Rotary Club of Kerrville, Texas                  Chartered February 26, 1926                               District 5840

Club Information

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Kerrville!


Service Above Self

We meet In Person & Online
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
The Kerrville Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center
201 Holdsworth Drive
Kerrville, TX 78028
United States of America
Join us on Zoom!
Satellite Club Meeting
Satellite Club Meeting--THIRD TUESDAY of every month
5:15 p. m. Meet and Greet, 5:30 p. m. Meeting
Red Cross Building, 333 Earl Garrett St., Kerrville
Click the Link to watch a replay of our October 28th meeting with Radio Personality Richard Lee who spoke about his 50 year radio career!  
  Bob introduces our guest speaker                                     District Governor Xavier Tonson
Xavier was telling the group about Rotary needs to open new opportunities, Stay Positive.
 Get more folks in rotary! Creating new clubs. Think outside the box, Create more satellite clubs to get younger people into Rotary.
 Have clubs support more Rotaract Clubs. This effort should be directed to all clubs.
 Rotary needs to solve tough global problems, Water, Glasses, Social injustices., Need more resources
 Clubs need to hold strategic plan meetings to see where club is heading! Need surveys to see what members ideas are
 Selection of new members carefully, insure they have great sprits, and value alignments similar to ours.
 Need to take care of members needs, reach out to them. Make sure they have the tools & resources they need!
  And of course End Polio! Only two countries still have polio in the world. Afghanistan and Pakistan.
 The event went off with out a hitch! Or at least nothing we could not overcome.
Jimmy, David & Zach all helped get together Ice, beer & things from storage
 Tammy Opened the meeting                                            Doug gave all some facts about the fight against Polio
Bob Schmerbeck along with Doug were heading up this event! Great Jobs guys!!!
 Kristi & Stephanie at the check in!! Looking good!
 Sausage made by Salvation Army. They were great!
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Clint introduces Mayor Bill Blackburn to Noon Rotary Club in Kerrville


About Bill

Get to know Bill

Bill Blackburn is a retired Baptist minister who has resided in Kerrville for over 30 years. Bill and his wife Deana, a retired schoolteacher, have two children -- Cara and Carter -- and are blessed with eight grandchildren.

Bill has been a public servant his entire life. Ordained to the Christian ministry in 1972, he served as a pastor in various capacities and locations until his retirement in 1999. Bill led the congregation of Trinity Baptist Church from 1984 to 1999.

Upon his retirement, he did not go quietly into the night. Bill founded Partners in Ministry, a nonprofit organization focusing on the needs of children, youth, and the poor in Kerr County. He has also been involved with numerous organizations in the hill country area:

  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Christian Assistance Ministry (CAM)
  • New Hope Counseling Center
  • Christian Women's Job Corps
  • Christian Men's Job Corps
  • Doyle School Community Center
  • St. Peter Upon the Water Retreat Center
  • Western Hills Baptist Church
  • Sunrise Baptist Church
  • Soul Cafe
  • Salvation Army Advisory Board
  • Kerrville State Hospital Advisory Board
  • Leadership Kerr County Steering Committee
  • Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country
  • Long Range Facilities Committee of the Kerrville Independent School District
  • Peterson Regional Medical Center Foundation
  • AACOG Criminal Justice Advisory Committee

Bill's community service continues to this day, and he continues to be involved in local government. He was the vice chairman of the 2002 Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee for the City of Kerrville. He also served on the Kerr Economic Development Foundation.

For his community service, in 2006 he was awarded the inaugural “Spirit of Texas Award” by the Kerr County Bar Association.

In September, 2007, Dr. Blackburn was named “Citizen of the Year”
by the Kerrville Daily Times and the Kerrville Area Chamber of Commerce.




Rev. Dr. Blackburn received his undergraduate education at Baylor University, a Masters of Divinity and Doctor of Philosophy from Southwestern Baptist Seminary, and pursued post-doctoral studies in biblical studies, medical ethics, and psychology at Oxford University in England.


Dr. Blackburn is the author of five books with chapters in five more, and over 200 magazine, journal, and newspaper articles. One of his books, What You Should Know about Suicide, has been translated into Chinese. He has just finished a book entitled What Can You Expect of the Pastor?

For eight years, he has been a columnist for the Kerrville Daily Times. He was previously a columnist for the Bryan-College Station Eagle (TX). His columns for the Kerrville Daily Times will be published in book form as The Effective Nonprofit Organization.


