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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 12, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas GOODFORYOU Photo submitted Danny Scheel, left, presents a certificate to Linnell Hinojosa, honoring her for 30 years of service in the county clerk's office. Hinojosa recognized for 30 years of service Comal County Elections Coordinator Linnell Hinojosa was recently recognized for 30 years working in the county clerk’s office. County Judge Danny Scheel presented her with a certificate and a calculator. Hinojosa thanked the county for the recognition — and for the job she’s held so long. “It’s been a great experience,” she said. When Hinojosa started with the county in 1975, she was one of four employees in the county clerk’s office. “Like we all did, I did a little bit of everything. You had to know how to fill in for each other,” Hinojosa said. “It was a very small office compared to how it has grown now.” In 1979, Hinojosa moved into the elections office, which then used paper ballots. Later that year, they started using punch cards. In 1991, the county went to the optical-scan ballots it uses now. Two years ago, it began introducing computerized, “touch-screen” voting. “I’ve stayed all these years because I get a lot of satisfaction out of helping people,” Hinojosa said. Birthdays/Anniversaries HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO: ■ Dalia Ann Ortiz ■ Hannah Barry, 12 years old ■ Armando C. Sanchez ■ Molly Cholico ■ Bill Julian ■ Rita Kaufmann Powell ■ Joshua Garza, Aug. 11 HAPPY ANNIVERSARY^): ■ Keith and Brandy Klabunde, IO years How to get your news into the Herald-Zeitung Residents are encouraged to share their accomplishments, special moments and community events. You can submit by: ■ Mail — 707 Lands St 78130. ■ E-mail — mmccaghren®herald-zeitung.com ■ Information — Call 625-9144, ext 222 FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 2005 DAILY PLANNER COMINGSUNDAY A common goal Local family writes mission statement setting goals for the family. Section B Herald-Zeitung To have your event publicized, contact Melissa McCaghren at 625-9144, ext. 222, or by e-mail at mmccaghrenOherald-zeitung. com MNI TODAY'S EVENTS CLUBS Free Summer Lunch Program Time: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Location: Villa Serena Apartments, 109 Rosa Parks Drive You should know: Daily, for children ages 1-18. Information: Call Annette Luedke at 625-6909 VFW Post 7110 Bingo Time: 7 p.m. Location: 600 Peace Ave. New Braunfels Farmers Market Time: 3 to 6 p.m. Location: First Protestant Church parking lot, 205 S. Casten You should know: Drawing each week for a half-bushel basket of homegrown fruit and vegetables. 'Jake's Women' Date: Weekends through Sunday Time: 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Sunday Location: Greenhouse Theatre, Woodcreek You should know: A Wimberley Players production. Information: (512) 847-0575 Book Signing Time: Noon to 3 p.m. Location: Hastings You should know: Author Stacie N. Booth will be signing her new book "Scuba Gear in the Bathtub" Church Rummage Sale Date:Today and Aug. 13 Time: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday Location: First United Methodist Church, Wesley Hall, 551 W. Mill You should know: Clothing, toys, books, household goods, plants and baked goods. Information: 625-4513 Leadership New Braunfels Class Applications You should know: Deadline to return completed applications for the class of 2006 is today. Information: 625-2385 Blood Drive Time: 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Location: Rustic Ranch, NB Marketplace, 651 N. Business 35 Information: (210) 731-5568 WORKSHOPS Low-Impact Dance Aerobics Time: 8:15 a.m. Location: Seele Parish House You should know: Class consists of a cardiovascular workout, I    VC    ,X,‘ s Ii Sh V . -I rVv ! I I Bks Ft? rn x HPJ i*/ Time: 11 a.m. Location: Seekatz Opera House, 265 W. San Antonio St. You should know: State Rep. Carter Casteel will present a general overview of the recent legislative sessions and field questions from the audience. Cost: $8 Information: Gayna Wommack 629-5922 MANDY REARY 'Herald Zeitung DON'T MISS FLAMINGO FLOCKING A flock of pink flamingos rests outside of the Miller and Miller Insurance building on S. Castell Wednesday in support of the New Braunfels Unicom Band before “flying” off to another location. The band is conducting its “Flamingo Flocking’’ fund-raiser in New Braunfels. To participate, people can order a flock by completing a form on the Unicorn Band Web site, www.nbhsbandboosters.org, and attaching a donation for the NBHS band boosters. The flamingo wranglers will flock a yard at an unknown time. Each flock has IO flamingos and a thank you sign. The owner has an opportunity to flock another yard by making a donation to the boosters. The booster club will also have a parent meeting Aug. 18. For information, call Christine Ikels at 629-6397 or e-mail at [email protected] strength training with light weights, stretching and relaxation. Information: 625-9295 REMINDERS DON'T FORGET Aggie Moms Senior Scholarships You should know: Applications are being accepted for $250 scholarships for graduating Texas A&M University seniors of December 2005 or May 2006. Completed applications must be postmarked by Monday. For qualifications and applications, call Theresa Smith. Information: 609-0937. Seguin Birthday Party Date: Saturday Time: 5 to 9 p.m. Location: Campbell-Hoermann Log Cabin, Live Oak Street, Seguin You should know: Hosted by the Seguin Conservation Society to celebrate the rich historic and cultural heritage of the area including, music, dance groups and children's activities. Barbecue plates available from board members or at the door. Information: 625-9144 Men and Women's Day Date: Sunday Time: 3 p.m. Location: Allen Chapel AME Church, 225 E. Commerce. You should know: Guest speaker is the Rev. James Smith, Paster of St. Mark AME Church, Corpus Christi. Public invited to attend. Information: Call Lucille Garcia, church secretary, at 625-6159. Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary No. 2999 Date: Monday Time: 6:30 p.m. You should know: Officer meeting followed by business meeting at 7 p.m.Third reading of bylaws changes. Yearly dues non-beneficial $12 to $15 per year, beneficial $13 to $16 a year beginning with 2006. Social to follow. Information: Marsha Kiesling 625-2734 NB Republican Women Date: Monday Guadalupe County Genealogical Society Date: Monday Time: 7 p.m. Location: Seguin-Guadalupe County Public Library, 707 E. College, Seguin You should know: Library staff will demonstrate use of Genealogy Room facilities and materials. Information: Ed Schramm (830) 379-5488 Flirty Frauleins Red Hat Society Date: Tuesday Time: 1 p.m. Location: Senior center You should know: Bunco, door prizes. Wear red hats and purple dresses. information: Vanda Babich 627-2304 Business and Professional Women Organization Date: Tuesday Time: 6:30 p.m. Location: Perk Up, 1338 E. Court St., Seguin You should know: Program will be "Financial Planning for Your Business" by Pat Hopson. Information: Terri Landan (830) 303-4880 New Braunfels Community Chorale Date: Tuesday Time: 7 to 9 p.m. Location: Eden Home Fellowship Room, 631 Lakeview Blvd. You should know: Music lovers who enjoy singing are invited to share their talents and help continue the rich musical heritage of the New Braunfels area. Information: 625-0351 PLAN AHEAD Girl Scout Registration Rally Date: Aug. 27 Time: 9 to 11 a.m. Location: 345 Howard You should know: Girls K-12th are invited, refreshments will be served. Registration cost for girls and adults is $10. Information: Wendy Hollis, 624-8748 Updated forecasts: www.srh.noaa.gov Type "city, state" or zip code into space provided and click "go" button. TEXAS FORECAST Friday; Aug. 12 TODAY Partly cloudy Hi: 99 Low: 75 SUN and MOON Sunrise today 6:58 a.m. Sunset today 8:16 p.m. MOON PHASES ^Istqtr/    ]Full    ^ Last qtr. P 8/13    8/19    ^    8/26 New 9/3 POLLEN    COUNTS Mold    Moderate Pigwoed    Trace Grass    Trace Fall Elm    Absent Saturday Partly cloudy Hi: 95 Low: 75 Sunday Partly doudy Rain: 20% Hi: 96 Low: 75 Monday Partly doudy Rain: 20% Hi: 95 Low: 74 Tuesday Partly doudy Rain: 20% Hi: 96 Low: 74 BY THE NUMBERS COASTAL FORECAST fort Aransas: Partly cloudy in the morning then clearing. Southeast winds at 10 to 15 mph. High in mid 90s inland, in the lower 90s coast It will be mostly dear tonight with southeast winds at 10 to 15 mph. Low in lower 80s. IN COMAL COUNTY Higha/lows_8/10 Canyon Dam    90/71 New Braunfels Airport 86/70 Rainfall    8/10 Month Canyon Dam    0.99    4.07 New Braunfels    0.56    1.55 Water Flows    8/11 Change Edwards Aquifer    680.5    +1.3 J-17 Well    680.5    +1.3 Comal River    377    -17.0 cubic ft/second Canyon Dam 8/11 Change Inflow 1,059.0    +863 cubic ft/second Outflow 206    +3.0 cubic ft/second Lake level 908.41    -0.45 feet above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report 8/11 Surface water    7.140 million gallons Well level    1.329 million gallons ACROSS TEXAS as of 8 a m. Thursday City I Hi/ Lo/ Pro/ Otlk Amarillo/91 /64 PCIdy Austin/83/73/.10/PCIdy Dallas-Ft Worth/89/75//PCIdy El Paso/96/76//PCIdy Houston/94/75//PCIdy Lubbock/89/66//PCIdy San Antonio/81/73/.84/PCIdy ACROSS THE NATION as of 8 a.m. Thursday CityI Hi/ Lo/ Pre/ Otlk Albuquerque/92/70//PCIdy Atlanta/83/70/1.7Q/Cldy Baltimore/86/69//PCIdy Boston/88/72//PCIdy Buffalo/89/69/.02/PCIdy Chicago/9Q/67//Rain Cincinnati/92/71//PCIdy Cleveland/9Q/68/.14/PCIdy Denver/88/63/.08/Cldy Detroit/87/71/.10/PCIdy lndianapolis/89/71/.52/PCIdy Kansas City/98/73//PCIdy Las Vegas/95/79//PCIdy Los Angeles/82/65//Clr Miami Beach/93/80//Rain Mpls-St Pa u l/83/65//Cldy New Orleans/94/77//PCIdy New York City/90/79//PCIdy Oklahoma City/94/67//PCIdy Philadelphia/8874//PCIdy Phoenix/94/82//PCIdy Pittsburgh/91/68//PCIdy Sacramento/96/6Q//Clr St Louis/99/77//Clr Salt Lake City/93/71//PCIdy San Diego/75/67//PCIdy San Francisco/7056//PCIdy Seattle/65/58//Cldy Washington, D.C./86/73//PCIdy WEATHER EXTREMES High 112 at Death Valley, Calif. Low 34 at Stanley, Idaho DAVID INGRAM Herald-Zeitung Motorists on the southbound I-35 access road pass through a construction zone between Engel and Schwab RoadsThursday afternoon. RnL0CN.[kM& ■ Detour The east (northbound side) Interstate 35 frontage road has been converted to one-way northbound traffic from FM 306 to Kohlenberg Road. Southbound traffic will be directed north to Kohlenberg Road, then southbound on the west side frontage road. ■ Reopens: In three months. ■ WbHc This section of the road will be reduced to one-way traffic for installation of drainage and roadway construction. ;

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