HEB ISD Student Career Fair Announced: Employers Invited to Attend

heb-isd-career-fair-employer-invite_050117-030301The Buinger Career & Technical Education Academy will be hosting a HEB ISD Student Career Fair on February 16, 2017 and they are looking for community organizations to join them. If your company or organization is looking to hire high school students, we would like for you to consider registering for this event.

This event will be held at the Buinger CTE Academy located at 1849 Central Drive Building E in Bedford.  The fair will run from 3:00pm-5:00pm on Thursday, February 16.

If interested, you can register online by using this registration link.

For more information, please contact Mariana Royer, MOL, 817-399-2038. Thank you again for investing in our students and helping us raise student achievement.



Chef Roni of Results Kitchen Headed to Standing Rock

chef-roni-teepeeRoni Mathis of Results Kitchen in Hurst joined the HEB Chamber earlier this year, and recently announced that she will be taking time during the holidays to travel to Standing Rock, ND.  Roni is volunteering her services to help feed the people in this community. She will be sleeping in a tipi and learning to feed people in the “old way” of Native American cooking.

Roni plans to be gone through the first of the year; about 4 weeks or so (or longer if she is needed – Results Kitchen will be closed during this time).

Propane is the biggest need in this tent-kitchen right now. Roni asks that you consider donating a propane refill. It’s just $20 and will help fuel a burner for about 5 days. You can do so at www.paypal.me/ChefRoni

For more information about the Results Kitchen and Roni’s upcoming adventure, check her Facebook page.

Shaw named HEB Chamber’s November Member of the Month

Susan Shaw - Shaw InsuranceSusan Shaw of the Shaw Insurance Agency was recently recognized as the HEB Chamber Member of the Month for November, 2016.

Susan is very involved in the Chamber, serving as both an Ambassador and as a member of the WILD steering committee. She routinely makes time to attend ribbon cuttings and luncheons; and is always ready to help out in a variety of other small ways. What’s more, she has a wonderful attitude, always bringing with her a warm smile.

Come Read with Me Opens in Euless

img_1567Come Read with Me recently opened in Euless, Texas, and the HEB Chamber of Commerce was on hand on Monday to help them celebrate with an official ribbon cutting!

Come Read with me is a life-long learning center for amazing adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  The organization strives to support the participants long-term cognitive strength through life-long learning.

Their website has much more information about their mission and goals, and you can access it here: comereadwithme.us.

They have a wishlist they are actively promoting right now, so if you feel moved to contribute with your time, talents or treasures, please consider the following:

Laminating machine
1 month scholarship
Teach a Class
Prepare a meal
Carpet for Hall
Task Chair
Portable Washer/Dryer
Vacuum Cleaner
Small Freezer
USB Mouse

Monetary donations are always greatly appreciated.  Come Read with Me is a qualified 501(c)3 organization, and donations can be made securely via PayPal here.  Instructions on donating with a check can be found here.


Kevin Ball Named HEB Chamber’s October Member of the Month

Kevin Ball of KB Handyman and Home Services was recently named the October Chamber Member of the Month.

kevin-ball-october-member-of-the-monthThe honoree for October was an easy choice, because he worked so hard during the month on behalf of the Chamber’s community efforts.  He served as captain of the Chamber team that participated in 6 Stones Mission Network’s fall CPR event. He helped organize the team, and surveyed the house where the team would be working.  This was critical to be done in advance to determine what needed to be done.  Kevin also provided many of the tools used during the scope of the project.

It’s important to note, that he didn’t just supervise the operation, he was very much a hands-on leader.  Kevin worked hard both days, helping cut trees, clear debris and much more.  He’s a great handyman, and an outstanding Chamber member.  Thank you for your many efforts, Kevin!  The Chamber and its members appreciate you!

Support the Century Club!

The HEB Chamber’s “new” building is now 12 years old. Equally impressive, our mortgage is just $30,000.  We’d like to pay off that small amount now, before interest rates start rising.  That’s why we have created our Century Club.  We are seeking just 100 people, each of whom will contribute just $300 to help pay off the mortgage.  Each contributor will be recognized on a donor recognition plaque which will be displayed in the Chamber’s lobby.  This is a great chance to leave a legacy with the Chamber – won’t you be a part of our Century Club?  To learn more, please contact Mary Frazior.

Watch our invitation video below, and hear from some other Century Club Members:

Nominations Open for HEB Chamber’s 2016 Member Awards

The HEB Chamber’s Annual Awards serve to recognize the accomplishments of HEB Chamber Members, Member Businesses, and Outstanding Individuals in the community.

You, our Chamber members, are the best source of information about the accomplishments of other Chamber members and businesses. Please take a moment to complete the nomination form with your nominations and return it to the Chamber. Winners will be awarded at the Chamber’s Awards Luncheon on Friday, January 13, 2017.

Deadline for all nominations is November 23, 2016.

HEB Chamber Recognizes What’s Poppin’ Texas Team as Members of the Month

Whats Poppin Texas sue Schulz and Ruth BurnsCongratulations to the HEB Chamber’s September and October Members of the Month: Sue Schulz and Ruth Burns of What’s Poppin’ Texas.

Sue and Ruth worked very hard to support the Chamber over the last couple of months. They’ve brought in new members and were heavily involved in the Birthday Bash, donating auction items, helping secure additional items and even helped with setting up the event. They work very well together, which isn’t surprising, because they also work together in their business.

If you’ve ever asked yourself, “I wonder What’s Poppin’?” then head to Central Dr in Bedford and find out or click here to review their website.

Your Vote Counts! Early Voting Begins October 24!

Your vote counts

One of our rights and privileges as U. S. citizens is the right to vote on the officials who represent us in Tarrant County, Austin, Texas and Washington, D.C.

Early voting for the November 8 general election for county, state and national offices will be October 24 through November 4:

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday, October 24-28

7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Saturday, October 29

11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Sunday, October 30

7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Monday – Friday, October 31-November 4

Voting locations in the Hurst, Euless, Bedford area include:

Bedford Public Library, 2424 Forest Ridge Drive, Bedford

Euless Public Library, 201 N. Ector Drive, Euless

Hurst Recreation Center, 700 Mary Drive, Hurst

Northeast Courthouse, 645 Grapevine Highway, Hurst

In addition to the presidential and vice presidential seats, this election includes
U. S. Representatives, State Representatives, State Railroad Commission, Texas Supreme Court and other judges, County Sheriff, Tax Assessor Collector and constables.
If you miss early voting, vote on Election Day, Tuesday, November 8.

Exercise your right to vote!


Mary Martin Frazior, IOM, CCE

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