New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 19, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
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If your child has a short attention span, carefully consider your child’s age when expecting him or her to be able to attend an activity for a specific amount of time. Call Family Outreach for parenting classes at 620-1299.
Meet professional hospice staff members and ask questions in a imfortable setting at Basic Hospice ii Learn about one-of the fastest-owing healthcare movements of the ntury at this Community Hducation iss set for 3 to 5 p m on Dec. 2. ere is no cost for the class, which ll take place in the Rock House lind Hospice New Braunfels, 613 Walnut
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C anyon Middle Schtxil will sponsor a “Free Stuff'Card” fund-raiser thiough Nov. 30. The can! will sell for $5 and has more than $100 worth of “free stuff’ for the month of IXxrniber from area businesses. Ibis is not a discount card. Cards can be purchased from any Canyon Middle School student or at the school office
Host families sought
High school exchange students from more than $0 ditlerent countries
are arriving to spend the spring
semester in 'mr community, and local families can participate AYUSA International, a non profit, high school exchange program, invites families to host AY CS A students. AYUSA provides quality cross-cultural exper»ences and local support for students, host families and their communities Part time employment ami hosting opportunities are available now Individuals interested in working with the world’s youth are invited to .al' AYUSA regional manager Ana Henke al StXV *82-7*93.
Comal f ountv residents are welcome to go to the recycling center, 47*5 Texas 46 West, from 8.30 a m to * pin every Huirsday and friday to pick up chips aud mulch tree of charge I m w *od will he sold for $* a truckload
New Braunfels Minor I mergcncy now is giving Du sfiots iii die clinic at 22<> N t uimt htW'WAtcd people may
walk iii .mi lime between IO a rn and 9 pin NF*mlay through Imlay or IO a iii to * p in Saturday I he fee is SI-' md insurance will he accepted U
Sharing Supper at 6:30 p.m. today at the Faith United Church of Christ, 970 N. Loop 337. Members will celebrate Thanksgiving in a way that is becoming traditional with their group. They will have a regular pot-luck dinner. Drinks and tableware will be provided.
The Marion ISD is offering a free screening for infants and children from birth to 22 years of age from 8 a.m. to noon today at Krueger Elementary School and from 1:30 to 4
p. rn. at the Clyde Ford Center, 204 Schertz Parkway. An occupational therapist, physical therapist and a speech therapist wffl evaluate the skills of each child and discuss the mutes with the parents immediately following the screenings.
lf you have a child to age 22 whose speech, language, crawling, walking, feeding or play skills are not progressing as you think they should, come to this free screening. For information, call 830-914-2803, eat 3, or 210-945-6015.
Pence Lutheran Chtoch is having a craft fair Friday. The table fee will be $20. Reserve tables now by calling 6200618.„
The Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Department auxiliary will conduct a bake sale starting at 9 am Saturday at Franks A Country Boy’s Supermarkets. For information, call Holly Munary at 899-4560.
The American Red Cross will offer a baby-sitting class from 8:30 arn. to 5 p.m. Saturday at its New Braunfels Red Cross Service Center, IOO Main Plaza, Suite I IO. This all-in-one class teaches basic skills for beginning sitters, focusing on child development, discipline, working with parents, basic infant care and emergency first aid. The cost is $25, but Red Cross training is available ta anyone, regardless of ability to pay.
There are no prerequisites, but participants should be at least ll yean
old and must pte-tegister. Call 606-1999.
The Marion High School Business Professionals of America will have a marketplace fund-raiser from 9 a.m. to 6 pm Dec. 6 in the high school halls. A variety of gange-sale type items will be available as well as arts and crafts and baked goods. Tables arc available to rent, ranging in price from $7 to $15. They must be reserved by Dec. I. For information, Call 830-914-2803, ext 222.
First United Methodist Church rs of Preschoolers is a craft show from 9 am pm. Saturday. Six-foot tables I available for $10, and 8-foot trcan be reserved for $15. Call Germans st 606-6686 by Nov. reserve a table.
p.m. on the Longhorn Putting Green and Bevo Basketball. Dinner is served at 6 p.m. Glenn Richter, a former New Braunfels resident and pajt 'director of the Longhorn Band, will be the guest speaker followed by the Traditional Rally.
".•The Comal County Texas Exes -will host the first District 11 Mixer ;sti Sunday at Schwamkrug’s t. The fun begins at 4:30
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Srtver Centcr dances
Dances at the Silxer ( enter in Seguin will lake place Nev 28 with
die St o Dust Trio I <h.hI is serxcd at * di p ut and die dance begins at
7: IO p rn Admission is $* eac h I or reservations, call IX (IM 303 M»I2
Rehearsals For the 3Hih annual Advent Vespers choir concert will lake place at 7 p m Mux 25 I lie First rehearsal will Iv at the I list Baptist Church and the second al St Paul Lull lenin (I lurch I he concert will be presented at 4 p tit Nos 30 ut the First Baptist Church Everyone who enjoys singing is welcome Melitta Frock is the director, ami JoAnn Lemmon is the accompanist
The Unitarian Universalists will enjoy their annual Thanksgiving
If the thought of the upcoiling holiday aeason brings out the Scrooge in you, join in an hour of helpful ideas and discussion for maximizing the joy of the season.
