Three MWISD DI teams won first place at regional competition and will compete in the state tournament April 12-13.
Williams has worked at Bennett's Office Supply for 12 years as purchasing agent, and she spends her free time volunteering for the MWHS drama department, even though her daughters have graduated. She has taught students to sew, put together programs and has helped make props and costumes for productions.
She also volunteers with a number of organizations, including the United Way of Palo Pinto County, where she served on the board, chaired “Dancing With the Stars” and is involved with fundraising and distribution. She also helps with the Texas Frontier Trails organization and serves on the board of Noah's Ark. Williams teaches a women's Sunday school class and children's church at Cornerstone Baptist Church.
Woodring has been employed by Palo Pinto General Hospital for 43 years, where she works as a registered nurse leader and surgical first assistant.
“Susan is a very dedicated business professional to the patients and residents of Palo Pinto County,” Malone said. “She continually strives to be the best, compassionate caregiver to her patients, family and friends.”
The Zonta Club has several local projects, including Meals on Wheels of Palo Pinto County, PPGH, Girls' State, the United Way of Palo Pinto County, Coats for Kids, Relay for Life, annual scholarships, Z-Club, Grace After Fire, Project Graduation, Mineral Wells Center of Life and the Look Good, Feel Better program.
Zonta is all about making a difference.