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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 1, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 6A g Herald-Zeitung g Wednesday, October 1, 1997Stammtisch Homeownership opportunity The New Braunfels Housing Authority is accepting applications for homeownership under a new program designed to sell homes to low/moderate income households. The agency currently is seeking qualified applicants for two houses available for purchase within the next 60 days. Applicants must have gross annual incomes between $29,000 to $35,000 and up. To apply, go to 300 Laurel Lane and ask for Diana Garcia. Changing world views The Unitarian Universalists will have Erika Curtis, a Canyon High School student, speak at 7:30 p m today at the faith United Church of Christ, 970 N. Loop 337 (the comer of Texas 46 and Common Street) She will tell about her changing view of the world after her exciting and educational trip to the Mediterraman. studying oceanography and geography of the area She was honored to be chosen to take the trip with her geography teacher There will be time for discussion and questions The public is invited Herb class Herbal Hour will address attention deficit disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disder today at 6 30 p rn in the Comal County Senior Citizens Center The class will focus on alternatives to Kitalin for more information, call Mary Mcfadden at 625-5935 or 625-6446 Nurse aides school I he South I exas School ot Nurse Aides announces its last class of tins year beginning I nday Classes are from 6 to Kip rn fridays and from 9 am to 5 p in Saturdays and Sundays with completion in four weekends l o register or for more information, call 620-9696 Help plan the trail Rails ti* I rails invites walkers. bikers, in line skaters and runners ii) tile Saturday meeting at I') a rn at f den Home Community Room I he meeting will focus on possible des mg for the trail I or more information, call Peter Olson at 629-21 30 Geronimo VFD barbecue I lie (leronnno Volunteer I ire Department will have its annual barbecue supper al ^ pm Saturday at tile Geronimo I ire Department grounds live miles north ot Seguin on I exas 12' Xii auction will be conducted at " p iii Nursing assistant class I lie Victoria I ollege will offer a Nursing Vssistant class beginning Saturday and running through Dec 29 at the ( madalupc V alley I caching ( enter. Room I OI. iii Seguin I lie class will meet from s .i m u. 4 30 pm on Saturday and Sundays Die course will include on hours ot classroom studv and 90 hours ot clinical studv tuition tor the course is S"-' Textbooks, which max be purchased on the first dav oi class, will cost approximated $85 It is also suggested that students purchase two white nurse s uniforms, white nurse s shoes arui have a watch vs uh a second hand I or further requirements arui to register, please contact Jennifer I )unno at (^ I 2) 5’’2 (*44 N Car wash, garage sale The West Haven \cademy ot Karate will host ,i benefit car wash and garage sale ear Iv Saturday morning at Diamond Rite ( leaning Products, 242 South Business I oop 3*3 in New Braunfels Nine local martial an students (including tour blackbclts) will attend the 1907 I aug Sin* Do Mi (ink kwan National Championships on Oct I "’-18 in fast Rutherford, NJ, at the Meadowlands Hilton Competition in forms, free-sparring, team forms and team tree-sparring will take place during the two day event Evening Lions fish fry The Canyon I ake I veiling I ions Club will conduct its Annual f all f ish Try at the Canyon lake Volunteer Fire Department Station, No. I Hwy. 306, from 11:30 a m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sunday. The price of the meal is $6 for adults and $3.50 for children. Tickets will be available at the door and at the Lions Club booth at the Moving Waters Foundation Pow Wow on Saturday. Tickets also may be purchased from any Evening Lions Club member. Proceeds from this fund-raiser will go to numerous charities supported by the Canyon Lake Evening Lions Club, many of which are local. The menu will include fish, fries, cole slaw. tea and condiments. The Canyon Lake Evening Lioness Club will have an assortment of