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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 22, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas JOAOHerald^eitur^ Club Notes S.O.S. Inc. Food Bank The June 16 meeting of S.O.S. Inc. Food Bank Board of Directors was held at IO a.m. at 248 Merriweather. Directors present were Gladys Bartling of First Protestant, Olga Huber of Cross Lutheran, Howard Beutler of Peace Lutheran, Melba Wetz, Betty Drawe and Rev. Ken Peters of New Braunfels Presbyterian; Elmo Fischer of Faith UCC, Inez Foitson of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic, Janie Smith of Eastside Baptist, Bonnie Collins of St. Paul Lutheran, Bud and Mariam Norwood of Oakwood Baptist. The present officers re-elected by acclamation for the 1997-98 fiscal year beginning June I, 1997, are President Gladys Bartling, Vice President Bill Dolittle, Treasurer Francis Harmon-Baird and Secretary Betty Drawe. June I, 1998, will be the 10th anniversary of S.O.S. Inc. Food Bank. The years* records show a steady growth and community awareness. Many of the original volunteers continue to work. Their work has been made easier because the amount of donations have incrased significantly over the years. It is very gratifying to be able to give each needy family 30 to 33 pounds of food a month. The statistical report revealed 189 families (441 individuals) received 5,790 pounds of food in May Donations of food logged in at 1,641 pounds with additional 4,218 pounds of bread, sweets and purchased staples. The year’s total (June 19% to May 31, 1997) for food purchased was $21,439.15. Monetary donations totaled $28,532.45. S.O.S. Inc. appreciates the following donations in May: New Braunfels Lioness, New Braunfels Newcomers Club, United Association of Letter Carriers food drive; Gruene Kountry 4-H Club, Community Service Center, Canyon High School Latin classes, Sterling House of New Braunfels, Canyon High School, Senior Citizens Center, ADM Milling Co, P.E.O. Sisterhood Chapter HT, Men’s Garden Club, H. G. Goldstucker, Jackie Scott, Lloyd and Doris Westervelt, Mrs. D. L. Dunlap, First Baptist Church and classes Etta East, King’s Men, Men’s Bible, Adult V, Hannah, Ruth, Esther, Sunshine, Care and Share, Friendship, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shappell, Ellen G. Pusey-Bullis, St. Paul Lutheran, St. John's Episcopal, Faith UCC, Peace Lutheran, First Protestant, New Braunfels Presbyterian, Eastside Baptist, Cross Lutheran, Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic, Sts. Peter and Paul Thrift Shop, Oakwood Baptist, First United Methodist Women, H-E-B, Wuest’s and three anonymous donors. Comal County FCE The Comal County Family and Community Education Association met May 23 at the County Extension Office. Six members and program assistant Martha Joyce attended. Charlotte Mergen reported on the district FCE meeting in Gonzales March IO. The new District Director Club Notes scrapbook *> Photo submitted Lioness habitat Lionesses Lenora Courtright and Jewel Haubokit present a Check to Bart Bartholomew tor Habitat for Humanity. Photo submitted SAR honors ROTO Sons of the American Revolution President Wayne Jostles presents the ROTO medal and certificate to Cadet Anna M. Morales, San Marcos High School JROTC. Photo submitted Generous Lioness Lioness President Pat Simmons presents a check to Bill Doolttle tor the S.O.S. Inc. Food Bank. Photo submitted Photo submitted Hospitable Eagles The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxillary 2999 recently presented a check to Hospice New Braunfels with money raised for community service. Pictured, from left, ara Auxiliary President De De Young, Hospice representative Christina Smith and chairwoman Barbara Alves. Republican Women President CristabeM West listens to Col. John Timberlake, guest speaker at the May meeting of the New Braunfela Republican Women. Canyon City Playschool Available Mon,-Sat., 6 am-6 pm Drop ins Welcome C.C.M.S. Vendor Lunch A Tim Snacke Infants and up Corner of Hwy. 306 A Dam Access Rd. (210) 964-5070 of Extension Service, Cheryl Mapston, was introduced and Frances McArthur of Smithville was elected as district director for Texas FCE Association. The three county clubs are planning to send one delegate from each club to represent Comal County at the State FCE Association conference to be held Sept. 9 to 11 in Wichita Falls. Plans are under way for the annual Friendship Day to take place oct. 31 at the County Extension meeting room. Canyon Lake Eastern Star Canyon Lake Eastern Star Chapter No. 1103 is now among those organizations at Canyon Lake to award scholarships to deserving graduating high school seniors. Amanda Jean Jones, a Smithson Valley High School senior living at Canyon Lake, was selected by a committee of six members to receive Canyon Lake Eastern Star Chapter’s first scholarship. 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