New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 21, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
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Task force forms to fight sexual violence
Hill Country Medical Associates held a ground breaking May 9 for a new 14.500-square-foot facility to be built in the 700 block of Landa Street.
The new building expected to be completed by December, will house IO family practice physicians in a modern, state-of-the-art medical facility and will include 22 examination rooms, a laboratory and x-ray unit, said Dr. William Reeves, president of the association.
Hill County Medical Associates was established in April 1995 when doctors Gary Bird, Ron Cohle, Randy Jacks, Dottie Overman, Warren Albrecht and Bill Reeves foresaw the need for a professional medical association that could meet the challenges of today’s managed care environment while continuing to provide quality care.
“Many of our physicians have been in New Braunfels for 20 or more years,” Reeves said. “We realized that becoming a group was the right thing to do both for our patients and our medical practices.”
Hill Country Medical Associates has two additional physicians joining in August and October to bring the group’s total number of providers to IO. The number includes Sylvia Castro-Brauser, a physician’s assistant. The group is considering the addition of a nurse practitioner.
Hill Country Medical Associates recently opened New Braunfels’ first medical clinic to dedicate itself to the needs of the New Braunfels business community. Doing business as Occupational Health of New Braunfels, the new location at 532 N. Union treats worker injury and performs drug screens and other tests needed by local companies in today’s regulatory environment.
“Partly because of its affiliation with the McKenna Rehabilitation Network, Occupational Health of New Braunfels is able to offer the full continuum of care for employees of local companies in Comal and surrounding counties," said Dr. James Gardner, medical director.
(Submitted by Hill Country Medical Associates)
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Representatives from a number of Comal County agencies met for the first time Monday at the Comal County Sheriffs Office in an effort to bring together all persons and agencies which respond to sexual assault victims with the goal of creating an even stronger networking system through continued
communication and education.
This group is receiving a great deal of support from the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault which operates from its state office in Austin.
The Comal County Sexual Assault Task Force will continue to meet monthly to develop positive working relationships, study the laws which
govern sexual assault crimes, to create a network of resources and referrals, and to keep up-to-date on current findings and events related to the field of sexual assault victims and sexual assault crimes.
Members of the task force include representatives from the Comal County District Attorney’s Office, Comal Independent School District, Comal County Sheriffs Office, Comal County Women’s Center, Communities in Schools, EMS, McKenna Memorial Hospital, New Braunfels Independent School District and the New Braunfels Police Department.
(Submitted by the Comal County Women's Center.)
Time for Men’s Garden Club Spring Garden Show approachesHabitat for Humanity Week
Mayor Jan Kannady declared May 17 through 24 Habitat for Humanity Weak in New Braunfels. Volunteers and sponsors of the Schlltterbahn Three Parka Run and Watkgathered at the City Council meeting May 12 to receive the proclamation. Tne walk and run is scheduled tor Saturday; its goal la to raise money for the seventh Habitat for Humanity home in Comal County. From loft are Susan Collins of Norwest Bank, Sash! Patel of Sam’s Cleaner!, Susan Phillips of EVENTS!, Phil Rogers, vice president of HabltM for Humanity; Rev. Ftobert Taggart, president of Habitat for Humanity; Barf Bartholomew, Habitat for Humanity board member; Kennedy, Kim 'borley of McKenna Rehabilitation Network, Sharon Crocker of Silk screen Originals, Ann Bartholomew of Habitat for Humanity, Vicki Van Dekten of Great American Products, Ernestine Snyder of Habitat for Humanity, Roger Tuttle of Great American Products.
The Men’s Garden Club is once again sponsoring the Annual Spring Garden Show. There is no entry fee and anyone who gardens vegetables or flowers is eligible to compete, and all are invited to enter the show.
Divisions include: Open Class — Vegetable Category, all ages; Division II — Fruits, berries, peaches, plums, apples, peas, persimmons and grapes, all ages; Division III — Cut Flowers, any type, variety or cultivar of flower grown in Comal County, all ages; and Division IV — Potted Plants, any potted plant that is presently grown and owned by the exhibitor,
all ages; and Division V — Children’s Garden, all children younger than 19 years are eligible to compete.
The show is set for June 7 at the Comal County Extension Office. Entries will be received from 8 to IO a.m. Judging will be from IO to ll a.m. Viewing and comments will be from 11 a.m. to I p.m.
Those interested in exhibiting in the Spring Garden Show can call the Extension Office at 620-3440 for specific rules and guidelines.
(Submitted by the Comal County Agricultural Extension Office)
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