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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 18, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 10AI Sunday, September 18,20111 herald-zeitung.com  tiiiOTC rifle team gets donations  By WIN Wright  The Herald-Zeitung  RSCHER  The Canyon Lak(‘ junior Reserve Officers Training Corps Rifle Team has harl somi' dee()-[)otkt*ted supporters since its inc eption.  And this y(MT, th(' team has mostly all it needs — thanks recent donations that enabl('(l the pure hase of enough ecjuipment to completely outfit all of its m(»mbers.  "We got a grant from the Kriends of the NRA to buy two types of prec ision rifl(‘s," said 11. ('ol. Michael (ollver, ( .uiyon t ake's jROK adviser. “They cost about $ },()()() a pi(H V Then there's shooting pants, shooting (oats and shoes.  " The Texas State Ritl(> Asso( ration matched what we got from the friends ot the \RA, so we were able to g('t the pants, the coats and the shoes to (omplet(' wlijt w'e net'ded to have  Sutmitted photo  First Sgt Michael Medina instructs Canyon Lake JROTC rifle team member Braden Lenz, a junior.  for th(' first time."  (ollyer said ( anyon Lak(‘'s IROTC; received $20,000 from Friends of  Texas Native  Landscape  Stonework,  Patios & Walkways  ^ Drought tolerant plants ir Bed makeovers 'k Complete Landscaping  Curtis E. Paris  Cell: 830-620-8668 830-625-7407  www.txnative.net   the NRA and another $ iSOO from the TSRA. ('ol* Iyer estimates the program has rcH. eivtxl ov(»r $100,(KX) since* the program Ix'gan five years ago.  Thert' are 100 m(*mbers in the IROrX , l)ut only (‘ight on th(' rifl(* team, vvhi( h will begin tull-fledged team events this  year.  "Just to outfit t)ne kid to shoot precision, it takes al)out $4,000-$5,000 per student. We've got e'nough now- to put eight of them out there," Col-lyer said. "And it's all been grant money — not a dime was spent from the school district,"  Central ‘Texas iAflcr^ anciMfjma  Priyanka Gupta. M.D.  Frank C. Hampel, Jr. M.D,  •    New Braunfels' only board certified Allergists recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties  •    Over 20 years experience  •    Nationally Recogni/ed in Allergy Research  •    Specializing in non-surgical treatment of sinus and ear disease.  •    I xpenenced in Rapid Allerijy Desensilization  •    Treatment ot children and adults for  ►    Seasonal & Year Round .Mlergie  ►    .\sthnia  ►    Sinus Disease  ►    Food Allergies  ►    Insect Allergies  " " 830-609-0998  7()5-F Landa Street • New Braunfels  www.CTxAA.com   iixhibit showcases  Í  By tony Tiylor  The Herald-Zeitung  Strong, diverse, courageous, hard-working, vibrant, exciting, intelligent and giving. Those are just some ()f the traits that inspired Sonja Heldt Harris as she observed the women of Comal County.  The photographer's exhibit "Women of Comal County" is on display at the Bulverde/Spring Branch Library, located at l.il Bulverde Crossing. Visitors can view Harris' work at the library through 30.  startcH^ off with ptH)f)le I knew," Harris saici of the f)roje( t that is part of Foto-septiembre. "It's been a really interesting journey. I plan to do more."  Harris said her only requirements for subjects in the proje'ct were that they either worked or vol-unteered and lived in Comal County. She said that while living in Comal County, she has found herself surrounded and inspire'd by strong women.  