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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 14, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas GOODFORYOU Photo submitted Travis Schott, an eighth-grader at New Braunfels Middle School, will attend San Antonio's Saint Mary's Hall for high school. Schott to attend Saint Marys Hall for high school New Braunfels Middle School eighth-grader Travis Schott is headed to San Antonio’s Saint Mary’s Hall for high school on a full tuition scholarship. Schott was one of four middle schoolers to receive the Campbell Scholarship. He competed with more than 130 eighth graders during the four month selection process. To be considered for the award, Schott had to score in the 90th percentile on four sub scores of the Independent School Entrance Exam, hold a minimum 3.2 grade point average and provide examples of community and leadership service. The students also were required to submit recommendations from three of their teachers, write an essay and interview with a panel of four independent judges. The scholarship named for Ruth Taylor Campbell, Saint Mary’s Hall former trustee and alumna, was first awarded to students in 1989. To date, more than $2.8 million has been awarded to cover partial or full upper school tuition costs for 140 students. — Leigh Jones Birthdays/Anniversaries HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO: ■ Anita White ■ Rosadora Rodriguez, 9 years old HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO: ■ Kenneth and Jackie Brinkkoeter How to get your news into the Herald-Zettunc Residents are encouraged to share their accomplishments, special moments and community events, you can submit by: ■ Mail — 707 Landa St 78130. ■ E-mail — [email protected] ■ Information — Call 625-9144, ext 222 WEATHER Updated forecasts: www.srh.noaa.gov Type "city, state" or zip code into space provided and click "go" button. TEXAS FORECAST TODAY Partly doudy Rain: 20% Hi: 88 Low: 62 Saturday, May 14 AccuWeather ■Com forecast for daytime conditions, low/high temperatures COLO KAN [*^*>!71 748 <***■ Wichita Falls 78 /53 I .......  I    Midland    80/SO I /    * El Paso 87 763    #    ’    *SC..,—' ARK I Dallas 88 /58 I UL  a -    ( ♦ .a: M • cf 7> Houston 86 64 JR San Antonio 86 64 mexico © 2005 AccuWeather, Inc. O €Cb C3 C3 <Q> ^ O CS*? o *    . v -    '    #8    •>»»>>>>    v v v Sunny Pl Cloudy Cloudy Showers T storm* Ram Flumes Sno* Ice \to Associated f'ress SUN and MOON Sunrise today 6.40 a.m. Sunset today 8:18 p.m. » MOON PHASES letqtr. t    ^Lastqtr. 5/16 V 75/23 ^ 5/30 6/6 POLLEN COUNTS Mold    Moderate Grass    High Pecan    Low Oak    Absent _______COASTAL    FORECAST___ Port Aransas: Mostly cloudy rn the morning then becoming partly doudy Southeast winds at 5 to IO mph increasing to 15 mph. High in mid 80s inland, lower 80s coast. It will be partly cloudy tonight with a 20 percent chance of storms. Southeast winds at 10 to 15 mph becoming light Low in mid 60s inland, upper 60s coast Sunday Partly doudy Flain: 20% Hi: 84 Low: 60 Monday Partly doudy Rain: 20% Hi: 84 Low: 63 BY THE r IN COMAL COUNTY Highs/lows 5/12 Canyon Dam 80/67 New Braunfels Airport 82/71 Rainfall 5/12 Month Canyon Dam 1.79 1.92 New Braunfels 0.47 0.54 Water Flows 5/13 Changa Edwards Aquifer 689.9 -0.1 Comal River Canyon Dam 427.0 -1.0 cubic ft/second 5/13 Changa Inflow 580 -39.0 cubic ft/second Outflow 663 +22.0 cubic ft/second Lake level 910.42 -0.04 feet above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report 5/13 Surface water 7.428 million gallons Well level 1.156 million gallons Tuesday Partly doudy Rain: 10% Hi: 86 Low: 67 Wednesday Partly doudy Hi: 90 Low: 68 ACROSS TEXAS as of 8 a m. Saturday City/ Hi/ Lo/ Pre/ Otlk Amarillo/68/54/.40/PCIdy Austin/84/69//Cldy Dallas-Ft Woith/83/67//Cldy El Paso/85/52//C!r