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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 26, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas ALL FOR ADC 78ft ill 10IW571 SOUTHyEST HKKOPIMISHERS 2627 E VAHDELL OR EL fASO TX 7990 illmlill NOVEMBER fji 2RALDZEITUNG SPORTS FOOTBALL Smithson Valley brings playoff savvy into todays game against the San Benito Page SA FORUM COLUMN Guest columnist Klaus Weiswurm writes who trustees need to treat CISD like the business it Page 4A and Comal County since j 1 Partly cloudy High Low 69 51 Details 1B i COMICS 21 CROSSWORD tt I FORUM 4A I OBITUARlfS I SPORTS BA I TV GRIDS M Firm to propose special taxing district By Scott Mahon Staff Writer ffgSZ pose a special taxing district city and county Cok proposed taxing district would the taxing district will include See Page 3A A DAY OF THANKS orders from the Westside Community Marvin and Betty Thanksgiving dinners bring people together to help others By Leigh Jones Staff Writer Sam Cholico was up and out of the house before 5 Thanksgiving Less than seven hours lat he had helped prepare and serve 500 meals to peo ple all over New Cholico was one of 40 vol unteers at Our Lady of Per petual Help Catholic Church who gave up part of their Thanksgiving Day to help bring joy to people who do not have much reason to smile during the holiday sea Its a good he A lot of the people we serve are by themselves or do not have the means to cook a nice dinner like The more people we the OLPH was prepared to feed as many as 900 but Cholico said he expected to prepare around 750 Any food left at the end of the day will be donat ed to local shelters or saved for baskets given to families at The festive decorat ed with brown and red was not full at but many volunteers already had carried boxes of meals to their cars to deliver to homebound community See Page 3A Service to bring piece of Germany to church By Leigh Jones Staff Writer Margot Hendricks is only missing one thing to make the atmosphere surround ing this years German Christmas service just like home German Christ mases are much and often than the holi day celebrated in New but that will not stop Hendricks from feel ing a little homesick when she sings her favorite carols in her native It brings back a lot of childhood mem she Last 240 people attended the Christmas conducted exclusive ly in at Cross Lutheran Hendricks was inspired to organize the service to bring a piece of the homeland to six women in the including who grew up in Germany and moved to America as My husband was a GI stationed in Frankfurt when we When he got his orders to come I decided to go AT A GLANCE I What German Christmas Service I When 3 5 I Where Cross Lutheran 2171 Common See Page 2A Victoria hands off a pie to Bob Schima at Our Lady of Perpetual Helps annual Thanksgiving Both were vol unteers at the and while this is Ayalas first year at Our Lady of Perpetual she volunteered last Thanksgiving at the Westside Community COMINGSUNDAY Tour of homes Second in a series of ties about homes that will be featured during the annual citywide event Northeast Bible Church uses events to reach out to community NORTHEAST BIBLE CHURCH Denomination Evangelical Free Church of America Attendance 800 Meeting times 6 9 and Sunday Location 19185 FM2252 I Phone 210 6515462 I Web site Worship style blended I Mission To guide every per son a lira Jesus Christ By Leigh Jones Staff Writer This Garden Ridges North east Bible Church will spread holiday cheer to New Braunfels through a con cert at the Sing to the King will include a sign language drama and Its a musical said Wor ship Associate Jonathan The Christmas scheduled for 6 is a way for the church to reach out to New Braunfels on behalf of its sister New Braunfels Bible which does not have its own Its received very well by people Daugherty Last we had 350 ui Senior staff member Bill Eubank said the concert was an extension of the churchs philosophy of relationship build ing MIL We have to relate to people to help them learn to be all that God can have them he Northeast Bible Church was founded in 1981 by San Antonios Wayside Beginning with 98 people in the first the church has continued to The congregation spent eight years meeting in local schools before moving into a new building on the churchs cur rent where they held their first service on Easter Sunday Since they have built an education building and four portable classroom and they still need more Our plans for a new nursery and sanc tuary are Eubank We are one quarter of the way through fund rais and we hone to break ground as soon as Every church membership But every it shrinks a little c 0 Tom and Bill Eubank are See Page 3A pastors at the Northeast BibJe Church in Garden
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