Columns/Opinions

Tue
30
Jul

Carter thanks everyone

 

Dear Editor,
   I would like to thank everyone who came out and supported me at the benefit on Saturday. The funds raised will greatly assist me in paying my medical bills. 
   A very special thanks to Brenda Martin. She did a tremendous job in planning and organizing the event. 
So much good happens when you “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart” (Proverbs 3). 
Larry Carter
Tue
30
Jul

Thanks for caring, concern

 

Tue
30
Jul

District 1 clean-up thanks

 

Dear Editor,
   On behalf of the City of Cuero I would like to thank the city employees and volunteers who came out to the District 1 clean-up on Saturday, July 27. These individuals worked hard and accomplished a lot. A big thank you goes out to the following merchants who provided breakfast and refreshments during the clean-up: Dairy Queen, H-E-B, McDonald’s, Wal-Mart, and Whataburger. Also thanks to Mayor Meyer for providing donuts for our sweet tooth.
   Once again, thank you to all who participated in the clean-up. You are helping Cuero to be a town we all can be glad to call home.
John Fuqua
District 1 Councilman
Tue
30
Jul

"Be careful what you ask for"

 

Tue
30
Jul

Historical Society thanks council

 

Tue
30
Jul

Veterans thank all who helped

 

Thu
25
Jul

Reitz family thanks all for expressions

 

Dear Editor,
   The family of Dennis Reitz expresses their heartfelt thanks to all who sent cards, plants and flowers, attended the visitation and funeral, and gave a memorial in his memory.  
   Special thanks to Pastor C.B. Suggs for being there for our family during this difficult time and to the wonderful members of St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church and the Weesatche community for providing food and assistance for the reception following the service. The gift or service to others is always very touching and truly appreciated.  
   Thank you to those who served as pallbearers and honorary pallbearers.
Tracie Fielding and family, Maurice Reitz and family, and Janice Gaida and family
Thu
25
Jul

Grace Episcopal Church Fourth of July was wonderful

 

Dear Editor, 
   The Grace Episcopal Church Fourth of July carnvial was a wonderful success this year. On behalf of our church, we would like to thank everyone for helping us to bring this event to the community. 
   Bobby Schley once again led the Young Patriots’ Parade followed by the crowd singing the National Anthem together and reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Everyone was dressed in red, white, and blue and there were lots of smiles and laughter and some good old-fashioned, wholesome, family fun.
Sincerely, 
Kerry Rhotenberry 
Dee Sager 
Grace Episcopal carnival chairs
 
Read more in this edition of the Record.
Wed
17
Jul

Time is right for community improvements

 

Wed
17
Jul

Over 760 barbecued chickens for Green DeWitt

 

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