Dr. Blackburn has taught, led conferences, and preached in sixteen states and six foreign countries. He has appeared on over sixty radio and television shows.


Blackburn was a Garrett Teaching Fellow at Southern Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, as a Ph.D. student. He has been a visiting
professor at the same seminary. He was an adjunct field instructor for the Center for Studies on Aging at the University of North Texas and has served as an adjunct professor at Schreiner University. He has also served as a visiting professor and Doctor of Ministry supervisor at the George W. Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University.



Accomplishments as Mayor:

  • Restored an air of respect, civility and productivity to City Council
  • Active participation, leadership and approval of the Kerrville 2050 Comprehensive Plan
  • Provided leadership for collaborative task force in addressing community disruption caused by COVID-19 pandemic
  • Pursued multiple economic development opportunities, creating new jobs, new capital investment and additional housing
  • Accelerated paving and repair of 277 miles of city streets
  • Completed reworking of Zoning Code and Sign Ordinance
  • Supported River Trail extension to Schreiner University, development of Sports Complex, revitalization of Arcadia Theater
  • And more, all with... No increase in tax rate!

Governing Principles

Bill has identified several principles of good governance that he will strive to embody as mayor. Many of these principles are also identified in the City of Kerrville's Comprehensive Plan Vision Statement for 2018. The principles that Blackburn has identified are as follows:

  • Clarify and build on a commonly accepted vision of the city
  • Mayor and Council set policy, provide oversight, and leave day to day management to staff
  • Hold to a limited role of government and fiscal responsibility as seen in priorities set
  • Balance property rights and the common good
  • Invite and promote involvement of citizens in seizing opportunities and solving problems
  • Promote safety through wise, appropriate, and enforced laws
  • Maintain and set policies that ensure smooth, efficient, and safe flow of people, traffic, water, wastewater, and revenue
  • Maintain a positive environment for business to operate within
    clear, consistent, and reasonable regulations
  • Cooperate and collaborate with Kerr County and the other local governments in the county
  • Protect and promote beauty in the natural and built environment, and preserve the history of the area and historic places
  • Maintain excellent city staff by providing fair compensation and benefits, continual training, and support and encouragement
  • Carry out all duties in an ethical, legal, honest, and transparent manner
 Bill presented his accomplishments so far during his term as Mayor of Kerrville. He also answered questions ask during the question and answer time.
Clint flipped a coin and Mayor Bill Blackburn won the toss. He elected to have David Baker go first.

 David Barker has over 40 years of cumulative experience in a broad range of businesses including engineering, construction, manufacturing, project management, procurement, finance and accounting, emergency planning, business restoration, start-up, testing, quality assurance and control. He also taught project management at two universities. He has exceptional skills in several engineering disciplines in addition to physics, chemistry and metallurgy. Most recently Mr. Barker started The Barker Consulting Group which provided a broad range of professional business services to many industries primarily focusiing on management challenges and business improvement processes. He is considered an expert in project management, organization, execution and in turnaround assignments across many disciplines for projects that are identified as global in scale.

David was previously employed for 10 years at Dril-Quip, Inc. where he held several key positions as head of Savannahmanufacturing, project management and the Aftermarket Business Unit where he supervised over 500 highly skilled engineers and technicians. As Director of the Aftermarket Business Unit he was responsible for the overall aftermarket support and services which included customer refurbishment projects, capital drilling equipment repair and recertification and field life management services. Additional responsibilities included global service for rental tools, writing of technical service manuals, personnel training and certification of field service technicians.

SoTex Nuclear ProjectPrior to joining Dril-Quip, Inc., Barker had a progressive career in the nuclear power field working on the NS Savannah Program, the world's first nuclear powered commercial vessel. He served as Project Manager on the South Texas Nuclear Project for Houston Lighting and Power Company and was a key manager in bringing the plant to its current operable status where he was directly responsible for 600 employees and as many a 10,000 sub-contractor employees. In addition, he managed major architectural and construction programs on large commercial real estate projects throughout the state as well as several coal fired electric generating stations for the Reliant Energy family of companies (HL&P and CenterPoint Energy). In these assignments his career was progressive rising to the level of COO of CenterPoint Energy Management Services. The Chairman of Reliant Energy at that time identified his career as being distinguished and exemplary. Mr. Barker also worked for the H.B. Zachry Company in San Antonio, Texas prior to joining HL&P.

