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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 11, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 A ■ HeraJd-Zeitung ■ Sunday, June 11,1995 Programs designed to help promote healthy minds, I Hill ies Horald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Scholarship winner Jim Scheele Sr. (left), chairman of the Comal County Fair Scholarship Committee, hands Brenda Klabunde, NBISD winner of the S500 Fair Association scholarship, her check as Doug Miller, Comal County Fair president looks on (not pictured are other scholarship winners Brandy Elliott of Canyon High School and Dustin Kramer cjf Smithson Valley High School). ■■■i     ........—  ,, , „    ——   ■■■—    ■■■■■   Lawn, turf grass workshop open to public [ A Lawn and Turfgrass workshop is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 13, 1995 at the Comal County Extension fleeting room, located at 132 South Water Lane, behind the Sheriff s office off of San Antonio Street. * * Or. Richard Dublc, Extension turf specialist, will discuss glass varieties and types for lawns, golf courses, and athletic fields in Comal County. Dr. Dubio will also discuss watering and fertilizing of lawns and turfgrasscs. Dr. Joe Krausz, Extension pathologist, will discuss diseases of turfgrasses, including take all patch, brown patch, and any other disease that might affect your lawn or turf area. Dr. Krausz will also discuss cultural and chemical ways of controlling many of our turf diseases. This workshop is open to the public. Anyone with a lawn, or anyone planning to establish a new lawn, should make this meeting. Football field and golf course groundskeepers are encouraged to attend. Editor's note: See related story on Page I A. By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer “To put Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy body, mind, and spirit for all.” That is how the YMCA of San Antonio and the Hill Country states its mission. The San Antonio Y’s particular menu is strong on services for children and youth. The list grew gradually in answer to San Antonio’s needs, Northwest Branch Executive Director Bill Martin said. Its programs include: ■ School Beyond School — joint program between the YMCA and schools giving at-risk students learning supplements to increase their learning skills and self esteem ■ After School Fitness and Sports — elementary school staff, parents and YMCA staff help students get started in a fit healthy lifestyle through sports and aquatics ■ Youth Volunteer Corps — costeffective program involving young people in community service ■ Youth and Government — youth ages 14 to 17 years learn how government works through hands-on experience ■ More Than A Job — YMCA and local businesses cooperate in a program that prepares youth for success in the Obituaries Amice V. Brown ♦ Amice V. Brown, age 80, of New feraunfels, died Friday, June 9, 1995 at the Colonial Manor Care Center. He Las born Jan. 20, 1915 in Kentucky to ught H. and Cloda Brown. J He, along with his wife Katy Brown, Jvho preceded him in death just last month, owned and operated cafes in Lew Braunfels where he served as the look. He was a U.S. Army veteran. J He is survived by nephews, Gilbert Reaver and his wife Nora, Rubin .Mcurin and his wife Barbara, Julian Meurin, Franklin Mosel and Paul ll rawford; nieces, Irene Burrier and J ranees Burrier. Graveside services arc Monday, June 12 at 9:30 a m. at the Comal Cemetery, with Msgr. Edward Bily officiating. Visitation begins at IO a.m. Sunday at Zocller and continues until 9 p.m. 7&//t / SfUNl fer.~ I UNI WI I IOMI Hill Country Roofing We ofter the best competitive price on new construction reroot and home repairs We guarantee a job well done (210) 303-6400 loll I icr in ,S riot h”1 Af,t J ii ii rf The Balance Builder C.D. for your Interest Rate Security. 5 .74%apy for one year. Includes all the new deposits you want to add to it! 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The two-part program includes “Getting Ready to Work” and “Keeping a Job.” ■ YMCA Youth Apprenticeships — youth get on-the-job training in YMCA jobs ■ Drug Education and Prevention — after-school activities 2 to 3 times a week for at-risk children 6 to 13 years old ■ Mentoring/Tutoring — staff, parents and community join to help at-risk students perform better in school ■ School Age Child Care — On school days “Prime Time” after school care is provided at school campuses for ages 4 to 13. ■ Parent and Child Programs — Parent and child participate together in recreational programs like Indian Guides. ■ Hy-Life — helps at-risk students with the transition from elementary to middle school in a camp setting ■ Health, Wellness and Recreation —promotes healthful lifestyles in a van-' ety of sport and fitness activities for all ages 95 Graduates Bring This Ad In and receJvs 50% OFF on framing your diploma at Kylets    KustomKomars 839CIH 35-W Walnut Business Cantar 210-620-4452 LANDA^ STATION Child’s Plate Available DAILY 10 i Limited Timo Ottrr Lunch Special w/tea $071 v.. 11am-2 pm Mon. • Frl. not veld MrtMher discounts Aller dinner enjoy live enteriammeni ■ no cover Sun - Carlos Codille) Tugs - Mall PfotrSstol    NO Thurs - Al Barlow    COVER Frid S O S Band Sal Painted Pony    629-3311 For Ro&or v.itioii'. ^4    To Go Or dor. 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