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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 22, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 TUB UIRII Mflfl  Singer-songwriter Pat Green will play Friday night at Floore's Country Store In Helóles. For details, call (210) 695-8827  Ingram, Lovett coming to Gruene Hall  Two T(‘\<vs i(ons <\rc ({»niing fo (iruenc Hall in ()(tober: |a( k Ingram and lyl(> I (M'tt.  (irsi up Ingram on 0( t, 14, and ti( kots ar(‘ $2S. Ingr.mi and C'lrucnc Hall have a long anrl colorful history togi'tht'r Me has ri'( orded two live albums in the hallowed h.ill, plus a r('all\ tool ( omnn'R lal tor HIB,  lovett's history with (iruene H.dl goes wa\ ba( k. He started plaving in tf)«' front r(H)m in th(> l‘)80s when he was still a struggling sing('r-s<)ngwril('r trv ing to find Ills plac (' in the musK business. He (>ventu-alK iorrru'fi his 1 arg(' Band and hit the road, touring Anieru a and winning new tans m evi'rv (itv.  lo\ett skip|)('d (iruenc H.tll tor manv years before' (](’( iding lo (om(‘ ba( k hoHK' Iasi \ear lor s(‘V(>ral shows that leafured his lull band. ()n ()( t. JO, lu' returns with a S( aled down V(*rsion ol the large Banrl. Tk kefs are on s,ile b\ phoiK' at 8 ?0i    or online  at gru(‘n('hall.( oin  • • • • • f t)\moor 1 xprcss, the w inn('r of tlie I larrnoin Sw('(“ts battk' ot th(' bands, will b(> ¡)laving tonight at Billy's k e. IIk* event w.ts a tundraisf'r tor tlie New  Ptioio sijt)mitled  Rocks, an Austin band, will perform at Billy's Ice House on Saturday.  DALE MARTIN  ('i)iiimnist Dale Martin covers music lor tilt: Herald Zeitunq f mail tiim at dale<&)marlinsmusic com  Braunfels High S( Iì(M)I PTA, and eight b.inds ent('red fh(> (ontest. (oxmoor I x[)ress took home the grand prize:  An eight-hour recording session at Dead Room Recordings Studio in San AXnfonio, rec ordcHl and produced by ( lifton Miles.  Come back fo Billy's Ice on Saturday to see Austin's Kemit^r classic rock cover )and, LC Rocks.  • • • • • Floore's (ountry Store has a great weekend of music on tap, with Pat C'jrc'en playing on I riday night and Stewart Mann and Statesboro Revuc' [flaying a free indoor show' on Saturday night.  Willie Nelson has  announc ed hc' will bc' playing af rioorc's on Nov. 1 (•>. Fickc'ts arc' on s.ile af willienc'Ison.c om.  • • • • •  Taylor Swift is on world four for hc'r "Speak Now" Cn and has st'veral lexas date's c oming up, inc hiding San Antonio on C )cf. 2S and Austin on Oc f. 26. Mirandii 1 .imbcTt will relc'ase two .ilbums this tall. First up is her band proj-('c f with fhc‘ I’isfol Annies, fitlc'd 'Hell on 1 levels," and her tourfh album, “lour the Rc'cord,” is s('t tor a Nov. 1 rc“leas('.  Concert Calendar  Sponsored by:  294  4-H clubs in Tood ChaUenge’  Fair to host teams in battle in cookoff similar to television’s ‘Iron Chef  By Betty Taylor  I'- Hf raid ' ' .