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What a busy night it was at Blinn College AG complex where the training class met for their last hour of study (Laws, Rules, and Ethics), enjoyed dinner with chapter members, and received their graduation certificates. The 19 new Texas Master Naturalists include: (L to R) Steve Thompson, Gerri Hanten, Ken English, Barbara Boucher, Eric Herbst, Peggy Cadenhead, Ellen Morris, Denise Keller, Susan Vanderworth, Katelin Holliday, Marty Schoenemann, Mike Schumann, Ellis Giles, David Hessel, Lori Hessel, Betty Scardino, Mary-Helen Giles, Lorna Mangus, John Elick. Congratulations!
On Monday January 28, the Gideon Lincecum Chapter welcomed 20 students into the 2019 Training Class. Helping to orient them to the world of Texas Master Naturalists was Mary Pearl Meuth, Assistant State Coordinator for the TMN program. The Master Naturalists in Training will get 40+ hours of coursework and field trips over the next 2 months with Graduation in April. Training Director Deb Hinze will guide them along their journey. When you see some new faces at meetings or as volunteers at projects, welcome them to… Read More →
Our chapter is accepting applications NOW for the Texas Master Naturalist Training Class that begins January 28, 2019. Join us to begin your journey to becoming a Certified Texas Master Naturalist. For all the details and a link to the online application, click on “Training and Membership” (menu above).
It was a full house at the last session of the 2018 training class on April 30th in La Grange. 20 students received their graduation certificates and badges with smiles all around. Congratulations to our newest Texas Master Naturalists! [From left: Jeb Lapeyrolerie (Training Co-director), Annette Holdeman, Rachel Spurr, Rory Johnston, Karen Bookout, Tom Bookout, Amy Nini, Pam Green, Penny Hendrix, Luther Moore, Greg Lecklitner, Jon Watkins, Jamie Lee Manning, Janice Hughes, Karen Gardner, Randy Hegemeyer, John Gardner, Don Hinze, Deb Hilton (Training Co-director), Diana Kies, Robert Youens]… Read More →