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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 23, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas GOODFORYOU THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2003 DAILYPLANNER COMING FRIDAY Dollars fordinos MnwHH fund-raiitag drive. TODAY'S EVENTS CLUBSEaglet Auxiliary No. 2999 Time: 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Location: Eagles Hall You should know: Ongoing quilting and craft session Information: Call Jacqui Garland, 629-3973Canyon Laka Arna Council of Property Owners Association Time: 7 p.m. Location: Canyon Lake Action Center, Settler You should know: Public is invited Information: Call 964-3259.Community Band rehearsal Time: 7 p.m. Location: New Braunfels Middle School, Band Hall You should know: New members welcome.New Braunfels Great Books Discussion Group Time: 2 p.m. Location: New Braunfels Public Library You should know: Visitors welcome. Information: Call 625-4187.New Braunfels Emmaus Community Time: 7 p.m. Location: First United Methodist Church Assembly Room, 572 W. San Antonio, St. You should know: For those who attended a Walk to Emmaus Weekend and their family and friends. Childcare available.Kiwanis Pancake Supper Time: 5 to 7:30 p.m. Location: St. Paul Lutheran Church. 118 S. Santa Clara Ave. You should know: Benefits children's charities. Cost: $5 donation Information: Call Bobby Becker, 606-3463. or 625-3761. COMMUNITYCandlelight Vigil Time: 7 p.m. Location: Landa Park Pavilion 16 You should know: Sponsored by the Comal County Women's Center to remember those who have lost their lives to domestic violence and celebrate those who have survived. Information: Call 620-7520I Una Dance Time: 9 to 10 arn. Location: Community Resource and Recreation Center, Canyon Lake Texas Clay Festival Date: Saturday and Sunday Time: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. 10 arn. to 5 p.m. Sunday Location: Buck Pottery, Gruene You should know: Demonstrations and exhibitions of more than 40 potters and sculptors. Admission free. Information: Call Buck Pottery, 629-7975. DAVID MQRAM/Hwald-ZMtung DONT MISS 'DEARLY DEPARTED' The New Braunfels High School drama department—led by director/teacher Jennifer Lowe—will perform its foil production "Dear- Sr Departed” by David Bottrell and Jessie Jones Monday andllies-ay. Curtain is at 7 p.m. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. For information, contact Lowe at the high school, 627-6000. Senior Exorcise Time: 10 to 11 a.m. Location: Community Resource and Recreation Center. Canyon Lake WORKSHOPS The Rebuilding Cloes Time: 6:30 p.m. Location: Church of Christ, 1665 Business Loop 35 S. Cost: $15 for the book 'Rebuilding When Your Relationship Ends* You should know: Childcare available. Information: Call 625-3520, or 609-6550. Texee State's Southwestern Writers Col taction Time: 2 p.m. Location: Alkek Library, 7th Floor, Texas State University, San Marcos. You should know: Robert Flynn reading Cost: Free Information: Call (512) 245-2313. GOVERNMENT Schsrtz-Cibolo-Univarsal City Indopondont School District Time: 7 p.m. Location: Dobie Junior High School, 395 W. Borgfeld Road. Cibolo. REMINDERS DON’T FORGET 'Late Nit# Catechism” Date: Friday Time: 7 p.m., door opens at 5:30 p.m. You should know: Sponsored by Canyon Lake Rotary Club. Door prizes, silent auction items and raffle tickets offered.Dedication of AHwein Historical Marker Date: Sunday Time: 4:30 p.m. Location: FM 725, just outside Schumannsville You should know: Speaker is Rep. Ed Kuempel. The public is invited. Information: Call 625-1900.Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce Mixer Date: Tuesday Time: 6 to 8 p.m. Location: Papa Docks upstairs banquet room, FM 306 at Canyon Lake Marina You should know: Hawaiian Luau. Chamber members invited. PLAN AHEADHaunted Hay Ride Date: Oct. 31 Time: 6 to 10 p.m. Location: The City of Garden Ridge Community Center You should know. Presented by Garden Ridge Police. Free admission. Donations accepted.Randolph Air Show Date: Nov. 1 and 2 Time: 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Location: Randolph Air Force Base You should know: Demonstration features six Navy and Marina Corps pilots flying F/A-18 hornets, along with the Blue Angels and Golden Knights. Public is invited. Free admission. Information: Call (210) 662-SHOW ■NHNMNMMMBgHRHUgHMMMI Section® Herald-Zettung To have your event publicized, contect Features Editor Brian Grant at 625-9144, ext. 222, or by e-mail at bgram&herald-zeitung. com NBBCCA t. ROG IAS/Hera Id-Zertung Ryan Foran and Skylar Bagwell learn all about pumpkins at Bracken's United Methodist Church's pumpkin patch, which is organized by Mica Akridge.Bracken