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Re-certification Pins Presented to Texas Master Naturalist Members
Wednesday, July 14, 2010 • Posted July 13, 2010

The Highland Lakes Texas Master Naturalist presented the re-certification pins to 34 of their members. This is the largest group to receive the award in the history of the chapter. Re-certification is received after 40 hours of community volunteer hours and 8 hours of advanced training. Congratulations to Connie Barron, Susan Bartoli, Terry Bartoli, Sherry Bixler, Judy Bloomquist, Marvin Bloomquist, Betsy Bouchard, Margaret Butler, Mike Childers, Sammye Childers, Lyn Davis, Sharon Drake, Susan Evans, Sondra Fox, Fredi Franki, Beillie Gunther, Mike Harris, Billy Huston, Mike Kersey, Sue Kersey,Bill Luedecki, John McClintock, Bonnie Mikels, Joan Mukherjee, Hollis Neier, Penny Nichols, David Payton, Helen Smith, Jerry Stacy, Jerry Stone, Joan Stone, Shirley Winslow, President Philip Wyde and Ray Zender.

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