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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 2, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                14 HeraldZeitung Friday June Personals Mr Larry Walker has announced the formation of The Walk er Group a human resource consulting firm based in New Braunfels Mr Walker has over 16 years of human resources experience in private indus try and was formerly Director of Human Resources for the Diagnostic Clinic of San Antonio He is also a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and is a Certi fied Compensation Professional Randal Lee Watson Randal Lee Watson is a candi date for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from the Austin College in Sherman Texas His proud parents arc Rozelle Watson and Donald Wat son Proud grandparents are Harvey Acker and Annabelle Acker and Thomas and Iva Gene Watson 9 The Achievement Academy announced today that Kccnan I chmatm has been recognized lor aca demic achievement as a National Honor Roll Award winner Kccnan who attends Sts Peter Paul school will appear in the Achievement Academy Official Yearbook which is published nationally The USAA National Honor Roll Awards provide honor roll students with many benefits and services and is a great tribute to a students dedica tion talent and ability Kccnan is the son of Larry and Mary Ann Lchmann Grandparents are Mai ford Busch and Mr and Mrs Erwin Lchmann all of New Braunfels Morgen Cuming and Isidro Escalante 7th grade students and Tambcr Richcy and Brandon Cole man 8th grade students at Smithson Valley Middle School were selected as recipients of the Braunfels Foundation Award The award is funded by the Harry and Christine Dierks Memorial Fund Tom Burrus president of the Braunfels Foundation Trust and Ray mond Staats executor of the Dierks estate presented the award in front of the entire 7th and 8th grade classes Tuesday afternoon May 16 The award consists of a savings bond and a specially prepared framed certificate The recipients names were added to a permanent plaque on display at Smithson Valley Middle School According to Burrus the criteria for the award is based on the students record of good citizenship ethical con duct academic performance atten dance and participation in extracurric ular activities at school and in the com munity He said While a students grades are reviewed the emphasis of this award is primarily designed to rec ognize outstanding Runnersup for the award who also received certificates were 7th graders Cindy Reasner and Eric Rust along with 8th graders Devon Ginn and Joshua Leigh Conant The selection committee consisted of a school admin istrator counselor two teachers and an officer in the schools PTA The award is funded by the Harry and Christine Dierks Memorial Fund which is administered by the Braunfels Foundation Trust In nresentinc the award Burrus added Harry anc1 Christine Dierks were individuals who cared a great deal for the young people of our community and their generosity has now allowed us to encourage you to follow their example and become good citizens of this Rose Anderson of Swanson Ele mentary in Palmer Alaska was select ed to represent Alaskas outstanding administrators at a recent meeting of the Alaska Association of Elementary School Principals She is the recipient of the Alaska Distinguished Principal Award Mrs Anderson was nominated and selected by her fellow principals Students at Canyon High Schools Life Skills Class learn independent liv ing skills such as how to do their own shopping The students have been working out at Total Fitness in preparation for the Special Olympics Life Skills class prepares students for their future Students at Canyon High School are finding out how your health is your fhe Life Skills classroom at this campus is piovidmg the students with a recreational and leisure awareness program which includes using local community businesses and services in New liraunlcls Learning In Functional linviron menis LILI is ihe daily emphasis for the students in this class Working out in the local gym Total Fitness has been teaching the students agcappro pnale recreational activities us well as giving them u guideline tor healthy hung Kand DesKosicrs Total Illness jwnei has been training the students or Special Olympics competition I hesc mdmduuls gained strength and through a statewide search process con ducted by the AAESP Two decades of research have shown that the prin cipal sets the instructional tone for a school and Rose has guided her faculty in shaping an excellent educational institution for her A graduate of Baylor University in Texas and Southwest Texas State University Rose has worked as a teaching principal and as a classroom and special education teacher in Wasilla Palmer Old Harbor Larson Bay and Texas She taught at Lone Star School in New Braunfcls for four year Mrs Anderson is president of the MatanuskaSusitna Principals Associ ation She is 1995 MatanuskaSusitna Principal of the Year and participates