desserts on sale for a nominal price Community wide Life Chain Churches of the New Braunfels community will join together for a community wide Life C hain on Sunday from 2 to 3 p rn Life Chain is a national pro-life statement New Braunfels Christians will stand silently along San Antonio Street and Seguin Avenue, holding sign> that affirm lite Meet at the plaza at I 30 p rn or contact your pastor Auxiliary anniversary Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7110. New Braunfels, will celebrate its 50th anniversary on Sunday at the Post home, 600 Peace Ave [Xx>rs open at I p rn with the program beginning at 3 pm, refreshments served from 4 to (> p in and dinner taking place at 6 p rn Patricia Kemp, department president, will be the special guest along with Mayor Jan Kennady and 5th District president Mollie McPhee I here are ll charter members still alive and some will be present to be honored Marie I Heaton, current president, was the charter president in 1947 when the auxiliary wa>. organized by Sister I ranees Summers, then 5th District president Mrs Heaton is also the ['ast sib District president, having served from 1949 to 1951 Blood drive I very one is encouraged to participate in the Community Blood Drive sponsored bv the first Protestant < hurch on Sunday I he South I exas Blood and I issue ( enter will accept doth irs from K 30 a rn to 12 *0 [' in at the Seek Parish House on Coll street I he drive will be conducted in the basement in the Bormann Room I or more information. call ( harlene Nolte at r*2v> I im hi or the church at 609-7‘,2 Guatemalan weaving sale I he women ot st Paul I ut berun church. Isl s Santa ( lara. invite all to attend their Country Store and Guatemalan Weaving Sale from 9 a iii lo noon saturday iii the fellowship hall stock up on great homemade food, craft items and handmade (iuatemalan weavings Aggie Mom meeting I he I omul I ounty Aggie Moms’ Club will have a meeting at ^ pm Mondav at the New Braunfels I ducat ion ( enter board room A representative from I exas WM I mversitv will be present to give information about finances, financial aid and the new application deadlines for scholarships for the next vear’s freshman class For more information, call I ynda Net! at 609-1422 NO CHARGE FOR: • Allergy skin testing • Physician monitoring • Lab tests Elks Club styls show New Braunfels Ladies Elks Klub will have a style show and luncheon at 11:30 a m. Tuesday at the lodge, 353 S. Seguin Ave. Tickets are $10 each. For advance ticket sales, call 625-2223. St. Paul UCC rummage sale St Paul United Church of Christ Church. 108 S. Main, Cibolo, is having its bazaar and rummage sale from 8 a m to 4 p.m. Saturday. For information, cal! (830) 420-2945. Violet show and sal# The First African Violet Society of San Antonio will present its show and sale in North Star Mall on Friday and Saturday from IO a m. to 6 p m. The public is cordially invited, and admission is free. Experienced growers will be on hand to answer questions. Methodist rummage sale Thee will be a giant rummage sale. Saturday from 8 a rn. to noon, sponsored by the Bracken United Methodist Women at teh church fellowship hall The hall is located on Farm-to-Market 2252, which is off Interstate 35, south of New Braunfels near Garden Ridge For more information or directions call 606-6717 Silver Center dances The Silver Center will sponsor four country western dances in October TihhI is served at 5:30 p rn and the dance is at 7:30 p rn Cost is $5 Bubba I 111 re 11 will perform Friday, T he Texas Connection Oct IO, Texas Top Hands Oct 24 and Native Sons from Sabinal, Texas CX t 31 Community Band concert I he New Braunfels Historic Museums Association is sponsoring an Flderhostel program in New Braunfels from (Xt 5 through IO It is an opportunity for the community to meet visitors from all over the I tilted Stales Join the Community Band arui visitors for a concert at 7 p rn ( Kl 9 vin the Plaza Junior Miss Orientation Junior Miss Orientation will take place at ” p rn on Oct X at OakRun Middle School All junior girls living in Comal County arc invited to hear about the 199,X Junior Miss Scholarship Program Poster contest I he ( omal ( ounty Women’s ( enter is '.ponsoring a poster contest