Kathy Rushing will tell guests how to “de-stress holiday distress” a 7 pm on Monday in die Dittlinger Library Community Room
The Comal Appraisal District Board of Directors is accepting i6sum6s for those persons wishing to serve on the Appraisal Review Board for the remainder of 1998-1999. Submit rfeumfe by Nov. 30 to Comal Appraisal District, Board of Directors, P.O. Box 311222, New Braunfels. TX 78131-1222.
The Bulverde Senior's Arts and Crafts Christmas show will take place from IO a.m to 5 pm on Nov: 29 at the Bulverde *Community Center. The show will include arts, rafts, baked goods and a free market. There is free admission and parking. *
Homespun tan claanup
Homespun Early Childhood Intervention is in the midst of the annual HUI cleaning of files that have been closed for five years or more. Parents or guardians are entitled to
obtain the records of their child's services while enrolled in the program. Files not requested by Dec. I will be destroyed. Families who wish to receive this folder may call Homespun at (830) 278-6261 or write to Homespun ECI, 714 E. Main, Uvalde, Texas 78801.
RSVP, the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, sponsored by Texas Lutheran University has planned a tour pajty open to the public. This party xviii take place on
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Dec. 2 at IO a.m. in the Banquet Room bf Holiday Inn, north of Interstate IO on 123 Bypass in Seguin. This party win feature slides on the five travel opportunities planned by RSVP for 1998. The five destinations of the 1998 tours are Switzerland (May), Idaho (June), Hawaii (July), New England (October) and Southern California (November). The RSVP office will accept reservations for fins party until noon on Tuesday. Call 830-379-0300.
Students planning to attend a nursing program (LVN or RN) in the 1998 spring semester air encouraged to apply for the Elliot Knox Nursing Scholarship or the Cecilia Springmeyer Nursing Scholarship. The deadline for applications is Dec. I. Donations toward the scholarships are accepted by the Comal Healthcare Foundation. For information or to receive an application, call Dina Vineyard at 606-2170.
Veterans CtiristmiM party
Chapter 163, Disabled American Veterans, will have their annual Christmas party on Dec. 3 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Peat Home on Peace Avenue. Members are asked to make reservations by calling 620-0223. A catered meal will be served at no charge, however, donations to offset the cost will be accepted and appreciated. Reservations should be made prior to Nov. 26.
The Newcomvers Club will have a Christmas Dance from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. on Dec. 5 at the Senior Citizens Center, 655 Lands St. Music will be provided by the Seven Dutchmen. The public is invited
Santa’s Craft Show
The Comal County Senior Citizens Center will have its seventh annual Santa’s Craft Show Dec. 6. For information to participate in the show, call Gladys Battling at 606-4547. All types of unique, homemade items created from wood, ceramics, flowers and paints will be available.
First United Methodist Church will be the site for a craft bazaar and gift
wrapping service from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Dec. 6 in Wesley Hall. Tables are available at $15 for an 8-foot table and $10 for a 6-foot table. For information or to reserve a table, call Carolyn at 625-2465 or Allison at 620-4418.
The Junior Girls Auxiliary of American Legion Post No. 179 will be having a rummage sale on Dec. 6 from 9 a.m to 4 p.m. at 4 IO W. Coll. St
Moms and Dads, shop, relax and prepare for the holidays while your children spend a safe entertaining day with the Canyon High School Cheerleaders from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Dec. 6 at Canyon High School. To reserve a space or ask questions, call 625-6251. Coat is $20 per child and includes all activities, lunch, snacks and crafts. Additional siblings will be charged $10. Proceeds from the camp will help the cheerleaders get to Orlando, Fla., for national competition in February. Call 625-6251.
The Comal County Aggie Moms* Club once again is taking orders for authentic German cookies. The cookies are baked Dec. 13-15. Five kinds of cookies are being sold for $3.50 per dozen: Mendel Kranze, Molasses Cookies, Pfaffenbrot; Weiner Zollen and Zimmct Sterne. The annual cookie bake raises money for scholarships that will be awarded in the spring to Comal County students attending Texas AAM. To order, call by Dec. 7 Karen Haas at 629-6304, Peggy Czeluesta at 651-5421, Lynda Neff at 609-2894 or Willie Haas at 625-2832.
At its Dec. 8 meeting, city council will consider the appointment of three members to the Community Development Advisory Committee.
Council also will consider the appointment of two members to the Main Street Advisory Board. These are terms ending Dec. 31, 2000. Council also will consider appointing eight members to the Recycling Advisory Committee. Four pensions are partial terms ending Jan. 1,2000, and four positions are full terms ending Jan. 1,2001.
Applications for positions on all three committees are available in the office of the city secretary and mu* be delivered by noon Dec. 3.