on the Superintendents Coordinating Council She is a member of the Valley Quitters Club Bridge Club and Sail ing Inc Sailing Club She is the daughter of Florence K Ricdcl of New Braunfcls and the late David A Ricdel selfesteem through his training One student Michelle says Thanks to Rands training me on the crunch machine Ive been getting a good Students in this program are also being instructed in consumer aware ness They go on shopping trips to pur chase items for cooking labs in which they plan the menu compile the shop ping lists and prepare the food They also shop for personal items and services needed in daytoday liv ing Through community and education al support systems these students arc developing functional realistic skills and abilities that will prepare them for life after high school Todd Wagner a Tarleton State University senior Biology major from New Braunfels is one of 32 students serving as personal trainers in pioneer ing research to improve the physical conditioning of people with disabili ties Todd a 1991 graduate of Canyon High School is getting an upclose look at the role physiology may play in the future of rehabilitation The Tarleton research is the culmination of many years of work to advance the knowledge and ability of people with physical impairments to gain access to the benefits of wellness and physical improvement Todd is shown in the photo as personal trainer to Jerry Thornton who has had cerebral palsy since birth While Jerry exercises Todd monitors heart rate and blood pressure response John Sheridan John Sheridan an East Texas State University New Braun fels will perform with a national band for the second consecutive summer Sheridan has won a spot with the American Wind Symphony Orchestra in Pennsylvania He is also an alternate for the National Orchestral Institute in Maryland The American Wind Sym phony Orchestra performs along the Monongohcla Ohio and Mississippi The stage is built on a barge thai is moved by a tugboat to parks along the banks of the rivers For a spot in the band Sheridan had to com pete in national auditions against col lege students from across the country as well as some professional musicians A senior music education major he is the son of Thomas and Nancy Sheridan of New Braunfels John Brooks Morrow owner of Life and Health Insurance of the Hill Country will attend the College First Plan training session in Dallas from May 24 through May 26 The College First Plan has operated in many states for 26 years but is new in High school I Hhgraders or underclassmen can set up a college loan program for up to The amount they bor row may be paid back after gradua tion from college over 15 years Mor row has been selected by the San Anto nio office to work with the students and their parents in Comal County Information may be obtained by calling John MOITOWS office which is listed in the local phone book Morrow and his wife who will be working with him are both retired high school teachers They are excited about being able to help young people attend college The College First Plan is a program offered by the United Insurance Companies Inc Stacey Neumann a senior at Marion High School has been select ed by the Texas Association of Sec ondary School Principals TASSP as a finalist in the TASSP Academic Excellence Award Program Over 200 senior students were nom inated by their high school principals based on the students scores on the SAT or ACT test overall academic GPA pursuit of advanced diploma and other evidence of exceptional aca demic ability Each student was asked to write a monitored 300500 word essay to submit with the application From this group of outstanding young scholars 20 were chosen for the TASSP State Academic Team and 30 were chosen as finalists As valedictorian of her class Stacey has maintained a perfect GPA and plans to attend Rice University She is also a National Merit Scholar As a finalist in the TASSP awards program Stacey is to be congratulated for her superior scholarship Dr Jon Molinc president of Texas Lutheran College in Seguin received an honorary doctor of humane letters degree during Austin College commencement ceremonies on Sun day May 21 on the campus in Sher man Molinc a 1960 graduate of Austin College became TLCs 13th president in Aug 1994 Evan Brooks Hocker of New Braunfels is a candidate for a MA degree this spring at the University of Oklahoma in Norman Featured speak er for the commencement ceremonies is Oklahoma native and awardwin ning actor James Gamer The HeraldZeitung welcomes your items for this column Send sub missions to HeraldZeitung Personals 707 Lancia Street New Braunfels TX Or fax items to More Designs Available At JUNCTION HUNTER 1 r s Benchcraft Sectional Includes left arm double reclining section with storage wedge and right arm full size innerspring sleeper Upholstered in beige suede look polyester IUB 3 PC 1799 K SHARP Sharp 19 Color TV control menu onscreen display caption tinier 701865 199 LaZBoy 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