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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 29, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas page October GOODFORYOU REBECCA S Bradley Nasis Arlon Seay student to attend national forum Bradley Nasis a student at Arlon Seay Intermediate School has been accepted into the People to People World Leader ship Forum Nasis will join a group of students in Washington Nov 3 through 9 From Capitol Hill to the Smithsonian Institute and from Colonial Williams burg to the National Museum of Ameri can History students will delve into the characteristics of American leadership during times of national challenge and prosperity Delegates will participate in small group discussions and exercises to experience first hand how successful leaders develop strategies make decir sions build consensus and foster change Nasis was nominated and accepted for the honor based on outstanding scholastic merit civic involvement and leadership potential The program is coordinated by People to People Ambassador Prdgrams to ful fill the vision Dwight D Eisenhower had for fostering world citizenship when he Dunded People to People during his presidency in 1956 HAPPYJBIRJHDAYTO Sharon Cornett Mark Johnson Martha Shope 75 years old Katherine Zimmerman 17 years old Duane Williams Doris Bueche Thomas Escamilla Russell Baaing Rosa Mesa Vivian Klaerner Kathy ONeal STAMMTISCH PLANNER HERALDEfTUNG To have your ovfifit pyfiticized coftfM tesififM Editor Brian Grant at 222 torn TODAYS EVENTS COMMUNITY Prostate Cancer Support Group Time 6 to 7 Location Comal County Senior Citizen Center 655 Landa St You should know For men under going treatment or living with prostate cancer Sponsored by the American Cancer Society Information Call 6253252 or 625 8088 Christ Presbyterian Church Pioneer Club Time to 8 Location Christ Presbyterian Church 1620 E Common St You should know For children ages 3 through eighth grade Narcotics Anonymous Time Location 24hour Club 1142 Eikel St Alcoholicos Anonimos Fecha miercoles y jueves Tiempo 8 ha 9 Donde 1142 Eikel St Information 6250057 Skat Tournament Time 7 Location Germania Bowling You should know Winners from last week were Chester Boenig James C Stolte Jim Leissner Henry Rush and Roger Reininger Community Council of South Central Texas Time to noon Location Laurel Plaza Community Room 300 Laurel Lahe You should know Lunch for those 60 years and older Free trans portation to site Thursdays is Bingo with prizes Cost Suggested donation Information Call 6291751 Senior Games Time Location Community Resource and Recreation Center Canyon Lake Youth Fastpitch Softball League Organizational meeting Time 7 Location San Marcos Activity Center You should know Sponsored by The San Marcos Parks and Recreation Department is register ing area teams Organizational meeting this date teams for boys and girls grades four to six REBECCAS DONT MISS FALL CARNIVAL The Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Schools Halloween Carnival and Raffle takes place from tb Thursday at 198 W Bridge St There will be fun games crafts a haunted house costume and jackolantern contests and a raffle for a 2004 F150 Super Grew truck donated by Bluebonnet Motors Cost per team for eight games and playoffs Information Call Mick Medina 512 3938285 Author Diane Fanning Time 8 to 11 Location New Braunfels High School library You should know Author will speak tostudents in criminal jus tice classes and sign her book Through the Window the Terrifying True Story of Cross country Killer Tommy Lynn Information Gloria Kolacek 627 6031 REMINDERS DONT FORGET NBHS Student Council Halloween Happenings Date Thursday Time 6 to 8 Location NBHS Commons Information Call Julie Estes 627 6000 Flu Clinic Date Friday Time 9 to 11i30 and to 4 Location Community Resource and Recreation Center Canyon Lake Halloween Pet Costume Contest Date Friday Time 5 judging at Location Canyon Animal Clinic Sattler Information Gift certificates awarded to first secondand thirdplace winners Fall Family Festival Date Friday Time 6 to 8 Location Holy Ground Christian Church 330 S Hackberry You should know All are wel come There will be fun games food goodies and more Information Call 830 624 Peace