to educate the community about domestic violence Participants are to submit a [sister tx* the Comal County Women’s ( enter by 5 pm Oct IO I or information, call 629-7520 Octoberfest I riumphant Lutheran Church in Garden Ridge will celebrate its annual Octoberfest C elebration Oct I I It includes an entire day of Oompah-pub music, workers in authentic German costumes, sausage on a stick, games tor the kids and the best barbecue in Texas The arts arui crates tau will be open from IO a m to 6 [' iii I he Jubilee Polka Band begins playing at 4 p rn A brisket meal will be served at 5 p in followed bv havrides in the country and a street dance For information, call (2l0i 651-9090 Aggies take read trip CHILDREN 6-11 YEARS OLD The Comal County Texas A&M Club invites anyone interested in attending the Oct. 11 Texas Aggies versus Iowa State football game to join a road trip via chartered bus. The $30 fare includes transportation, breakfast, lunch and beverages. Tickets for the game can also be purchased through the group’s block for $25 per ticket. Call 625-5354 and leavt; your name and phone number. St. Lutheran Church bazaar St. Andrew Church in Canyon Lake will have a country bazaar from 9 a m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 11, with an auction beginning at IO a.m. The church is at 7420 Farm-to-Market Road 2673, between FM 3159 and FM 2722, in Canyon Lake. For information, call 899-2273. Parks and recadvisory board At is Oct. 13, New Braunfels City Council will consider the appointment of two members to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board These are three year terms ending Oct. 13. 2000. Applications for the positions are available in the office of the city secretary and must be delivered to the city secretary by noon Oct. 8 Networking luncheon The New Brauinfels Women’s Chamber is beginning monthly informal “Networking Luncheons” on the second Tuesday of each month from 11 45 a m to 12 45 p rn. The group will meet Oct. 14 at Pinto Ranch Grill, downtown at 190 S. Seguin Ave l unch will be a dutch treat and friends are always welcome Taste of the Town Taste of the Town, benefiting the Children’s Museum in New Braunfels, will take place from 6 to IO p rn (Jct 16 at the National Guard Armory , 2253 Interstate 35. At $15 entitles adults to sample the tare of the area’s finest restaurants. Tickets for members and groups are $12 Children will have their own Pizza and Playtime party at the Children's Museum for $5 each. For information, call 620-0939 Rising Star Celebration \ New Brat(M%fe1s Women’s Chamber " Rising Star Celebration” will be from 5 30 to 7 p m Oct. 16 at I den Home. 63| I akeview Fden Home has begun a new program called I den Alternatives,” which invites pets and children to interact witll the residents, enriching their lives An elegant reception is planned and guests are welcome Boy Scouts soiling fertilizer New Braunfels Boy Scouts in I roop 381 now are selling K.-8 fertilizer to help pay for winter and summer camp Support is greatly appreciated C all 609-0937 or go by McQueeney I awn and Garden on I anda Street Delivery will be in mid (Ktobcr Model plane lessons Anyone over the age of 14 who wants to learn how to fly radio-controlled model airplanes is invited tv* attend Sari Marcos Radio Control Association’s Open House on Oct. IX An instructor will be on hand and living will take place from 9 a m. to 3 p rn at the club’s flying field on Interstate 35 one-halt mile south of Wonderworld Drive at the site of the old Lowman Airport. Exit 1-35 at McCarty Lane and drive north on the east access road. Phone 512-392-6667 or 830-629-2288 for more information. Master plan forum The city of New Braunfels will offer a community forum on the1’ city’s Master Plan process at 6 p.m.‘! Oct. 20 in the New Braunfels Highschool cafetorium. Anyone* interested is invited to attend. For CAN'T KEEP UP? WE CAN HELP! Child Support • Medical Bills 0 f*ast Due Auto Loans • Back I louse I Payments * Back Taxes • Credit Card Debts All Clin Be Included! BILL CONSOLIDATION Also known as Debt Consolidation or Wage Earner Plan (Chapter 13 Bankruptcy) STOP CREDITOR HARASSMENT! NO CREDIT NEEDED! 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