History play on the stettfeld anna chapel

History play on the stettfeld anna chapel

Busy at the church square in stettfeld. While andrea ullrich and stefanie egglseder slip into long weibe gewander, daniel full and christian ziegler toil away with their wooden swords. "Where is she, I can’t see the maiden", it resounds dramatically from the high ground in front of the parish hall. "Stop", director maria egglseder interjects. "The sword must be in front of the face. Yes, that’s better. And again, please." She has her hands full at the moment, putting the finishing touches to her actors.

Finally the history play around the building of the annakapelle 300 years ago should become something special.
Author christian ziegler has taken on an ur-stettfeld topic this time, after his piece on the 1100th anniversary of the municipality of viereth two years ago. "We have thought about the 300th anniversary of the. Jubilee to make the chapel something special. Since we didn’t want to stage a rough stucco this year, a one-act play about the chapel building was the obvious choice", he reports.

This time, too, the actor and author have taken a few liberties with history. "The stucco should have its funny moments, but should always approach the subject with the necessary seriousness."

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Clear commitment to ice sports in hochstadt

Clear commitment to ice sports in hochstadt

With its ice stadium, hochstadt has a unique selling point in the region. Because this should remain the case in the future, the city council decided on monday evening with a large majority to build a new ice rink.

In the question of whether to renovate the over 40-year-old stadium or build a new one, the council decided by a vote of 20:4 in favor of a new building. Only andreas hanjes, norbert bechstein (both SPD), eberhard ranger (JL) and franz rabl (CSU) rejected a new ice stadium.

More than a hundred members and fans of the two hochstadt ice sports clubs ESC and HEC made an impression in the run-up to the city council meeting. They had supported the council in front of the kommunbrauhaus with a transparent "our future is in your hands buried. At the beginning of the meeting, representatives of both clubs also presented a package with 3,000 signatures from citizens of hochstadt and the surrounding area for a new stadium.

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“Goodbye agriculture!”

The chairman of the bavarian farmers’ association (BBV) in stadtsteinach, adolf hildner, is known for his clear language and sometimes also for his clear, critical words towards his own association and also towards politics. Now he wants to do something about the road linking stadtsteinach and gumpersdorf: a "green cross" he brought, with a solar light, so that one can read also at night the text, the sign with the following lines: "agriculture goodbye! Too late, the green know-it-alls will realize that farmers and foresters were the only ones who really and practically cared for and preserved nature."

Adolf hildner had also arranged the installation of this sign with his local association, and therefore the name "BBV-ortsverband stadtsteinach" was also used in the end. We talked to adolf hildner about his reasons for doing so. In the last few weeks, "green crosses" have also been built in our region placed on agricultural flat. What prompted this unusual action?? Adolf hildner: farmers are being forced to put up crosses in the face of an agricultural policy that is destroying them. We want to show that this is a way to bury family farming. There was a so called "round table with minister president markus soder, at which the farmers also sat at the table with the representatives of the nature conservation association. The result of this conversation leaves much to be desired from your point of view? Most of the people at the table were conservationists, or rather nature destroyers and greens. Here everyone knew how such a speech ends. I can’t help but think that our minister-president has also taken on the function of a steward of the greens, because he wants to score points in the next state elections by shifting his focus to climate change and nature conservation, and the agricultural minority simply won’t pay for it. What is your position on organic farming?? It doesn’t matter if it’s organic or conventional farming – we’re all in the same boat. But it is already apparent that the organic dairies are not taking on any new organic suppliers because of sales problems. Cereal prices for organic products are falling, and consumers want to eat cheaply, so that’s not the best thing either. There are, of course, exceptions. If foreign products are cheaper, it doesn’t matter what the animal welfare standards are, what kind of genetically modified feed was used, or how the slaughter and transport took place. The main thing is: it must be cheap. In your opinion, do young farmers still have a chance and the desire to run a farm?? If there is no change in agricultural policy in the foreseeable future, there will soon be no more prosperous farms. Two of my grandsons graduated from the technical school in triesdorf to become master farmers and agricultural technicians. In tears, they revealed to me that it is no longer possible to practice sensible agriculture with the current requirements and regulations. They were of the opinion that the flood of bureaucracy against agriculture is no longer sustainable, and on top of that there are the extreme weather conditions. Where did the lever have to be applied to change things for the better?? The consumer in germany gets full and best qualitat at favorable prices, but everything is confiscated. More understanding is needed from consumers, because only agriculture contributes to biodiversity and climate improvement. I remind here of the bluhflachenaussaat – the "green cross stands on such a flat surface – and the reduction or rather a dunging according to computer specifications. What do you want for the future in agriculture?? I don’t want to hope for it and I don’t like to say it, but the beleaguered agriculture was helped by a kind of famine, as brutal and frightening as that sounds. Then our products and our hard work would no longer be looked upon with contempt and humiliation by politicians and consumers, but would once again receive the recognition we deserve. For me it is clear: if the farming sector dies, the whole country dies! The interview was conducted by werner reibaus.

