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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page HERALDZEITUNG February 2001 Contact Managing Editor Margaret Edmonson at 6259144 Heads UP NBHS cadets attend leadership forum kPUC MMIMMll KMS band concert The date for the Canyon Middle School Band Concert has The concert will lake place at 7 today in the Alzheimers support The Alzheimers Support which has been meet ing at the Comal County Senior Citizen will start meeting in the library of the new Hospice New Braunfels 611 beginning at 4 The group is very grateful to the Comal County Senior Citizen Center and staff for their help and gen For call Munior Miss program The 40th New Braunfels Junior Miss Scholastic Scholarship Program takes place at 7 beginning Friday at the New Braunfels Civic Thirty the largest group are com peting for more than in collegegranted scholar ships and more than in cash Tickets will be on sale at the door for per person and also can be pur chased from For call Tuesday YMCA of Comal County kicks off the first Fat Tuesday and Karneval Celebration in New Braunfels on The festivities will begin with a lighted night parade through downtown around the plaza and continue down Seguin Street to the New Braunfels Civic Jazz including Urban will be part of the parades featured Festivities will begin at the New Braunfels Civic The menu will include jambal crawfish shrimp red beans and pecan pralines and tarts and much For call Janet Allen at 6060729 or call the YMCA at 6439622 or check out the Web site at fall enrollment New Braunfels Christian Academy is now enrolling stu dents in PreK through 12th grade for the Registration packets are available at the located at 995 Mission Hills Call 629 6222 for BY STEPHANIE FERGUSON New Braunfels ISO Marine cadets John Julissa Eric Lange and Terri Quirino of the New Braunfels High School Marine Corps Junior ROTC attended the National Youth Leadership Forum on Intelligence and Diplomacy from 611 in Having demonstrated academic achievement and an interest in a career related to national they joined more than 350 high school juniors and seniors from across America at the Students learned firsthand about national diplomacy and global defense Cadet John Boatright was chosen to open the conference by introduc ing the keynote retired Marine Corps Photo submitted Marine Corps Junior ROTC cadets visit with Lamar Smith in From Eric Julissa Terri Quirino and John Barney Barnum related his heroic efforts in Vietnam in 1965 when he was awarded the Medal of Honor by illustrating the importance of training and Barnum says he shared his medal with heroes of the Marine corps and Navy who gave their lives so that his company could survive and prevail against 12toone Believe in your abilities and set your goals Barnum Exploit every opportunity you have on your way up the ladder of so that when the time my generation can lateral the football to your generation with And you can carry the ball with success and honor until it comes your turn to give way to the next Joanne deputy director of science and technology at the Central Intelligence Agency engaged the students in an open discussion on the important role intelligence plays in the security of the United There are many interesting chal lenges facing our countrys national Isham We must keep pace with the rapid growth of information biological weapons and communications We must find the right mix of individu als with the appropriate diverse skills to maximize the efficiency and accuracy of the work conducted by the Throughout the the New Braunfels High students experi enced how the plans for prepares for crisis and met with leaders from key agencies and insti Beginning with a visit to their Congressman Lamar Smith on Capitol they visited the the Naval Naval Air Station Patuxent and the Marine Corps Combat Development Command at Everybody polka Above Jaw ahd JoXnri from dance Saturday during Polka Fest in the Knights of Columbus Hall in New The Fabrygels are members of the Texas Chapter Polka Lovers Klub of which is a branch of the original PoLK of A in Left Members of the New Braunfels High School Polka Band perform Sunday at Polka The band has 12 members and is the only school polka band in New CHRIS TAAS schedules CANYON HIGH All freshmen and and juniors and seniors who still need to pass any section of the exitlevel need to report for testing no later than on those three There will only be one lunch those three days from to All other students who do not have to take the tests must be at school by in order to attend afternoon classes on Wednesday and SMITHSON VALLEY HIGH Freshmen are not Testtakers are to report no later than Students who do not have to take the TAAS test those three days are to report by 11 if they want to eat lunch or to start NEW BRAUNFELS HIGH Sophomores will take the All testers are expected to be in their assigned room at A light breakfast will be served as reviews are help us celebrate A new location A HCIC exhibit lite JV0H Brauttfeis MurttRtpliicK 651 Business J 35 JV Suite 1210 20 ItiMwn ttitfittfl fc Special Recoynitum Our Friends Helping Hands Charter Oaks Partners New Braunfels Marketplace Bill Garrott Construction Stripling Blake Lumber Company Industrial Electric Bluebonnet MotorsWaste ManagementThe Henry 6Frances Soechting Family Dee Terry Buck Buck Pottery Written in Stone Comet Neon AdvertisingSherwinWilliams Company Detex Corporation RuppelSigns Bank of America New Braunfels High School Football Team The Liberators Motorcycle Club Comal County Program Hoffmann Floors Terrys Cleaning Service Duran Construction Company Downtown Lock and Key City of New Braunfels New Braunfels Fire Department Voges Plumbing San Antonio Telephone Company Seller Fire Equipment Co Pete Gerko Phyllis Blair Beverly Mangham Steve Ford Michael Cass Tammy Cass Andrea Cass Kelsey Ford Travis Ford Mike Dietert Brandon Dietert Allison Dietert Todd Swift John Swift Porter Baswell Mary Lee Baswell Carolyn Rose Oliver Pfost Harvey Soell Ralph Haus David King John Brandt Janet Brandt David Brandt Edward Coles ejr Friends Natalie Coles Friends Lisa McClaugherty seminar Taking Care Of The City of New Braunfels Parks Recreation the Comal County Master and the Texas Agriculture Extension Service are offering a seminar in landscaping from 9 to 2 March 17 at Landa Haus in Landa The seminar is open to any one who would like to attend Reservations will be accepted until Fee is per Send registration to Comal County Master 132 Water New TX Call Meetings GUADALUPEBLANCO RIVER AUTHORITY board of directors 11 933 East Court NEW BRAUNFELS INFRA BOARD OF DIREC TORS workshop with City Wednesday public hearings to consider fund ing request from The Scooter Store and Worth and Associates for infrastructure for an office park at Texas 46 and Loop 337 and issuance of up to million in certificates of oblig ation for six major street and drainage 7 New Braunfels Municipal Conference Room 424 Castell Photo submitted More than 250 chamber members attended the monthly Business After Hours Membership Mixer on From left are Ramon vice chair of The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce and sponsors of the Charlie director of development for the New Braunfels Museum of Art Lynn Forres of Huisache Grill Jamie Joaquine of Giovanis Pam Shelton of Carriage Haus Coffee More and Chuck president of the museums board of Click on us at 33rd Annual March 12 pages of Coverage A Schedule of Events Profile of Buyers and more ADVERTISE WHERE YOU KNOW PEOPLE ARE LOOKING Over copies will be published Deadline to place an ad February 19 ublication Date March 3 Gala Eve and March 11 Edition of the Herald HERALDZEITUNG PHONE FAX EMAIL abenson@heraldzeitung.com Billy Bobs Bee 1llcOakStVle Lowest Prices In San Antonio Bedroom Set Twin Mattes I twvmeijsjJIJMWQQi J IUHK 7 229 Escape PRTHO SUPPORT SUPREME SETS CUMHl L It MAI IfiLSi Sb 1 S Rude Salesman Mean Cashier Ugly 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