New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 13, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
Indow 127 cfs
Release 200 cis
Normal Pool 909 m s.I.
Reservoir Elev 908 13 rn.s i
San Marcos River at Luling 149 cis
Historical 339 cfs
Guadalupe River at Cuero 775 cis
Historical 1,461 cfs
Historical 306 cis
Historical 662 cis
Guadalupe River at Victoria 689 cfs
Historical 1.583 cts
Coleto Creel Reservoir
inflow Less than 1 Release: I cts Normal Pool 98' m s.I Reservoir Elev 94 30 rn s i
"cfs" m Cubic fiMit/second (4-I9 jjnllons/nilnule)
"rn.ti." ■ Mean sea level Water (low data Is gathered from stream gaging statioas cooperative!) established and operated bv OBRA, U. S. Geological Survey, the U. S. Arm) Corps of Engineers and the Tevas Water Development Board.
Prepared by the GUADALUPE-BL ANCO RIVER AUTHORITY
to provide flow rate information throughout the basin to the general public for safety and recreational purposes.
8 A O Herald-Zeitung O Wednesday, December 13,1995Jingle Bell Run features more than just a race - there’s fun for the whole family
FLOW REPORT GUADALUPE RIVER BASIN
Data on this dale compared to Average of December 1964-1991 (Historical)
Chili competition heats up day at NBCA
Did you know that chili is the state dish of Texas? The 4th grade students in Sandra Black’s class at the New Braunfels Christian Academy held their own chili cook-off as a part of their study of Texas history. The 16 students were divided into 4 teams. They were given a basic chili recipe to prepare in class, but could add two “secret” ingredients. The students named their team, made signs, chose what to wear, and made name tags. Each team also made prickly pear cactus centerpieces, which included items from nature.
Judges for the cook-off were members of the New Braunfels Fire Department. They tasted each of the recipes and evaluated the presentations. The judging categories were: tastiest, hottest, most unusual, and most extraordinary, with an overall award for hest presentation. Each group received an award from the judges, then all were invited to tour the fire trucks and ambulance parked outside the school. As one judge, Chief Phil Baker, remarked, “This was a great experience. We had as good a time judging as the kids had making it.”
One of the student groups, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Included: (I to r) Ross Moncrief, Maureen Terry, Amanda Klar and Jason Laning.
A costume contest, Carlene Walker singing carols and a fabulous silent auction all add up to a fun-filled family morning. Not to mention of course the 3.1-mile run and fitness walk at 9 arn, followed by the kids’ races at IO a.m.1 Imagine all those happy feet with jingle bells in their laces. Enjoy H-E-B’s donated bakery goodies, sodas, Culligan water bottles, Power Bars samples and Wholesale Beer’s Miller Beer following the run. Join in the fun at the Red McCombs Universal Family Outreach Jingle Bell Run on Saturday, Dec. 16 at 9 a.m. in Landa Park. Red McCombs was the gold level sponsor while William Edge Salon (formerly The Strand), Victoria Bank & Trust, Red Carpet Auto Sales, Comprehensive Fitness, Kwik-Kopy Printing and Run-Tex Running Store in Austin were silver-level donors.
Finish up your Christmas shopping at the huge silent auction. The following items are for sale to the highest bidder: A TCBY ice cream pie, one-month membership to the Athletic Club, din
ner for two at Treetops Riverside Grille, $25 gift certificate from Vollbrecht’s Pharmacy, $50 gift certificate from Tip Top Cleaners, a will donated by attorney David Friesenhahn, flower arrangement by Susan Phillips, two dinners at the Gristmill, dinner for two at Adobe Cafe, live plant from Comal Flower Shop, towel holder from Landa Pharmacy, Avon products, a mammogram and wellness profile from McKenna Memorial Hospital, dinner for two at the New Braunfels Smokehouse, car wash at Custom Auto Care, a pair of $90 Asics running shoes from Vivroux, IO movie rentals from Blockbuster Video, dinner for two at Plaza Diner, lube and oil change from Brad-zoil, an original creation from Buck Pottery, two lawn sprays from Bug-a-Meister pest control, Centex Office Center, a brass and crystal votive from China-n-Things, two passes to the Circle Arts Theater, $25 gift certificate from Comal Saddlery, two medium pizzas from Domino’s, $50 gift certificate from Ernesto’s Jewelry, video
evening from Gifts and Glitter, t-shirt from Hunter Junction, IO video rentals from Jim’s Video, lamp from Johnson’s Furniture, stuffed animal from Lenise’s Floral Creations, two medium pizzas from Little Caesar’s, dinner for two at Luby’s, products from Making
Waves, a gift from Opa's Haus, a Quick Align alignment, a basketball from Rawlings sporting goods, Capture Carpet Cleaner from Rhoads Interiors, knife sharpener from Rivercrest Drive-In, tube rides and dinners from Rockin ‘R’ River Rides and Rafters
Restaurant, $15 gift certificate from S.A. Jewelry, 6 day passes to Schlit-terbahn, $25-$35 haircut and $55 facial at William Edge Salon (formerly The Strand), and a $50 gift certificate from Garden Ridge Pottery. The auction is open to the public and will be held at
race headquarters, Pavilion 16 in Landa Park. The bidding will begin at 8 a.m. and the winners will be announced by 10:30 a.m. For more information call the race director, Susan Phillips, 210-609-5030.
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