New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 10, 1993, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 10, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 10, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, January 10,1993Herald-Ze/fung New Braunfels, Texas Page7A Personals Seaman Alma Zapata, the daughter of Edilia Romo of New Braunfels and Chano Hernandez, Jr., of San Antonio, has been selected as Non-rated Sailor of the Quarter. She is stationed at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center at Keyport in Seattle, Wash. In Zapata's nominating letter, Military Personnel Officer, W. J. Rocheleau, described her as **a hard charger with unlimited potential. She ensures quick and timely results. Her military and professional knowledge far exceed any perceived expectations for her grade and rate." He further stated, "Zapata actively supports the Command Recycling Program and has served as a volunteer for Kitsap County Special Olympics, Kitsap County/Poulsbo Fire Department mass casualty drill and the Kitsap County Big Sister program." feri Lyn Sullivan of New Braunfels was among 372 Texas Christian University students who completed degree requirement* at the close of the 1992 fall semester. She received a Bachelor of Science in Education degree with a major in childhood studies. Baccalaureate-commencement was held Dec. 19 in TCU's Dariel-Meyer Coliseum. Brenda Marie Zercher graduated December 19, 1992, from Southwest Texas State University with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural business. Army National Guard Pvt. Trinidad Rosales, Jr., son of Sgt. Trinidad Rosales, Sr., and Wanda Rosales of New Braunfels, has completed basic training at Fort Jackson, S. C. He is a 1992 graduate of Canyon High School. Pvt Juan A. (Johnny) Guerrero, the son of Arturo and Maria Guerrero of New Braunfels, has completed 15 • weeks of training at Ft. Knox, Ky., and graduated with the First Armor Training Brigade Dec. 17. He is a May 1992 graduate of New Braun-fels High School and entered the U. S. Army in August after being in the delay program his senio~ year. He is being assigned to Frankfurt, Germany, in January. Valdez Guerrero Melinda Martin Valdez, 17, the daughter of Luis and Francis Valdez of New Braun-fels, has been selected as a finalist in the 1993 Texas National Teen-Ager Scholarship Program to be held at the Scottish Rites Auditorium in San Antonio on May 7 - 8. The Texas National Teen-Ager Program is the Official State Finals to the 22nd Annual National Teen-Ager Program to be held at Opryland USA. Each contestant has the option to participate in the Volunteer Community Service Program. This program teaches teenagers to share and to participate in school and civic activities. Contestants will be judged on scholastic achievement-leadership, appearance and poise-personal ity. Valdez is sponsored by local businesses and friends. Pvt. Tammy C. Westerman, daughter of Thomas C. Ley of New Braunfels and Betty A. Ley of Katy, has completed basic training at Fort Jackson, S. C Airman 1st Class Craig A. Menn, son of Cathy M. Menn of Converse and Gus H. Menn of New Braunfels, graduated from Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base. He is a 1992 graduate of Judson High School in Converse. Menn VM.UASLK COUPON ■■ FAMILY CN0IC8 I    a    iii    ai    val    pizzas ■ ■"Ml. iwpfcpfr 5 I VMtajJftKW TM at OMihnai* | «»t| WpNihr m to kit. 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Offer Expiree Jan. 18,1009 Beltone Audiology Center T I I I I I I 3 Year Warranty* 3 Year Insurance* Lifetime Service* •For dc tai It call your local Beltone nearest you. iSe/hne' PVH 5OTTATI 389 South Seguin St. (across from Civic Canter) Director - Jeen Lehmann - Wilson 620-1114What do you see on the Horizon for New Braunfels? Making A Difference ({Two yean ago, I arrived in New Braunfels after living in Washington, DC. I was an “Auslander". But, by virtue of the warm and generous people I meet here daily, I feel that I am a welcome part of our community, with a stake in its future. New Braunfels is a prime example of a community whose people are involved; in schools, the Plaza Lighting Festival, the Conservation Society, Wasserfest, and the list goes on. My owm involvement focuses on a group known as Leadership New Braunfels. Leadership New Braunfels is a forum of twenty-eight people whose interest is the future of New Braunfels. We are enriched through shared experiences, knowledge, and commitment to our community. This enrichment builds a knowledge foundation covering community business, government, and healthcare infrastructure. The most important element of our work is learning more about the lifeblood of New Braunfels- its people. Involvement in the community does not require association with a specific organization. We, the people of New Braunfels, must continue progressing towards a brighter future. This future must be our own design. However, without personal commitment, our future ends up being designed by someone else. As rn illustration, imagine someone moving into your house while you're still in it You don't like the idea, but you were too busy to speak up. By the next morning, they painted the house a color you don't like, put your family photos in a closet, and cut all of your trees down. We can avoid similar problems in New Braunfels when we get involved in our community's future. Ghandi once said, "Whatever you do may seem insignificant, but it is very important that you do it." Involvement is a talent everyone has that is so often underutilized. Involvement doesn't require special skills, tools, personalities, or money. The only commodity it asks us for is time. Our time and personal involvement carry far more clout than gold. The foundation of our great nation is based on the power of the people and it starts in our community, our workplaces, and at home. Adi our past and future successes start at home. Pvents, get involved with your children. Children, learn to understand and work with your parents. Grandparents and neighbors, be a part of someone's life. Develop trust in someone and adopt them as a family member. Quality time with another individual is very important to every human being's existence and our community's. We are in a world of GO, GO, GO. Slow down and cultivate your life and your community. Learn to trust and shed the selfish nature of the most recent years. Be involved, show you care, stand your ground or help someone else take a stand....give of yourself. Money and assets change hands countless times a day ....while your involvement md actions stand the test of time. It's easy lo rank a community based on commerce, law enforcement, and other factors to which numbers cm be assigned. The factor most often left out because of immeasurability is you. Nevertheless, the numbers undeniably reflect our involvement. Improvements in schools; law enforcement, healthcare, taxes, and commerce just don’t happen- we make them happen. New Braunfels is our community- our home. It's up to us to decide how to paint it, where to place our family photos, and what we'll do with our trees. No one else cm do that for us, and no one else should, it doesn't work. Think of how enriched this community will be on the Horizon when we work together. Scripture names three virtues .... “Faith, Hope and Love; the greatest of these is Love." Armed with these virtues, the impossible is made possible.? 9Tim Brierty Assistant Administrator McKenna Memorial HospitalHORIZONS It's Coming... Sunday, March 28,1993ZtttUM ;

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