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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 20, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas June 6 Coop members reelect directors BySANDRAJACKSON Staff writer Three incumbent directors and three incumbent ad visory directors were reelected by acclamation to three year terms on the board of the Pedernales Electric at its 47th annual meeting Saturday in Johnson Directors reelected were Kit Carson of District 1 Roland Erben of District 6 and Bud Burnett of District Advisory directors elected were Warner Clark of District 1 Robert Reed of Dripping District 4 and Bias Tenorio of District Only 177 members attended the which was brief and noncontroversial compared to past years when standing roomonly crowds packed the Johnson High School A total of members voted by proxy ballot this year for a total of votes cast in the In a written report handed to those in board president Walter Burnett said that all PEC em ployees have recently undergone training in first aid and cardiopulmonary We want all of you here to remember that if an emergency ever demands these help is as close as the nearest PEC vehicle or Please inform your neighbors that our green and yellow logo is a symbol for help in emergency Our radio the best in the Hill is also being used not only for cooperativerelated tran but to call for aid from law firefighting or emergency medical While we are excited over the new services we are able to we have most certainly not lost sight of our major respon bringing the members of PEC the most depen dable electric service at the most reasonable cost Burnett A report was given by General Manager Bennie Fuelberg on the recent rate case heard by the Public Utilities Although the PEC considers the We want all of you here to remember that if an emergency ever demands these help is as close as the nearest PEC vehicle or Please inform your neighbors that our green and yellow logo is a symbol for help in emergency PEC board president Walter Burnett overall decision of the PUC a victory in that fuel rates will be lowered five to 10 directors are urging members to write to the commission regarding a reversal of their decision on winterpeaking Since PEC members use more eletricity during the winter they will be penalized by LCRA which is building summerpeaking PEC officials are seeking a rehearing of this During the PEC increased by or The cooperative completed 345 miles of distribution lines and set That type of growth is virtually impossible to plan for and difficult to keep up said Fuelberg in his annual The cooperative has increased its membership by 52 percent since 1979 and now has more than Service awards were presented by Burnett to 41 em ployees and directors at the Those from Canyon Lake who were honored include Arthur Claudie Hughes and Ted five years Terry 10 years Johney Robert Cowan and Robert 15 SANDRA JACKSON HERALD ZkH UNG Artists preparing for the Canyon Lake Art Guild summer show are from Marilyn Grant Lathe and Coe Art Guild schedules show Members of the Canyon Lake Art include oil KathyMarkham at Guild will present their summer art sculpture and arts and show July 56 at the Startzville Doors open at 10 and Community close at 6 both Work on display and for sale wii For more contact Among the artists at the show will be guild members Marilyn Grant Lathe and Coe Classsifieds is sure to measure up 6259144 Optimists sponsoring youth fishing tourney Aspring young fishermen and ladies ages 7 to 16 will participate Saturday in the Canyon Lake Op timist Clubs first annual youth fishing Checkin time is at the Canyon Lake Tackle Shop in Startz ville for all anglers who have pre registered for the Coffee and rolls will be served before fishing begins at 7 Weighin will be at 11 at the shop with including new rods and to be given to winners in age categories 7 to to 13 and 14 to Five professional guides will be there taking children in their along with Bass Club members who are furnishing their boats and said Jean whose is coordinating the tour Participants do not need to bring anything as Optimists will furnish reels and Adults will be in each boat supervising the This gives the kids a chance to learn the basics about Moore She explained that the entrants will not be limited as to the type of fish they may catch and she anticipates the largest number will be striped bass during this time of She also expects the children to catch white small mouth and largemouth A free lunch will be served to all participants after the weighin and awards Youngsters interested in par ticipating may register by contacting any member of the Canyon Lake Optimist Action Center names directors Following a meeting held last members of the Canyon Lake Action Center elected three new directors to serve for the upcoming They are Leonard and Lula Coble and Calvin The three replace two members whose terms expired and one who resigned from the Officers for the coming year are Raymond president David vicepresident IJllian secretary and Elaine Activities at the Action Center include bridges parties for senior citizens each Tuesday and game parties on The Thrift Shop is open from 10 until 4 Wednesdays and Fore more information about call the center at Defensive Driving offered There will be three more op portunities this summer to take the Defensive Driving course at Mountain Valley School in Instructor Max Crow will offer sessions on the last Tuesday and Thursday in July and Classes in June will be held on the 25th and with tuition set at To register write Community 1421 Highway 81 New Braunfels or call Ann Toussaint at 8857674 or Lake Weather Week of June 121 Temparetures June 536 cf s June 15 June 1 cf s June 19 level June 1 9 Inflow 1141 1 CIS 317cfs June June 12 At PEC helping you is a top We are ready to put all our communication resources to work for There are 132 radioequipped vehicles plus six base stations all ready to help when you need Some areas of the Hill Country can seem very desolate when an emergency arises or you have car having access to the best communication system in the area is PEC makes communication possible in the most remote areas as well as on busy In PEC crews are often on the roads during treacher ous weather repairing They can provide assistance when the weather causes unexpected problems for Every time you see a PEC are willing and able to help if you need etectric JOHNSON CITY BtHTHAM CANYON LAKE KYLt BUUAf LAM TRAVIS MAHBUE FALLS ;