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Linda Null Activity and Membership Coordinator for the Comal County Senior Citizens Center tells Rachel about the German Food Fest Fundraiser at the Senior Center Sept 17th and 24th .

Britt King President of the Downtown Rotary Club tells Rachel about the “Wild Game Dinner” being virtual this year but still raising funds to support out local community.

Alice Jewell CEO the McKenna Foundation talks with Rachel about their commitment to support our community and how they are making plans for the future through he grant-making process.

Jennifer Hernandez Outreach Coordinator for the Westside Community Center updates Rachel on the many services and programs at the WCC and how we can participate and enjoy the community enrichment they provide.

Melissa Krause Chief Communications and Strategy Officer and Andrew Cummings Environmental Affairs Manager at New Braunfels Utilities talk with Rachel about factors causing increased energy use, available resources, and conservation tips.

Barbara Weyland Director of RSVP tells Rachel how they recruit people 55 and older to volunteer in our community in many different avenues.

Monica Borrego Executive Director of the New Braunfels Food Bank tells Rachel about the MEGA Food Distribution scheduled for September 17th at the Tree of Life Church.

Tara Roussette CEO SJRC Texas tells Rachel about their pregnant and parenting teen facility in New Braunfels and how many of those moms have ended up there through sex-trafficking, their 45 bed foster care home in Bulverde - the cost and care it takes to maintain these facilities and how we can

Stephanie Solton Development Director and Antonio Ruiz Executive Director with ReGroup Foundation share with Rachel how ReGroup Foundation helps veterans transition back into civilian life safely and in some cases back into the military. They are also having a charity golf tournament Sept 11th and

Kay Scott Executive Director at The Family Life Center tells Rachel how they help people in our community to get back on their feet through POND ownership in partnership with the United Way.

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