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The Hondo Area Chamber of Commerce last Thursday hosted a party at the South Texas Regional Training Center to allow members of the community to express their appreciation to outgoing City Manager Robert Herrera, his wife and family. Herrera, whose last day on the job in Hondo was April 20, begins work as the new City Manager of Cibolo, Texas on May 1.

Herrera was given a plaque commemorating his nine-year tenure in Hondo, $250 in gift cards to Bass Pro Shop and a framed Thomas Kinkade reproduction oil painting entitled “The Garden of Grace”, which he and his wife unwrapped with the help of their granddaughter, Julianna.

“May God bless Hondo, Texas and all its employees,” he said to a final round of applause. “And, thank you for being friends and acquaintances on behalf of myself and my family members.”

Mayor Danner ended the presentation by noting no public funds had been spent on the evening’s reception and thanking the party’s hosts.

“I would like to express my appreciation to the Chamber of Commerce, (executive director) Erika Blythe, and every who participated” said Danner. “(The Chamber) not only put on the show tonight but also contributed funds for it. I’d like to say there wasn’t a penny of city money spent on this.”

 

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