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LNB 25th Anniversary Project

Honors Hall

Honors Hall is a unique and important space in the community – used by Leadership classes and the Chamber of Commerce for class days and events, and also by all citizens of the community. It is used by area businesses, non-profits and government entities for community and committee meetings, seminars, receptions, dinners and classes, to name a few.

Honors Hall is a space that may be used by all and, most importantly, a space which honors citizens who made significant contributions to the community of New Braunfels. As such, it should always be experienced in a manner that represents well the professionalism and dedication of those memorialized on its walls. Currently, that is not the case.

The audio visual system is in dire need of an upgrade and there are a number of aesthetic revisions that will be made to modernize the space to make it 21st century-ready. The proposed technological transformation includes (but not limited to) automated drop-down screen with in-closet A/V stack, new sound system and microphones for presenters, and a wall-mounted digital touch panel display. Additionally, lighting and digital sound recording equipment will be installed to allow for filming presenters and classes. This service will be available to tenants as a value-add to using Honors Hall.

This year marks the 25th Anniversary of the Leadership New Braunfels program. The Leadership New Braunfels Alumni Association has chosen to implement a commemorative project that will benefit future LNB classes, as well as the entire community of New Braunfels: Innovate Honors Hall.

The LNB Alumni Association has launched a fundraising campaign to raise the necessary capital to make these important changes. We hope you will see the value in this investment for future generations of New Braunfelsers.

Donations can be made in any amount. Certain sponsorship levels receive recognition on the wall in Honors Hall.Honors Hall

There are a number of sponsorship opportunities available. These sponsorship levels also include any request we would traditionally have made for the annual scholarship fundraiser in the spring. This year’s event will be a gala for which we will sell admission tickets. We will not ask you to sponsor it as a fundraiser.


Platinum Leader (maximum of 4) – $7,500.00

  • Business logo large on wall plaque, visible behind presenters
  • 6 Tickets to LNB Graduation (May 2, 2017) – Speaker: Mike Weddington Formerly of Green Bay Packers

Gold Leader (maximum of 6) – $5,000.00

  • Business logo medium on wall plaque, visible behind presenters
  • 4 Tickets to LNB Graduation (May 2, 2017) – Speaker: Mike Weddington Formerly of Green Bay Packers

Silver Leader – $2,500.00

  • Business name large on wall plaque, visible behind presenters

Bronze Leader – $1,000.00

  • Business name medium on wall plaque, visible behind presenters

Copper Leader – $500.00

  • Business name small on wall plaque, visible behind presenters

Our fundraising campaign will end at the 25th Annual Gala on March 2, 2017. The work will be completed in time for the final Leadership New Braunfels class day on Tuesday, May 2, 2017.

If you have any questions please contact Laurie Wehring at or (830) 608-2806.


Current Sponsors-

Platinum Leader
Property Tax Alliance, Inc.

Silver Leader
LNB Class of 2017
New Braunfels Smokehouse, Inc.

Bronze Leader
The AMMO Group
Courtyard by Marriott River Village/Fairfield Inn & Suites
J & R Gymnastics

Copper Leader
Broadway National Bank
CONNECTIONS Individual & Family Services, Inc.
Farmers Insurance Office of J.P. Kesselring
Farmers Mutual Insurance Agency
First Commercial Bank
Frank and Joyce Yannuzzi
Guada-Coma Mechanical, Inc.
In Memory of James Dunks
Kiesling & Kiesling, P.C.
Lessards Gutters
LNB Class of 2011
Martin Marietta Materials
Miller & Miller Insurance Agency
Natural Bridge Caverns
Property Professionals, Inc.
Raba Kistner Consultants, Inc.
The Retreat Day Spa
Rougeux & Associates PLLC
TCOR Insurance Management
TrustTexas Bank, SSB

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