- g  Ihc‘( om.tl ( otinfv fair hosts ifsvcrv own version of "Iron ( hc>l in the ( oi-ral on Safurdav. Beginning at '* .i.m., nii'mlx'rs ot arcM 4 H (lubs w ill g.iiticr iiround a tabk' ot ingrc'dK'nts, whip uf) a d(>licious, nutritional dish, (li-an tip and mak(> lorm.il present.ilion all in 41 minufcN Iliat's the plan oi the( orn.il ( ountv 4 1 f food ( halk'nge.  •\t Icvist two teams ,i voungi'r t(*am and an older tc'am are sc hc'duled tor the exhibition, said Martha lovce, l.im-iK <)nd ( onsumer sc lenc es ,igc*nf with the ( omal ( ountx I xtensioii ()tfi( (>,  ' Ihis is.i iK'W contc'st for 4 H," jovcc' said. "We ,irc‘ in a third vc-ar. The lirsf vc'ar, wc‘ were a pilot distric t lor the contest."  Tlie 4 11 F(kx1 ( hallenge is mcKlelcTi after Fo< m I Nc'tvvc >rk's "Iron ( hc'f" sc'ric*s. leams consisting of fhrc'c* to five mc'm-bers and biisc'd on agc' range must put togc'ther a dish in one* oi four cate-g( )ric's mam dish, fruit and vegc'tabic', brc'ads and c iTC'als, or nufntious stiacks. Age rangf's inc lude Juniors, agc^s 8-10; Intc'rmcHliatc's, <)gc's 11-1 and Seniors, iiges 14-18.  "TIk'v dc )iVf knc >w w'tiic h f( x)d c afc'go-rv fhc'v will Ix' opc'rating in until they begin the c hallengc'," |ov( c* said.  1 ac h team begins w ith the same {'x.ict s('t of kitchc'n utensils, such as dry measuring tu|)s, wc*t measuring c ups and a sfH'c itic number of knivc^s. llu'v also tire givc'n a rcx. i|x* ingrcxiicHif list, the f(H)d caf('gor>' and a due alx)uf the* rc^c ip('.  "Thev must tiu'n (k'c ide wh.it fht*> are going to m.ike, the exact nutritional maki'uf) of the' rc'cipe, the cost of the rec i[X‘ and how' this dish fits into a nutritional dic't," |ovc ('a(kk‘d.  During tht'ir [)rc‘senfations, tc'ams will also C'xpand on what kKxl sak'fv mc'as-urc'S wc're followc'd. llie objcH livc's ot the 4-f H (Xk1 ( hallenge inc luck‘ teac h-ing partic if)ants how fo m.»k(' hc'.ilthic'r f(K)d choicc's, )ublic s[K'aking skills, tc'amwork, leac c'rship skills and more.  "We would lovc' to have pc'ople comc' out and supf)ort the (lub nu'm-bc'rs as thc>y parfic ipafe in this (‘vent," loyce said.  Arc'a c lubs p.irtic ipating in the c'vent inc lude the ( iruenc' ( ounfrv 4-H, Bluebonnet 4-H and Bulverde 4-H clubs.  Adobe Verde  (1724 Hunter Road 830 629 0777) Tonight Garrett Heinrichs Fri. — Tricky Situation Sat — Brian Winfield and Bandera  Sun Allan Goodman  Billy’s Ice  (1193 Loop 337 830 629-8169) Tonight — Foxmoor Express Fri. - Forest Wayne Allen Sat — LC Rocks Sun Dead Rock Stars Mon Wes Nickson Tue. — Austin Gilliam / Steve Judice  Wed Allan Goodman/ Wes Nickson  Cheatham Street Warehouse  (119 Cheatham St , San IVIarcos 512-353-3777)  Tonight Halleyanna and the Tennessee Volunteers (CD Release)  Fn. Rodney Hayden Sat. - Cody Lawson Band /  Troy Stone and Spent Shells fVlon Grant Ewing Band Tue Cody Riley Band / John Evans Band Wed Kent Finlay's Songwriters Circle  NB Farm to Market  (Castell @ Friesenhaus 830 629-2223)  Sat K Phillips and the Concho Pearls (9 a m. to noon)  Floores Country Store  (14492 Old Bandera Road 210-695-8827)  Fri. Rob