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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 29, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                  PLANNER@HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM   CLUBS, SUPPORT GROUPS, MEETINGS  NEW BRAUNFELS DONOR ROOM  Date: Monday through Saturday Location: 651 N. Business 35, Suite 830, The Marketplace You should know: Donate blood 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday;  9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Information: (830) 625-5401  Location: Church of Christ 1665 Business 35 S. Rm. 16 You should know: A fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. The only requirement for membership is a desire for healthy and loving relationships. Information: (830) 626-3141 or  tasi1168@yahoo.com   DAYTIME BINGO  Dates: Wednesdays, and Fridays Time: 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.  Location: Seguin Elks Lodge You should know. Cash-only Bingo Information: (830) 303-5844  WATER AEROBICS  Date: Fridays Time: 8-9:15 a.m.  Location: Senior Center,  655 Landa St  Cost Free with membership to Senior Center and pool room Information: (830) 629-4547  VFW POST 7110 BINGO  Date: Fridays  Time: 7 p.m.; Kitchen opens 6 p.m. Location: 600 Peace Ave.  You should know:Proceeds help support Veterans and their families, as well as other community programs. Information: (830) 625-9961  SENIOR STRENGTH EXERCISE CLASS  Date: Mondays and Wednesdays Fridays  Time: 9:30-10:30 a.m.  Location: Comal County Senior Center  You should know: If you want to exercise, but can't do it home alone, try the Senior Strength Chair Exercise class. Members of the Center can exercise for $2 a class. Taught by a certified fitness instructor. Come the first time for free. Information: (830) 629-4547 ext. 29 or  www.nbsenior.org   NEW BRAUNFELS WOODCARVERS CLUB MEETING  Date: Every Friday except major holidays  Time: 12:30-3:30 p.m.  Location: Senior Citizens Center, 655 Landa St  You should know: Anyone interested in woodcarving and/or learning to woodcarve is welcome. No dues, no rules, no officers.  Information: (830) 625-6035, (830) 629-9961, (830) 899-4750  HABITAT RESTORE  Date: Tuesdays, Wednesdays,  Fridays and Saturdays Time: 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Location: 1269 Industrial Drive You should know: All proceeds go toward building affordable homes for families in need.  Information: (830) 625-7005  CROCHET CLUTCH  Date: Fridays Time: 10:30-11:30 a.m.  Location: Comal County Senior Center  You should know: The Crochet Clutch is a newly formed group for crocheters of all skill levels. We meet to share ideas and patterns. We are looking for new members. Beginners are also welcome. Information: (830) 624-7400,  apullin1@yahoo.com   NARCOTICS  ANONYMOUS  Date: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays  Time: 6:45 p.m.  Location: 24-hour Club, 1142 Eikel St. Information: (210) 710-7359  CODEPENDENTS ANONYMOUS (CODA) MEETING  Date: Fridays Time: 7-8 p.m.  FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY BOOKSTORE  Date: Monday through Saturday Time: MTWF, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Th 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 6-8:30 p.m., Sat 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Location: New Braunfels Public Library  Information: (830) 627-7824 or  www.nbpl.lib.tx.us/friends.htm   VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES  The Daily Planner will soon begin publishing volunteer opportunities. To submit one to the Herald-Zeitung, send a brief description to plan- ner@herald-zeitung.com . Include the name of the organization, dates and times needed and a very brief description of duties.  DAI LYPLANNER  TODAY'S EVENTS  'Lasting Impressions'  Art Exhibit  Date: Last day today Location: New Braunfels Art League Gallery, 237 W. San Antonio St.  You should know: Reception will be 1-4 p.m. April 3.  Hundreds of runners expected.  