New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 22, 2005, Page 7

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung April 22, 2005

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 22, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas CHURCH CONTINUED FROM Page 1A First vacation Bible school this summer each new location they moved to until just before Easter when they settled into a permanent home. The new building, on 15 acres just outside New Braunfels, gives them the room they need to stretch out and continue serving the community This summer, the church will host its first vacation Bible school. While the children are growing in their knowledge of the faith, Kibbe wants to begin to teach "spiritual children” as well. “We will have an emphasis on small group ministries that reach out to hurting people,” he said. "We want groups for recovering alcoholics and teen mothers, anyone who is hurt- •    _    H ing. The groups are targeted to people who are not going to church anywhere right now. “We want to grow by attract ing people who are unchurched,” Mitchell said. “They are the people who need God's counsel most. We are here to serve them.” Mitchell believes the small group model will work because of society’s common denominator — loneliness. “We are so individualistic that every one is lonely,” he said. “People have a hunger to belong to a group, even if it’s just the local bar where they know they will see a friendly face. We are here to be friends with those people, not just friendly.”CELL CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Telemarketers not likely to call — yet consent,” the release states. Jen Schwartzman, with the FTC public affairs office, said the commission had concluded the e-mail was originally generated out of concern over a cell phone “411” directory proposed by wireless service providers last year. What started as a true story about a voluntary directory became only a partially true tale of ruthless digit seekers. “People are so concerned about protecting their personal information, they were just “We thought that was strange because we had not heard anything from our carriers about it.” — Myra Zunker Co-owner of The Communications Source trying to offer a public service to their friends and family,” Schwartzman said. “It then turned into a gigantic game of telephone, no pun intended.” Although the e-mail messages have caught the attention of government agencies, they do not seem to be causing much concern among local cell phone users. Kraft Mobiletel, which sells Cingular, T Mobile, Nextel and Verizon services, has not received any calls from worried customers. Myra Zunker, co-owner of The Communication Source, said she only discovered the scam yesterday. “We found out about it when we got an e-mail from a customer,” she said. “We thought that was strange because we had not heard anything from our carriers about it. But, we haven’t gotten a lot of calls or anything.” Zunker said sales calls on cell phones was not something that worried her right now. “I’ve gotten some crazy text messages recently, but I’ve never gotten any telemarketing calls,” she said. Texas P'jj1    USte URGENT CARE MEDICINE 8 Convenient Locations Texas MedClinic currently accepts Aetna, United Healthcare, Unicare, Humana PPO, Employers Health, Texas True Choice, Ethix SW and many others for Urgent Medical Problems. Open 365 Days No appointment necessary Loop 410/Broadway 821-5598 Loop 1604/Bandera 695-4884 Blanco/Parliament 341-5588 Loop 410/Ingram 520-5588 8am - 11pm Minimal waiting times IH-35N/Eisenhauer 655-5529 SE Military/Roosevelt 927-5580 IH-10/Wurzbach 696-5599 IH-35/Loop 1604 659-5533 Texas MedClinic is not a Primary Care Provider Business Office 349-5577 Sorry, we do not accept Medicaid or Medicare Assignment Friday, April 22, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7 A Grapes, wine take center stage in Grape Bake cooking contest May 14 By Scott Mahon Staff Writer Get your recipe book out and a bottle of Texas wine. The deadline for entries in the second annual Grape Bake cooking contest is May 5. Sponsored by the Main Street promotions committee to help promote Wein and Saengerfest, the cooking contest also encourages the use of grapes and Texas wines. Tile contest is open to anyone 21 years old and older. Prizes will be awarded in several categories. Contest rules and entry forms are available in the Main Street office at the Municipal Building at 424 S. Casten Ave., and also at Benne Hardware, Celebrations and Color Express. The contest entry deadline is 5 p.m. May 5. A copy of the recipe must be submitted along with a $5 entry fee. “We’re just trying to encourage people to use of grape products and wine and have some fun during the Wein and Saengerfest festivity,” said Connie Worley, contest chairman. Only one recipe may be submitted in each category. Recipes must be from an individual or a joint effort by a club. Recipes will be judged equally on creativity, appearance and presentation, flavor and texture, and on the importance of grapes, grape products and/or wine in the CLICK b recipe. All recipes must be original creations. Late entries will not be accepted. Prepared recipes will be presented for judging at the temperature at which they should be served at noon, May 14, at the Weinstein University tent in the IOO block of West San Antonio Street. Winners will be announced immediately after the judging at the entertainment stage. First-place winners will be selected in each category. A grand champion will be selected from the top entry in each category. For information, call Worley at 629-4419 or Jan Soechl-ing at 608-2100, ext. 252. Visit our Web site www.herald-zeitung.com CLICK b Does your child suffer with allergy symptoms in the Fall? v ii lf you are interested in learning more, or to see if your child may qualify, please call Central Texas Health Research: 48RN4N lf so, he or she may qualify for a research study of an investigational medication taken pre-season for Fall allergy symptoms. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: April 22, 2005

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