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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 31, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 10 A a Herald-Zeitung □ Sunday, March 31, 1996Club Notes Joyce Kolodzie, and Dolores Schumann with the live oak planted in Landa Park. New Braunfels Garden Advisory Council In an Arbor Day observance ceremony, held Feb. 15 in the Landa Park Arboretum, Dolores Schumann and Joyce Kolodzie were honored by the Federated Garden Club Advisory Council Board, sponsored by Comal Garden Club with a tree (live oak) dedicated to them and each was presented with a certificate of recognition for their many years of dedicated work for the Landa Park Arboretum. Dolores Schumann was honored for bringing the idea of creating an arboretum in Landa Park to her garden club in 1981 and has created an awareness of the many species of trees growing in the Landa Park area, serving on the Landa Park Committee since 1981 as chairman or co-chairman, preserving the Founders’ Oak Tree in a community wide effort, she wrote the new Harry Landa Self-Guiding Tree Trail and Growing Guide which contain descriptions and growing conditions for 57 trees, helped raise funds for the new brochure, helped to acquire a grant to conduct a tree inventory in Landa Park, and who has planted 20 trees in the arboretum to re-leaf the arboretum in the last year and who maintains a watering program to maintain a “living library of trees.” Joyce Kolodzie was honored for being a chief participant of the arboretum committee since 1981, for her ‘on duty’ work in the Landa Park Arboretum, helped raise funds for the markers, the new brochure and was instrumental in the creation of the trail map, which was surveyed and marked by her husband, the William J. Kolodzie Surveying Company and her effort to save the Founders Oak and for her interest in ecology. • Dolores and Joyce are members of Guada Coma Garden Club. The Arbor Day celebration is a public awareness observation of the need to plant trees and is a coordinated effort by the New Braunfels Garden Advisory Council Board, the Arboretum Committee and the New Braunfels Parks Department. The program is in compliance with the requirements to maintain our “Tree City USA” designation, New Braunfels being one of 34 Texas cities to be named a “Tree City USA.” Jan Kennady, member of the Comal Garden Club was the Arbor Day Chairman and master of ceremonies. Jean Harris, Chairman of the Garden Club Advisory Council Board and president of the Comal Garden Club welcomed the guests and participants. The Honorable Paul E. Fraser, Jr., Mayor of New Braunfels, read the Arbor Day proclamation and declared Feb. 15 as Landa Park Arboretum Day. Barbara Perry, Vice-Director of District VII, East Zone and Comal Garden Club member, gave the Arbor Day history. Bill Schumann, horticulture consultant and retired Comal County Extension Agent, guest speaker, praised the Garden Clubs of New Braunfels for their community service for more than 60 years by planting trees in parks, schools, plaza, highway intersections and community buildings hon of Linda Schlater, principal. the ceremonies closed with refreshments served by the members of the Comal Garden Club. VTO ladles Auxiliary - The Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7110 presented the book “The Fabulous Flying Rag Farm” recently to the Dittlinger Memorial Library. Pictured are: Americanism Chairman Carolyn Matykiewicz, Library Director Vickie Hocker, and Auxiliary President Janice Quent. Canyon Lake Retired Teachers Pictured are the officers for the Canyon Lake Retired Teachers: Treasurer Marvin Lewis, Secretary Diana Danford, President Katie Mitchell and State Director Mike Lehr. news I AM VOTING TO RE-ELECT JACK BREMER AS SHERIFF! .    Vt* K. GARY BIRD, M.D. Rd Pol Adv Jack Bremer 12581 Hwy. 48 W. Haw Braunfels, TX 78132 Veterans of Foreiqn Wars VFW Post 7110 donated two books to the Dittlinger Memorial Library recently: “Two Faces of Victory • Europe and Pacific” and “The Fall of the Rising Sun - Liberating a Continent." Pictured are Quarter Master David Friesenhahn, library director Vicki Hocker and Post Commander Bob Quent. Jan Kennady presented the live oak tree to Iris Haecker NefTendorf, parks director, who in turn accepted the tree. Trees of Fragrant Forest was presented by five students of the fifth grade of Seele School, under the direc- Avoid Hiring Stress Let us help you hire the the best! Institute For Manaqcment Success, Inc. 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