Information: www.ath-leteguild.com  infants or new towel or washcloth. Benefits Hill Country Cares. Hot dogs and chili for purchase.  Steak Night with Speaker  Date: April 29 Location: Freedom Fellowship Church You should know: A "steak and potatoes" night for men featuring businessman and body builder Danny Williford. Tickets are $15.  Information: (830) 625-1288  Native Plant Sale  Date: April 30 Time: 9 a.m.  Location: On the Square, Seguin  You should know: Guadalupe County Chapter, Native Plant Society will hold the sale during the Earth Day celebration. Information:   www.npsot.org/Guadalupe   County  Operation MedSafe  Date: April 30 Time: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Location: NBU employee parking lot  You should know: Chance to safely dispose of expired or unused prescription and over-the-counter meds. Information: www.opera-tionmedsafe.com or (830) 629-8486  You should know: Registration fee $4 per person, $10 per family. Pot luck covered dish meal at noon. Bring items for silent auction.  Information: (830) 393-4779  COMING EVENTS  Crawfish and Shrimp Boil  Date: April 30 Time: 2 p.m.  Location: Anhalt Hall, 2390 Anhalt Road, Spring Branch  Christian Federation of Police Officers - PAL Youth Sports Car Show, Swap Meet and Cook-off  Date: April 30 Time: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Location: 333 Reimer Ave., San Marcos You should know:  Admission free. Classic cars, live music, arts and crafts. Information: (210) 213-9962 or  www.cfpocarshow.com   CL Chamber of Commerce BBQ Cook-off  Date: April 30 Time: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., 7-11 p.m. dance Location: Lazy L&L Campground on River Road near Sattler You should know: All day entry fee is $10.There will be 40-50 cooks with barbecue and variety of vendors. Information: (830) 964-2223  Celebrate Earth Day  Date: April 30 Time: 1 p.m.  Location: New Braunfels Public Library You should know: Jeanette Larson will discuss her new book, "Hummingbirds: Fact and Folklore."  Canyon Lake Noon Lions Club Annual Fish Fry  Date: May 1  Time: 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Location: CRRC, 125 Mabel Jones  You should know: Tickets are $8, available from members or at the CL Chamber of Commerce. Proceeds benefit local service organizations. Information: (830) 935-4699  Cooper Farm 2nd Annual Bar-B-Q Cook-Off  Date: April 30 You should know: Categories are brisket, pork spare ribs, chicken, jackpot beans and cook's choice; 50 percent minimum payout, three places awarded, IBCA rules will be followed.  Enjoy a free polka/country music dance after the award ceremony. BYOB. All proceeds benefit Cooper Farm/SPJST Education and Nature Center. Registration information online at  www.cooperfarm.org  or (512) 968-4021  Project Graduation Golf Tournament  Date: April 30  Time: 1 p.m. shotgun start, registration at noon Location: Golf Club of Seguin, 300 Chaparral Drive, Seguin  You should know: Entry fee is $65 per golfer, $260 per team.  You should know:  Barbecue dinner and prizes include 2012 Honda. Information: (830) 620-4565  Landa Park Dolphin Swim Team Registration and Tryouts  Date: April 30 Time: 9-11 a.m.  Location: Landa Park Aquatic Complex You should know: Registration and try outs will be held for the 2011 swim team.  Information: www.landa-parkdolphins.org  St. John Lutheran Church 27th Annual Spring Festival  Date: May 1 Time: 4-8 p.m.  Location: St. John Lutheran Church, Marion You should know:Turkey dinner and auction. Plates for $7, to-go plates available. Auction begins at 5 p.m.  Women Veteran's Resource Fair  Date: April 30 Time: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: New Braunfels Civic Center, 390 S. Seguin Ave.  You should know: Workshops include navigating the system, finding a job, managing money, health and more. Information: (210) 896-0618  New Braunfels Community Chorale Spring Concert  Date: May 1 Time: 3 p.m.  Location: New Braunfels Presbyterian Church, 373 Howard St.  