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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 3, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas if andiKcbright colors were represertbd fee AWBeat awards ceremony StfiSet Director Lyflrt Fountain ArtBeat Chairman Jean Wil ihanked the event sponsors Texas 0 MfJL 7 i ft Limmer Mountain 2nd Teresa Ctrrera 3rd and Adrian Corona honorable mention Print Making Travis Roy Mountain 1st Jessica Fernandez 2nd date Buck 3rd and Amber Shed honorable mention second annu Motors wtteh underwrote the cost of the awards ribfeons was also thanked The waneis of the logo contest were reoogoiztd first widt New Braunfels ffigh School student Autumn Fuchbeck win rang a gift certificate from Brous sards Auhimns design was used for the 19 Tshrrts available for at the Main Stnxt office in the nwrtkjpal buiW ing and at Ae New Braunfeb Art League Youth ArtBeat Best of Show Winner Shon Lopez won 1st place In drawing In his age group and Best of Show which earned him a framed print from Hobby Lobby Shon Is a senior at NBHS Gallery Other logo winners include NBHS students Yvette Villanueva 2nd and Josh Davis 3rd and Mountain Val ley student Jessica Van Roekel Earning the Best of was New Braunfels High School senior Shon Lopez who won a framed print donated by Hobby Lobby In the group entry the mural created by Lone Star Primary School students with art teacher Carol Snider In the kindergarten through second IM Thomas Chtflcey Mountain 2nd Chue Walker Mountain 3rd and Erica Ostilleja Peter A Pail and Sarah Brandt honorable mentions Winners in the sixuYtnrougheighth grade division include Drawing Adam Fletcher OakRun Jeffrey Kovalich OakRun 2nd Shannon Covey Moun tain 3rd and Jillian Evans Mountain honorable mention Painting Ed Hoppe Smithson Valley Middle 1st Kari Burrer Smith son Valley Middle 2nd Joseph Groover Smithson Valley Middle 3rd and Ashley Michael Sts Peter honorable mention 3D Sculpture Marissa Bemal Daniel McAllister Jennifer WaWen and Matthew Hernandez Sts 1st Jessica Charles Nicholas Reiley Stephanie King Charlie DeWitt and Courtney Kmavek Sts Peter 2nd and Misty Cor nell 3rd Textiles Dusty Gollas Smithson Val ley Middle 1st Donna Keller Smithson Valley Middle 2nd Mellissa Hand Smithson Valley Middle 3rd and Mark Tage Smithson Valley Middle honorable men tion Pen and Ink Marissa Bemal Sts Peter 1st Stephanie King Sts Peter 2nd Courtney Kmavek Sts Peter 3rd and Jessica Charles Sts Peter honorable mention Photography Geoff McCammon Smithson Valley Middle 1st and Mellissa Hand Smithson Valley Middle 2nd At the high school level the following artists earned ribbons Drawing Shon Lopez New Braun fels 1st Sharon Snyder Canyon 2nd Virgil Cantu New Braunfels 3rd and Johnny Gonz New Braun fels honorable mention Painting Jessica Dekkers Canyon 1 st Michelle Suarez Canyon 2nd Bryan Walleck Canyon 3rd Among those receiving ribbons and other awards at the ceremony March 30 were these 1st place winners front row from left Daniel Polk Autumn Flschbeck Sara Curry and Jessica Dekkers and back row Adam Fletcher Chelsea Garnett Jennifer Walden Marisa Bernal and RyanReacer grade age group the following young sters won Drawing Daniel Polk Christian Acad 1st Elizabeth Powell Christian 2nd Shane Fischer Sts Peter 3rd and DLayna Smith and Melanie Lopez Mountain hon orable mentions Mixed Media Sara Curry Mountain Nicholas Wilhelm Moun tain 2nd Kathleen Coster Chris tian 3rd and Kortney Williams Christian honor able mention Painting Chelsea Garnett Christian 1st Leslie Hine Christian 2nd Garrett Mechler Chris tian 3rd and Betsy Phillips Christian honorable men tion Sculpture Michael Cole Mountain 1st Jessica Smith Mountain 2nd Zach Wells Mountain Val 3rd and Brandon Dettmer Moun tain honorable mention In grades three through five the fol lowing talented artists won Drawing Jennifer Thachev Sts Peter 1st Jenna Barber Christian 2nd Abraham Rutherford Sts Peter 3rd and Christina honorable mention Mixed Media Ashley Swanson st Justin Cbappel Mountain 2nd Stephanie Rogers Mountain 3rd and Danielle Lawson Mountain honorable mention Painting Barber 1st and Jessica Dekkers honorable mention Pen and Ink Sharon Snyder Canyon 1st Chance Weaver Canyon 2nd and Bryan Walleck Canyon 3rd Photography Ryan Reacer New Braunfels 1st Leann Voges New Braunfels 2nd Ryan Reynolds New Braunfels 3rd and Isabel Velez New Braunfels honorable mention Sculpture Ryan Reacer New Braun fels 1st In the Kids as Art parade organized by Parade Chairman Jamie Dodson the following youngsters won Bryan Stafford who won Best Storybook Char HAVE FUN GO BOWLING SPRING BREAK SPECIAL DEAL Mar 15 Apr 14 For All Students Marion NBISD Comal ISD Comal Howl 1202 Huisache Ave 6256263 Every 3rd Game Free Student Rate Game MORTGAGES HOME BUYERS t NEW OR EXISTING HOMES t YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENTS FOR FREE ANALYSIS othized OttkRlin sixth graders Ladis Aplftr and Martin Villanueva who ted the toy playing musk Attendance prizes were also award ed Shenalfc Purvis Won a certificate for SipnSup and Curtis Marring Glen Wallace and Rebecca Stafford each won a certificate that entitles them to two noun of the free painting talents of Jean Wilson Bryan Evans won an original framed watercolor donated by artist Sheila Orr Wilson expressed her thanks for the New Braunfels High School Marine Corps JROTC cadets for assisting with traffic safety Around the main plaza throughout day She also recognized the New Braunfels Deartment for tranlc around YouthArt Beat Kids As Art parade were frotnBryan Stafford best storybook DLayna Smith best Texas Shenato Purvis best movie Ashlyn Hott best fairy tale char and Rebecca Stafford best historical character not pictured Hannah and Haley Barr best fine arts acter won the grand prize of a gift cer tificate entitling him to face painting set vices by Jean Wilson Ribbon winners include DLayna Smith best example of Texas culture Shenale Purvis best movie character Ashlyn Molt best fairy tale character Rebecca Stafford best histori cat character and Hannah and Haley Barr best fine arts representation Dodson thanked the parade participants and rec the main plaza so the parade could safely cross onto the plaza for the awards cerei many J The Youth ArtBeat chairman also rec ognized the members of the Youth Beat committee for their hard work and time The committee invites those who would like to help plan next years val to call Lynn Fountain Main Street Office at 6082100 I AM VOTING TO REELECT JACK BREMER AS SHERIFF GARY BIRD W Pol Adv Bwrnw 12M1 Bmntah TX New Braunfels 167IH 35 Courtyard Shopping Center New Braunlels TX 78130 Sat Sun 2106258511 Kenmore 35512 12amp upright with PowerPath onboard attachments 15041 188 Sean low price Dishwasher with 2level wash for multilevel cleaning With energy saving airdry option Automatic channel programming onscreen display Kenmore Extralarge capacity 6cycle washer Extralarge capacity dryer Sears low cu refrigerator Gallonstorage door bins Through April 20 pWT on SeorsCharge PLUS Shop the store where satisfaction is 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