pumpkin patch also educational Bracken United Methodist Church is hosting its second annual pumpkin patch. Youth director Mica Akridge and other volunteers have organized the event both years. This year, Akridge has added "centers” operated by church volunteers for young children to learn about pumpkins. The event is being put on during this month. The church is located in a beautiful, historic setting on FM 2252 between FM 482 and FM 3009. The pumpkins are sitting on a grassy area to the right of the church. Crates of small pumpkins used in the centers are sitting in an old pickup truck. “You have just got to see it,” one church member said. “We’ve been told that it’s the best pumpkin patch around.”    *    • The pumpkins are grown in New Mexico by Navajo Indians who hand pick them. Proceeds support youth mission trips and the pumpkin patch. More than 2,000 children have been signed up to attend through area schools. Cost: Tickets are $35 each, includes dinner. Information: Call (830) 899-3206, or 964-4744. Canyon High School Aristocats Dance Team Fall Clinic Date: Saturday Time: 9 a.m. to noon Location: CHS cafeteria You should know: Open to girls ages 3 through sixth grade. Cost: $30 registration; training video and photographs $5 each Information: Call Wanda Uecker, (210) 219-8993. WEATHER 5-DAY OUTLOOK FOR NEW BRAUNFELS AND COMAL COUNTY c Lie k Updated forecasts: Type 'city, state' or zip code into space provided and click 'go' button. rn Sunny Hi: 87 Low: 57 TEXAS FORECAST Thursday, Oat. 23 AOOUWODther.OOni forACMt for daytime conditions, low/high temperatures COLO. T KAN. MO. I OKLA. NM. wionif [aivee* | ... ...... CXK5 Brownsville jS4VSe*j • Vt* Atsocmttd Prut SUN and MOON Sunrise today 7:39 a rn Sunset today 6:65 p.m. MOON PHASES 10/25 POLLEN COUNTS Tfroos    Absent COASTAL FORECAST Orate Mostly sunny with patchy fog in th# Moderate morning. Highs in the upper 80s with light and variable r~:    winds. Lows in the mid 60s with partly cloudy skies in L0W the evening and southeast winds around IO mph. Partly cloudy Hi: 86 Low: 61 Mostly cloudy Rain: 30% Hi: 75 Low: 48 Partly cloudy Hi: 70 Low: 47 Partly cloudy Hi: 71 Low: 49 RY THI MUMBBRS IN COMAL COUNTY Ulnlta /lipiie nigni/ vow* 10/21 Canyon Dam 80/63 Nsw Braunfels Airport 86/54 Rainfall 10/21 Month Bulverde n/s n/a Canyon Dam OOO 2.64 Fischer Store n/s n/a Nsw Braunfels OOO 3.35 Spring Branch n/s n/s Wife Flows 10/22 Change Edwards Aquifer 6834 -0.3 Comal River 388 +2 cubic ft/second I r I Changs Inflow 282 -16 cubic ft/second Outflow 550 0 cubic ft/second Lake level 908.93 -0.03 feet above mean see level NMI Pumping Report 10/22 ^ let qtr.    FuN    A    Laetqtr. w 11* W11/1° * 11/1® Surface water    6    499 million gallons Lake level    0    984 _ million    gallons TODAY'S FORECASTS ACROSS TEXAS City, HI/ Lo/ Pre/ Odh Amarillo/84/62//PCIdy Austin/92/49/ 01 /Clr wwwa« Brownsville/86/62/01/Clr Dallas-Ft Worth/91/57//Clr El Paso/87/63//Clr Houston/89/63//Clr ___ Lubbock/87/53//Clr Midland-Odessa/90/51//C!r San Antomo/89/54//Clr NATIONAL City, HI/ Lo/ Pre/ OtNt Bismarck/73/42//PCIdy Chicago/55/41//Cldy Cmcinnati/54/43//Cldy Cleveland/46/45/65/Snow Columbu$,Ohio/52/43//Cldy Denver/84/48//Clr Des Moines/74/43//Clr Detroit/46/43/01/Cldy Duluth/50/27//PCIdy Evansville/66/46//PCIdy Grand Rapids/49/38//Cldy !ndianapolis/58/43//Cldy Kansas City/76/49//Clr Key West/85/77//PCIdy Milwaukee/48/40//PCIdy Mpls-St Paul/67/39//PCIdy Oklahoma City/85/57//Clr Omaha/81/44//PCIdy Rapid City/81/55//PCIdy St Louis/70/64//Clr Sioux Falls/81/38//Clr Topeka/84/47//Clr Tulsa/85/66//Clr Washmgton.DC/61/64/.05/PCkiy Wichita/84/53//PCIdy WEATHER EXTREMES High: 106 at Yuma Foothills, Aru Low: 14 at Bondurant. Wye ii Mil ii'; * DAW) MOXAM/ HsraJd-Zsrtung Traffic passes underneath Interstate 35 on FM 725 toward Seguin. ■ Closure: Northbound and southbound Interstats 36 will experience alternating lane closuree between Rueckle Road and FM 725 from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. beginning Sunday. ■ Reopens: 6 a.m. Oct. 30. ■ Detour: A minimum of one lane in each direction will ba open at all times. Loop 337 would provide a detour. ■ Work: Removing barriers and placing tie-ins to existing roadway. For Commuters: Sen Antonio ■ Closure: Westbound loft lane of Loop 410 Wast frontage road from Wast Avenue to Jackson Keller is dosed until further notice Cantar lane is closed from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. ■ Reopens: When Loop 410 widening project is completed ■ Work; Loop 410 widening. ■ Closure: Loop 410 westbound Vance Jackson exit ramp ■ Reopens: When Loop 410 widening project is completed. ■ Detour Traffic to Wince Jackson and Charry Ridge must take Exit 19. ■ Work: Loop 410 widening. ;