New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 21, 2003, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 21, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 21, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas kTuesday, January 21, 2003 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 5A Submitted photo NBHS junior Amy Johnson talks to coach Becca Meadows before she is up for another turn to bowl. New sport rolls its way into hearts of students New Braunfels High School English teacher Becca Meadows loves to bowl and teach so she was the natural choice to create and coach the school’s first bowling team. She began recruiting students who were looking to participate in a sport that would foster friendships, teamwork and a competitive spirit. The 21-girl, 18-boy team was selected in the fall semester and thanks to support from Paramount Bowl in New Braunfels, students have a free place to practice, shoe rental and uniforms. Paramount Bowl also provides some professional training for the athletes. “The bowling team is no cost to the kids,” said Meadows, adding students just need to have the desire to participate. “We just want students who are eager to get better and make a commitment to be here. Students have to be enthusiastic, positive and ready to have a good time.” Freshman Bryan Achter-berg said being a part of the bowling team has been a lot more fun than he expected. “I like to bowl,” he said. Achterberg’s mother, Henna, said Bryan is enjoying membership on the team. “He looks forward to bowling night,” she said. Meadows said the students Changing of the guard Submitted photo Canyon High’s Air Force JROTC program underwent its first formal change of command ceremony on Saturday. Accepting the Air Force flag from Retired USAF Col. Harvey Haas is JROTC Corps Commander Cadet Capt. Ronald Oswalt (center). On the right is the outgoing corps commander, Cadet Capt. Steven Koehler. Awards for academic achievement and participation were also presented during the ceremony. Recycling contest is Feb. 1-28 Abitibi Recycling will sponsor its annual recycling contest from Feb. I to Feb. 28. During the contest period, Abitibi Recycling will accept all clean, dry paper collected in the paper retriever bins located at schools through New Braunfels ISD. Contamination in the form .of phone books, trash, plastic, food containers, aluminum and unflattened cardboard boxes may cause that load to be rejected. Acceptable materials will Around Town Contact Features Editor Brian Grant, 625-9144 ext. 222 MRNNN Archives Anonymous At a glance The first ever high school bowl-off is scheduled for Sunday, 1 to 3 p.m., at Paramount Bowl. have met new Mends as they practice for about an hour after school every Tuesday and Thursday. Matches against members of the Canyon High School bowling team are scheduled for Monday and Sunday afternoons twice a month. ‘Their network of friends has spread out. I want it to be fun,” the teacher said. Feeling confident her students will not strike out on their charter quest of developing and maintaining a bowling team, Meadows thinks the team will have the opportunity to compete in the state finals in March. The team is participating in Paramount Bowl’s first ever high school bowl-off, Sunday from I to 3 p.m. It will cost $10 per person to bowl as many games as pos- juble. during a t wo-hour period. Trophies will be awarded to the school with the most faculty bowlers and the school with the largest participation overall. Funds raised will be used to fund the cost of the trip to state competition in March. For the Best in Local News Subscribe, call 625-9144 [arket lace AA-03-05 BV BECKY LOMBARDO Special to Herald Zeitung We were able to get all the names of the Smithson Valley Rangerettes (AA-03-03). From left, they are Shelley Rotele, Carolyn Rice, Vicky Wood, Him Mocker! and Beth Heaton. They were members of the 1986-1987 cross-country team. Thank you Jessica Little Owens and Kathy Jennings. No one called about the lady AA-03-06 musician (AA-02-04). Look closer to see if you recognize her. These couple of cowboys are demonstrated the art of shoeing a horse (AA-03-05). No, I really don’t know why the picture was taken, so if you know anything about it, give me a call. This picture was taken in the 1980s. I’ve got another group of Smithson Valley Rangers (AA-03-06). They could be Recruits must read fine print before enlisting DEAR ABBY: I read with interest the letter from the 25-year-old man who’s considering joining the military, and whose family and Mends think he’s lost his mind. I’m a retired Army colonel and think how fortunate this country would be if more people had that young man’s attitude. ,, My strongest recommendation to that fella — or anyone joining the military — is to make absolutely sure of what you are signing up for. Read the DD Form 4, Enlistment Contract — every word. If a recruiter promises something, have that promise put in writing on the DD Form 4 or it is not considered binding. Also, don’t let a recruiter tell you “now or never.” He may say that only to fulfill a quota. Yes, there are restrictions and qualification factors, but a good recruiter will lily out all of those openly and work with the applicant to satisfy the individual’s need as well as the military’s. — COL. MM, HUNTSVILLE, AIA. Dear Abby DEAR COL. MM: You have written an important letter, and I hope that “Not in Boot Camp Yet” takes it to heart. I’m sure it will help not only him, but also any high school senior who is unsure about what to do after graduation. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips. For everything you need to know about wedding planning, order “How to Have a Lovely Wedding.” Send a business-sized, self-addressed envelope, plus check or money order for $5 to: Dear Abby - Wedding Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, IL 61054-0447. (Postage is included in the price.) be collected from the paper retrievers, then weighed and calculated by Abitibi Recycling. These weight calculations are final and the official determination for award purposes. In the past, Memorial Primary and Lamar Primary have placed in the annual contest and received cash awards. The last day to request pickups for additional loads will be Feb. 21. rn Discover the ( World Around You with the Herald-Zeitung classmates of the Rangerettes. And judging by their shirts, they could also be the track team. Call me with any information that you have. As always, keep reading, keep remembering and keep calling! 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