Lutheran Church Fall Festival Date Friday Time 6 to 9 Location Peace Lutheran Church 1147 S Walnut Ave You should know games food and fun for all ages Information Call 3200618 Big Buck Contest Deadline Date Friday You should know Enter at Docs Guns Schwabs BBQ Haus The Hunting Camp Cost Adults Children B Mile Run Walk and Kids Run Date Saturday Time 8 Location Landa Park You should know Packet pickup at McKenna Sports fitness Center through Friday Cost Entry is until Thursday after and includes Tshirt complimentary Wurstfest ticket and postrace party With awards cere mony Kids race is free or if a Tshirt is desired Information Call Scott Wood 830 7082991 Flu Shot Clinic Date Saturday Time 10 to 1 Location Holy Family Catholic Church 266 S Hjdalgo Ave You should know Hosted by La Mujer Tejana Must be over 18 Free to Medicare part B recipi ents Cost Information Call Mary Camarillo 6091055 Halloween Dance Date Saturday Time 8 Location VFW Hall Geronimo You should know All ages are invited Cost over 16 students over 6 under6 free Information Call 830 5569228 Introduction to Disaster Mass Care Damage Assessment Date Saturday Time to 5 Location Call for exact location You should know Sponsored by the New Braunfels Branch Office of American Red Cross Learn how to initiate immediate community dis aster response Cost Free of charge preregistra tion is required Information Call 6089876 The Vienna Choir Boys Date Nov 5 Time Location Brauntex Theatre 290 Antonio St You should know Sponsored by the Sophienburg Museum and the Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre One performance only Information Call 6270808 Blood Drive Date Nov 5 Time 9 to 11 Location Connections parking lot 1414 W San Antonio St Information Call Bucky Dukes at 6296571 WEATHER CLICK Updated forecasts Type city state or zip code into space provided and click go button TEXAS FORECAST 5DAY OUTLOOK FOR NEW BRAUNFELS AND COMAL COUNTY TODAY Mostly sunny Hi 85 Low 60 Thursday Mostly cloudy Hi 82 Low 65 Friday Partly cloudy Hi 82 Low 64 Saturday Partly cloudy Hi 83 Low 66 Sunday Partly cloudy Hi 81 Low 64 Wednesday Oct 29 forecast tor daytime conditions BY THE NUMBERS Canyon Dam Airport BainfaT MonVh San ISlArjONAJ Pulyjirde Canyon Dam Fischer Sttjre New Braunfels Ojoi Sprjngjraneh Water Flow Change Comal River 387 cubic Canyon Pam Change Inflow 228 9 cubic Outflow 20 cubic Vsecond Lake level Sunny Cloudy Showers Tstorms Flin Ryrries 09 SUN and MOON Swnrife today am Synjet today MOON PHASES NBU PUrnPing Surface wajir nya million gallons Lake levef million gallons ACROSS TEXAS PQLJUEN COUJSITS sunny in the rowing thin Uiyv oecofljing partly cloudy Mighs in the upper 70s 608 Wand near 7Qcoasi 99 at Death Valley Calif Delay Lee Street will be closed between Hackberry and Orange avenues beginning at 8 today Reopens 5 V Detour Drivers who typically use this area of Lee Street should seek an alternative route on neighboring streets Work Maintenance on water mains and services For informa tion call the New Braunfels Utilities water department at 608 8873 Closure Live Oak Avenue will be closed between the hours of 8 and this week between Lee and Stonewall Streets Additional closings will be necessary during working days over the next several weeks 1 Reopens each day Detour Adjacent streets Work Replacing water mains and services Fpr information call the New Braunfels Utilities water department at 6088873 Closure Northbound and Southbound Interstate 35 will experi ence alternating lane closures this week between Rueckle Road and FM 725 from 9 to 6 Reopens 6 Thursday Oct 30 1 Detour A minimum pf one lane in each direction will be open at all times Loop 337 would provide a detour Work Removing barriers and placing tieins to existing road way Closure Northbound end southbound Interstate 35 will experi ence alternating lane closures between RyeQkle Road and FM 725 from 9 to 6 Sunday i BSRfltM 6 Opt 30 Detour A minimynn of one lane in each airectjon wl bi open at aJJ times Loop 3J7 would provigJB a deJoyr Work Remoyingi barriers and placing tieins to existing foad way FOB COMMUTERS Sm Antgnjg 1 tone Pi tepf 4JQ la Jf ejojiss tested km SMzmmnB Loop 410 wishing pojssj is 410 widening
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