New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 2, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
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Wurstffest Association helps museum
Wurstfest Association President Bob Smith (left) and S.D. David Jr., president of the Bummel Museum, holding some of the new Hummel Museum brochures.
On# of the city’s newest attractions received additional support from the Wurstfest Association recently ._250,000 Hummel Museum brochures were printed courtesy of the Wurstfest Association. These brochures will be used to promote the museum, the only one of its kind displaying the world’s largest collection of original art by Sister M.l. Hummel.
The museum opened in 1992 with over 300 works of art in the collection—many on display to the public for the first time. The artwork was created by Sister Hummel at the Convent Siessen in Germany and is the inspiration for the immensely popular M.l. Hummel figurines. In addition to the original artwork, the museum houses replicas of Sister Hummers school room, bedroom, convent studio and chapel. On display in these areas are some of Sister Hummel’s personal effects.
The museum is located downtown on the Main Plaza and is open daily. The Wurstfest Association is a nonprofit corporation designed to promote local commerce, especially through tourism, and to preserve the community’s heritage. Funds generated from the 10-day Wurstfest festival support a variety of community projects.
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Wurstfest donation helps landscape tuber exit
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the visual appearance of the concrete steps and ramps.
This is not the first time funds generated by the 10-day festival have been used to assist the city in maintaining the public river exits. In the mid-’80s, Wurstfest provided funds to stabilize the riverbank and upgrade the steps leading horn the Comal River to Union Street Also, in 1986, Wurstfest funded the cost of renovating the Guadalupe
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19 Singer Bryant
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36 Leading player
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Thousands of Comal River tubers are enjoying the newly constructed exit at Union Street. The $200,000 project, funded by the city, was completed earlier this summer and is designed to
handle the large number of people who enjoy the river each day with ease.
Wurstfest Association contributed $2,500 to landscape the grounds and plant twelve beds designed to improve
River exit in Cypress Bend Park.
According to Wurstfest President Bob Smith, this is the type of project that falls within the scope of the organization’s purpose—which is to promote local commerce, especially though tourism, and preserve the community’s heritage.
Dates for this year’s Wurstfest are Friday, Nov. 3 through Sunday, Nov. * 12.
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Wurstfest Association President Bob Smith presents a check in the amount of $2,500 to Parks Director Iris Neffendof, Parks Department employees Ramon Zavala and Anselmo Hernandez, and Parks Advisory Board Chairman Hat Herbelin Jr.