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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 19, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas DECEMBER 2004 SUNDAY 2RALDZEITUNG LIFE PROM SCRATCH The Sophienburg recently held a class offering tips for making 1C COUPONS Walgreens offer coupons for savings in its Inside Comal County since 30 40 5 sections CLICK j 8 e Mostly sunny High Low 64 34 Details3B DEARABBY 11 CLASSIFIEDS ID COMICS 4C CROSSWORD 4C FORUM 4A OBITUARIES tt SPORTS IB TV GRIDS M A STELLAR EFFORT CISD board I to follow new procedures By Leigh Jones Staff Writer Comal Indepen dent School Dis trict trustees have a new set of rules to play Despite squab bling over Trustee Rose Cervins pub lic comments about business conducted in a closed ses sion all seven trustees voted unanimously Thursday to approve the new board operating proce The 12page document includes language covering closed session Information discussed in closed session must remain it The document also re quests trustees refrain from making statements that might be interpret ed as critical of oth er team Although trustees inspected the lan guage in detail before approving onoo Cervin did not ob Rose Cervin ject until me review reached the last The last under the section titled Trustees Code of exhorts trustees to abide by the rules in the new We have to abide by the not just these proce Cervin Cervin requested language modifying the phrase to reflect deference to the See Page 10A p u Photos by MANDV Dajld gives words of comfort to Nathan GiierrSWeef the fasfplay of the Class 5ADivision II state football Rangers lost to Southlake Carroll 2724 in the state championship game Rangers play come up short 2724 SVHS 2004 POSTSEASON FOOTBALL SCORES I SVHS San Marcos 21 I SVHS San Antonio Clark 20 SVHS Benito 0 San I SVHS San AntonioTaft 24 I SVHS Houston Clear Lake 10 i Carroll SVHS 24 By Will Wright Sports Editor the gamewin ning kick went through as time a hush fell over the far side of Texas The Smithson Valley for the third year in the past finished as all state alsorans but this time not before putting up a valiant fight against a team some polls have tagged the best in the United The Southlake Carroll Drag ons finished the season 160 after their 2724 victory over the Rangers in the Class 5A Division II state football cham pionship A 41yard field goal by Drag ons kicker Kevin Ortega sealed Carrolls second state title win in the past three years with coming against the Im proud of our said Justin Ray and Reagan Moczygemba huddle together after the Smithson Valley coach Larry whose team finished the season Id be proud of them if wed have gotten beat but obviously that was nt the GAME MEMORIES Although the football sea son is the Herald Zeitung takes a photo retro spective at the state cham pionship game on 11A Entering the game anywhere from a ninepoint to 25point the Rangers dug in for the long They quick ly caused two Carroll turnovers and led 1410 at and led 2417 after Eryk Anders blocked a punt and picked it up and ran for a TD with left in the But the Dragons proved their scoring sec onds later on Chase Daniels 65yard strike to Kenton Ged wed to tie and staging a final drive over the last 90 seconds to position for the winning Nobody expected this to See Page 11A Tour of Faith Another church is profited in the Operation Santa Glaus to benefit 139 children in 42 families By Ron Maloney Staff Writer GARDEN RIDGE If Santa Glaus has a little trouble get ting ready to deliver toys to all the worlds he could have learned a thing or two in Garden Ridge Friday Thats because it just might be possible that members of the Garden RidgeBracken Lions Club have been wrap ping and delivering toys almost as long as he has or maybe it just felt like About 40 Lions and their friends worked at the Com munity Center preparing to deliver gifts and holiday food to 139 children in 42 families as part of the clubs annual Operation Santa which theyve been doing for more than 30 See Page 10A Cheer Fund volunteers bring gifts to needy CHEER FUND I Photos of the Cheer Fund volunteers delivering baskets to locals are on By Scott Mahon Staff Writer While most of us are busy doing our lastminute Christ mas rushing to get packages mailed and celebrat ing the season with coworkers at company Christmas there are families whose only hope for a Merry Christmas depends on the generosity and benevolence of the communi ty Families like the Roberts fam whose smiles denoted the appreciation they felt early Sat urday morning as volunteers from the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung handed them a basket full of holiday For the past 15 the Her aldZeitung has delivered bas kets of food to needy families enough food for a holiday including green a canned oranges and Included in the baskets were stuffed with handmade volunteers delivered the food to needy families in New Braunfels and outlying areas in Comal and Guadalupe counties as part of this years 15th annual Cheer Fund Cheer Fund coordinator Rosie Willingham said 250 needy families received baskets of food this Its the first year we exceeded 200 she said And it was only because of the tremendous response by the See CHifR Page 6A DAVW HeraldZeitung Operations Director Vilma and Ron Vaughn deliver a box of food to the home of Desiree and Debra Roberts Saturday morning as part of the newspapers annual Cheer I BLUEBONNET IWH VEHICLES IN S1UCK 2004 FORD TAURUS SES i hiti Prut
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