New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Thursday, March 14, 1991 Herald-Ze/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Page 5PWP new officers Heart Association’s Big Band Dance a successHobbies Unlimited
Hobbies Unlimited met at the Italian Cafe Oasis recently and owner Joseph Santore gave a demonstration on preparing white wine sauce to serve over fettucine. From left with Santore are Hobbies members Joan Sciantarelli and Lori Marecek. (Photo by Marie Offerman)Youth leadership
Youth Leadership Course participants at New Braunfels Middle School received certificates at a recent graduation which highlighted eight weeks of Toastmasters’ classes to develop communication and leadership skills. Pictured are, front from left, Amy Grunwald, Tiffany Bodemann, Alison Bruemmer, Doralisa Alvarado, Jackie Borrego, and Whitney Hermes; and back, Brian Chaffe, Bert Guzenski, Shannon Bauer, and Sam Blunter. (Photo by Karla Wenzel)wow
Bob Walther, right, member of Woodmen of the World Lodge 347. New Braunfels, and retired WOW field representative, and Betty Dun: ham, far right, WOW national delegate, present an American flag to Girl Scouts of Junior Troop 602. With them are Cindy Nolte Florez; back right, leader of the troop, and Debbie Richter, back center, Junior Girl Scout service unit director and leader of Troop 303. (Photo by Karla Wenzel)
Hill Country Chapter #1273 Parents Without Partners recently elected new officers. Standing from left are Dennis Dildey, E&G chairman; Anna Blake, vice president of parents activities; Laverne Doege. vice president of education; Lisa Ballard, vice president of family and youth; Jim Roberson, vice president of membership/Amigos; and seated, Robert Bohmfalk, administrative vice president; Udo Laggen, president; and Betty Revard, treasurer. (Photo by Karla Wenzel)
The Comal Division of the American Heart Association hosted its third annual Big Band Heart Dance recently. The annual fundraiser garnered more than $3,000 for research and other programs of the association Pictured above left, the Cones Sisters, who entertained
guests with their music, keep emcee Bill Cudabec in a happy mood. Above right. AHA board members Rick Reed, left, and David Owens dance with two of the three Cones Sisters. The Larry Herman Orchestra provided the big band music. (Photos by Karla Wenzel)
Watch your tail.
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