The planning for the building area "zeckern west have stalled. As the hemhofen community council was informed on tuesday evening, the tenders for the development of the building area could not be completed. As far as sewer construction is concerned, the municipality did not receive a single bid. Three valid bids were submitted for the trench construction, but without the prior construction of the canal, no contracts could be awarded here either.

The responsible planning office, IB miller, was commissioned to carry out a new invitation to tender with an extended construction period until the middle of 2020. Burgermeister ludwig nagel (CSU) hopes to get more offers through this equalization. At the same time, however, he also emphasized that it is currently very difficult to award construction contracts and that many municipalities are facing similar problems.

breitbrunn community: cheers for the burgers

Gertrud buhl would have preferred to award many more community burghers this evening than she ultimately did. The breitbrunn mayor told the invited guests at the awards evening, which was held at the community center immediately after the council's final meeting of the year, that in her community she feels she is part of a large family that sticks together throughout the year "to the best of their ability" to take care of each other.
"Our community thrives on the fact that citizens live and work in it who are actively involved in the community." this can be seen as praise and appreciation for all breitbrunner,although some burghers stood out in the past years,who on thursday evening (21. December) were honored separately by the mayor.

In various categories (school; sports; family and social affairs), buhl highlighted the achievements of young and old members of the community. According to the mayor, ursula and hermann teufel's commitment is unusual: the couple has been caring for the river together "day after day" for 15 years ursula teufel's mother, who is now 89 years old and in great need of help. Here, too, buhl deliberately included those who were not on the list of honorees, but who nevertheless sacrifice themselves in a similar way for their relatives or friends: "the commitment of those who are often involved for decades takes place in silence, unaccompanied by photographers and reporters", buhl said. Often, the carers do not want to make a fuss about their work, which is why this award is a recognition of their strenuous work in a private, family environment.

"I had gladly still so much passed on", says siegfried klug. After 24 years, the principal of oberleichtersbach elementary school retires. He was particularly fond of his schools. "The appreciation of our homeland, but also of every human being, that's what I tried to convey to the students, wisely describes his professional understanding.

Klug leaves a big gap. 40 years of service as a teacher and later as a school principal. He began his career at the main school in schondra. "That's where I learned to walk, says the modlos native. He taught grades seven to nine there. During his time as a teacher and principal, klug was almost invariably fortunate enough to be employed in his home country.

Munnerstadt- the city raises the entrance fees for the museum. City councilors agreed with museum director nicolas zenzen's proposals at the youngest city council meeting.

It is a moderate adaptation, said nicolas zenzen. She was guided by the fees of other museums in the region. Admission for adults to the permanent and special exhibitions will be four euros instead of the previous three. Schoolchildren, students and groups of ten or more pay 2.50 euros (previously two).

One point up or down. Is it worth the excitement at all?? Burkhard spachmann meant well after all. What an outcry would have been expected if the grades had been corrected downward? But so?! I ask you.

After all, one point upwards may decide whether a student passes the reexamination, whether he or she gets a three or a four, whether he or she fails or not, or whether the average of the one and two graduates as a whole is higher than the average of the two graduates. One more point also means disregarding 186 corrections made by our esteemed colleagues – without having spoken about it again. One point more means in this case to overrule the school rules and to act on his own authority. One point more – and a personal risk is accepted. Why?
"Against the background of the facts given at that time and the professional-pedagogical necessity, ostd spachmann, in order to protect the rights of the baccalaureate students as the chairman of the baccalaureate examination, had to choose this unusual step, even here at the school, by using the instrument of the third decision, in consideration of all further consequences, for example also for himself personally", according to the statement of the casimirianum. Yesterday, burkhard spachmann reacted to the audit results of the ministry of education with his very own words. The director of the casimirianum feels comfortable – despite his actions, which "are not provided for by school law in this way" – rehabilitated.

Gertraud frohlich celebrated her 90th birthday. Birthday

The former teacher and principal was probably known to all adelsdorf residents. Those who were not her students at least learned to swim with her! "I'm fine and I don't want any presents!", she told the FT. She advised the incorrigible in her invitation: "I am happy about a donation for the new building of the kindergarten sancta maria"!" the coarse colorful box filled up quickly until the evening with many shines and envelopes.

Gertraud frohlich was born on 27. July 1922 born in mies, today's stribro (sudetenland), as the daughter of the building contractor josef and his wife pauline ernstberger. Her younger brother walther died in 2003. As early as her elementary school years, the desire to become a teacher awoke in her. The role model was her teacher in the second grade. After school and university, she passed her teacher's examination in her old home country in april 1942 and taught there until may 1945. Then it cut pack and off to the west.

Renewal of the rooms and the inside

Bernd lohneib has never made a secret of the fact that he is an advocate of the nine-year gymnasium. "For many – not all – students, the pressure of the G8 was too great." the principal of hochstadter gymnasium is therefore pleased that G9 is returning, albeit with new framework conditions.