TowerMr. Barker has a BS in mechanical engineering and MS in nuclear engineering from Texas A&M University and an Executive MBA from Penn State University. Prior to enrolling at Texas A&M University in 1964 Mr. Barker received his AA degree in engineering from Schreiner Institute in Kerrville, Texas. He is also a registered professional engineer. David also completed the Executive Development program at The University of Idaho.



At this time in Kerrville's history when we are facing difficult challenges, it is my goal to bring 40+ years of business and technical experience and work with the Council & City Manager to produce long-term viable solutions.

  • We must ensure a safe, long-term water supply based on sound engineering and financial practices.
  • We must have responsible growth across all sections - including residential & commercial - benefiting ALL citizens.
  • We must be innovative, and open to the public, when considering all real estate developments - and certainly not at the expense of our existing residents and taxpayers.
  • Kerrville's infrastructure is in need of immediate attention as well as the development of a long-term capital improvement plan.
  • I propose an objective review of the recent LONG-TERM WATER SUPPLY PLAN to ensure proper supply and safety concerns are understood and presented clearly to the public.
  • All annual budgets proposed by the many city departments must be carefully prepared and based upon ongoing needs, while taking into account new operating and maintenance requirements.
  • The Council has a duty to ensure that all funds are consistent with the annual approved budget. The conduct of the Council must be in accordance with all Texas Governmental Codes.
  • Work with the City Council and City Manager to improve intergovernmental relationships.
  • We must assure cost effective use of long-term debt.

    He presented his plan for Kerrville if elected. Answered questions during question and answer time for both.

The program last Wednesday was the Hill Country College Fund. Each year, funds are raised to help deserving area students pay for tuition at Schreiner University. 
Schreiner University President Charlie McCormick provided opening remarks and noted there are several new and exciting things on campus. Schreiner Institute is a new program designed to help students obtain a military academy appointment. Dr. Frazier leads a new program called The Texas Center, aimed at educating students and the community about all things Texas. And, the new section of the river trail in Kerrville now has a trailhead at Schreiner University. Although not yet open due to Covid-19, there will be a beer garden and gathering pavilion for students and residents alike at the trail head.
Mark Tuschak, Vice President for student recruitment, provided some history of the Hill Country College Fund.  He explained that Karen Kilgore, who will retire this May from Schreiner University, had the original dream of the college fund forty one years ago, and it has helped many students who otherwise could not afford to go to Schreiner. 
We heard from three inspiring students who expressed their appreciation to all who donate to the fund.
Annie Wallace is a sophomore Sports Management major. She plays softball and likes being in a small school environment where she can be involved in numerous campus activities, including student government.
Chris Flores is a first year student. He is a great example of a non traditional student, who worked first and now is attending college. Chris overcame a lot of adversity in his life, is a psychology major, and helps out as a shelter monitor at the Salvation Army.
Miranda Spires really appreciates the HCCF because along with the G.I. Bill,  it allows her to concentrate solely on school.
Please consider helping deserving students at our hometown University:
Click the Link to Watch a Replay of our Rotary Mtg. on 9/30/2020.
Our speaker was Representative Andrew Murr.  He shared information about his term as our representative as well as information about what the next legislative session may look like.  He answered many questions from participants and thanked everyone for his support over the past years.   
Clint Mores introduced our guest                                      Representative Andrew Murr
  Representative Andrew Murr was first elected in 2014 to represent District 53 in the Texas House of Representatives. The district includes Bandera, Crockett, Edwards, Kerr, Kimble, Llano, Mason, Medina, Menard, Real, Schleicher and Sutton Counties. An eighth generation Texan, he was raised on a ranch in Kimble County, and attended school in Junction.
  Representative Murr attended Texas A&M University, receiving a bachelor degree, summa cum laude, in Agricultural Development with an emphasis in economics and policy. Following graduation, he worked toward his master's degree at A&M and earned his teaching certification, completing his student teaching in Mason. He subsequently graduated with highest honors from Texas Tech University School of Law. In 2008, Representative Murr was elected Kimble County Attorney. However, he was appointed to the position of County Judge, due to a vacancy, before he was sworn in. His kids are twelve and one year old.
 Legislature of the State of Texas, operating under the biennial system, convenes its regular sessions at noon on the second Tuesday in January of odd-numbered years. The maximum duration of a regular session is 140 days. There are appoxmently 9 to 12 thousand ideas for bills brought up every session. Only about 20% get passed
The Texas budget shortfall of about 2 billion dollars. This was due the the Covid-19 shutdown. 
The speaker of the house is retiring and Andrew is not looking to fill that positio
He sponsored House Bill HB-297

AUSTIN— Today, the Texas House passed HB 297 which would eliminate the school districts’ maintenance and operations property tax and replace it with a more efficient sales tax.

