Tx community bank host membership meeting
On July 14, Texas Community Bank hosted our Monthly Membership meeting. Members and guests enjoyed an exquisite traditional Mexican dish, Green Chicken Pozole that was prepared by Irene Garcia Vice President /Financial Services Officer from TCB. Mr. Carlos Ayala Vice President of DRHCC introduced our guest speaker Chris Ryan, Amistad National Recreation Area Superintendent.
Superintendent Chris Ryan presented us with varies poster size pictures and maps of our very own National Park. He’s committed to improving and bringing more tourism to our Amistad Lake. Sylvia Owens, TCB Executive Vice President spoke in regards to the status of the Field of Dreams grant application. She also presented us Explore Del Rio the Oasis of Texas book . Mrs. Sylvia Owens introduced the editor of the Explore Del Rio Book Mr. Sergio Aviles. Mrs. Dora Acala spoke on The International Good Neighbor Council’s “Vegas on the Border” fund raiser event. IGNC also gave away three Vegas on the Border Tickets. Other door prizes were bottles of wine donated by Texas Community Bank. Wright’s @ the Lake Steak House sponsored two $25.00 gift certificates.
DRHCC would like thank to Texas Community Bank for their outstanding hospitality.
del rio 4th of july celebration
The 4th of July two-day event was a success. It was great to see the community come together to celebrate our nation’s birthday. We have received an abundant amount of positive feedback from both locals and visitors who participated. The City of Del Rio would like to thank all the sponsors, food vendors, and workers who made this momentous event possible. We hope all those who attended the 5K, parade, golf tournament, car show, and concerts enjoyed themselves. We look forward to the next one! Ori Fernandez, MBA - Economic Development Director - City of Del Rio
del rio rotary club rodeo
The Del Rio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was one of the proud sponsors of the two-day Rodeo event held by the Rotary Club of Del Rio July 1-2, 2016 at the Val Verde County Fairgrounds. The two nights of family style entertainment were the beginning of the long week-end of celebration organized by the City of Del Rio and its partners with the goal of making this year’s Independence Day celebration the best ever in honor of our country’s birthday!
The rodeo enjoyed maximum participation in all the children’s events and all other rodeo events throughout the evening to the cheers of a capacity crowd. Some members of the Del Rio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce are also active members of the Del Rio rotary Club, which s common occurrence in communities of our size. We all work towards making our community the best that it can be and for this, personal involvement if front and foremost.
DRHCC coming events
There are many activities and events on the horizon for the Del Rio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for the months ahead. As members of this organization, we invite all members to get involved and to participate by volunteering to work on the planning and implementation of different events and/or committees. We are all volunteers with a desire to do everything that we can do to promote local businesses, and in so doing, promote the city that we’re proud to embrace.
The committee for the November Gala is working fast and furious to give you the best Gala event possible. We invite sponsors who have supported us in the past, and businesses that may want to become part of our support group, to work with us. We are as near as your telephone or your computer. 830-488- 7422 or email@example.com
A big welcome to new members Ms. Mikie Baker of Texas Public Radio , 8401 Datapoint Ste. 800, San Antonio, Texas
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