New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 9, 1987, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 09, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, July 9 1987Kaleidoscope Herald-Zeifung New Braunfels Texas Page 9 Rita Lyons center incoming president, presents *he outstanding leadership award to Dave Johnson, ^tiring president At right is Gv en Mills, who f as been named volunteer of the year or the beal chapterExcellence Jim E Mercer, DDS, of New Braunfels has been awarded Accredited Member status by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry for "Excellence in the Art and Science of Cosmetic Den tistry." This award is shared by only 20 dentists in the United States and was presented at the annual meeting of the academy in San Francisco on June 5 Dr Michael Miller, chairman of the accreditation committee, left presented Mercer with the awardHeart Association names leaders Leadership of the Comal County division of the American Heart Association will tx* in the hands of an all-woman volunteer team during the 1987-88 year Rita Lyons, an active volunteer for the past two year* is the new president of the local chapter She succeeds Dave Johnson, a member of the hoard for the past two sears, who will continue to serve as com municaUons chairman Liz Moone> was re elected treasurer of the local chapter and lK*bb»e Williford, assistant home economist with the county extension sen ice. was named secretary The new officers took over their duties on J uh I Barbara Doeppenschmidt, program chairman for the past year. is serving another term in that position The local unit ranked in the top 15 percent in the state for educational programs presented during the past year Dr Mike Doherty, development chairman and a past president of the local chapter, reported fund-raising efforts during the past year will ex red by about $2,000 the best year in history A successor to Doherty sull is to be named for this year ti wen Mills. I .amar School nurse. was presented a plaque as volunteer of the year for heart educational projects she conducted Johnson was presented an outstanding leadership award and K F Bud" Dallamnn. a past president, wa* presented a plaque in recogniUon of his many contributions to the local group Framed certificates of appreciator! were presented to Anna Del .em os. Joyce Sanders, Steve Taylor. Icbm Hoffmann. Marcus I'onish, Keith Maxwell, Julie Johnson. Sheila Jackson. Williford IXieppenschmidt Doherty. Mooney and Lyons Also. Canyon Middle School Bulverde Elementary School and Sts Peter and Paul School will receive awards for participation in Jump Hope for Heart, which raised appr xirnate.N $9 IOT for heart SAR board to meet at Faust Saturday The board of managers of the Texas Society of the Sons of the .American RevoluUon will meet Saturday at the Faust Hotel in New Braunfels Lieutenant General John M Wright Jr of Irving is the president of the Texas Society for 1987-88 and will preside at the meeting Richard Robinett of New Braunfels is the current president of the local William Hightower Chapter of the Sons of the .American RevoluUon The Sons of the Amen can RevoluUon is an organizauon devoted to fostering patriotism and to the protection of the national heritage The first society was formed in California on Oct 22.1875: the Texas Society on Dec 8. 1896 The National Society has 24.000 members and Texas leads all other states with 7 percent of those members, or 1.700 members. Any man. 18 years or older, who is descended from a person who served in the Army or Navy, or who rendered patriotic service during the American Revolutionary War period, is eligible to join this organization. Inquiries about membership should be addressed to the William Hightower Chapter. 922 Oak I.ane, New Braunfels The board of managers of the Texas Society handles the business of the state organization and usually meets three times a year Gen Wright joined the Sons of the American Revolution in 1981 and was elected president in 1987 Gen Wright enlisted in the regular Army in 1935.1/2 PRICE50% SAVINGS ON ORIGINALLY PRICED MERCHANDISE MISSES & JUNIOR DRESSES I ug» -• lection of spring A Summer mi**e* A I junior tire--**' in tin* Intent ms Ie- anti color*. I SUMMER FASHION JEWELRY Costume jewelers dazzler* *park *ummer war- J drub**. Uarring*. necklaces and bracelet* in bright I colors. 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