The planning alone was completely different than when the G8 was introduced about 14 years ago. "It was all planned better, the same mistake was not made", according to lohneib. All committees and associations – from teachers to parents to schoolchildren – were brought on board. "And also really belonged", emphasizes norbert schell, principal at herzogenaurach high school. Of course, not all wishes were fulfilled – but there was a satisfactory solution.

Corona and the lesson

About the corona situation at the school since the 13. Marz reported to school principal ulrike neidiger-pohl at the community council meeting on thursday. "We have had a hard time, and the teachers have a lot of work and effort to do", she stated.

Classes are currently taught according to an emergency timetable with a maximum of five hours of instruction per day, masks are compulsory in the building and in the corridors, breaks are staggered, classes are separated, and traffic is avoided. Physical education does not take place. Instead of the sport qualification there will be only a sport practical single examination after a strict hygiene concept.

tango and much more

Under the direction of melanie day the mdance company presents on 30./31. Marz as well as on 5. And 7. April with "tan-go nights your first show in the old rope factory in bamberg. A story about passion, love, frustration, lust, danced in an exciting mix of tango, jazz and modern dance, promises to captivate the audience.

Melanie day, trained as a professional dancer in london and new york, became a dancer after her eleven years of dancing shows and musicals on the "floating stages" of the royal carribean cruise lines around the globe from a fateful "wave carried to bamberg in 2014 and left with body& soul – school of dance and percussion "at anchor, teaches since then there and many places in the district of bamberg, bayreuth, schweinfurt, coburg. She is an internationally sought-after choreographer and guest lecturer for workshops. Since 2017 she is engaged as a performer, singer, dancer at the frankischer theatersommer and was most recently also a dancer on tv in the hit series "babylon berlin" to see.

The (cultural-)historical framework around the big jubilee "1000 years of kemmern" the theme evenings. Kemmern"s history, the name of the town, the presentation of the new chronicle – many people from kemmern didn"t want to miss out on all this. Now the stories surrounding the altars and the organ of the parish church were the focus of attention. In contrast to the previous theme evenings, this time the parish church rather than the parish hall was used as the lecture hall. Where better to tell the story of the altars and the four organs that have been built so far than here??
Mayor rudiger gerst (CSU), however, was not able to bury as many visitors this time as usual "we are a rather small group today", he said at the funeral. This may also have been due to the fact that both topics have already been incorporated into the new chronicle of the town. Nevertheless: all those who were not there have missed something.
Gerst first introduced the evening"s speakers. Lothar braun, who was most recently a judge at the higher regional court in bamberg, has long been involved in historical matters, especially for the bamberg historical society – and then gave a talk on the altars. And harald nehr, a native of kemmen, is now a senior teacher at a grammar school in stuttgart, but is intensively involved with organ history(s).
Lothar braun made the start – and went back to 1710, when the parish of kemmern, which had been elevated to a parish of its own, equipped its church with a new high altar. This has many known siblings, which also come from the workshop of the sculptor sebastian degler, for example in the upper parish in bamberg or the high altar in the parish church scheblitz. The two side altars in kemmern, on the other hand, were built later – there is no invoice for them, so it is reasonable to assume that a donor was found.

Every organ is unique

Harald Nehr took over after braun's presentation. "With no other instrument can you play in two voices. Each one is unique – and you hear sounds from other eras as if you were in a time machine" – this is how the speaker explained his fascination for the instrument organ. For a long time, catholic organs were more for decoration and accompanied the actions of the priest (who at that time still stood with his back to the faithful), whereas protestant organs have always been part of the liturgy.
"Organ playing as we know it, i.E. The accompaniment of congregational singing, developed gradually from the 18th century onwards. Century." therefore, the first two organs in kemmern, built in 1719 and 1867, are also rather small. "An organ was nothing extremely important, it just had to be there."
Nehr went into more detail about the history of the second organ built in kemmen in 1867. Because if there had not been an unsuccessful repair attempt after the second world war, it might still be standing today –
the organs of the organ builder weineck are considered to be good and are still in use in the region in many cases. Its successor in kemmern, a simple construction by the organ builder dietmann from lichtenfels, remained in use only from 1958 to 2013. Your problem: lots of electrics, rather low quality. And so kemmern finally got another new organ in 2013. However, it is not technically new at all – it functions like an organ from bygone times, mechanically. "It could well stand here for 300 years", said nehr.
His presentation was accompanied musically with small interludes by uwe altenbach, who recorded sounds typical for the respective time period. And finally, nehr gave an outlook: today, many organs are still being restored, but in a few years things could look different – due to changing musical tastes, fewer churchgoers, more parish communities and fewer financial resources. "My recommendation: today, in churches that you visit, take a look at the back more often …"