Ventanilla de Asesoria Financiera y Proteccion al Patrimonio Familiar - 09/14/17
Maria Martinez, CEO of Border Federal Credit Union and Mexican Consul Carlos Obrador, sign a Memorandum of Understanding to work together to promote financial training to hispanics and Mexican nationals for financial security through savings and investments.
Generosa "Janie" Gracia Ramon
RIBBON CUTTING - val verde county library 9-22-17
CONSULADO MEXICANO - 9-13-17
207 Aniversario De La Independencia de Los Estados Unidos Mexicanos
DRHCC BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTIONS
The DRHCC will hold Board of Directors elections at the October 12 membership meeting. Members in good standing are eligible to seek election to one of the directorships. The DRHCC is an organization of volunteers who are interested in promoting the health and growth of the economy and culture of Del Rio and surrounding areas. Please consider playing an active part in this mission to better our community. Additional information is available from the DRHCC office located at 305 S. Main Street in the Texas Community Bank building.
DRHCC AMISTAD AMBASSADORS
A group of interested and motivated supporters of business and the DRHCC met at the home of Ms. Carmen and Ruben Gutierrez to welcome any volunteers willing to promote new businesses at their inception. Some in attendance included the Honorable Robert Garza, Mayor of the City of Del Rio, Ms. Carmen Gutierrez, Ruben Gutierrez, Dora Alcala, Socorro Ramirez, Yolanda Garcia, Otila Gonzalez, and Ms. Mary Mota who is chairing the group. The Amistad Ambassadors attend ribbon cuttings for new businesses and help attend functions that promote the economy of Del Rio. The Del Rio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Ms. Mota invite you to join the group.
Del Rio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 2017 BUSINESS AWARDS NOMINATIONS
Awards nominations may be made in any of the following six categories:
(1) Businesswoman of the year,
(2) Businessman of the year,
(3) Entrepreneur of the year
(4) Small Business of the year
(30 employees or less),
(5) Large business of the year
(over 30 employees),
(6) Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Advocate of the year.