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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 15, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas 4A HERALDZEITUNG February Contact Managing Editor Margaret Edmonson at 6259144 Heads Ml About Mummies Treefrog Ed presents Wrap It Ill Need It Later All About Mummies at 1 Saturday at the 249 San Antonio The program is suitable for ages 6 and Parent participa tion is Tickets are Advance tickets are For call 626 Nomeburtdersmeet The Greater New Braunfels Home Builders Association is having its February membership meet ing and dinner at 6 today at T Bar M Mayor Stoney Williams will be guest Cost is and an RSVP is a Call Maria Erben at the GNBHBA 609 meet The New Lake Area Association of Realtors meets at Monday at the New Braunfels Museum of Reservations must be made by calling concert The MidTexas Symphony under the direction of Choral Director Kristin will join David Mairs and the MidTexas Symphony at 4 Sunday at the New Braunfels Civic The performance will feature Joseph Haydns Symphony Surprise and Antonio Vivaldis Tickets are available at Accents and at the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of For call 629 IjIFunDay The New Braunfels Marketplace and the Childrens Museum in New Braunfels sponsor a day of fun from 9 to 4 March 3 at the sidewalk area near the Childrens Museum at New Braunfels weather permit The days activities will include a Safe fire appearances by Sparky the Dog and Ready Teddy and For call 620 employees meet The Local Chapter 0666 of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees meets at 10 Friday at the Comal County Senior Citizen Steve regional sales man ager for several local compa will speak on longterm Refreshments will be For call 629 MBCA fall enrollment New Braunfels Christian Academy is now enrolling students in PreK through 12th grade for the fall of Registration packets are available at the located at 995 Mission Hills Call 6296222 for infor Meetings COMAL COUNTY COMMIS SIONERS COURT regular Commissioners third Comal County Courthouse 150 Seguin SCHERTZCIBOLOUNIVER SAL CITY INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES 7 Dobie Junior High School new 395 Borgfeld COMAL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT superin tendent profile Spring Branch Middle School 21053 46 NEW BRAUNFELS RECY CLING ADVISORY COMMIT TEE noon Municipal Conference Room senior named National Merit finalist New Braunfels High School senior Edward Coles has been named a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship This is one of the highest acade mic achievements you can achieve in high NBHS Principal Mike Fitsko Were certainly proud of his Coles who is active in the NBHS Drama Department and the Academic Decathlon team is the COLES son of Edward and Lorraine He recent ly earned a silver medal in econom ics and bronze medals in essay and interview at the Region IV Academic Decathlon meet in Nearly million students in more than high schools entered the year 2001 Merit Program as juniors by tak ing the 1999 Preliminary merit Scholarship Qualifying which serves as an initial screen of program Less than 1 percent of the nations high school seniors were designated semifinalists on a state representation New Braunfels High School stu dents receiving commended status in the National Merit Scholarship Program were Justin son of Ron and Gwen Mills Michelle daughter of Greg and Laura Dokken Regan daughter of Robert and Trisha Towal James son of Randall and Eileen Heinbaugh and Orrin son of Boone and Donna Discussing veterans needs Photo credit Lamar met Tuesday with the new Veteran Affairs Secretary Anthony Principi was confirmed on Smith and Principi dis cussed a number of veterans including the Kerrvilie VA Six students apprehended in CISD bomb tkeat cases FROM STAFF REPORTS Four of the recent bomb threats on Comal Indepen dent School District campus es have been and six students have been taken into CISD officials reported they would seek restitution from to in each of the a female Canyon student was apprehended in connection with a 9 bomb threat at that a Comal Elemen tary School student was apprehended for a graffiti threat at that school the same A little more than a week a pair of Spring Branch Middle School ages 11 and were locked up in connection with an incident Both will finish their school year at the CISDs alternative the Comal Discipline as will the girl apprehended in connection with the 9 incident at Two girls were detained in January in connection with a threat at Smithson Valley High One was a for mer student and the other was currently The latter student also has been enrolled in the Administrators at Canyon Smithson Valley Spring Branch Middle and Comal Elementary have been successful in solving their CISD Interim Super intendent Anthony Constan zo I applaud all of them and take this opportunity to remind the community and parents about the serious nature of these crimes and that we will take every step within the law to prosecute and discipline the guilty par Making a written bomb threat is a state jail felony 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