor 6259144 ext 220 herald Peri StonePalmqulst interim news editor 6259144 ext 221 Mike Moguln sports editor 625 9144 ext 223 Christina Minor editorial assis tant ext 222 K Jeaskt Slaten photographer 6259144 ext 227 JslatenOherald Heather Todd ctty reporter 625 8144 ext 224 herald Ron Maloney reporter 9144 ext 226 newsOherakJ Erin MMructtr rtpoiterfilM144t 826 144 hzaoVer
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