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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 26, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas SEPTEMBER 2003 ALL FOR ADC 78ii 1000571 SOUTHWEST HIlWIJBLfSHFKS 2627 E YflHDQL OR EL PASO U Illlllll I I IHM H COUPON SADDLI UP Double Speer Training and Boarding is offering horseback riding lessons as a fair j Page 3A I SPORTS IN TEMPLE Sixthranked Smithson Valley Rangers take their game on the Road to meet the Temple Pago 5A Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 14 2 sections www Partly cloudy High Low 86 65 Details 1B COMJCS 26 CROSSWORD 28 FORUM 4A PLANNER 1B SPORTS 64A COUNTY FAIR 2OO3 ITS FAIR DAY Barnyard bonanza behooves By Ron Maloney Staff Writer Jennifer Trevino and the rest of Kellie Biers Lamar Primary School first grade class mostly city in hog heaven Thursday at the Comal County They were hanging in the fairs baby an annual day farm con ducted for hundreds of school children who might otherwise never see a barnyard Jennifer and her friends played with lambs and piglets along with hundreds of other kids who enjoyed school day in the livestock In Jennifers she was very busy at the She helped the class make fudge and entered a cornbread shed made in the baking I dont know if I I havent checked she said in the petting a Eiler watched and This is my second year of bringing she She had walked her 20 pupils down the street from the nearby They love she They look forward to com ing to see the fair and the ani Lamar kids walk to the fair each Eiler begin ning in These firstgraders are vet she Before the Eiler teaches See Page 3A FAIR to Admission Adults 12 and over Children 611 years Under 6 years Free Parking At the Fairgrounds Free parking and shuttle available at Schlitterbahns Surfenburg on Union Friday and Saturday only Kennedy finds her parents in the crowd and waves to them while participating in the First Protestant School Fair Day DAVID Parade Thursday Schools spent the day gearing up for Fair Day with activities and field trips to the petting Schools prep area pupils for fair fan Dylan Jimdnez Staff Writer Frazier Elementary students Thursday came out of class rooms galloping to the A a they said A music teacher brought his quarter horse to teach stu dents about activities at the Comal County He told students how to care for a You take the hoof pick and take all the sand and dirt and poop out of the he the children They also were entertained that his horse eats 15 to 20 pounds of food and poops 50 pounds a He showed the group the brand and then demonstrated calf When it was their some of the students roped each Colson an 8 yearold roped the dummy calf on the first I dont have any but my dad taught me how to do he Students also held compe titions for arts and We want to give the kids a concept of what a fair said Betsy The students learned about the life cycle of said Melanie kinder garten They learned about farm animals and what they pro vide including nutri Students also learned about the jobs of Hanson Lamar students attend the PRCA Rodeo Thursday through Saturday 8 Advance At the gate Sunday Advance tickets At the gate Bullriders Extravaganza 2 Advance tickets At the 3 H Comal Corral Dances Children 11 and under free Saturday Comal Corral Schedule Today High school bands 1 to 4 Free Countyline Band with guest Two Tons of Steel 7 to 12 M Carnival Today 10 to 12 Saturday to 1 fair and look at the quilts and canned goods exhibits to learn how people lived in the Hanson The les sons also teach the children a sense of she They get to see the judg ing Hanson so that they understand whats going on at the First Protestant School in downtown New Braunfels has hosted a minifair in the gym for 18 said Joyce See Page 3A Dads dancing because Loves You New Braunfels High School Monoceras Meagan and Paige Foyt work on their high kicks while Hefleys step father Brent Jenkins tries to keep By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer a road construction is learning to leap and wiggle like a drill team He and 18 other New Braunfels High School Monoceras dance team dads have been working all week to prepare for a halftone performance at tonights Unicom home Theyve put in almost four hours learning moves from their daugh ters and director Kellie At Thursdays they were off step and awk ward as they danced their num ber to the Beatles She Loves Sometimes Jackson laughs so hard she can hardly direct she To be quite it looks pretty Jackson told the group after the highstepping finale Jackson became the troupes director in She and the dancers started the show three years The crowd and dads have fun with Jackson Part of it is them looking Jackson They get into it Some of the dads videotape the routine and practice at With the football the dads are always but with drill the moms usually Jackson The girls love and its a great The dads even come out with a greater respect for what their child she Kirk did the routine last year with daughter The practices and performance brings the two Keppel The sad thing is shes a sen he 1 dont get to come back again next Larry Taylor Pebby Taylor National Board for in Hearing Iiutnunem Sckncet ADVANCED HEARING CARE WITH THE ATTENTION YOU DESERVE Common Street Professional 1583 Common Suite 100 New Braunfels Texas 78130 8306278660
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