New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 24, 2011, Page 8

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 24, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas ige 8A — Herald-Zhtung — Sunday, April 24, 2011 RAVENSTAR HONORS SCHUMANNS Photo by Sandy McLemore RavenStar Outdoor Education executive director Kelley Clifford, right, poses Wednesday for a photo with honored guests, William and Dolores Schumann, during RavenStar's annual Earth Day celebration at the Gruene Door Store. DEMOCRATS PICK UP TRASH Photo by Janet Hartnell-Willii ie Democrats of Comal County held their first Adopt-A-Highway trash pickup Saturday on Texas Highway 46. Volunteers were Darlene and John Hicks, Joe and Pa Turner, Rogers Williams, Tom Carter, Larry Mooney, Lora Lee Brunelle, Wade Arledge, Loretta Carter, Dolly Schertz, Dave Wright, Zack Coombes, Jo Gibbs and Janet Hartnell-Williams. Akidemy Korner & Learning Center Inc. L-iva wêê /vow SAN MARCOS StGUiN # Yact * » II www.drhorton.com/nb Wkt Ivtty Twai S rn pmmHms c«^Wo4e ore strt> umêm'ïo 8wider Mogoiin*. die»«* «rtfko'til iwtke. 08H 0424201 mm BUILDER*•THE LARGEST HO 1. 2. 1 4 5. i. Z & 9. conoawooo CREEK • From the $130s THE GARDENS AT El CAM I NO REAL • From the $114s ROB ROT ESTATES - From the $100s AVERY mrk • From the $130s GARDENS OE RANCH ESTATES • From the $130s OAK (REEK ESTATES • From the $130s BEN1WOOD • From the $140s MISSION HlllS • From the $220s MANOR CREEK • From the $300s (512) 392-6090 (512! 392-6090 (830) 624-1046 (830) 624-1046 (830) 624-3732 Í830) 624-3210 (830) 624-3732 (830)624-1637 624-0404 A vote for Gale for Mayor is a vote for common sense leadership backed hy experience, knowledge and commitment. Come meet our New Director Ms. Lily and see our New Facility for aftercare & summer programs NOW ENROLLING FOR 7AM-6PM CHILDCARE. INFANTS THRU PRE-K Contact Ms. Lily (915) 203-0676 »Space is limited PANDÒRA UNFORGITTABIE MOMENTS 322 W San Antonio St. • New Braunfels, TX 830.625.9639 • Open 10-6: Mon-Sat Gift With Purchase • April ZZ^-May 8lh Receive a PANDORA Ring Holder (a $35 US retail value) with your purchase of $100 or more of PANDORA jewelry * •( harms ami lw,w< ti i J»wn <m nn,; hiitiliT .trr vtld w^ur.ilclv < hhmI whik' Mt|»plt< s List, limit one jm-t mstomiY Sr Comal ISD meets at 6 p.m. Tuesday From staff reports • The Comal independent School District's board of trustees will take a break from budget issues when it meets Tliesday. Trustees have a relatively light list of items on the agenda, which includes recognition of outstanding students and organizations, approving out-of-state student travel and COMAL ISD MEETING When: 6 p.m. Tuesday Where: Support Services Building, 14041-35 North, New Braunfels action on personnel. The board also will hear details in various financial reports. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. TUesday at the district’s Support Services Building, located at 1404 North 1-35 in New Braunfels. To comment on stories, visit herald-zeitung.com (SMJBIHDMSHIL www.galepospisil.com W, f*()L Ad. Tobin Hoffmann, Trees. 447 S. Seguin, NB. TX 78130 New Braunfels population— 57,740 and growing. As our city continues to grow we need to work together to plan for and manage that growth. We must continue to address basic issues such as streets and drainage, traffic, and police and fire services. But at the same time, we need to consider the things that make New Braunfels special like our heritage and arts and culture and our parks and rivers. We need to plan for and manage our growth in a smart but common sense manner. ;

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