New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 28, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas
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CALENDAR of EVENTS
Date: Wednesdays Time: 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Location:Tye Preston Memorial Library You should know:
Tutoring by SVHS PALS Information: (830) 964-3744
Preschool Storytime and Baby Lapsit
Date: Wednesdays Time: 10 a.m.
Location:Tye Preston Memorial Library You should know: Tiffany Cargile, facilitator. Information: (830) 964-3744
Meet the Author
Date: Today Time: 10 a.m.
Location:Tye Preston Memorial Library, 1321 FM 2673
You should know: George Arnold, author of "Growing up Simple in Texas" will discuss his latest book, "Los Gatos of the CIA: Hunt for Fred-X" Information: (830) 964-3744
Lunch and Learn at the Library
Date: Today Time: Noon to 1 p.m. Location: Tye Preston Memorial Library You should know: Nick Vann of Nematode Nick's will discuss winterizing your yard the organic way. Coffee and tea provided, bring your lunch.
Lions Club Shrimpfest Oct. 8
The Canyon Lake Noon Lions Club will hold its 10th annual Shrimpfest, one of the largest annual charitable events in the area Oct. 8.
The one-day‘‘rain or shine” event will be held at the Dam Red Barn & RV Park below the Canyon Lake Dam on South Access Road.
Last year, more than 1,000 people attended. The event will begin at IO a.m. with an arts and crafts booth fair and a silent auction. Plates of cold boiled shrimp with red cocktail sauce, boiled potatoes, com on the cob and iced tea will be served between noon and 4 p.m. Other beverages are available at the Dam Red Bam bar. Also available for a small extra charge will be delicious desserts prepared by lions and their spouses.
This year, the Island Texas band will perform from noon to 3 p.m. Island Texas, which has performed at Gruene Hall, features Texas music with a Caribbean flavor.
Parking and admission are free. Tickets for the meals are available in advance from any Canyon Lake Noon Lions member or from the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce for $9 or at the door for $10. All net proceeds are used for charitable causes, most of which are in the local community.
Last year, the Lions Club raised $8,000.
For information, call Jim Feibelman (830) 899-2173, for crafts booth infonnation, call Vernon Compton (830) 964-4091 or visit www.cl-noonlions.cjb.net.
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Hill Country in Style fashion show Friday
“Our show is truly becoming a community project. Models and workers from seven area churches are graciously joining the women of St. Francis in this endeavor. They donate their time and talent to help meet an important need in our community.”
— Bette Wehner
Chairman, Hill Country Fashion Show
Plans are under way for Hill Country in Style, the fifth annual fashion show and luncheon sponsored by St. Francis by the Lake Episcopal Church.
The event, which benefits Communities in Schools, is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Friday at the Outback at Canyon [jake Cabins and Cottages, Hwy. 306 West.
Clothing and accessories for the style show are courtesy of Cristal s, Canyon Lake and Bulverde: l-ee Anne’s I lilt Country Boutique, Wimberley; Something Beautiful, Katy; and China -n-Things in New Braunfels.
Tickets cost $12, and are available at the Hill Country Chamber of Commerce, Tye Preston Memorial library, Chi-na-n- Things or by calling Anne Beauvais at (830) 964-3686.
Tables of eight may also be reserved by calling Beauvais.
All profits from the event will benefit Communities in
Schools in Comal I SD elementary schools.
CIS serves students who are usually from low-income families and students who have been identified as needing help because of attendance, health problems or other concerns that their parents cannot solve. Style Show proceeds may be used for such items as clothing, haircuts, a drxior or dentist visit and field trips.
Mary Arnold of St. Thomas Catholic Church will coordinate food service. Marilyn Arehart
of Canyon Hike Presbyterian Church and George Witbeck of St. Francis are furnishing entertainment, and Connie Graham of St. Francis is coordinating the style show.
‘‘Our show is truly becoming a community project. Models and workers from seven area churches are graciously joining the women of St. Francis in this endeavor," said Bette Wehner, chairman of the event. ‘‘They donate their time and talent to help meet an important need in our community."
We can learn a lot just by living life
Every day is a new experience. Living is learning. The question is what do we do with the knowledge we gain?
Do we make excuses for our shortfalls? Or, do we take advantage of our insight in self improvement? These are candid questions we must ask of ourselves.
At birth, we begin to develop our senses — hearing, seeing, tasting, touching and smelling. In adolescence, we begin to rate these senses through experience — was it good or bad, positive or negative, true or false. The sensor range has opposite poles which we use to gauge an experience.
Life is a puzzle you must learn how to piece together. Everyone’s game is a little different. I lowever, every
one’s dreams are equally important. We are each destined to discover our role in life.
But each person takes detours and goes over speed bumps to set the course. Are you daydreaming or real dreaming?
Let’s be positive. If you are willing to focus, to work hard, be diligent and stay determined, you can succeed in obtaining your dreams and aspirations.
The first step in reaching your goals Is to declare them — not just to yourself but to others. In doing this, you are making yourself accountable.
Secondly, is to plan it. Create a plan of action and include a timetable for each task. The third goal is to do
it. Take one step of your plan at a time and complete it.
By following the steps above, you are on your way to reaching and
obtaining your dreams and aspirations. Realize that whatever
you are willing to put into it, you will surely reap the rewards. Now, you are really living.
Marilyn Bash is a mother of four children and a business owner in Canyon Lake.