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Separation pain, lovesickness, loneliness: 15 tips to escape single isolation

Separation pain, lovesickness, loneliness: 15 tips to escape single isolation

If you've never spent a week alone at home, without any opportunity to meet friends, or at least to listen, perhaps heartbroken because your partner is gone or even deceased, you can hardly imagine how painful and hopeless heartbreak and loneliness can feel. It's like being an astronaut forgotten on a distant planet. Retired with enough oxygen for a few years, but without any possibility of regaining meaning and joy in life. This is the pain of separation: society exists only as a dark memory of all the socializing and encounters that once took place on planet earth when you were young, when you were not yet alone.

What may sound a bit exaggerated here is the reality for thousands of people affected by the death of a partner, or after a relationship of many years no longer find a connection and do not know how they can (especially in times of corona) start a new beginning. Our trust's experts on partnership and dating topics have taken a closer look at these issues and combined psychological knowledge with years of experience to gather valuable tips and information.

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Sharon stone on donald trump: “i’m ashamed of myself”

sharon stone on donald trump:

US actress sharon stone (62) has sharply criticized donald trump for his politics. "I am not proud of our president. I am ashamed that he holds this sacred office," stone told the german press agency. Such an important position must be filled with seriousness and reverence.

For the german chancellor, however, the hollywood star ("basic instinct," "casino") has only words of praise. "Mrs. Merkel i find amazing and crude. I appreciate them deeply. It makes a lot of difference that you can look up to someone you respect."

U.S. Hit hardest by corona crisis. Stone also sees the announcement of international treaties as a mistake, as she said: "the people here just hope that the world understands: we want you back. We are a nation that loves the rest of the world. We believe in the world community – we are one."

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Flensburg traffic offender registry to be de-trumped

Flensburg traffic offender registry to be de-Trumped

The new system means that offenses will no longer be assessed with one to seven points – but only with one, two or three points, depending on their severity. So far, the driver’s license is only at 18 points away. Federal transport minister peter ramsauer (CSU) hopes the reform will bring more transparency and greater road safety.

Violations that do not endanger traffic safety will no longer be punished with points. This includes driving into an environmental zone without a sticker or violating a sunday driving ban. The reform will probably not come into force before 2014. The bundestag and bundesrat must first give their approval – it is still unclear whether the states will allow the law, which requires approval, to pass.

Ramsauer emphasized: "with the cabinet’s decision, the federal government has taken another important step toward a more citizen-friendly regulation."At present, nine million citizens have points in the central traffic register at the federal motor vehicle office in flensburg. A total of around 47 million recorded points must be converted into the new "driver suitability register.

