New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 22, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas
sSan Antonio College teacher Ita Borger-Boglin shows her pride in .Comal Leadership Institute student Angel Rangel by giving her a big hug.
4 Comal Leadership Institute students complete dual credit course
i Four Comal Leadership Institute students — Leah Anderson, Abby Grant, Kayla Rabel and Angel Rangel — have completed the first dual credit course offered at the alternative campus.
Through a partnership with San Antonio College, the girls have earned one college credit for taking the Internet-based computer class while getting one step closer to high school graduation.
Although their SAC instructor, Ita Borger-Boglin, was required to visit her students only once during the semester, she was so impressed with the girls, she became a regular campus participant.
CLI President Sandy Hancock credited Borger-Boglin’s personal interest in the students with giving them the motivation to strive for academic excellence.
"All four are committed to going to college now," Hancock said.
CLI is the Comal Independent School District's alternative campus for students who have not done well in a traditional high school setting.
Students work at their own pace to complete high school graduation requirements and earn their diplomas.
— Leigh Jones
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO:
I Arturo Mata I Theresa Werner
■ Jennifer Ingram, 9 years old Kaylin Schmidt, 18 years old Keanu Quiroga, 4 years old
Hi Kimberlle Garza, 3 years old
■ Wayne Neat Kraft, 26 years old
■ Chelsey Donahoe, 13 years old
■ Rain Isabella Webb, April 15
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO:
■ David and Bonnie Slimpin, 34 years
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TODAY S EVENTS
Church Yard Sale
Date:Today and Saturday Time: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Location: Greater Life UPC Church, 134 Enchantment Lane, off of FM 725 Information: 609-1325
Relay for Life
Date:Today and Saturday Location: N.B. High School You should know: Fund-raiser to help prevent cancer, save lives and diminish suffering from the disease and to raise awareness of cancer prevention. Teams camp out and take turns going around the track. This is an overnight event. Information: Call Becky Voges at 625-9191 or [email protected]
Cajun Night Feast, Live Music
Time: 5:30 to 11 p.m.
Location: Elks Lodge You should know: Music by The Gulf Coast Playboys begins at 7 p.m., Cajun music and food. Benefits youth and veterans programs. Open to the public. Cost: $16 includes food and music; $5 dance only.
Denim and Diamonds Gala/Auction
Time: 6 to 10 p.m.
Location: Cross Lutheran Church, 2171 E. Common You should know:The Parent-Teacher League of Cross Lutheran School hosting fund-raiser to benefit school projects. Barbecue or turkey dinner with entertainment by Jay Erie. Tickets available at the school. Cost: $10
VFW Post 7110 Bingo
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: 600 Peace Ave.
Date;Today through kAayJ Location: Boerne Community Theatre
You should know: Comedy by Andrew Bergmann,Thursdays through Sundays. Call for specific times.
Information: (830) 249-9166
Low-Impact Dance Aerobics
Time: 8:15 a.m.
Location: Seele Parish House You should know: Class consists of a cardiovascular workout, strength training with light weights, stretching and relaxation. Information: 625-9295
Cristabell West introduces Joe Smith to the art of quilling at a recent show. A quilling exhibit will be held from I to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Sophienburg Museum. The event is a prequel to a quilling class which will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. April 27 at the museum. Instructor for the class will be Cristabell West. Cost is $25. For information, call Anna Lee Hicks at 609-3071.
Time: 10 a.m.
Location: Texas Workforce Center, 183 I-35 S., Courtyard Shopping Center You should know: Free career training for ages 16 to 24 to include medical assistant, human services, electrician, computer technician, business office technology, heating and air conditioning, automotive repair technician. Placement assistance, transportation and child care funds provided. Information: Call Sandra Siller at (800) 736-7566, ext. 6821.
Erxleben Family Reunion
Date: Saturday Time: 2 p.m.
Location: Albert Kyper Hermann Sons Lodge No. 106, 1685 Hwy. 46
You should know: Descendants of Samuel Heinrich, Friedrick Andereas and Dorothea Elizabeth Dewitz Erxleben are invited. Bring memorabilia and an item for silent auction, sandwiches, chips/dips or dessert.
Information: Call Dorothy J. Schneider at 625-0592.
Casino Night Fund-raiser and Auction
Date: Saturday Time: 7 to 11 p.m.
