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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 27, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page4A HERALDZEITUNG Tbesday May Contact Features Editor Brian Grant 6259144 ext 222 Canyon High School Graduating Class of 2003 Canyon High School 2003 commencement takes place Saturday at 10 in the Strahan Coliseum at Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos There are 236 graduates CHS this year The class valedictorian is Erin Weigand and Mark Vaclavik is the salutatorian Also graduating in the top 10 this year are Lindsey Maine Waymer Jon Grunert Krystle Weidner Shelby Pearce Camden Hallmark Caitlm Sharp Blake William Owens and Anna Marie Krug Student News Roger Horn of Univer sal City graduated from Saint Leo University in Florida May 10 participating in the Universitys 41st com mencement and baccalaure ate mass Horn was one of 459 graduting students He received a bachelors degree in computer information sys tems cum laude Stephen T Smith son of Mr and Mrs Dean Smith and Sara K Matheny daughter of Mr and Mrs Gary Mathis all of New Braunfels weie among 540 graduating seniors who received diplo mas May 10 in commence ment exercises at Harding University Majoring in accounting Smith received the bachelor of business administration degree Matheny majoring in Christian education received the bachelor of arts degree Ceremonies were held in Ganus Athletic Center Dr Lynne V Cheney was the commencement speaker Daniel J Furney is list ed on the University of Oklahoma Norman campus honor roll for the spring 2003 semester Students must earn a minimum grade point average and be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours Sara Emily Murray earned a GPA and is included on the presidents honor roll Meetings NBISD BOARD OF TRUSTEES regular meet ing today at the Education Center Board Room Budget and tax hearing at 6 proclamations and awards at meeting at 7 COMAL COUNTY COM MISSIONERSCOURT public hearing on regulating sexually oriented businesses 6 today Bulverde Senior Center 30280 Cougar Bend Bulverde CITY OF BULVERDE COUNCIL regular meeting 6 today Bulverde Senior Center 30280 Cougar Bend NEW BRAUNFELS CITY COUNCIL regular meeting today Council Chambers New Braunfels Municipal Building 424 S Castell Ave SCHERTZ CITY COUNCIL special workshop 7 Wednesday Municipal Complex Conference Room 1400 Scherte Parkway Shertz COMAL COUNTY COM MISSIONERS ular meeting am Thursday commissioners courtroom Commissioners Court Building 199 Main Plaza COMAL COUNTY COM MISSIONERS COURT public hearing on regulating sexually oriented businesses am Thursday com missioners courtroom CommissionersCourt Building 199 Main Plaza Photo submitted George Gervin the Iceman and Spurs Hall of Famer visit ed Mt Valley Intermediate School students thanks to the Communities in Schools program Gervin talked about the importance of education and setting goals He shot free throws with MVIS student Ashley Freeman the state run nerup in the Knights of Columbus free throw contest He even took time to sign more than 200 autographs Photo submitted Ashley Matthews a native of New Braunfels seen in fore ground is shown taking part in one of the traditions of Texas Lutheran University graduation Matthews joined the rest of the class of 2003 in patting the nose of Lucky the Bulldog for luck Lucky is the schools mascot could help you tame your YearRound Allergjes CTHR is looking for volunteers who experience yearround nasal symptoms to participate in a study involving an investigational medication Qualified participants will be compensated up to For more information please call 8306090900 36RC5L Foster care program will conduct fundraising effort Lighthouse of Seguin has embarked on the foster care programs largestever fundraising effort Representatives of the 501 C3 nonprofit will begin can vassing Comal and Guad alupe counties this week seeking financial support for the organizations growing program said representative Jack K Gandesbery Gandesbery said that for the first time the organization is combining two of its fundrais ing light Card and Purple Pages projects in a more concentrated one month project that coincides with Foster Awareness Month Fundraising efforts will extend into June The Light Card project works with area businesses to build coupon or discount ser vice directories that would be given to licensed foster homes Gandesbery said Lighthouse representatives would be contacting busi nesses in Seguin New Braunfels and San Marcos Businesses interested in making donations can call Gandesbery at 830 303 1260 or email him at email@example.com Representatives also will be handing out Purple Pages in an effort to recruit foster parents The papers list telephone numbers and information for those interested in becoming foster parents The pages contain mes sages from and drawings by children being served by Lighthouse The consensus is that the painless test to see if one can foster or not is an investment worth said Gandes bery Even single and older people can foster children and affect a life for the better He said volunteers are need ed to help distribute Purple Call 830 3031260 MONEY MART PAWN JEWELRY 189 IH 35 South New Braunfels TX 78130 Next To Bluebonnet Jeep 6201188 SIMMONS BEAUTY RESTWORLD CLASS EXCEPTIONAL Prices So Cheap Manufacturers Wont Let Us Advertise Them YOl IVAY TAX PILLOWTOP iPillow Top Set IN SAN ANTONIO CAL KING Cefttattress tor that STUPUJ WATERBED Complete Mattress Sets Twin Mattress Supreme Sets TWIN FULL QUEEN KING gfH With I TWIN Mattresses sf FUU Km QO 7pc Luxury Hard Pine Slliloll Wood Style Bedroom Set i Bed VfiUf POLICE DISCOUNT HEALTHWORKER DISCOUNT SENIOR DISCOUNT MILITARY DISCOUNT TEACHER STUDENT DISCOUNT 7350 TEZEL RD 210 5439100
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