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A lot seen and experienced between aachen and eltz castle

A lot seen and experienced between aachen and eltz castle

"It was nice!", the nearly 50 participants in the parish trip of the adelsdorf-aisch-zeckern parish community came to the conclusion of a four-day trip to the eifel mountains.
The bishop’s city of aachen was the first stop. During the guided tour of the unesco world cultural heritage site, the romanesque cathedral commissioned by emperor karl the rough, they learned that it served as the crowning place of 30 roman-german emperors in the middle ages until the reformation.
On the second day of the trip, we went to the historic old town of the former clothier’s city of monschau, whose half-timbered facades and winding alleyways captivated us all. In the nearby monastery of steinfeld, the pilgrims visited the tomb of st. Peter. Hermann josef. Steinfeld is considered one of the best-preserved monastic monuments in the rhineland. In one of germany’s oldest and most beautiful cities, the participants love to explore the traces of koblenz’s past in two groups. About the "alreadystatt-movement was informed at its place of origin in vallendar, near koblenz. After the common service in the house chapel we walked to the large pilgrim church with more than 2500 seats. In the namedyer werth nature reserve, visitors admired the world’s tallest cold-water geyser, where a fountain up to 60 meters high shoots out of the earth about every two hours. In maria laach’s three-aisled, romanesque pillared basilica, pilgrims attended the monk’s vespers at the end of the day. On monday, after a stop at eltz castle, with its eight residential towers up to 35 meters high, the group headed home.

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When hobby and profession complement each other

When hobby and profession complement each other

For 40 years, the volkach mainschleifenkurier has been the appropriate medium for informing readers about the region’s past and cultural events. Even then, editor klaus hart had the idea of compiling the most interesting articles in a coffee-table book "to bring home a little closer," as he put it.

Due to its success, the first volume covering the years 1978 to 1992 was followed by a second book covering the years 1993 to 2007. Now, finally, the third book has been presented – with articles from the booklets of the years 2008 to 2017. Volkach’s mayor, peter kornell, dedicated a foreword to the editor, herbert meyer, and the editors, klaus and tatjana hart, in the book and expressed his highest appreciation.

Excellent cooperation

At the festive evening in the hall of the museum barockscheune, the mayor emphasized that the cooperation between honorary "hobby researchers" and the professional historical support of the city archivist ute feuerbach had worked excellently here. In a laudatory speech for the hart family and herbert meyer, board member bernhard weber discussed, among other things, the often stressful and time-consuming work the honorees had to do in creating the respective mainschleife couriers. "46 authors had written 244 articles, which first had to be processed editorially and in terms of printing technology."

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Kronach’s landlords do not see themselves as help sheriffs

Kronach's landlords do not see themselves as help sheriffs

Special times call for special measures. Anyone who had asked restaurateurs throughout bavaria at the beginning of the year whether they could imagine recording the contact data of their guests and, starting in october, checking them as well – had probably attracted strange looks for a few beer-long hours.

Now the time has actually come. Since may there is a registration duty in bavaria in guesthouses. A week ago the bavarian government has tightened this up. Instead of hoping that customers will be honest enough to disclose their personal data, and at the same time trusting that they will not fall into the wrong hands, there is now a law that will make wrongdoers pay. A guest will have to pay up to 250 euros for obvious misnomers such as "mickey mouse", "sherlock holmes" or "schnabel schneider" sign up. A restaurant owner who does not keep a registration list in his food establishment and is caught doing so will pay up to 1000 euros.

But who has the duty to supervise the list now? The economist? The police? Doesn’t closer monitoring of guests also violate various data protection guidelines??

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Needs of dementia patients

needs of dementia patients

Caring for a loved one with dementia is demanding. And it can drain the strength of the nurturer. That’s why time out is very important. But a vacation in a hotel is not always possible with someone suffering from dementia. An alternative here is the five-day time-out for dementia patients and their relatives at the catholic rural adult education center feuerstein (KLVHS) in ebermannstadt.

This fall, birgit pohl from the specialist center for carers at the diakonie and her team of volunteers once again invited people to the flintstone. Couples from the region, from berlin and from munich came to the meeting.

Not always the youngest either

The guests suffering from dementia are lovingly cared for by the volunteers, while the relatives can exchange information or even go on a tour. "I always go on a trip to forchheim with the members of my family. Because they are usually no longer the youngest, and here you can make good city tours", tells birgit pohl.

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