New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 7, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
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ServiceMaster Residential/ Commercial Services presented the Entrepreneur Bronze and Manager awards to David Holland, owner of ServiceMaster by Holland at its national convention in Memphis,
Holland was recognized for achievements in residential, commercial and disaster services.
The recipients who were honored at the convention represented the top performing franchize owners from more than 3,500 businesses nationwide.
Rising Star bash sat Tuesday
The New Braunfels Women’s Chamber will celebrate a “Rising Star” Celebration at Lenice’s Floral Creations and Makin’ Waves Hair and Nail Salon. The combination ribbon cutting and Christmas party' will take place from 5:30 to 8 p m Tuesday at 125 Hwy 81 West, Suite 4. The New Braunfels Children’s Chorus will sing camis at 5:30 p m.
The public is welcome.
Millsr updates chamber on EAA issues
Doug Miller, the Guadalupe Comal County representative on the Edwards Aquifer Authority, will update the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce’s Natural Resources Committee on issues facing the authority The meeting will take place at 5 15 p m Monday in Honors Hall
The Natural Resources Committee has supported the Edwards Aquifer Authority legislation in order to priced the spring flow in New Braunfels The committee has supported and worked closely with the city. county. New Braunfels and downstream communities on water resource issues
for Leadership Class
Shannon Skousgaard of George Mason University will he the principal speaker at the I eadership New Braunfels Class ot ’98 session scheduled I uesdav I he class’ December session will take place at the Danville School courtesy of Margie and Dam* I W aldrip of the kuebler VV aldnp I louse Bed At Breakfast I tennis I leitkamp ot I exas Commerce C base Bank and vice chair of the board tor the chamber, will act as the facilitator tor the session
T opics ti* be presented by Skimsgaard include "I letting Clear About Success." “Basic Ethical Principals” and Building Integrity Into t fur I aves ”
Skousgaard will also present these three topics to the inaugural Youth I eadership New Braunfels class on Monday iii Honors Hall facilitators for that session will be Paula DiFon/oofNew Braunfels Utilities and Rands Vanstory of t^uick Align DiEon/o was recently elected as a vice chair of the chamber beginning in 1^8, and Vanstory serves on the New Braunfels City Council Both aa* ENB Alumnus
Glo wf ast
The Greater New Braunfels C hambcr of Commerce t flow test Committee will conduct its "Drv Run’’meeting at 5 30 p rn VKednesday at tile Comal County fairgrounds All committee members are encouraged to attend
I he Greater New Braunfels I hambcr of Commerce’s weekly radio show on KC INB 1420 on Tuesday also will feature Glow fest ‘07 . Chamber VP Bonnie Tetrault will have Dana Gold. chair of Glow test *97, and Judy Young, convention and visitors bureau director, as her guests
Blus Coats assist in ribbon cuttings
The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Blue Coats will be on hand at 4 30 p m Tuesday > for a ribbon cutting for the new ownership of Seidel Camera Shop at 1551 N. Walnut Avenue At 3 p m. on Wednesday, they will assist in a ground breaking ceremony at the comer of Gruene Road ami Common Street for Hematology Oncology Associates of South Texas. Max’s Salsa Sabrosa will conduct a ribbon cutting Thursduv at Color Express, located at 193 V* San AntomoStreet at 10 30 a.m.
Eden Home welcomes new staff
Ralph Little joined Eden Home Inc. as director of development and the Rev. Leila Reynolds is the new chaplain.
Little came from the Methodist Retirement Services of the Woodlands (Houston) with offices in Galveston, Huntsville, Lufkin, Texarkana and Bryan.
Little’s experience and innovative approach to fund development will allow for the creation of a program to enhance all fund-raising efforts of Eden Home. He plans to creae a fund development council that will work with him to raise money for capital, operational and endowment funds.
Little is a native of Alabama, however his professional life has taken him all over the world. As a professional fund-raiser, he has worked with such corporations as the Menmnger Clinic, National Salvation Army, University of Colorado Health Science Center, the American Association of Retired Persons and Boy Scouts of America.
Reynolds received her master of divinity from Pacific School of
Religion. She has served in the Missouri Association as associate regional minister and as vice president of the Christian Church in Mid America (Disciples of Christ).
“I am looking forward to
working with the residents, their families and the staff,” she said. “I have learned so much from the residents. The relationship between the
employees and the residents is incredible. My day-to-day contact with the residents and employees is an important and meaningful part of my ministry here.’’
Comal gets Farm Bureau honors
Comal County was among counties receiving recognition for highest renewal percentage during the Texas Farm Bureau’s 64th annual convention honoring county public relations and membership
Guadalupe County was among counties recognized for public relations activities, including media coverage and organizational newsletters, and for largest gain in membership
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Morris Herring formerly ot Quick Align has opened his own automotive business in New Braunfels, Tx. located at 991 South Castell St.
Brake Solutions Inc. will specialize in brakes, alignments and suspension work. We will be happy to help you with professional solutions for all of your automotive needs. Rather we personally fix your vehicle or advise you of who we think coulc best solve your vehicle problems professionally.
I would like to thank all of my family, friends and customers for their encouragement anc support.
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Reynolds was bom in Honduras when her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Gutnper, were serving as missionaries. She grew up in Illinois.
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