A message from the mayor: April 2021
By Sara Post Meyer
City of Cuero
There’s much happening in Cuero. City Elections scheduled for Saturday, May 1 are cancelled by the City Council since there were no contested races. Congrats to Bill Matthys, At Large, re-elected, Mitch Adams, District 4, elected, and Emil Garza joining the Council as At Large as Councilman Tony Allen decided not to run. We thank Councilman Allen for his many years of service on City Council to this community.
The Cuero Library Board which includes Vicki Coppedge, Candy Glidden, Cindy Holcomb, Mary Adele Blackwell, Monica Fuqua, Christi Fuchs, and Larry Nuckles will host Mark Collins, aka ‘George Washington and his life’, at the Cuero Municipal Park Clubhouse, April 9, from 7-9 p.m. Librarian Lynn Mixon invites all to view the photograph exhibit by the Shutterbugs at the Public Library throughout April during regular Library hours. Plans for the Summer Reading Program are being confirmed now along with a few classes for those interested in stain glass, Legos, and others. More details to follow.
“The Birth of Cuero and Figures of Captivation” exhibit continues at Cuero Heritage Museum. Museum is open Wednesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Cuero Main Street’s April Farmers’ Market will be Saturday, April 24, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Market Pavilion on Main. Come by for your fresh veggies, a little fun shopping, and great food.
Movie Nights start on the “grass knoll” in the Municipal Park in June! 6/11 The Croods-A New Age will be the first and will start at sundown.
City Projects for the Spring include completion of the renovations at the cemetery with landscaping of new entrances, street and curb work on W. Johnson, W. Cleveland, and W. Thomas, and golf course improvements.
Enjoy the beautiful wildflowers throughout our area particularly in DeWitt County. Pick up the newly revised tour map at the Cuero Chamber of Commerce, 210 E. Main, and find out the several routes and events happening as recognized in the DeWitt County Staycation brochure!