“Texas’ economy is the strongest in the country — owing in large part to the commitment of policymakers to the Texas Model and strong conservative fiscal leadership,” said Kevin Roberts, Ph.D., executive director of the Texas Public Policy Foundation. “HB 297, if paired with fiscal restraint in budgeting, would sustain our prosperity.”

HB 297 would establish an interim committee to study the most effective way to move from a maintenance and operations property tax to a sales tax system by January 1, 2022.

“The Foundation has long supported the elimination of property taxes in favor of a less burdensome sales tax system,” said Vance Ginn, Ph.D., senior economist and director of the Center for Economic Prosperity at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. “The Texas House’s passage of HB 297 provides an excellent opportunity to eliminate nearly half of the costly property tax burden along with almost all of the disliked Robin Hood system. This legislation should make its way through the process and to the Governor’s desk so there can be a robust discussion during the interim of how to make Texas an even greater economic juggernaut for prosperity.”


Interested in Ways and Means committee, Jurist and Criminal prudence.

Questions ask Will Texas ever get gambling? He said not at this time

Early voting starts Oct 13th thru 30th.

His director in the Kerrville office is one of our own Kellie Early
U.S. Congressman Chip Roy visited our Rotary Club last Wednesday via zoom, and gave an overview of current affairs in Washington. He has been focusing on the fiscal year end and is working with the other members on a funding plan for the government through December. 
Recent highlights of legislative action and answers to some questions:
Congress passed successful funding of the PPP bill last June, and they are now working on expediting the forgiveness part of the loans to businesses.
The President will (and now has) nominated a Supreme Court judge Amy Coney Barrett.
Riots, protests: The federal government can step in to help quell riots if federal property is threatened. Private citizens can sue if states don't protect citizens life and property.
Fracking: He is concerned about the recent attempts to limit or ban fracking, because this could affect jobs in the oil and gas industry in Texas.
Donna Peterson has been busy awarding Paul Harris Fellow awards to several Rotarians:
Congrats to Rhonda Sanford (Paul Harris +3) and Stephanie Miller (Paul Harris +2)
And congrats to David Rittenhouse (Paul Harris +7) and Robin Miears (Paul Harris +6)
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Dr. Samantha Gomez Ngamsuntikul, Associate Medical Director at BioBridge Global, was part of the team that implemented the Brothers in Arms program to bring lifesaving blood transfusions to seriously injured patients in San Antonio and South Texas. 
The subsidiaries of BioBridge are follow the link
Witch includes the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center.
Dr. Gomez talked about since the pandemic started less folks are giving blood. This increases the urgency of blood donations. The Blood center is down to like 2 days supply. 
Dr. Gomez talked about convalescent blood drive. This is taking blood from people that have recovered from
recovered from COVID-19. This blood can be used to help cure people that have COVID-19. For more info
She also talked about antibodies both A and B. to find out more about antibodies see
Dr. Gomez also has advise about giving blood if you are nervous.
* Hydrate
* make sure you eat
* get a good nights sleep
* talk to the tech
Once you get there you will go thru a mini physical, iron count, blood pressure and the like.
then you will have to answer questions.
Its not that hard, I have given over 100 units.
Darrell Beauchamp, the executive director of the Museum of Western Art, provided the program last Wednesday. The Museum opened in 1983 as the Cowboy Artists of America, with works on display by the Cowboy Artists of America. In 2003, the museum changed its name to the Museum of Western Art to expand the type of art and artists in this genre, including women artists and Native American artifacts. 
The Museum closed in March and April due to COVID-19, but reopened in May.
There is a lot to see at the museum, and here's a list of the 2020 exhibition line up:
A few examples of the work you can enjoy:
The annual Exhibition and Sale is coming soon (limited to 150 persons):
So, consider supporting this fine museum by touring the exhibits and art, being a member or business sponsor, attending the Gala, and getting the word out about this gem in our backyard.
Polio Event
Our "Hill Country Families Ending Polio" event committee is working very hard to get ready for our event scheduled for Oct. 24 - World Polio Day - at the River Star Park Pavilion.
This is a family event, scheduled from 3-7 p.m. We will be offering food, drinks, music, games, a silent auction and much more. This outdoor venue will allow for social distancing and masks will be worn.
Our Co-chairs, Bob Schmerbeck and Doug Whinnery are working hard obtaining sponsors for the event and organizing committee members to make this event special.
It will be a wonderful celebration of Rotary International's 35-year effort to rid the world of the poliovirus and we will do our part by raising funds on this special day. Don't forget, every dollar that we submit to RI will be matched 2-to-1 by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Please plan to attend, sponsor or donate. To do so, please contact Bob at or Doug at 
In-person meetings
I will be meeting with John at the Kroc Center to begin planning for in-person meetings for our club. We will work diligently on providing a safe way to reunite the many, many club members who are wanting to resume in-person meetings.
Please note, we will not return to the Kroc Center unless we can offer a dual platform of both in-person and virtual meetings, by simultaneously Zooming to those members who do not feel comfortable in attending.
I will report back when I know more. If we can meet all of the safety requirements, we will be back at the Kroc Center in November.
Veterans Breakfast
Our club will once again host a Veterans' Breakfast event on Nov. 6 at the Hill Country Veterans Center to honor our local active military and military veterans in advance of Veterans' Day.
You are invited to join us from 8-9:30 a.m. Masks and social distancing will be required.
Super Ball
President Elect Jeff Harris has begun meeting and planning for our February 2021 Super Ball event. This one event provides all the necessary funds for our many service projects each year, so please pray for him, support him and answer the call for help when he issues it.