Houston/83/65//PCIdy Lubbock/87/66//PCIdy San Antonio/83/69//Cldy ACROSS THE NATION as of 8 a rn. Saturday City/ HI/Lo/Pre/ Otlk Atlanta/86/66//Clr Baltimore/74/51//Cldy Boston/60/39//Clr Buffalo/50/36//PCIdy Ch icago/53/49//Ra i n Cincinnati/67/51/.01/PCIdy Cleveland/50/42//Rain Denver/61 /38//PCIdy Detro it/56/45//PCIdy Honolulu/89/78//Clr lndianapolis/65/50/.04/Rain Kansas City/83/60/1.98/Rain Las Vegas/83/66//PCIdy Los Angeles/82/59//Clr Memphis/93/71//Clr Miami Beach/84/73//PCIdy Nashville/90/64//PCIdy New Orleans/90/70//PCIdy New York City/66/46//Clr Philadelphia/73/47//PCIdy Phoenix/88/66//Clr Pittsburgh/66/47//PCIdy Raleigh-Durham/89/58/.06/Cldy St Louis/83/70//Rain Salt Lake City/55/42/.05/Clr San Diego/76/62//Clr San Francisco/69/55//Clr Seattle/62/51//Clcfy Washington,D.C/75/55//Cldy WEATHER EXTREMES High 98 at Wink Low 16 at Saranac Lake, N.Y. Roadwork DAVID INGRAM/Herald-Zeitung A front-end loader, vehicles and workers share Mission Drive Friday afternoon as crews patch the road. For Local Dues; ■ Closure: Crews will dose southbound exit ramp 19QA and entrance ramp 190. ■ Reopens: None. Motorists wishing to access this area will use exit 191, just before Business 3o ■ Work: Crews will be switching traffic to the newly constructed portion of the west frontage road from Business 35 to Meadow. ■ Closure: The southbound exit ramp 188 to Business 35 at the New Braunfels Marketplace is closed permanently and the southbound (west) frontage road will be switched to the newly completed frontage road from south of Texas 46 to the Marketplace. ■ Reopens: The exit closure is permanent ■ Detour Traffic will be switched to the newly completed portion of the frontage road. ■Work: Interstate 35 reconstruction project. COMINGSUNDAY American Profile Traveling nation’s parkways a great way to take in some of the country’s best national treasures. Section B Herald-Zeitung To have your event publicized, contact Melissa McCaghren at 625-9144, ext 222, or by e-mail at [email protected] com ■MMNHMNR COMMUNITY DAVID INGRAM/Herald-Zeitung DON T MISS FAMILY HEALTH FORUM Shelby Curry, 25 months old, spots her mom at the finish line during the McKenna Toddler Run and Family Health Forum at Landa Park last year. This year’s run and family health forum will be held from 8 a.m. to noon May 21 at the New Braunfels Utilities Service Center, 355 FM 306. The toddler run is for toddlers IO to 36 months. Free T-shirt and care package for each participant. Enjoy carnival activities, free health screenings, and child ID by Comal County Sheriff’s Office. For information, call 606-2160. Spring Tour of Homes Date:Today and Sunday Time: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. You should know: There are 17 Key Communities being featured and over 50 participating homes. Sponsored by the Greater New Braunfels Home Builders Association and the Greater San Antonio Builders Association Information: (830) 609-4242 REMINDERS DON'T FORGET SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2005 DAILY TODAY'S EVENTS Post 35 bingo Time: 1:30 p.m. early bird, 2 p.m. regular bingo Location: 4210 FM 482, Old Solms Road You should know: Smoke-free Information: 625-5535 Yellow Rose of Heaven Christian Club Time: 7 to 10 p.m. Location: Formerly Bonny Sneed's DinnerTheatre, I-35 South behind rest area, between exits 178 and 180 You should know: Becky Braun and Nashville recording artists Gene and LaVadaTriesch of Menorah Music Ministry; meet new people, relax and enjoy good music. Snacks and drinks for sale. Cost: $3 person, 12 and younger free Information: Call Judy Pendergraft at (210) 771-1295. Friends of New Braunfels Public Library Time: 10:30 a.m. Location: N.B. Public Library meeting room You should know: New members welcome.This is our last meeting before the book sale of Sept. 29. Bring donations. Information: 