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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 10, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas GOOOFORYOU Photo courtesy Kari Hutchison Three teams at Canyon Middle School swept the NASA Student Involvement Programs Watching Earth Change competition. 3 CMS teams sweep Watching Earth Change competition Three teams of seventh-grade students from Canyon Middle swept the NASA Student Involvement Programs Watching Earth Change competition. NSIP allows students to choose their own research topic and explore how the Earth has or is changing. First place went to a “Deforestation and its effects on life in the Philippines” project conducted by Carty Covington, jonathan Voltz and Myranda Bradley. The team used research from the National Hood Observatory to show the increase in flood events in the Philippines due to deforestation. “Our students had access to free NASA resources allowing them to experience true science and feel the victory of success,” says Stef Paramoure, the seventh-grade science teacher who coordinated the students’ participation. Second place went to Bryan and Matthew Mittelstadt, Brian Massey and Hilary I toyer for a study on transforming contrails. They showed the connection between high altitude jet flying and the creation of upper atmosphere clouds that in turn increase global temperatures. Third place went to a project on disappearing coral reefs conducted by Samantha Stinger, Shineese Martinez, Amy Fry and Ethan Pauling. They studied how human impact is affecting the health of the world s coral reefs. I’aramoure says that as a result of tile first-place team being from Canyon Middle, the seventh-graders received a guest lecture from an aerospace engineer. Dr. Wallace Fowler, director of NASAs Texas Space Grant (Consortium, and an aerospace engineer at the University of Texas at Austin, shared his experiences at NASA with the students. Birthdays/Anniversaries HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO: ■ june and Jason Lear ■ Ambrose and Barbara Borchers, 34 years How to get your news into the Herald-Zeitung Residents are encouraged to share their accomplishments, special moments and community events. You can submit by: ■ Mail — 707 Landa St 78130. ■ E-mail — mmccaghren© ■ Information — Call 625-9144, ext 222 FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 2005 DAILY PLANNER American Profile Section B Golf is a cherished sport in small towns across America, providing greens for amateurs, professionals. TODAY'S EVENTS New Braunfels Canyon Lake Association of Realtors Time: 11:15 a.m. Location:! Bar M You should know:TAR president and president-elect will present a special message and honor S. D. David. Cost: $13 Information: 625-6954 COMMUNITY VFW Post 7110 Bingo Time: 7 p.m. Location: 600 Peace Ave. Family Game Night Time: 7 to 9 p.m. Location: Landa Recreation Center You should know: Enjoy a fun-filled night for the whole family by shooting hoops, playing ping-pong, billiards and a variety of board games. Cost: $10 per family Information: 608-2167 WORKSHOPS Free Career Training Time: 10 a.m. Location: Texas Workforce Center, 183 I-35 S., Courtyard Shopping Center You should know: Free career training for ages 16-24 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. Food For Thought: A Christian Seminar Date: Friday and Saturday Time: 7 p.m. Location: Ryan's Steakhouse You should know: Back-to-back speakers will highlight powerful Bible truths. Information: (830) 837-7883 REMINDERS N'T FORGET Jeffers-Casey Family Reunion Date: Saturday Time: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Location: First United Methodist Church, 703 E. Bowie, Luling Information: Send e-mail to [email protected] Car Show Date: Saturday Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. DAVID INGRAM Herald Zeitung DON'T MISS VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Alexandra Hubicsak, left, and India Mills decorate the hallway of St. John's Episcopal Church for vacation Bible school.The event will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through June 17 at St. Johns Episcopal Church. The event is for children kindergarten through fifth grade. For information, call 625-2532. Location: JB Wells Pavilion, Gonzales You should know: Sponsored by Motorheads Performance Shop of Leesville. Admission proceeds will be donated to the Boy Scouts. Information: (830) 424-3883 'Annie Get Your Gun' Date:Through June 26 Location: BrauntexTheatre You should know: Show runs Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays with Sunday matinees. Cost: $16 adults, $12 seniors, $8 12 and under. Inforrmatlon: Call Anne Hair at 606-3285. Market at the Lake Date: Saturday Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Location: FM 306 and Canyon Park Road You should know: Crafts, collectibles, imports and food booths. Live music 1 to 4 p.m. Information: Call Rex Henry at (830) 237-4841. Spring Garden Show Date: Saturday Time: 9 a.m. to noon Location: NBU parking lot, Main Plaza You should know: Register at 9 a.m.; judging, 10 a.m., show, 11 a.m. A variety of vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants will be judged. Ribbons will be awarded. Entry forms available at The Plant Haus, County Extension Office, and at the door. Information: 625-8922 Free Investment Seminar Date: Saturday Time: 10 a.m. Location: Executive Plaza, 555 I-35S, 2nd floor You should know: Learn basics of financial freedom.Training and materials are available. Information: 620-1526 Hermann Sons Dance Recital Date: Sunday Time: 