Because of the pandemic, he and his committee are planning for an in-person event, with contingency plans in place to provide for the fundraising our club needs in case we cannot host an in-person event. 
We will report more when details are available, but please know we will need your help!
I will see you soon!
There were over 40 folks at the Zoom meeting
Richard Lee Oct 28, 2020
My 50 Year Radio Broadcasting Career
Dr. Donald Frazier Nov 04, 2020
Treue der Union
Joe Davis, New Tivy Basketball Coach Nov 11, 2020
Preview of Upcoming Season
Karen Taylor Nov 18, 2020
No More Recycling. Now What?
Sheriff Rusty Hierholzer Nov 25, 2020
My Time as Kerr County Sheriff
Clint Morse introduced our guest speaker                      Dan Wheat
Dan started Rotary 65 years ago in Beaumont Texas. Dan did point out that out of that time there was 3 years he did not attend Rotary since they were living in a small town. Dan is the correct man to tell us about fires.
He has been in 3 different fires in 3 different hotels.
Dan noted that the decision to flee or hunker down can be made for Hurricanes, Tornados, Floods or Fires like going on in California. He told us about when he and family we staying at the Conrad Hilton Hotel the time it caught on fire. The hotel had 1,544 rooms and 30 floors. It a grand place for sure. In 1928 the Oscar's were held there. After falling on hard time it was used as a Technical training school for the US Army Air Corp. The Democratic National Convention was held there in 1968.
January 26th 1970 about 6:45 Dan heard fire trucks in the distance. They stopped at the hotel and started going in. They were on the 13th floor and brother and family were on the 19th floor. They then started to head to elevators. One opened and they started down. When they got to lobby they went outside to see what's going on. They saw ropes made of bed sheets hanging out windows. The ladders only went up to 7th floor and the fire was on the 9th floor. The brother was going to start down the outside stairs that were bolted to building. They passed fireman going up with hoses to put out fire on 9. When they finally made it to the lobby they met up with Dan and family.
There was a group of 40 deaf kids from a school staying at the hotel with only one chaperone. Wow they were good boys and all but two made it safely out of the building. These two were the only victims in the fire. See the links below the hear their stories.
After thinking about taking the elevator to get down Dan says that's not a good idea. These days just wait in your room until someone comes to rescue you, or take the stairs. It's a very good idea to find the stairs close to your room when you check into anywhere.
Tivy High School football coach David Jones provided the program on the upcoming season of football and other sports. Plans have been made and remade over the last six months, and we are now finally nearing the start of the season. Tivy football starts out with a tough pre-season, with Dripping Springs on September 25th, Calallen follows and then Killeen Shoemaker as their home opener.
The football team will be able to start practicing in pads on September 7th, and on the 12th they'll have an inter squad scrimmage. Although some schools have experienced a decline in the numbers of players, Tivy has seen an increase from about 150 players last year to 175 players this year. This is the second largest number since David Jones has been here. In addition to the varsity, there is a junior varsity and two freshman teams, with 11 coaches.
The football players are scanned each day before practice, and are asked a series of questions about COVID-19. In addition to those precautions for the players, the football tickets for fans will only be available online, and at a reduced capacity. The home side usually accommodates 3,000 to 4,000 fans, but with limited seating and proper spacing, there will be only about 1,300 fans. Live streaming of the games will be available for the first time this year due to the pandemic.
So, support the local teams, either in person or watch the game live. Go Antlers!
There will be a blood drive coming soon, and details will follow.
The Labor Day Walk-A-Fun is scheduled for Labor Day, September 7th, and has been adjusted to meet the requirements of the City of Kerrville amid COVID-19 concerns.
It will be at Louise Hays Park, and Rotarians will be handing out cold water and sharing the story of Rotary  from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.. We will be able to post our awareness signs along the River Trail and hand out invitations to NEXT YEAR'S EVENT! We will not have groups of more than 10 people and will be wearing masks and following CDC guidelines for social distancing.
Service Above Self Award
In early August we presented the "Service Above Self Award" to Maggie Rector, a Kerr County 4-H student as part of KC 4-H annual awards night. Maggie was selected by her peers to receive the award, which is based on the Rotary motto. She was unable to attend the awards banquet, so we recently met to take a photo to commemorate the event.
Maggie has performed nearly 100 service hours, even during a Pandemic and is an active member of three local service organization boards, in addition to volunteering on many levels. It was an honor to meet her.
'Thank You' note received
We recently received a "Thank You" note from scholarship recipient Liz Twiss. I want to share with each of you her words to our club. She wrote:
"Kerrville Rotary Club, 
Thank y'all so much for your generous scholarship! I appreciate it way more than you think! Without your generosity, college would be even tougher. Thank you for seeing the grit in me to pursue my dreams, while positively representing y'all. I promise to give nothing but my best in consideration for y'all. Thank you again.
Liz Twiss"
Concession Stand help needed
Past President Stephanie Miller has asked for help manning the Ingram Tom Moore High School concession stand on Friday nights during home football games.
She would appreciate help from membership or businesses. Volunteers can wear club or business shirts for visibility. It would mean a lot to her and the athletes to receive some help.
If you or your business would like to provide the assistance she is requesting, please contact her at
What could be better than spending a night at a high school football game?
Prayers go to all the area teams who are starting their seasons,
Marta introduces our guest.
Donald SFrazier is the Director of The Texas Center at Schreiner University in Kerrville,
Don is really motivated to teach all Texans about all aspects of Texas.
His Texas History courses for the general public can be found at He is the award-winning author of books on the American Civil War, Texas History, Military History, and the US-Mexican Borderlands.

