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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas Beatrice Stone of Dragon Fire Systems smiles wtiile handing out ^ I candy Monday evening in Sattler. Stone dressed as a “cra/y wilcti Cousins Aiijah Guzman, 8. left, and Madison Kaulniafi, 9. ope Brad and Tracy Bishop take their son, Brady. 3, trick-or-treating Monday evening in Sattler Thousands lined Farm-to-Market Road their candy bags after walking up to one of the participatinq tiii' 2673 for the free Halloween event To view and purchase photos, visit herald-zeitung.com. Comal Halloween PHOTOS BY LAURA McKENZIE HERALD-ZEITUNG nesses during Monday evening's Halloween event in Sattler, Monday» Novcinbcf 14, 20M • 8:30 A.m. to 4:30 p.m. McKcnna Events Center • 801 W. San Antonio St., New Braimtels rickets: $30 for professionals, $20 for caregivers lM)r Reservations, Call AlzCare Assisted l.ivin^ at 830.624.1044 Ei^ht Cl^l) credits available for licensed social workers. The workshop kicks off a scries of Validation Worker classes presented In: m (.i.....LV . //if II ,h r s Sf>ec I (I I! > t \ * Cherise Bell, left, hands out candy to Mariah Rodriguez, 11, and Isaiah Navauo, 10, during Monday afternoon's Downtown Halioweeii Spooktacular m New Braunfeis. Don't miss this onc-day evetit featuring the developer of Validation Thetap)'. Visit www.tvalidation.org for information on the Validation Therapy method. tim76 j I r“ f SALE! One Day Only • Saturday, November 5th Live Musi‘S- Free Glveawa>s. iPad Dra«*>*S; SActWUesV fflGH ELEVATION/HOMESITpS Located in New B’^unfels.JT' Catered by Save Tens Of Thoiisanclsr* Excelle^nt TX Vet & Bank Financii^l CCX'PFR KIDGF PitlUft’ l’»’r/t'd Lii'int/ Lm Be CHALLENGE Copper Ridge will donate h,000 to Communities In A this Sales Event, with a guarantee of at least ^1,000! Comnninitics In Schools bouUiCvr'lri'TC' ■ Our sponsors: 102.7 Jack FM, 1200 WOAI News Radio, 2tarts Bakery, 550 KTSA, Air Castle Reotals, AirLIFE Guardian Angel, Bufialo Wings & Rings, CCP, David Mills Custom Homes, First Lockhart National Bank/Helicopter Tours of Texas, Heritage Custom Cabinets, Illusions Rentals & Designs, Jimmy Jacobs Custom Homes, Keith Zars Pools, KJ*97, Lantara Builders, Leisure Pools, Paradise Decks & Spas, Sports Radio Ticket 760, Stadler Custom Homes, Texas Sphere Rides, The New 9JQ, WDS Landscaping & Design LLC, Wright WDC. One Day OttM Call How! 1~877~888~9681 338 Open 7 days a week S Ü I T H E B L A N Ü ^ j^C 0 « M I N 1 T 1 k S www.copperridgetx.com *on Select Homesites • m' im^ m' m
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