Civics Class- OPEN TO ALL AGES- Complimentary lunch

Allen West
Sandee Bryan Marion

 

Meet and Greet Your Public Servants

Come and Learn in a relaxed atmosphere

February 17th 9:45-Noon

 

Please join us on Wednesday, February 17th, 2016, for a very informative and informal Civics class with Mayor Ivy Taylor, State Representative Jason Isaac, Constable Mark Vojvodich AND his police dog, Alvin. Alvin will perform a drug detection and an attach demo.  Alvin was unable to attend the last class. It will be a VERY informative class.  Our speakers will share at our Civics class on Wednesday, February 17th, and take your questions. We start with music at 9:45 am. Mayor's time will be limited with us so you need to arrive promptly by 9:45.  Email Gale at hopegale50@gmail.com  with any questions about the Civics program. Dress code is modest business casual. Email hopegale50@gmail.com with any questions.

 

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Please RSVP by Friday February 12 to give an accurate head count for lunch

 

 

Representative Jason Isaac   

Member PhotoRep. Jason Isaac is a fourth generation Texan who resides in Hays County with his wife, Carrie, and their two boys.
Since his election in 2010, Rep. Isaac has proven to be a knowledgeable and effective legislator. He has passed legislation to assist veterans, protect Second Amendment rights, and strengthen election integrity. He’s dedicated to providing Texans with great schools, an efficient transportation system, and reliable water infrastructure. As a father of two children who attend
public school in Dripping Springs and an advocate for Texas State University, Rep. Isaac is committed to helping our education system operate more efficiently and effectively. With nearly two decades of experience in the trucking industry, he knows that transportation is an essential part of a successful economy. He is unwavering in his commitment to promote responsible spending through lower taxes and has made good on his promise to work to limit the size and scope of government. He understands that a smaller government increases individual freedom, and the Texas Conservative Coalition has named him a “Courageous Conservative” for both sessions that he has served in the Legislature. He also founded the Hill Country Caucus, an organization made up of legislators who are dedicated to promoting and preserving the unique features and resources of the Hill Country.
Rep. Isaac is honored to work for the residents of Hays and Blanco counties.
 
 
Mayor Ivy Taylor

Mayor Taylor began her career working for the City of San Antonio in the Housing and Community Development Department and the Neighborhood Action Department. While at the City, she worked with a variety of neighborhood associations, developers and nonprofit organizations in order to facilitate inner city redevelopment. After six years, she left employment with the City of San Antonio to become Vice President at Merced Housing Texas. At Merced, she worked to create and implement programs to improve family stability for apartment community residents. For six years, Mayor Taylor also lectured at UTSA in the Public Administration Department.

During her tenure on the City Council and as Mayor, she has remained focused on balanced growth throughout our city and targeted investment in areas where opportunities have been limited. She led the effort to bring over $50million in federal funding for revitalization of San Antonio’s Eastside. As Mayor, she and the City Council worked with San Antonio Water Systems to achieve unanimous approval for the Vista Ridge Water Supply project which will help ensure water supply for our growing city.

Mayor Taylor currently serves on the board for Healthy Futures of Texas and Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas. She has served on the City's Planning Commission and as a Commissioner for the City's Urban Renewal Agency (SADA). Mayor Taylor completed the Leadership San Antonio class sponsored by the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, and in 2004 was acknowledged by the San Antonio Business Journal as a "Rising Star" in their "40 under 40" class.

Mayor Taylor obtained a Master's Degree in City and Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1998. In 1992, she received a Bachelor's Degree from Yale University. Mayor Taylor is a devoted wife and a mother.

Mayor Ivy R. Taylor and City Seal

 

Constable Mark Vojvodich and Alvin

Come out on Wednesday  and greet  Alvin. He is back with Constable  Mark Vojvodich. You will have an opportunity to see his dog and his patrol car towards the end of the program. Police dogs are used in many departments across the country. Their duties may include searching for drugs and explosives, searching for lost people, looking for crime scene evidence, and protecting their handlers. Police dogs must remember several hand and verbal commands.

 

 

About Our Program

Our FREE Civics class meets each month at FEAST. The FEAST Civics Coordinator, Gale Sayers, spends many months handling arrangements with local and state politicians and government and civic leaders in preparation for our free Civics Classes. Please honor our guests by coming in business casual attire. No shorts. We ask that skirts or dresses be worn to knee length with no visible undergarments. No hats on male attendees.


Whole families are invited! There are no age limits and parents/grandparents do attend with the children. Students must have at least one parent/adult in attendance unless a special arrangement has been made. Attendance is open to all. Your faithful participation will ensure the success of these events,so please make it a priority on your family’s calendar to be physically present. No writing is required, but personal notes are strongly encouraged. No tests are given. Come out and enjoy a very interactive time with our guests.