You should know: Admission is $7. The chorale, directed by Jody Bagley, will present "Where Are You Going and How Are You Getting There," a concert of patriotic, spiritual and popular songs.  Information: (830) 832-7476  Run for the Hills  Date: April 30 Time: 8 a.m.  Location: Bulverde Senior Center, 30280 Cougar Bend You should know: 5K Walk/Run through Hill Country. Fee is $20 before April 25, $25 after that.  Rubber Ducky Run  Date: April 30  Time: 10:30 a.m. first bike  out  Location: Bubba's Big Deck You should know: Sponsored by Guardians of Children Hill Country  M  Chapter Motorcycle Club. $10 per duck. Entry fee is an combination of shampoo, conditioner and soap for adults, children or  CFPO Car Show, Cook-off and Swap Meet  Date: April 30 Location: 333 Reimer Ave., San Marcos  Information: (210) 213-9962  Voss/Bettge Family Reunion  Date: May 1 Time: 11 a.m.  Location: Forke's Store, 1300 Church Hill Drive  Descendants of Fritz and Jacob Rose Family Reunion  Date: May 1 Time: 11 a.m.  Location: Herman Sons Albert Kypher Lodge in Clear Springs You should know: Registration is $5 per person or $11 per family. Bring side dish, salad or dessert with utensils to go with barbecue. Bring pictures and mementos.  New Braunfels Five-Day Forecast     TODAY    SATURDAY    SUNDAY    MONDAY    TUESDAY              d|ÌÌ||^                                    Partly cloudy    AM clouds, chance    Mostly cloudy,    Cooler,    Isolated          of thunderstorms    scattered    redeveloping    thunderstorms              thunderstorms    thunderstorms          910/71°    92°/73°    84°/55°    74°/52°    79°/55°     CLICK  lè  Coastal Forecast and Tides  Port Aransas    Galveston  Tomorrow Sunday  Today Tomorrow Sunday  Today  Updated forecasts:  www.srh.noaa.gov  Type “city, state” or zip code into space provided and click “go” button.  81°/76°    83°/78°    80°/    67°  Today’s Wind: SE at 20 to 30  Today's Tides  Port Aransas Galveston  80°/71°    80°/75°    76°/68°  Today’s Wind: SEat20to30  Maps and Forecast Produced by:  1st High    1st Low    2nd High    2nd Low  1:03 AM    7:12 AM    12:57 PM    7:14 PM    * ú  www.dayweather.com   1:28 AM    7:32 AM    1:34 PM    7:51PM  i  Cheyenne, Wyoming  MmmMNMm  Temperature  Yesterday’s High / Low 78° / 50° Normal High / Low 83° / 61 ° Record High    97°    in    1937  Record Low    42°    in    1997  Precipitation  Yesterday’s Month to Date Avg. Month to Date Year to Date Avg. Year to Date Departure from Avg  Temperature and precipiation as of 3pm yesterday. Taken from New Braunfels airport  mm  Levels/Flows  Edwards Aquifer (ft) Comal Springs (cfs)  4/28  654.8  262.0  Change  -0.8  +/-0  0.00"  Trace  2.70"  3.57"  8.75"  -5.18"  Canyon Dam  Inflow  OutflOW(Guad'pe R. at Sattler)  Lake Level  NBU Pumping Report  Miltons 4/28 of gallons 4/28  4/28  43  54  906.2  Change  -2  -1  -0.06  Today  Saturday  Sunday  New May 3  Mitions of gallons  Sun and Moon  Sunrise Sunset Moonrise 6:52 AM 8:08 PM 4:35 AM 6:51 AM 8:09 PM 5:04 AM 6:50 AM 8:09 PM 5:36 AM  Pollen Counts  Grass    n/a  First Mold    rt/a  May 10  National Outlook  10    20    30    40    50    60    70    80    90    100  Moonset  5:15 PM 6:07 PM 7:01 PM  n/a  n/a  Surface water 7.275 Groundwater 6.167  Full May 17  Last May 24  Tree Weeds Pollen counts courtesy of Dr. Frank Hampel         Today    Tomorrow        Today    Tomorrow      City    Hi I    Lo W    Hi    Lo W    City    Hi    Lo W    Hi    Lo W      Albany    59    38    th    66    42 su    Las Vegas    79    52    pc    70    49    su      Albuquerque    85    49    pc    75    38 pc    Little Rock    79    56    pc    79    65    pc      Anchorage    42    33    r    43    29 Is    Los Angeles    73    53    SU    80    55    su      Atlanta    76    51    pc    80    55 pc    Louisville    72    51    PC    81    60    pc      Atlantic City    65    47    sh    59    51 su    Madison    68    43    th    55    32    th      Baltimore    66    45    pc    71    49 su    Memphis    79    57    su    82    64    pc      Baton Rouge    82    