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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 27, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, Jan 27, 1995 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 3A Donation to scouts Terr! G. Adams, general manager of Schlitterbahn, presents a check for $1,808 to representatives of the Lone Star Girl Scout Council. Receiving the donation are Alice Nofziger, membership development executive, and Bemadine Eaton, a volunteer with the Lone Star Girl Scout Council. Morethan 900 Girls Scouts and their families attended the park during Lone Star Girl Scout Days last year, and Schlitterbahn donated a portion of each ticket to benefit area troops. The event will be repeated Aug. 26 and 27 this year. Entries needed for Capitol parade State Representative Edmund Kuem-pel announced today that the State Preservation Board is searching for parade entries for the State Capitol Rededication. The parade will include IOO to 120 participants from across the state, and is scheduled for April 21. Each parade entrant must represent Texas or Texas history in some way. Categories include historical, equestrian, musical, military, dancers, and a miscellaneous category, for the distinctly Texas entry. There are several guidelines that must be met by all parade entrants; to receive a copy of the guidelines, call Paige Cooper at Kuempel's office, (512) 463-0602. Deadline for entry is Feb. I Skat league plans big event at Goerke’s An entire week of skat activities are planned around the Texas State Skat League’s 3rd annual international rules WINTER SKAT TOURNAMENT to be held on Feb. 11 & 12, at Goerke’s #1 near New Braunfels. The tournament is sanctioned by 1SPA (International Skat Players Association). Entries have been received from British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec as well as Oregon, California, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ohio, Florida, and Texas. Skat is the most complex member of the Euchre family of card games and has been an element of the German culture which arrived in central Texas almost 150 years ago. From a peak of over 700 players in the 1950’s, the state tournament has dropped to less than IOO in recent years. The reasons for the game’s decline arc too many and varied to cover in a short article. Skat is played in German clubs across Canada and along the U.S. west coast. Seven local players recently participated in a tournament in Las Vegas which was sponsored by the San Diego club. Tournaments will be held at various times with the largest two being the Canadian Open in Montreal in April, and the North American Open in Vancouver in late June and cady July. A special Texas rules tournament is planned in May as part of the Sesquicentennial activities in New Braunfels. The effort to save the game in Texas is continuing and anyone wanting to learn about, or return to, this interesting and challenging game in a friendly setting, please contact: Jim Leissner, 202 Koepsel St., Seguin, TX 78155. (210-379-2955) Music scholarship available Graduating high school seniors who plan music majors in college may apply for the $500 scholarship awarded each year by the New Braunfels Music Study Club. Students may audition in Voice, Instrumental Music, or Dance. Applications are available from the three high school band and choral directors, and are to be submitted to Mrs. Melitta Frueh, Scholarship Chair, by the deadline, February ll. Auditions will be March 4 at Seele Parish Hall. A non-refundable application fee of $2.50 should accompany each application. Repertoire must be from advanced literature (for example: UIL or Federation Festival Advanced levels), must include two contrasting styles and periods, and the length should not exceed 10 minutes. Dancers should prepare a program of classical ballet with a contrasting number of improvisatory or modem dance. Music must be memorized, and all contestants should provide their own accompanist. The auditions are closed to the public. It is required that the winner perform at the May 11 Music Club meeting. Past recipients include Carolyn Lemmon, Maria de la Cerda, Jason Conner, David Houde, Susan Johnson, Allen Moore, Mike Michie, Caroline Wolf, Kelly Miller, Rachel Caballero, Julie Ann Rider, Tracy Ohm, Sarah Miller, Lisa Hendry, Glenn Green, Katherine Kelfer, Teresa Moehrig, Georgic Tamayo, Susan Gibbs, Roger Simmons, Carne Bretzkc, Amanda Rayburn, and Jennifer Voges. Funds of this scholarship are provided by the offenng taken at the anneal Advent Vespers Massed Choir Concert on the first Sunday in December, and also sponsored by the New Braunfels Music Study Club, affiliated wi(h the Texas and National Federated Music Clubs. For further information, contact Melitta Frueh, Scholarship Chairperson, 720 Laurel Lane, New Braunfels, TX 78130, or call 625-6658. Application deadline is Feb. 11, 1995. COMAL SADDLERY ft WESTERN WEHR .... oz Ao Long Sleeve Blouses %SfJecf Selected Mens Jeans Selected Straw Hats Men's Long Sleeve Shirts Selected Felt Hats to Caw GCI .ad'es J°3ns 7b Off Skirt Sets Stock Show & Rodeo Sale OPEN MON. - SAT. 10 -6 311 HWV 306 I /4 MILE W. OF 1-35 f 210J625-9641horizons"Bridges To Tomorrow"Coming March 26, 1995 Featuring: •Hill Country Living •Dollars & Sense •Education for Tomorrow •Volunteer Spirit An in-depth review and a look at the future of New Braunfels & Comal County. Your Advertising Representative will contact you shortly.You must be in this issue! ;