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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 9, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Photo submitted Five new members were installed in the New Braunfels Evening Lions Club. Shown (from left) are Tyson Preusser, Kay Allen, Jackie Kunkel, (installing officer and District Governor Dennis Heitkamp), Sue Dean and Martin Nealeigh. Adam W. Roberts Air I bree Airman Adam VV. Roberts has graduated from basic military training at lackland Air I bree Base. San Antonio. During the six seeks of training, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization, and military customs and courtesies; performed drill and ceremony marches, and received physical training, rifle marksmanship, field training exercises, and special training in human relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree through the (Community College of the Air Force. Roberts if the son of Sue Roberts and Walk Roberts of New Braunfels. Army bt. (bl. Marlene S. Fey has returned to the 15th Finance Battalion at Fort Hood, Killeen, after being deployed to an overseas forward operating location in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Fey is a finance officer and has been in the service for 18 years. She is the daughter of Marvin and Betty Fey of New Braunfels, and a 1985 graduate of Creighton University, Omaha, Neb. Air Force Senior Airman (Carlyle F. Perez has arrived for duty at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Lompoc, (Calif. Perez is a security journeyman assigned to the 30th Security Forces Squadron. He has less than three years of military service. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie I). Perez of New Braunfels, and is a 2000 from Canyon High School. Rosalie Shapiro of University (lily was among 412 grad-uates who received their degrees during the Texas A&M University-Corpus (Christi s 2003 summer commencement. Shapiro received a bachelor of science from the (College of Science and Technology. Texas A&M University-Corpus (Christi is a four-year institution and part of the Texas A&M University System. Photo submitted Mason Turner, Smithson Valley High School's student body president, is responsible for organizing the school's first "key club,” called Ranger Assembly. The goal of the Ranger Assembly is unity, leadership and camaraderie, and it includes representatives from all student organizations. Serving on the Ranger Assembly board are (background to foreground) Susan Jones, assistant principal; Laci Belcher, executive delegate; Brad Williams, principal; Mason Turner, student body president; Corey Leist, executive secretary; and Colby Evans, assistant principal. #    Photo    submitted More than 40 NBISD instructional paraprofessionals recently attended the Region XIII Paraprofessional Institute at The Education Center. At the conclusion of the workshops, each paraprofessional took an assessment to show their mastery of each of three content areas. All NBISD paraprofessionals now meet the “Highly Qualified'' standard established through No Child Left Behind regulations Shown is Belinda Barber, of Memorial Elementary Chronic Bronchitis & Emphysema “I always knew smoking was bad for me... But it wasn’t until years tater that I saw the toll it had taken on me... Firs/ it was the occasional shortness ol breath, a spell ol coughing here and there Then it became hatdei to wok up the stairs, and I was coughing all Vie tune Finally my wife convinced me to set1 a doctor. tie saki I have chronic bronchitis, a condition that. tittie th many smokers, even poof tic who have already <jo ft He was conducting a research study tor people with my condition and said that I may he able to participate You may (futility tor this research study tor chronic bronchitis and emphysema Port*.pints must    a,    feast is ream old ■ ti/jtnmKe symptoms ut chronic tx onchihs and empty rn,xiv) ■ be a cunt* ii or ixtal smotax tkgifk' volunteers teceivc all study-rotated cam at no charge including doctor visits, laboratory services .aul study medication. For inure mlormatlon tor yourself or a loved one, please call (830) 609-0900 Central Texas Health Research 705 Lamia, Suite A New Braunfels, TX 78130 The F«r«t Step I* Your Call 50< NightI Saturday, Oct. II FUSI admission, ALA# iqjoi aries ap a HPJ QOySf programs and Papal, $1,00 Boort FBSS potting zoo, painting for kids WHAT? YOU’RE 60NNA DO LAUNDRY IMS SATURDAY’ I ! This coupon *    Ii aood J    for on* I    FRIE I Grandstand I    Boil* Epwjif WWW VVI IWW I October 19, JWWWR dJVPHRPPo tim Retama Park (210) OS!-7000 www.rotamapark.coni Post Umps: Wed - Sat at 6:45 p.m; Final Day of Meet Sunday, Oct. 19 af 5:30 p.m.Page 4B — Herald-Zeitung — Thursday, October 9, 2003 APPLAUSE Clubs and organizations are encouraged to share photographs of their special events with readers. Send submission&to Features Editor Brian Grant. He can be contacted: By Mail — 707 Landa St., New Braunfels 78130. By Email — [email protected] By Telophono — call 625-9144, ext. 222 WW**-* Photo submitted Storyteller Finley Stewart visited with New Braunfels Middle School students about the lost art of storytelling. Invited by NBMS librarian Gwen Eberhart, students were entertained withes foxtails and family portraits. Stewart is the founder of the Texas Storytelling Festival and twice served as chabot the National Storytelling Conference. Native American lesson Colonial Dames    SVHS    Homecoming    Court Storytelling Photo submitted Smithson Valley High's homecoming court was named earlier this week and the king and queen will be announced during halftime activities at the football game Friday night. The Rangers play Highlands High beginning at 7:30 in Ranger Stadium. Seniors eligible for the queen title are (from left) Laci Belcher, Shallan English, Shanna Lorillard and Katrina Dykes. King candidates are (from left) Rowdy Francis, Kip Cunningham, Shakotah Knowlton and Kenny Cook. Photo submitted j At a recent meeting of the Comal Springs Chapter, Colonial Dames of the XVIIth Century, New Braunfels, Wanda Perry is shown presenting the past president's pin to retiring presi- I dent Fairy Edwards of Canyon Lake. Mid-Texas Debutantes v    Photo    submitted j Debutantes Amanda Jones and Jenny Bett LyBrand were honored by their parents with a back-to-school splash on Landa Estates island. Attendees were (from left):Kelly Greenlees, Mary Claire Bradshaw, Shelby New, Julie Jeffers, I Jenny Bett LyBrand, Amanda Jones, AJ Panebianco, Lauren j LaVergne and Jenna Barber. NB Evening Lions Club Photo submitted Homecoming festivities at Smithson Valley High this week include the naming of the court. Underclassment serving on the court are (from left) Lauren Meadours, freshman baroness, and Jackie Troy, junior princess. Not pictured is April Asher, sophomore duchess. Also serving on the court are John Kublank, sophomore duke, and Steven Nichols, junior prince Not pictured is Bryan Hill, freshman baron. . .    Photo    submitted Memorial Intermediate fourth-grader Hayley Koelfgen makes a tribal spirit stick during a Native American culminating project that included participation in special learning stations. In this station, students learned that tribal spirit sticks were used by medicine men for "healing ceremonies." Paraprofessional training Ranger Assembly ;