56    su    85    64 pc    Miami Beach. FL    86    72    th    83    74    pc      Billings    49    35    sh    48    32 sh    Milwaukee    58    43    su    63    44    th      Birmingham    80    52    su    84    59 su    Minneapolis, MN    65    49    pc    59    34    th      Bismarck    50    33    th    40    33 Is    Mobile, AL    82    56    su    84    65    pc      Boise    49    30 mx    54    35 sh    Montgomery, AL    81    53    su    84    61    su      Boston    68    45    sh    65    45 pc    Nashville, TN    76    52    pc    82    58    pc      Buffalo    38    29 mx    40    27 mx    New Orleans, LA    80    62    su    85    70    pc      Carson City, NV    50    24    pc    57    27 su    New York, NY    70    48    pc    66    49    pc      Charleston, SC    77    57    su    77    59 su    Norfolk, VA    74    51    su    70    53    su      Charleston, WV    67    39    sh    77    53 pc    North Platte, NE    73    38    th    54    31    sh      Charlotte    76    47    pc    78    54 pc    Omaha, NE    74    48    pc    62    39    pc      Chattanooga    76    46    pc    80    55 pc    Orlando, FL    84    61    sh    86    64    su      Cheyenne    63    27    th    39    26 Is    Philadelphia    67    45    sh    70    48    su      Chicago    62    48    su    73    47 sh    Phoenix, AZ    92    63    su    82    57    pc      Cincinnati    66    46    pc    74    57 pc    Pittsburgh    58    36    sh    70    50    pc      Cleveland    55    40    sh    62    55 pc    Portland, ME    56    40    sh    56    37    pc      Colorado Spgs.    71    35    pc    38    29 Is    Portland, OR    56    40    sh    56    37    pc      Columbus, OH    63    44    pc    71    56 pc    Providence, Rl    70    43    pc    69    45    PC      Dayton. OH    63    45    pc    72    57 pc    Rapid City, SD    53    34    sh    45    32    sh      Denver    69    35    pc    44    35 mx    Reno, NV    48    29    pc    56    33    su      Des Moines    73    56    pc    67    40 th    Richmond, VA    74    45    pc    74    52    su      Detroit    59    42    pc    63    52 pc    Sacramento    68    45    su    75    47    su      Duluth    57    46    pc  sh    50    32 th    St. Louis, MO    73    56    pc  Is    77    55    th      Eugene    54    37    56    32 pc    Salt Lake City, UT    45    30    49    33    Is      Fairbanks    52    33    sh    53    34 sh    San Diego, CA    65    54    pc    70    54    su      Fargo    65    41    th    44    31 sh    San Francisco, CA    66    50    su    69    50    su      Flagstaff    63    30    pc    52    24 su    Santa Fe, NM    76    38    pc    65    31    pe      Fort Smith    79    56    pc    77    59 th    Seattle, WA    54    44    sh    55    43    pc      Grand Rapids    59    38    pc    70    48 pc    Shreveport, LA    83    58    pc    84    69    pc      Greensboro    72    45    pc    75    52 su    Sioux Falls, SD    70    45    pc    57    33    th      Helena    40    28    Is    51    28 sh    Springfield    77    55    pc    74    50    th      Honolulu    85    72    sh    85    72 sh    Spokane. WA    51    34    sh    56    34    sh      Indianapolis    64    46    pc    75    56 pc    Tampa, FL    86    61    sh    88    63    pc      Jackson, Miss    81    52    su    84    62 pc    Topeka    77    56    pc    66    44    th      Jacksonville, FL    81    59    su    82    62 SU    Tucson, AZ    92    58    su    84    51    hz      Juneau, AK    41    29    Is    40    32 is    Washington, DC    69    50    pc    75    51    pc      Kansas City    76    58    pc    68    45 th    Wilmington. DE    66    44    sh    70    48    su      Knoxville    71    46    pc    78    53 pc    Wichita, KS    79    54    pc    69    45 pc     ta-blizzard, c-doudy, ffl-log, ht-heavy snow, hz-haze, ls-light snow, mc-mostly cloudy, mx-wintery mix, pc-partly cloudy, r-rain,sh-showers. sn-snow, su-sunny, th-thunderstorm, w-wind   

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