New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 22, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
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Optimists youth appreciation
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Manufacturers association scholars
The New Braunfels Manufacturers Association honored recipients of the 1997 NBMA Scholarship Awards at Its May meeting. NBMA President tups Castaneda presents New Braunfels High School senior Eva Noede Maldanado, left, and Canyon High School senior Stephanie “DeDa” Thomas with certificates and $1,000 scholarships. Maldanado plans to attend Southwest Texas State University and major In accounting and computers. Thomas will attend Texas Lutheran University or Austin College as a pre-medicine student In sports medicine or business administration and education.
New Braunfels High School seniors were honored by their parents at a breakfast May 27 at the New Braunfels Smokehouse. Pictured are, from left, top, Jeff Schultz, Brandon Mund, David McQdvrey, T. Dudley Zoeder; second row, Allison Distort, Shelley Brodewator, David Stonmonds,
Travis Baker; third row, Suzanne Fischer, Emilio Wotipka, Haley Helmty, J. P. Wilkins; fourth row, Summer School, Kim Schneider, Usa Simpson, Aloose Moore; fifth row, Roxanne Blue, Zoo Garrett.
Bryan Terp of the District Resource Center recently attended a special week-long training workshop in Longmont, Colo., designed for offender employment specialists. The seminar was conducted by the National Institute of Corrections, a branch of the U.S. Department of Justice. Terp was one of 32 individuals selected to attend after a nationwide invitation resulted in more than 300 applications. Selection criteria were based on the quality of the applicant’s program.
As an employee of the Comal County Community Supervision and Corrections Department, Terp is assigned a dual role as both the education program specialist and the employment enhancement specialist at the DRC. His duties include GED instructor, literacy tutor, group facilitator and employment counselor.
The DRC is an intensive, multiphase^ facility which is designed to meet the needs of offenders who have problems with motivation, education, employment, chemical dependency, psychological issues, and other special needs.
The Arc of the Capital Area welcomes David Jones of New Braunfels as a Class case manager.
Optimists’ youth appreciation
Tho following students wore honored st the Optimists Club Youth Appreciation Banquet: from left, atandlng, Mlcah Davenport, Canyon High School, mathematlca; R. J. Strauch, Smithson Valley High School, edence; Wendy Scott, Bracken Chrtetian, social studies; Joseph Wlneman, CHS, social studies; Danlella Garcia, New Braunfels High School, social studies; seated, Julie Rathbum, Bracken Christian, mathematics; Rebecca Allen, NBHS, mathematics; Desiree Hardwick, Bracken Christian, science; Artanne Wetz, CHS, ecience; Wendy Holtz, NBHS, sdanc*. . , |
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Optimists’ youth appreciation
The following students were honored at the Optimists Club Youth Appreciation Banquet: from left, standing, Carty Harris, Canyon High School, vocal music; Jessica Ebrom, Smithson Valley High School, vocal music; Cherie Saundere, New Braunfeie High School, vocal mueic; Jeff Robertson, CHS, vocational education; seated, Julie Berko, Bracken Christian, student government; Emily Mel lek, CHS, student government; Leslie Scott, NBHS, student government; Usa Stark, SVHS, student government; Desiree Hardwick, Bracken Christian, vocal music.
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Shelley Lynn Brown, a freshman at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La., has been named outstanding freshman 1996-97 by Delta Zeta sorority. Brown, a graduate of Mount Carmel Academy, has been attending LSU since the fall of 1996.
Brown has served as junior Panhellenic delegate, senior Panhellenic delegate, Greek Inter-Relations Committee chairwoman, coordinator for Delta Zeta New Member Philanthropy and Panhellenic Liaison for the Inter-Fratcmity Council.
After being named to the Dean’s List at LSU, Brown was inducted into the Phi Eta Sigma Freshman National Honor Society. She is a mass communications major with plans to pursue a career in broadcast journalism.
Brown is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Brown of Chalmette, La., and the great-granddaughter of Bert and Elvie Krause of Canyon Lake.
Optimists’ youth appreciation
Th* following students wert honored at the Optimists Club Youth Appreciation Banquet: from left, standing, Jennifer Lowther, Smithson Valley High School, Bulverde Optimist Club Scholarship; Travis Weaner, SVHS, Bulverde Optimist Club Scholarship; Allison Dieted, New Braunfels High School, Chris Hoizmann Memorial Scholarship; seated, Learnt Voges, NBHS, vocational education; Michelle Krause, Canyon High School, New Braunfels Optimist Club Scholarship; Gabriel Perez, NBHS, New Braunfels Optimist Club Scholarship.
NBHS Choir Booster Club awards
The New Braunfels High School Choir Booster Club awarded three HOO scholarships at the Choir Awards Banquet. From left are choir director Jody Bagley, scholarship recipient Michele Taylor, scholarship recipient Cherie Saunders, scholarship recipient Tamara Mayfield and Anne Hannan, secretary of the booster club and chairwoman of the scholarship selection committee.
This was the second year that the club awarded graduating seniors with scholarships. The club has fund-raisers and receives donations to fund the scholarships.
Blinn College has announced its academic honor students for the 1997 spring semester on its campuses in Brenham and Bryan. Shes Ortiz of New Braunfels was recognized as a distinguished student. That recognition is earned when a student has a grade point average of 3.25 or better.
NoeUe Warren of New Braunfels, a graduate of Canyon High School, has been awarded a Distinguished Achievement Scholarship for the 1997-98 school year at Austin College. For information about Austin College’s scholarships
programs, contact the Office of Admissions at (800) 442-5363.
Amanda Mae Rayburn of New
Braunfels graduated from Baylor University May 17 with a bachelor of music education degree. The university awarded 1,316 academic degrees to students at the close of the spring session, according to figures from the university registrar.
Keenan Lehmann recently attended the Hugh O’Brien Youth Foundation Annual Leadership Seminar in San Antonio. Lehmann joined more than 270 young leaders
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Representing Canyon High School, Lehmann is the son of Larry and Mary Ann Lehmann. The New Braunfels Optimists were the local HOBY sponsors.
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Southwest Texas State University announced that Thomas M. Korpi of New Braunfels earned Dean’s List recognition for excellent academic performance in spring 1997. At SWT students must complete 12 semester hours of classes and earn a minimal grade point average of 3.5 to be recognized for the Dean’s List.
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