New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 9, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
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Arbor Day presentation
Mayor Jan Kannady reads the Arbor Day Proclamation at th* City Council moating and praaanta it lo Lh Cooler, pr—Want of th# Four Seaaona Qardan Chib, and Sua McFaalay, chairman of Aibor Day planting.
Auxiliary Prasldant to Vatarana of Foraign Wart Post 7110 Maria Horton praaanta tho book, “Tho Lsgsnd of Spinoza, tho Baar Who Spanks from tho Heart” to Frazier Elementary librarian Dolores Congoni and Principal SM Ridgeway. The book presentation Is a stats project
Full Service Pharmacy
339 Main Plaza
Mrs. Henry Quantal, second vice prasldant national USO of 1812, honorary state president, organizing chapter president of the Joseph Acker Chapter No. 382 in New Braunfels; Mrs. Donald C. Trollnger, prasldant national United States Daughters of 1812 of Miami, Okie.; and
nonorary im praaioam ana mein Der or me uapi jarwaiaaury lea Chapter, Houston, ara shown at the ftfth Stats council heMMarch I and In Forth Worth.
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New Braunfels Business and Professional Women’s tea was held In the home of Kyra Brandt Shown, from left, are Brenda Sullivan, Merle Goodies Delores Smith, Kyra Brandt and Lots Newton. Not pictured are Linda Coker end Sarah Thompson. The tee Ie hsM to amphalza the BPW Foundation, which hee awarded more then $8 million In educational grants and loans to more than 8£00 women nationwide since 1986. For Information about BPW caN 628-1887.
Effective immediately Dan Henry has been appointed general manager
■ of the Rodeway Inn — New Braunfels. He succeeds Carol Besch who has served in that capacity since
Henry has had a long career in
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management, having been associated with the Marriott Corp. for 13 years in their hotels and restaurants.
Nudie Warren of New Braunfels, a student at Canyon High School, visited Austin College recently for interviews as a finalist for the college’s Leadership Institute Scholarship.
Austin College’s Leadership Institute was begun in the fall of 1996 and accepts 15 freshmen each year.
While completing regular curricular requirements for their individual majors, the group participates in special activities designed to create and enhance leadership skills.
The Leadership Institute includes mentor relationships with civic and business leaders, volunteer service and international study requirements.
Leadership Institute Scholarships are awarded solely on the basis of merit and are open to students pursuing a liberal arts degree who have demonstrated leadership experience and potential, achieved outstanding academic records and have demonstrated potential for continued success at Austin College
These scholarships are renewable annually and have a four-year value of approximately $40,000.
Tammy, Jason, Travis & Darren
A Musical Drama Presented By
First Baptist Church
733 Cross Street t New Braunfels, Texs April 12, 13, 15 & 16 t 7:00 p.m.
For preferred early seating FREE tickets are available at the church office
Doors open to ticket holders at 6:30 - all others at 6:50
Concert: Broadway Tunes April 13th 4:00 p.m.
First United Methodist Church Tickets: $5.00 Seniors & Children: $4.00 Tickets available at:
China 'n Things, Johnson Furniture Co.
& at the door