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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 23, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HERALDZBITUNO Friday June HEUTE TODAY HOY DIA WEATHER ROAD CONSTRUCTION TODAY Mostly cloudy Highs mid 90s SEwind 10to15mph Pollen counts Provided courtesy of Dr Frank Hampel River flow Edwards feet Comat 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 8 Full 16 Last 24 New 1 TONIGHT Mostly cloudy Lows mid 70s SEwind 10to15mph Texaa weather Friday JUM 23 Extended forecast Saturday night late night and morning cloudiness lows in mid Sunday through Tuesday late night and morning cloudiness oth erwise partly cloudy lows in the 70s highs in 90s and 29 Northbound Interstate 35 exit ramp 5 miles south of FarmtoMarket Road 725 overpass will be closed from 9 to as crews install a storm sewer Residents can detour at Walnut Avenue or Texas 46 exit ramps Through Sept Lane will be closed to through traffic as Comal County Road Department constructs a drainage structure Until Sept 30 Northbound out side lane on Interstate 35 frontage from Executive Drive to Farmto Market 725 as crews reconstruct the northbound frontage road Until Sept 30 Southbound out side lane on Interstate 35 frontage road from FarmtoMarket Road 725 to Fern Street as crews reconstruct southbound frontage road Until July Northbound and southbound frontage roads along Interstate 35 reduced to one lane from 5 mile south of FarmtoMarket 725 overpass to 5 mile north of Guadalupe River as crews continue construction HEADS UP Red Sfcxkbig Revue The Red Stocking Revue is today Saturday and Sunday at the New Braunfels Civic Center An alllocal cast makes up this years show featuring the music of the past and present blended into two hours of entertainment Tickets are available for the shows 8 Friday and Saturday and 3 Sunday Proceeds benefit the Community Service Center and its work in helping people help themselves For tickets or infor mation call 6253439 Parade The 2000 Independence Day Parade and Program is July 4 in downtown New Braunfels If you or your organization would like to be an entrant in the parade contact Michelle or Lil at 629 1572 Saengerfest 2000 takes place Friday through Sunday at Saengerhalle in New Braunfels Proceeds benefit the Comal County and Guadalupe County womens shelters hydrants The members of New Braunfels Fire and Rescue will continue the fire hydrant mainte nance program on a yearround basis Residents can expect to see fire department personnel in various trucks and ambulances testing and maintaining the hydrants These employees are on duty In service and may be called upon to respond to an emergency at any time Second it will be necessary to flow water from the hydrants This will be limited to an absolute minimum amount of water Finally a momentary sNght drop in water pressure and minor water discoloration may take place We have been assured by New Braunfels Utilities that there is no causa for concern as to the safety of the water if anyone has tions or concerns they would tration at 6062120 Join us online ANNIVERSARIES Happy Birthday to Trenton Prescott Roland 1 Monica Campos Lucille Weekley Kasey Repka Cindy Cantu Mary Alice Martinez Maria Smith Otto Rauch Alexis Delgado Cheryl Keller Saturday and Candice Lehr CLUBS VFW Post 7110 Smokefree bingo Early birds start at at 600 Peace regular games start at at VFW Hall Smokefree bingo American Legion Post No 35 early birds at 1 30 and regular bingo at 2 on Saturday at the post home 4210 FarmtoMarket Road 482 The Hospice New Braunfels Bereavement Support Group for Adults meets every Friday mom ing from 10 tp 11 30 Call Jane or Elaine at 6257500 for more infor mation Neighborhood Yard Sale to 4 Saturday and frbm to 3 Sunday at 2065 S Santa Clara Road at Lower Seguin Road in Marion Take Santa Clara off Texas 78 and go two miles south to Lower Seguin Rd The house is on the comer Or take the Santa Clara exit off Interstate 10 and go two miles north to the Lower Seguin intersection The yard sale is orga nized by Citizens of Marion Working for a Healthy Environment Come early for fresh breakfast of tacos and coffee Lunch will be hot grilled burgers cold drinks and a bake sale with many delicious homemade good ies For information or to make donations call 830 9144537 The Community Council of South Central Texas Inc Family Planning Program and the Medical Director Invite all agsrs to a summer soclaJ from 11 to 1 Saturday at the Seguin I8D buiWing Uteworks an The Gym presents State Night Saturday from to San Antonio singer Brigitte will per form along with Next Level a breakdancing group Skate Night is open to kids of all ages and fea tures karaoke skating and roller blading a and pizza For information call 6089595 COMMUNITY CENTERS CANYON LAKE ACTION CENTER Friday Van Trip