Location: N.B. Museum of Art and Music
You should know: Benefits Montessori Country Day School
Information: Call Barbara Springer at 625-5052.
6th Annual Jazz Festival
Date: Saturday Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: Jackson Auditorium, Texas Lutheran University You should know: Featuring Kristin Korb, well-known bassist and jazz singer.
Information: Call Keith Dye at (830) 372-6015 or e-mail him at [email protected]
Date: Through Saturday Time: 8 p.m. today and Saturday
You should know: Musical comedy about four young men
from the '50s who are prevented from giving their first concert by a serious accident, but Heaven gives them a second chance by letting them return to Earth to sing again. Tickets available at China-n-Things. Cost: $15 general; $13 seniors and students Information: 609-3092
'Woods Tea Company'
Date: Saturday Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: BrauntexTheatre You should know: Final show of Brauntex 2004-2005 season; folk music, dry humor and fiery Celtic instruments.Tickets available at China-n-Things, Henne Hardware, New Braunfels Chamber, Canyon Lake Office supply.
Cost: $20 general, $25 reserved.
Date: Sunday Time: 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Location: First United Methodist, 572 W. San Antonio St.
You should know: Health services and information. Information: Call Sandy Smith at 625-8623.
New Braunfels Community Chorale Concert
Date: Sunday Time: 3 p.m.
Location: Brauntex Theatre, 290 W. San Antonio St.
You should know:Tickets available at Brauntex, Johnson Furniture, China-n-Things.
Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 2999 Birthday supper
Date: Monday Time: 7 p.m.
Cost: Members $3, guests $5. Information: 629-3973
The Book Review Club
Date: Tuesday Time: 9:30 a.m.
Location: Senior citizens center
You should know: Roxaline Krueger will review "Ada Blackjack."
Comal County Democrats
Date: Wednesday Time: 7 p.m.
Location: GVTC You should know: Kathleen Krueger will speak about her District 5 City Council race. Guests welcome.
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IN COMAL COUNTY
Canyon Dam 79/65
New Braunfels Airport 81/66
Canyon Dam New Braunfels Water Flows
Edwards Aquifer 693.6 -0.1
Comal River 444.0 0
Canyon Darn 4/21 Change
Outflow Lake level
cubic ft/second 494 -6.0
BY THE NUMBERS
Ba Iti more/86/65//Cldy Boston/87/41/.1Q/Clr Buffalo/70/35/.20/Clr Chicago/69/42//PCtdy Cincinnati/79/55/.03/Rain Cleveland/76/39/.35/PCIdy Denver/50/31/.49/PCIdy Detroit/73/38/.18/Clr Honolulu/86/75//Clr lndianapolis/79/51/.50/Rain Las Vegas/70/52//Clr Los Angeles/69/52//Clr Mpls-St Pa u I/64/41 //PCIdy Nashville/80/64//Rain New Orleans/81/63//PCIdy NewYork City/85/50//PCIdy Oklahoma City/83/62/.05/Cldy Philadelphia/86/54//PCIdy Phoenix/79/58//Clr Pittsbu rgh/78/47/.43/PCIdy St Louis/84/58/.07/Cldy Salt Lake City/52/39/.11/PCIdy San Diego/67/55//Clr San Francisco/62/5Q//PCIdy Seattle/64/47//PCIdy
Washington,D.C786/65//Cldy WEATHER EXTREMES
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Low 17 at Meeker, Colo.
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DAVID INGRAM Herald-Zeitung
Traffic flows smoothly Thursday afternoon on North Walnut Avenue at Floral Avenue.
■ Closure: Crews will dose southbound exit ramp 19QA and entrance ramp 190.
■ Reopens: None. Motorists wishing to access this area will use exit 191, just before Business 35
■ Work: Crews will be switching traffic to the newly constructed portion of the west frontage road from Business 35 to Meadow.
■ Closure: The southbound exit ramp 188 to Business 35 at the New Braunfels Marketplace is closed permanently and the southbound (west) frontage road will be switched to the newly completed frontage road from south ofTexas 46 to the Marketplace.
■ Reopens: The exit closure is permanent
■ Detour Traffic will be switched to the newly completed portion of the frontage road.
■Work: Interstate 35 reconstruction project