Don wants to look into Texas past, Present and then plan for the Future. 
1 Determine how Texas works, Business, Jobs and Technology.
2 Learn about Music, Art & Recreation in Texas.
3 History and culture and instead of teaching 80 kids in a class he now has 26 million folks, of all of Texas.
STATE HOUSE PRESS moved to its new location, The Texas Center at Schreiner University, this summer. It was formerly located in Austin and Abilene. The publishing imprint of The McWhiney History Education Group, State House Press is part of the Texas Book Consortium led by Texas A&M University Press and its books are available wherever books are sold.
With all these additions Studio, Podcast, and Multimedia The Center can get the message out to everyone.
Don used the term weaponize to denote that they have all the tools to get the message to the public.
Don wants to get 300 folks committed to support the Texas Center. Sort of like the original 300 folks Austin signed up tp come settle Texas.
Guy Overby presented the inductees for the Tivy Athletic Hall of Fame for this year. Potential members can be either athletes, coaches or an avid supporter. 
The three inductees this year are basketball star Jacqueline Overby Brummett, Avid Supporter Stuart Cunyus, and Football star Marty Jefferson. Thank you to Guy for a great program!
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Dr. Donald Frazier
Nov 04, 2020
Treue der Union
Joe Davis, New Tivy Basketball Coach
Nov 11, 2020
Preview of Upcoming Season
Karen Taylor
Nov 18, 2020
No More Recycling. Now What?
Sheriff Rusty Hierholzer
Nov 25, 2020
My Time as Kerr County Sheriff
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Dec 09, 2020
Dec 16, 2020
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