Sonja Heldt Harris  "It's a really good subject," she saicl. "And there is a diversity of women. There is no size fits all. They are not all in leadership roles either."  Karris photographed neighbors, women teaching swimming lessons and women volunteering at c hurch, just to name a few.  "These are strong women who are not afraid to confront life's challenges," Harris said.  Most of all, Harris said on her blog site, these were womc'n who enjovc*d life.  JUST REDUCED  Ed & Pattie’s Pick of the Week!!  Oeat horne-Cjreat value! I his home is 4 hedroom, 2.5 baths and 2,360 square feet. Extremely well kept and ready for its new owners! CiTcat family room on second floor, huge kitchen, formal dining room-and so much more. Move in now and enjoy the neighborhood pool!  I—-1 Call for showing  Ed & Pattie (Campbell  1 he agents who really care  ("all Pattic: 830-456-5269 Call Ed: 830-456-5264  couMuetx  BANmena  Coi I win Ban KIR  D.ANnH \RP1 R  Rim M'ks s.»’ s sf t ,i t\ S'l \1 W HKM Nins  830-608-5400  TODAY  MONDAY  New Braunfels Five-Day Forecast  TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY  Some evening and afternoon storms  92 /73°  Isolated PM storms  93 nr  Not much of a chance for storms  94 /70°  Partly cloudy, scattered thunderstorms  95 V 70°  Afternoon  thunderstorms  94 /68°  CLICK  ë  Updated forecasts:  www.srhnoaa.gov  Type "city, state” or zip code into space provided and click “go” button  Temperature  Yesterday's High; Low 91° / 70°  r'lormal High Low 90° / 69 Record High 101° in 1965 Record Low    54 in 2008  Precipitation  Yesterdays    0.27"  Month to Date    0,28'  Avg Month to Date    1.91*  r'ear to Dale    7.55"  Avg. Year to Date    25.33”  Departure from Avg    -17.78"  dS of 3[)m ,• .iwld, '.irf '’om Npvi [jraunteis         Almanac          Levels/Flows    9,17    Change          Edwards Aquifer <ft)    643,2    + 2,8          Comal Springs (cfs)    162 0    + 3    Today              Monday      Canyon Dam    9/17    Change    Tuesday      Inflow    n/a    n/a          Outflow!GuaO pe R at Sattlen 73    + - 0          Lake Level    900 8    -0 04    Last      NBU Pumping Report        Sep, 20      Millons        Millons          9/17 of gallons 9<17 of gallons    First Oct , 4      Surface water 7 438    Ground water    9,214     Sun and Moon  Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset 7 19 AM 7 34 PM11:21 PM12:48PM 7,19 AM 7 33 PM none 1 40 PM 7:20 AM 7:32 PM 1212 AM 2:30 PM  • Pollen Counts  Grass    n/a  New  Sep, 27 Tree    fi/a  Weeds    n/a  : Pollen counts courtesy of ^11 Central Texas Allergy and  Qct^2  Forecast Map  Carlsbad  92“/67*  \ É|Pa»^^ 91*/67*  !  Oklahoma  Amarillo  82V 54* 82V 58*  t  Lubbock  86 V 64°  85*/62*  WNdland 92V 65*  Oklahoma  City  WlchlSwC^^  8flV«“  83 V 8r  88V 65*  91*/68*  - rwn, ,    «V73*  2T ÍÍ ,  ' Waco  . 93*/7T U  Austin  ■k  San Antonio 91V 75*  New Braunfels  JP.92*/73 93*/7r  88°/78°  Corpus Christi  MW/TP  ¡Shown are today and tomorrow's forecasted high I low temperatures  87“/79“  Brownsville 94°/75“ 93 V 75*  Coastal Forecast and Tides  Port Aransas  Today Tomorrow Tuesday  87°/81° 86°/81° 85°/80° Today s Wind: ESE at 10 to 20  Today  Galveston  Tomorrow Tuesday  Today slides 1st High 1st Low 2nd High 2nd Low  Port Aransas 9:53 PM 12 12 PM r>one none ^ ^  87° / 78° 88° / 78° 88° / 78° Today's Wind. SEat5to15  Maps and Forecast Produced by  Galveston  5 05 AM 12 57 AM 9:01 PM 12 48 PM   www.dayweather.com  Cheyenne. 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