608-2150 Hickory Street Natural Baby Market Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: 415 N. Hickory St. You should know: A unique gathering of natural products and ideas for the whole family. Massage, midwives, doulas, Attached Parenting International, La Leche League, activities for the kids and so much more. Shop, create, learn. Information: Call Amber Clarkson at 708-4381. Children's Open Mic Show Time: 3 to 4 p.m. Location: N.B. Museum of Art and Music You should know: Monthly children's show, enjoy a variety of fun, silly and energetic songs performed by Al Barlow and Jessica Shepherd, instruments provided, or bring your own. Special guests April 9 are Cowboy Mike and the Joyful Fairy. Parents invited to come and watch. Information: 625-5636 Wein and Saengerfest Location: Downtown New Braunfels You should know: Historical festival, wine tasting, grape stomp, live entertainment, art show and market, cooking demonstrations, ethnic pet parade, street dance with Two Tons of Steel. Information: www.ci.new-braun-fels.tx.us/mainst/spevent.html Wimberley Garden Club Tour Time: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: Meet at Wimberley Visitors Center You should know: Tour includes six gardens, art show and sale, and plant sale. Cost: $7 Information: (512) 847-2201 Gemischter Chor Harmonic Time: 11 a.m. Location: In front of Color Express, corner of San Antonio and Casten streets You should know: Wine and Saengerfest; the Chor was recently acclaimed by professionals and peers with a standing ovation, a rare thing at a German singing event. Information: 629-5942 'Stamp Out Hunger' Postal Service Food Drive You should know: Place nonperishable food in your mailbox to be collected by your U.S. Postal Service person. Items will be delivered to the SOS Food Bank. Information: 629-3663 Masonic Lodge Barbecue Time: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Location: First United Methodist Church, 572 W. San Antonio St. You should know: Lodge No. 1109 AF&AM, brisket and fixings with desert, live music, silent auction. Cost: $6.50 per plate donation Information: 609-6642 Military Officers Association of America Meeting Date: Monday Time: 11:30 a.m. Location. Canyon Lake Country Club You should know: Luncheon open to all active duty military officers, former officers members of the Reserve and National Guard, retirees and surviving spouses. Guests welcome. Golf available. Information: (210) 228-9955 Comal County Fair Queen Contest Informational Meeting Date: Monday Time: 7 p.m. Location: Comal County Fair Association Office You should know: All girls who are starting junior year in high school are welcome. Information: Shirley Kivlin 629-3528 Market at the Lake Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Location: Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire and EMS You should know: Arts, crafts, food and music. Benefits the Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire and EMS. Free parking and admission Information: (830) 237-4841 Legends of Texas Swing Music Festival Time: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Location: Stone Mountain Event Center, Dripping Springs You should know: Seating limited. Heading the bill is MelTillis, Ray Benson and Asleep at the Wheel, Hot Club of CowtownTexas Swing Kings, and more. For a complete schedule go to www.legendsoftexasswing.com. Cost: $25 general admission Information: (512) 694-0874 Weekend with the Family Date:Today and Sunday Time: 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday; 9 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. Sunday Location: N.B. Church of Christ, 1665 Business Loop 35 South You should know: WillardTate presents "Learning to Love" series. Information: 625-3520 .    ■‘.•..•Sr-    « ;

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