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Van Horn Advocate


Thursday, Aug. 28, 1997

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Monica Meza is the 15-year-old daughter of Enrique and Crissy Meza.

Miss Meza is a member of the Lady Eagle Volleyball team, a basketball player and is involved with the Pecos Eagle Band.

In her spare time she enjoys talking on the phone, hanging out with friends and playing sports.

Miss Meza stated that she is "very excited to be involved in helping the church celebrate an important event such as the Independence of Mexico."

"I thank all my family, friends and sponsors for helping me with this effort," she said.

Miss Meza has two brothers, Enrique Meza Jr., Ernie Meza; one sister, Cynthia Hinojos and two nephews, Ryan Meza and Paul Anthony Hinojos, Jr. who she enjoys spending time with.

Dutchover named to list

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Ismael Hernandez Dutchover, Jr. was named to the Dean's Honor List at Texas Tech University for the Spring semester.

This recognition is accorded to those students, only, who have attained a grade point average of 3.5 or better during the past semester.He is the son of Ismael and Anita Dutchover of Balmorhea.

Thomasson attends special

summer camp in Kerrville

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Jessica Thomasson, age 12, the child of Gary and Cindy Thomasson of Pecos, recently attended the Texas Lions Club Camp in Kerrville. Sponsored by the Pecos Downtown Lions Club, this camper participated in summer camp activities including horseback riding, swimming, field sports and a challenge course program.

Established in 1949, the Texas Lions Camp has given more than 40,000 children with physical disabilities the opportunity to experience the joys of summer camp. Children between the ages of 7-16 attend at no cost to their parents.

The Texas Lions Camp is a non-profit organization funded by Lions and private donations.

For more information, contact your local Lions club or the Texas Lions Camp at P.O. Box 247, Kerville, Tx. 78029-0247, (830) 896-8500.

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