Lynn Scholz, until recently capital budget specialist and staff director of the Budget Committee with the District of Columbia City Council, and Tedson J. Meyers, a senior partner in the Washington law firm of Peabody, Rivlin, Lambert and Meyers, were married last Sunday at the bride's Adirondack summer residence in Keene Valley, N.Y. The Rev. Everett A. Gassett of Keene Valley was the officiating minister and in attendance were Mrs. William H. Boardman Jr. of Boston, marton of honor, Susan Burkhardt of Philadelphia, maid of honor, and David Garth of New York City, the best man.

The bridge, daughter of Mrs. Miguel de Braganza of Pound Ridge, N.Y. and Mr. Henry Scholz Jr. of Roanoke, Va., was recently elected a member of the board of directors of the D.C. Society for Crippled Children, and has also been a member of the National Board of Directors of Trout Unlimited. She trained in architecture at the University of Pennsylvania and served as architectural consultant in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. An alumna of the Chatham Hall School (Va.) and Rippowan School (N.Y.), she graduated in 1967 with a major in anthropology at Bryn Mawer College and was an intern in paleontology with Dr. Louis S. B. Leakey in the Olduvai Gorge, Keny. She also has taught natural history at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, in which city she was an architect in community park and school planning.

A 1953 graduate of Harvard Law School where he was founding president of the Harvard Legislative Research Bureau, Mr. Meyers received a master's in government from New York University and attended Ohio State University and Washington Square College in New York. He was assistant to the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission under Newton N. Minow, served as director of educational television projects; was special assistant to the director of the Peace Corp, and has been a member of the District of Columbia City Council and the Criminal Justice Board. Mr. Meyers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Meyers of Jersey City, N.J., has been married previously and has three children.

The couple will reside in Washington, D.C.