Glass Works Lookout Mountain Wimberiey 2 Stretching Money 2 Secure Horizons COMAL COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER Noon congregate meals beef tips noodles green beans cucum ber salad tapioca pudding Silver Center dance Friday featuring Chris Rybak at 510 E Court in Seguin A dance 9 to 1 Saturday at the Country Cabaret 839 FarmtoMarket Road 467 Seguin featuring Cross Country Band For reservations call 830 3792995 Bulverde Senior Center build ing dedication to noon Saturday at 30280 Cougar Bend with a ribbon cutting and ceremony followed by refreshments and a tour of the building For informa tion call 4383111 SIGN UP participants m activities that focus on and raspenafc CCSCT Nutrition Program for the elderly 60 years and over is in need of volunteers to help two hours for one or more days per week serving food cleanup and home delivery We need people who are energetic with a big smile and like working with the elderly All ages welcome Laurel Plaza Community room For more infor mation call Rita at 6291751 Bdsn Heights Apartments 627 Ukevtew offers lunch to senior cit izens from to Monday through Friday Cost For information call 625 Community Council of Osfttfal TanSi Haad Start Program currently is compil ing a Support Group Directory that includes dropin centers crisis intervention programs parenting classes support groups and recre ational and social activities The directory is made available to Head Start parents Interested organiza tions wanting to participate can call Mary Soto at 830 3798110 The New Braunfels Toastmasters invites the public to improve their speaking and leader ship skills in a supportive atmos phere For informatibn call 620 7358 Volunteers are needed for the Check On Your Neighbor program The program helps protect senior citizens who live alone Organizations interested in this program can call Bill Brown at 6257673 HAVE A HEART The Comal County Senior Citizen Center Thrift Shop is in need of contributions which are tax deductible Items should be delivered to the center 655 Landa St For larger items call 6294547 to make arrangements for pick ups The Comal County Womens Center is in need of a working glu cometer To donate call 6207520 The New Braunfels Womens Chamber of Commerce and Connections have teamed up to provide a Clothes Closet Gently used professional clothing for men and women can be dropped off at Connections 1414 W San Antonio St To schedule a visit to the Clothes Closet call the Womens Chamber hotline at 6067355 Participants can select two outfits with accessories and must fill out a form for recordkeeping purposes The Comal County Womens Center needs donations of blank notes cards or stationery that can be used for thankyou notes Bring them to the center at 1547 Common St or call 6207520 for more information The National Kidney Foundation of South Texas Kidney Cart Program is looking for donations of unwanted care trucks boats motorcycles and motor homes Donations help aave the lives of thousands of South Twans euffaring from kidney simple Towing is free and your donation may qualify you for a tax deduction For more information call 210 8291299 or call tollfree 18888291299 The Womens Center needs help with childcare on Monday and Wednesday evenings Sharing your time with the young children makes it possible for the mothers to attend counseling and support activities To volunteer or for infor mation call 6207520 Volunteers are needed at Connections to answer tele phones perform clerical work assist in lawn maintenance tutor youth and mentor youth and fami lies If interested call Joanna at 6089032 or fill out an application at 227 Courtyard Drive Connections Thrift Shop has various items for sale from 10 to 3 Monday through Friday at 1414 W San Antonio St To volun teer provide donations or inquire about specific items call 6299075 Join Family Outreach volun teers in making a difference by working with children Family Outreach delivers child abuse pre vention programs If you can spare a few hours a month call Family Outreach at 6201299 The American Cancer Society Comal County Unit is recruiting volunteer drivers for the Road to Recovery program a group of vol unteers who drive cancer patients to and from their medical 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 coordinator Bob Peterson at 625 3252 SUPPORT GROUPS The Baby Angels Support Group meeting will take place at Friday at the New Braunfels Rural Health Clinic 169 E Austin 106 Baby Angels meets the third Friday of every month For more informa tion call Sara Ann C Torres 629 0686 or Irene C Altamirano 625 4391 Alcoholics Anonymous Womans Solution Group will hold an open nonsmoking meet ing from to Saturday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Calholic Church 138 W buHdIng
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