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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 15, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas June 2005 HERALDZEITUNG Page 5A Courtesy of Sylvan and Rose Fishermans Canyon Lake Trout Report Trout to 10 inches using blue dark cahill black Rooster chrome Super Dupers and pink red salmon eggs with split shot and 12 or 14 treble Canyon Lake Water Clarity Stained upper lake clear lower lake Water Temp 77 degrees Current Level Largamouth Bass Good to 5 pounds on white JoBaby spinner Carolina rigged Texas smoke YUM Zella mander plum apple ZOOM Finesse large minnows and small perch tight to timber early morning in 5 to 25 throw a natural shad 4inch Yamamoto watermelon shad 4inch Ring Worm or chrome black Bomber A to ledges in 8 to 15 Smallmouth Bass Good to 3 pounds on smoke neon YUM Wounded tubes and flake YUM Crawbugs on humps and ledges in 5 to 20 White Bass Fair on live minnows or vertically jigging chrome white Bomber slabs and KT Lures off main lake points at night under lights in 10 to 20 Crappie Very good on yellow Fle ounce jig head chartreuse body tipped with live minnows in back of coves or around brush piles and standing timber at night under lights in 6 to 12 Stripers Good to 10 pounds drift ing comets and hybrid bluegills across mainr lake points at night under Perch Good on live crickets and red Channel and Blue Catfish Good to 8 pounds on red cut Lewis King punch bait and Big Marvs cheese Perch Good to 30 pounds on juglines baited with hy brid bluegills or medium goldfish along ledges in 30 CALENDAR of EVENTS Summer Reading Program Date Today Time 10 to and 2 to Preston Library You should know Morning session is for children 3 years old through first grade afternoon session is for students in the second through fifth is Singing fea turing awardwinning chil drens artist and entertainer Lucas Information Call 830 964 or visit the librarys Web site at Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting Date June 21 Time LocatiorrTye Preston Library Friends of Tye Preston Memorial Library Date June 22 Time 10 Preston Library Information 830 8994015 Summer Reading Program Date June 22 Time 10 to and 2 to Preston Library You should is Go Where No Man Has Gone featuring planets and NASA Information 830 9643744 CANYON JHA Hi IHIH LAKE ZM THE LAKE STARTZVILLE SATTLER FISCHER HANCOCK San Antonio College plans satellite program at SVHS MANDY REARY HeraldZoitung By Melissa Johnson StaffWriter Comal County residents now have a closer option when it comes to taking col lege Beginning this residents will be able to take San Anto nio College courses through a satellite program at Smith son Valley High Six core freshman classes will be offered weekday evenings freshman compo college general psychology and elementary Registration for classes will be held from 4 to 8 July 13 at Those registering need to bring an official high school or college transcript and SAC President Robert Zeigler said evening schedul ing will serve the needs of a diverse population of stu The program allows peo ple who have recently gradu ated from high school and are in the in workforce to com plete classes conveniently while Zeigler Its also a chance for people who started college and who stopped for whatever reason to continue their Isabel senior secretary of distance educa tion and SAC said the 16week classes are designed for students who are seeking associate degrees or who want to transfer credits to other area Students may take up to 12 credit hours per Tliition for the program is based on outofdis trict rates and varies by stu dent and The estimated cost for a 12hour semester is nearly half the price of classes at a pub lic When compared to a four year its a real bar Zeigler The class es offer people the opportuni ty to get a quality education at a low Nancy CISD associ ate superintendent for admin said tuition costs are Custom Designs Blinds i i i i i s i LARGE DISCOUNTS ON CUSTOM DRAPERIES BED SPREADS FRKE estimates given in your home I IA XI 1 Prostate Cancer Screening 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students record of good cit ethical academic at tendance and participation in extracurricular Runnersup were seventh graders Thomas Young and Michelle Roberts and eighth graders Zachary Kopec and Carrie Those stu dents each received a certifi cate and a Savings The selection commit tee consisted of a school ad two teachers and an officer in the schools Cleanin For Your Health Cleaning For Your Health OLD COINAGE SILVER Collars CHOICE 2BHA7M Dryer vent and air duct Tile and wood floor I Oriental Rugs are our Specialty Also repair or replace fringe Furniture carpet Health Special Get Your Air Ducts Cleaned and Dryer Vent Cleaned FREE 1 bottle spotter with every FREE estimate 24 Emergency Service Fire and Water Restoration Aladdin 6067384 210 IVade Center Cleaning For Your Health Cleaning For Your Health Dont Forget Dad June 19 Mens Assorted Short Sleeve Shirts Choose from Assorted Mode Ruddock Snap Button or Urgent Gear Bold Solid Color Regularly to Carpenter Jeans aOMWXPK Bangora Straw 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