Baird / Pat Green Sat Stewart Mann and Statesboro Revue  Gruene Hall  (1281 Gruene Road 830-606 1281)  Tonight Chris Ruest Fri. Clay McClinton Sat. Flat Top Jones/Dale Watson  Sun Slim Bawb / Jason Eady Mon Jed Zimmerman Tue, Tom Gillam w/ Shelley King  Wed Aaron Einhouse  Harmony Sweet  (2405 Lifehaus Drive 830-387-5100)  Fri. Hip Hop Showcase Sat. Hardcore Metal Sliow  Lone Star Music  (1243 Gruene Road 830.627 1992) Fri. HalleyAnna (6 p m )  Oma’s Secret Garden  (1263 Gruene Road 830-625 10451  Fri Jon Hogan and Maria Moss  Sat Joey Fender and the 55s Sun Absolute  Phoenix Saloon  (193 W San Antonio, 830-643 1400)  Toniglit Adam Johnson Fn Al Barlow Parade Day Fandango/ Daniel Thomas Phipps / Adam Johnson and the Pay Mes  Sat Castaneda Project Sun Al Barlow (2 p m )  Tue. Daniel Thomas Phipps  w/ Kinfolk  Wed. Fast Betty  Riley’s Tavern  (8894 FM 1102 512-392 3132) Tonight Clay Jeffrey Band Fn PeeWee Moore Sat Slow Rollili lows Tue Mark Monaco Wed. Jeremy Steding  Sam’s Burger Joint  (330 E Grayson St 210 223-2830) Tonight Hadden Sayers/ Riithie Foster  Fn Marshall Ford Swing Band ! Marcia Ball Sat Tera Ferna / Hydra Melody  Tue. Frn; Johnson and Sonny Landreth  Wed Grant Peefiles  Tavern in the Gruene  (830 Gruene Road 830 608-0438) Tonight Allan Goodman /  Dave Jorgenson  Fn The Southeast Players  Sat Bloo/ Burner/  Sun Empty Handed Vagabonds  Mon Tony Taylor and Friends Tue. Zack Walttier and Friends  Wed David Fenley  Texas Music Theater  (120 E San Antonio, San Marcos 512-878-2459)  Fn Sam Riggs Band /  Brandon Jenkins  Sat Fn Route and the Couch  Uptown Piano Bar  (295 E    San Antonio St 830-708 5411)  Tue.    Brett Cline  Wed    BarfY Adams  Thu.    Luvine Elias Jr  Fn    Barry Adams  Sat    Brett Cline  Send upcoming live music info to dale'ttniartinsnuisic.com  SAFETY  Continued from page 1  !)(')uf\ Sh(*ritt Homer Balderas said hc‘ IS working the Itiir tor the ('ighfh Straight \('ar and sc'c's it as a (ommunit\ c’vcnt. Btikk'ras works with (hildr('n in the Drug Abuse* RfMstdiK e [ duc.ilion (D.A.R.l.) program during his to-S ar tivitic's, .tud wliik' working l.iir patrol Wc'dtu'S-(ki\, hc‘ said he otf(*n sc*c‘s voung pc‘o-plc' who rc'cognize him, and tear awciv from tric'nds fo spc'ak to him.  ' rhat's p.irf ot flic* positive image W(* [)ortrii\ to thi'm," Balderas said. "Tlu'y get comtortable with law' c'nlorc(*ment."  Ihat ( omtort level hf'Ips young (K'ople Slav on the sfr.iighf and nar-rc)W, Btilder.is s<iid.  NBPD otticers make* sure pc'ople, voung ,tnd old, are sate* c oming ,ind li'aving fh(* iair.  It. Heath Purvis said flu* ck'part-ment inc re.isc's its staffing during lair wec'k. More patrolman and traffic officers ,ire nc'edc'd fo ensure satety on the strf'C'ts, Purvis said.  Parking bc*( omes a big issue around the f.nr, he said. Drivc'rs should ( ontinuc' to obev traffii <uid [)arking laws as they would without the fair, Purvis said. He said lhat mc'ans p.irking m thc' rigiit direr tion, parking tar enough aw.iv from stop signs and tire hydr.ints, <tnd follow ing all other laws.  