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Burnet, Texas Burnet Bulletin Wednesday, May 9, 2018 Page 3A ews t The Austin Board of REALTORS (ABoR) Foundation awarded 25 high school seniors and college students -- including two from Burnet High School with $56,000 in higher education scholarships at its annual Scholarship Reception on Thursday, May 3. Recipients were selected based on academic merit, financial need and in- terviews with a panel of judges. "The ABoR Foundation scholar- ship program is one of our longest-run- ning community initiatives, which has served more than 300 Central Texas students since 1978," Diane Kennedy, ABoR FouNdation chair, said. "We are incredibly proud of the young men and women who received scholarships this year and look forward to seeing them continue their education." Funding for the ABoR Foundation scholarship program is made possible by the generous support of more than 13,000 Central Texas REALTORS . Winners of the 2018 ABoR Founda- tion scholarships included Noah Butch- er and Kathryn Martin of Burnet High School. For more information about the ABoR Foundation scholarship pro- gram, visit Contributed Earning scholarships from the Austin Board of REALTORS (ABoR) are, in alphabetical order, Franklin Afenkhena of Pflugerville Hendrickson High School; Brooke Barrett of Wimberley ~igh School; Eliza Beall of Austin Westlake High School; Dionicia Berrones of Cedar Creek High School; Noah Butcher of Burnet High School; Lindsay Demetriou of Prairie Lea High School; Hugh Galloway of Austin Lyndon B. Johnson Early College High School; Cory Gunter of Pflugerville Hendrickson High School; Bridget Hartzheim of Leander High School; Gretchen Hartzheim of Leander High School; Kyle Herron of Dripping Springs High School; Stephanie Labrador Hernandez of Austin Ann Richards School for Young Women; Aeslyn Kail of The University of Texas at Austi n; Ivy Lee of Round Rock McNeil High School; Sarah Lee of Round Rock McNeil High School; Toby Lopez of Austin Lyndon B. Johnson Early College High School; Kathryn Martin of Burnet High School; Ahmed Mohamed of Austin Eastsid e Memorial Early College High School; Sandy Nguyen of Austin Crockett High School; Amie Nguyen of Round Rock Westwood High School; Francesca Ramirez of Bastrop High School; Bianca Ruiz of Elgin High School; Aiyssa Terry of Texas Tech University, Lubbock; Daniela Villegas of Elgin High School; and Ja'Myren Washington of Leander High School. Fredericksburg ensemble Cunningham wins LISD trustee race, must resign to perform at HCCT The Hill Country tenor; Brynn Bowyer, soprano; Community Theatre will Katie Murphy, mezzo soprano; be hosting The Memory Ashleigh Goff, alto, and Ensemble, who will be Nancy Rickerhauser, piano. visiting from Fredericksburg, Goff currently works at for one night only, Saturday, the Fredericksburg Theater May 26, at 7:30 p.m bringing Company as the artistic the Golden Age of Broadway director. to lifeI Tickets for this special The Memory Ensemble, a event are $25 each and can be group of singers and theatre purchased online at theHCCT. enthusiasts, consists of five vocalists and onepianist, org, or by calling the box office at 830-798-8944. Together, they will give you a nostalgic look at the The Hill Country most beloved shows that have Community Theatre is stood the test of time. located at 4003 W RM 2147, Cottonwood Shores, between The core of the group By Lew IC Cohn County Judge Mary Cunningham (noISD race, incumbent Place 1 trustee Rob Managing Editor relation) and has no Democratic opponent Wilson ran unopposed and received 505 Burnet Bulletin in November, Ron Cunningham will be votes. Wilson and Ron Cunningham will The voters of the Llano Independent the next county judge and, by law, cannot be resworn in at the next LISD school School District elected two trustees hold both his new paid county position board meeting. in Saturday's election, but will find and his unpaid school district trustee seat. Kingsland MUD themselves having to elect a new trustee He will be sworn in as county judge on Ken Martin narrowly defeated David again nextyear. Jan. 1, 2019. Howard to become the new Place 3 Ron Cuuningham won his re-electionRon Cunningham had filed for re- Kingsland Municipal Utilities District bid for Place 5 LISD trustee in final but election to his school board position (MUD) director in final but unoffical unoffical rettmas, but he will be forced to during the filing period, but his win in the results from Saturday's joint local resign from the LISD Board of Trustees March primary came after the deadline to election. Martin received 59 votes to 54 for because he won the Republican Party withdraw from the school district race and Howard and now will succeed incumbent nomination for county judge in the March after the deadline to cancel an election, Place 3 director Charles Henicke, who did primary, according to Cindy Ware, Llano County not seek re-election. Cunningham jumped out to a lead in elections administrator. Incumbent Place 4 director Larry early and absentee voting and claimed Once Ron Curmingham resigns from Deuney and Place 5 director Lorean a 298-262 victory over his challenger, the Llano ISD board, the rest of the board Sindelar ran unopposed for their places Dean Campbell. There were 29 under will likely appoint a successor who will on the board. Deuney received 87 votes, votes in the race, but even if all had gone serve in his stead until next year's school while Sindelar received 85 votes. to Campbell, he would still have finished board election in May, when voters can Kingsland MUD directors serve a currently includes Kerry Goff, Marble Falls and Horseshoe seven votes shy of Cunningham. choose who will fill out the remainder four-year term with elections taking place baritone: Zac Tiedemann, Bay at the traffic light. Because he defeated incumbent of the unexpired term. In the other Llano in May of every even year. REPUBL|CAN iIUNOFF EARLY VOTING MAY 14 -18 ELECTMON DAY MAY 22 "Citizens of Burnet, soon an important decision will be made affecting the leadership in Precinct 2 and for Burnet County as a whole. I have had the awesome privilege to know Tom Stephens for his entire life and his family my entire life. Tom brings a genuine richness to the table for county leadership and public representation. He has a willingness to listen to people about their true concerns. I know Tom will bring county concerns to the table for policy making that are fair, fiscally responsible, and that will serve all citizens of Precinct 2 and Burnet County for time to come. Tom Stephens is the right choice for Burnet County Commis- sioner Precinct 2." - Dennis L. Kincheloe Former Mayor - City of Burnet edly"1 know support what Tomit takes Stephens.t be a commissioner and I wholeheart- - Carroll McCoy Forner Pct 2 County Commissioner- 12 Years "There is a maturity we expect from our county leaders and I am confident Tom Stephens will be a commissioner who wilt fight for the citizens of Burnet County and represent us well at the courthouse," - Tom Hullum, Distinguished business owner, life long Burnet Native "Tom Stephens will bring a wealth of practical experience to the commissioner's court. He cares about people. He cares about safety. He is the right person for this position." - James Holbrook Former Burnet County Commissioner - 8 years. "1 have known Tom for over 50 years. He is a man of integrity with a servants heart. Burnet County Precinct 2 will be represented in ways unimaginable if Tom is elected. Without any hesitancy, I endorse Tom and encourage you to vote for him." - Reverend Mark Newton, Sr. Pastor, BHS Graduate & Burnet Native "My husband has a love for our home and our county. Please join me in supporting him for Burnet County Commissioner, Precinct 2 on May 22nd. ' FOIl Pol. Ad. Pd. for by Tom Stephens Campaign I II 1!