New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 29, 1996, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 29, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 29, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas SCHWAB'S SAUSAGE HAUS S BBQ Oca Moulins    8;3(> - 5:3(1 I ms.-1 i i.    8:30-8:00 S;»( iird:«\s    8:30-4:00 Open Thurs. - Sun. 8:00 to 6:00 309 Hwy 81 West, New Braunfels _(210)    625-6519_ Read The Classifieds! f ___ Herald-Zeitung    □    Wednesday,    May    29,1996 □ 3 A1996 New Braunfels High I School Senior Awards DOCTOR’S CLINIC presents NEW EXTENDED OFFICE HOURS Every Day Special lChopped BBQ,, Pot. Salad, Tea *2*9 Thurs. & Fri Brisket & Saus. Plate,W/ Tea >99 *2 Catering, Custom BBQ, Family Packs, Party Trays, Dry Sausage, Finger Sandwiches, Vegetable Trays,Office Parties, Graduations, Family Reunions...Brisket, Sausage, Chicken, Chicken Quarters, Ribs, Beef & Chicken Fajitas, Beans, Potato Salad, Cole Slaw New patients, minor emergencies and walk-ins accepted. EDWARD BALLI M.D. & JAMES D. BEDELL P.A. 908 E. Court St. in Seguin Please call for an appointment (210) 303-2704 tearing for you day and night* Scholarship/award winners (L-R) front row: Spencer Ervin, Patrick Hoffman and Todd Mottling; back row: Shon Lopez, Michelle Bishop Mid Gabriel Zamora. New Braunfels    San Marcos 8 I Gonzales 1996 Silver Unicorn recipients By LESLIE KRIEWALDT Special to the Herald-Zeitung It takes a community to raise a child and New Braunfels is fortunate to have many caring individuals who have rendered outstanding service to the city's youth. In recognition of these dedicated people, New Braunfels 1SD awards the Silver Unicom honor each year. The Silver Unicom, presented for service rendered rather than for having served a number of years in a given capacity, is awarded to no more than six people per year. Honorees were recognized at die New Braunfels High School commencement ceremony, Friday, May 24 at Unicom Stadium. The awards were presented by School Board Vice President Jaime Padilla. Applauded for their selflessness on behalf of kids were Suzie Garcia, Dana Gold, Dennis Harborth and Marsha Orr. Garcia helps children throughout the community by helping their families as well. Always active at the Community Service Center, she has been the center’s director since 1988. She coordinates with clubs, churches and organizations to provide happy holidays for countless children. The center has also provided school supplies for families throughout the wears and more recently has worked with Project Learning Tree and Communities In Schools, of which she’s a hoard member. Believing Spanish-speaking parents will be more involved in their children’s activities if they understand English, she’s been teaching English to non-English speakers for 12 years. Gold is credited with having good ideas that help youngsters. His good ideas, his energy, organization and commitment to students is what has earned him the Silver Unicom. He starts programs and actions that are still in place aller he’s directed his energies to another student-oriented area. As the New Braunfels High School Band Booster treasurer and later president, he began many programs that helped build die Mighty Unicom Band, whether it was by assisting students with financing their band experience or by organizing events for band members. His efforts earned him a Honorary Band Booster membership. As New Braunfels High School PTA president, he began a departmental student awards program that is still in place and was a PTA Life Membership. As a member of the Optimists, he has made recognition for area students a priority for that organization as well. He has served as chairman of the local Hugh O’Brien Youth Foundation program, a leadership development program for high school sophomores. Sports offer children many lessons on life and Harborth is an active teacher in the outdoor classroom who teaches youngsters the fundamentals of sports and of life itself. He’s coached girls softball every year for nine years and even coached two to three teams in the same season. He’s currently the president of the New Braunfels Girls Softball Association. He has also coached boys soccer for the last two years, T-ball for (me year and is currently coaching a Pee Wee baseball team. He’s taught Sunday school for IO years to children ranging from three-year olds to sixth graders. Orr, active with children wherever she’s lived but especially in New Braunfels, is tireless in her efforts to help children learn and grow safely. As a Brownie leader, cub scout den mother and little league team mother, she’s worked with young children. But her efforts continue with older children as well. Her work also includes many years in school PTAs and the New Braunfels City Council PTA.. NBISD Silver Unicom Award winners Garcia, Dana Gold and Martha Orr. She served eight years on the Superintendent’s Parent Advisory Committee and was the high school PTA president. She’s beat active in Colts-ln-Action, an arti-drug club at the middle school level, and in Project Graduation, which she chaired in 1988 and 1993. Photo courtMy of LESLIE KRIEWALDT ara (L-R) Dennis Harborth, Suzie She has also served on the Steering Committee for the Student Self-Respect Curriculum and was a member of the 1993 High School Site-Based Decision Making Committee. (Leslie Kriewaldt is NBISD public information officer.) Scholarship/award winners (L-R) front row: Jason Hufft, Samuel Davila, Almas Horak; back row: Ashley Yarbro, Usa Poeck, Anneke Kuehler. Scholarship/award winners (L-R) front row: Jenni Barbar, Kristi Undaman, Misty Boenig; back row: Robert Weller, Coral Nelson and Damond Garza. Scholarship/award winners (L-R) front row: Laura Rogers, Seana Rousseau, Michael Doherty; bottom row: Brooke Fell, tan Rerr.mler, Erin Fell, Ambar Rauch. San Antonio (L-R) Salutatorlsn Kate Ball and Tamarra Jenkin Valedictorian Scholarship/award winners (L-R) front row: KeNy Clark, Klint Kingsbury, Alison Damarodas, Sarah Moscheau; bottom row: Usa Waltzer, Jason Wyatt, Lode Ramirez and Melissa Guerrero. Scholarship/award winners (L-R) front row: Amanda Schneider, Anna Usa Vargas, Marina Martinez; back row: Sergio Vargas, Shannon Millett, Kent Davidson. NBHS Top 10 (L-R) front row: Sarah Moscheau, Kale Ball Tamarra Jenkin, Klint Kingsbury; back row: Melissa Guerrero, Loris Ramirez, Kelly Clark, Usa Waltzer, Jason Wyatt and Alison Damarodas. Scholarship/award winners (L-R) front row: Zach Doleshal, Michael Kawazoe, Brent McFadden; back row: Kyle Kolacek, Kathryne Faust and Cheryl Zengler. Scholarship/award winners (L-R) front row: Devin Cobb, Ambar Wenzel, Jennifer Owens; bottom row: Ambar Es lay, Irene CastaAeda and April Briggs. ;