The (lepartnK'nf just asks tii.it moforisfs and pedestrians do thc'ir ()arf.  "We just would like (H*ople to park safely and park correctly so we (k)n't get called fo those areas and issue tic kefs and even fow' vehick^/' Purvis said. "Our main goal is fo let evc*ry-  HAY  Continued from page 1  bc'cause of the* drought.  Tlic' k)ur entric's inc luded three entries from Guadalupe (ountv .md onc' from (omal County. One* of the entries inc lud-c'd two sam[)les from the same' person.  "We have' one winter  <innu.ll ioafs), one summc'r .innual isuclan), one warm sc’ason pc'rc'nnial (|ohnson grassi .111(1 other pc'rennial (mixc'd grass('s)," Avrit'ft said.  Ihc' ( omal ( ounty lair Hay Show' takes plac e 1 riday morning in fhc' Agri-c ulturi' Barn .if thc> ( omal ( ounty lairgrounds. lor Information, c ali (8 50)  i)2'")-r)()'").  COMAL COUNTY FAIR SCHEDULE  TODAY  ■    9 a.m.-9 p.m. — Baby Barnyard and Baby Cfiicks, Mobile Dairy Classroom; Poultry exfiibits; Home and Hentage; Wildlife and Shoebox Float  ■    1-10 p.m.— Exhibits open  ■    6-11 45 p.m. — Carnival  ■    8 p.m.-midnight ~ Corral, Clint Taft and Buck Wild Band  Friday  ■    11 a.m. — Fairgrounds open  ■    10 a.m.'IO p.m. ~ Home & Heritage; Wildlife and Sftoebox Float Exiiibits open  ■    11 a.m.-l 1:45 p.m. — Carnival  ■    Noon-10 p.m. ~ Baby Barnyard and Baby Chicks; Poultry exhibits; Mobile Dairy Classroom; Home Depot Kids Workshop  ■    Noon-6 30 p.m. Master Gardeners  ■    1-4 p.m. “ Corral, Local High School Bands perforin  ■    2 p.m. — Livestock Arena, Lamb Show  ■    4 >4:30 p.m. ~ Corral, All-Star Elite Cheerleading ■5:30-7:30 p.m.-Corral, Willie's Karaoke  ■    7:15 p.m. — Rodeo Arena, Kids Rodeo Clown Contest  ® 7.S) p.m. —• PRCA Rodeo  ■    8 p.m -midnight -- Corral, Straight Shot Band  LAURA McKENZIE/'Hcrald Zeitiing  Anabel Guzman and her daugtiter, Itzel, 4, tiold a ctiick while checking out the baby animals at Uie Comal County Fair on Wednesday.  body w.ilk safely to and from the fair without any crashes that can be avoick^d."  CCSO Lf. Mark Reynolds said a good time can be enjoyc'd by all and area law enforcement agents will be there, as usual, fo protect and serve  as a team.  "It's nice bee ause NBPD and the Sheriff's Office' work hand in hand in conjunc tion with twc h other fo make sure the Comal County Fair is a safe area for residents cjf C^omal C ounty and New Braunfels."  CLOSED  Continued from page 1  noon during the [)aracie. Regular office hours will resume after 12 p.m. Solid Waste and Recycling will be collected as scheduled, but the City Recycling Center will be closed.  Tlie U.S. Post Offie e'will beoK'n.  Al banks will be* o[)en. First State Bank on M.iin Plaza will tie)t opc'n its lobby until 1 p.m. bt'causeof its proximity lo the> p.irade. Ihe bank's drive-through, howe-ver, will kc'c'p its normal hours, trorn 7 ,i.m. to 6 p.m.   

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