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. Location: Jackson Auditorium, TLU, Seguin Information: (210) 226-9261 Mexican Taco Plates To Go Date: Sunday Time: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Location: La Vernia United Methodist Church, 210 Bluebonnet Herald-Zeitung To have your event publicized, contact Melissa McCaghren at 625-9144, ext 222, or by e-mail at [email protected] com ■MNMNMMNHMHMI You should know: All tickets must be purchased in advance. Your choice of chicken fajita tacos or carne guisada tacos, with rice, beans and pico de gallo. Cost: $6 adults; $3.50 under 10. Information: (830) 779-2621 PLAN AH EA Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 2999 Date: Monday Time: 4 p.m. You should know: Fun night, with pool, shuffleboard and card games. Dinner at 7 p.m. Information: Call Jacqui Garland at 629-3973. Eagles Auxiliary No. 2999 Past Presidents Date: Monday Time: 6 p.m. Location: Ryans Restaurant You should know: Installation of officers Information: Call Jacqui Garland at 629-3973. Flag Disposal Date: Tuesday Time: 10 a.m. Location: New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce You should know: Bring unserviceable flags, and a lawn chair. Information: Jean Helmke 629-1252 CAMPS & VRS Serengeti Trek Vacation Bible School Date: June 13-17 Time: 6 to 9 p.m. Location: Friedens Church, Geronimo You should know: Preregistration is suggested. Information: (830) 606-9838 Musikation Youth Theatre Summer Day Camp Date: June 13-18 Location: BrauntexTheatre You should know: Grades 2 through 12; acting and drama, all participants have speaking roles. Preregistration is required. Cost: $120 Information: 609-0710 Erie Sultemeier Baseball Camp Date: June 13-17 Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: Little League Fields, Loop 337 You should know: For ages 7-13. Brought to you by the McKenna Club. Registration required. Fun games, lunch andT-shirt included. Bring bat and glove. Cost: $200 Information: 606-2829 Friday, June 10 AccuWeather .Com forecast tor daytime conditions, low/high temperatures COLO KAN ^    Amarillo    85    759 TV \ OKLA. MO ,    Midland    97    770 El Paso 94 66    - Wichita Falls 92 772 j O .j Dallas st 75* J * * ^ * * * Austin 95 /71 Mexico San Antonio 93 774 _ , O V. R Houston 92 /74 iii I ^    ,    |    *0.T Brownsville © 2005 AccuWeather, Inc. O C2> O    CSR?    Ci? Sunny Pt Cloudy Cloudy Showers T storms Rain Flumes Snow ice WEATHER Updated forecasts:    click Type "city, state" or zip code into space provided and click "go" button. TEXAS FORECAST BY THE NUMBERS IN COMAL COUNTY Highs/lows_6/08 Canyon Dam    91/75 New Braunfels Airport 93/77 Rainfall    6/08    Month Canyon Dam    0    0.67 New Braunfels    0    1.18 Water Flows 6/09 Change Edwards Aquifer 690.0    -0.4 Comal River 421.0    +1.0 cubic ft/second Canyon Dam 6/09 Change Inflow    407    -43.0 cubic ft/second Outflow 320    -55.0 cubic ft/second Lake level 909.98    -0.01 feet above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report 6/09 Surface water    6.244 million gallons Well level    3.828 million gallons ACROSS TEXAS as of 8 a.m. Wednesday City/ Hi/ Lo/ Pre/ Otlk Amarillo/91/68//Clr Austin/93/78//PCIdy Dallas-Ft Worth/94/77//Cldy El Paso/95/75//CIr Houston/92/75//PCIdy Lubbock/95/71/.07/PCIdy San Antonio/92/77//PCIdy ACROSS THE NATION as of 8 a.rn Wednesday City/ Hi/ Lo/ Pre/ Otlk Albuquerque/87/55//Clr Baltimore/92/71//PCIdy Boston/86/63/1.03/PCIdy Buffalo/86/69//PCIdy Cheven ne/7Q/47//Ra i n Chicago/89/64/.24/PCIdy Cincinnati/89/68//PCIdy Cleveland/90/70//PCIdy Denver/79/48//PCIdy Detroit/91 /70//PCIdy Honolulu/88/78//PCIdy lndianapolis/88/72//PCIdy Kansas City/92/66/.42/PCIdy Key West/87/82//Rain Las Vegas/90/68//PCIdy Los Angeles/74/62//Cldy Miami Beach/89/81//Rain Mpls-St Paul/82/62/.04/PCIdy New Orleans/90/72/.07/Rain New York City/92/74//PCIdy Phi ladel ph ia/94/69//PCIdy Phoenix/96/74//PCIdy Pittsburgh/87/67//PCIdy St Louis/94/66/.48/PCIdy Salt Lake City/59/48/.08/PCIdy San Diego/71/63//PCIdy San Francisco/65/60/.21/PCIdy Seatt!e/62/52/.01/PCIdy Washington,D.C790/73//PCIdy WEATHER EXTREMES High 105 at Laredo Low 27 at Stanley, Idaho. DAVID INGRAM/Herald-Zeitung A Schlitterbahn bus shares North Union Avenue with pickups and SUVsThursday afternoon. For Local Dows; ■ Detour The east (northbound side) Interstate 35 frontage road has been converted to one-way northbound traffic from FM 306 to Kohlenberg Road. Southbound traffic will be directed north to Kohlenberg Road, then southbound on the west side frontage road. ■ Reopens: In three months. ■Work: This section of the road will be reduced to one-way traffic for installation of drainage and roadway construction. ■ 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.. TODAY Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Partly doudy Partly doudy Partly doudy Partly doudy Partly doudy Rain: 20%    Hi:    94    Hi:    95    Hi:    97    Rain:    20% Hi: 94    Low:    75    Low:    73    Low:    75    Hi:    96 Low: 74    Low:    74 SUN and MOON    MOON    PHASES Sunrise today 6.31 a.m. Sunset today 8:33 p.m. ^1st qtr. f    ^Full    ^Lastqtr. W 6/15 n___/ 6/22    ^ 6/28 POLLEN COUNTS Mold Low Grass Moderate Weeds Absent Oak Absent COASTAL FORECAST Port Aransas Mostly cloudy, then becoming partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers. Southeast winds at 10 to 20 mph increasing to 20 to 25 mph in afternoon. High in upper 80s. It will be partly cloudy tonight with southeast winds at 15 to 25 mph decreasing to 10 to 15 mph after midnight. Low in upper 70s. vsa Associated Press ;