Speaker Date Topic
Dee Carter, Superintendent of Navarro ISD May 01, 2018
New Elementary School and Student Population Growth
New Elementary School and Student Population Growth
Kyle Kramm May 08, 2018
Seguin Main Street
Seguin Main Street

Kyle Kramm is the Director of Seguin's Main Street program as well as the Convention and Visitor's Bureau. 


Seguin is a Charter Member of the Texas Main Street program, of the Texas Historical Commission, a program dedicated to the economic revitalization of downtown through historic preservation. Seguin's Main Street Program is recognized as an Accredited National Main Street City by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Following the National Main Street's Four Point Approach, Seguin works to revitalize downtown Seguin using Economic Vitality, Design, Promotion and Organization.  Economic Vitality through making the most of a community’s unique sense of place and existing historic assets, harnessing local economic opportunity and creating a supportive business environment for small businesses. Design supports a community’s transformation by enhancing the physical elements of downtown while capitalizing on unique assets that set the commercial district apart.  Through Promotion, downtown is positioned as the center of the community and hub of economic activity. The Organization strategy area mobilizes the resources and partners needed to effectively show measurable outcomes from a Main Street revitalization effort. 

John Martin May 15, 2018 12:00 PM
Visit to Tepehua Clinic - Global Service Project
Visit to Tepehua Clinic - Global Service Project
Tome Walters May 22, 2018 12:00 PM
What keeps the Pentagon up at night?
What keeps the Pentagon up at night?

Lieutenant General Tome H. Walters Jr. was Director, Defense Security Cooperation Agency, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Arlington, Virginia. The agency directs and oversees U.S. foreign military sales, foreign military financing programs, international military education and training programs, and humanitarian assistance and demining programs.

General Walters was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, and graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in 1970. He has served in command and staff positions at Air Force headquarters, the Joint Staff, Air Mobility Command, Air Training Command and Strategic Air Command. General Walters commanded an air refueling squadron, a pilot training operations group and an air refueling wing. He is a command pilot, having flown more than 3,500 hours in air refueling and trainer aircraft, including 100 air refueling support sorties in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War.

Walters retired on July 1, 2004. He has been a member of the Seguin Rotary Club since 2017.

Gaia Orlandi Jun 05, 2018 12:00 PM
Year in Seguin as an Exchange Student
ShelterBox USA Jul 03, 2018 12:00 PM

ShelterBox is a global organization made up of people who believe in shelter as a human right – that shelter from the chaos of disaster and conflict is vital.

When people are plunged into crisis, normality is suspended. But good, quality shelter can cut through the chaos. This is why we provide the tools that enable people to rebuild homes and transform their lives.

We do things differently. We were born different. We started life as a small organization in the UK and have grown to make a big impact across the world. We don’t follow the crowd – we’ve carved our own path that leads straight to the families we support.

Our pledge

We are impatient to see a world where no family is left without shelter when disaster strikes. This drives us to transform the support of our donors, fundraisers and volunteers into the hope and power of families all over the world – the power to rebuild homes, lives and communities.

Our impatience leads to determination. We will do whatever it takes to ensure that no family goes without shelter.

What we do

We put families first. The commitment of our supporters enables us to provide emergency shelter and tools for families robbed of their homes by conflict and natural disaster.

We don’t believe that one size fits all. We work hard to understand the impact of each emergency and the need this creates within individual communities. The equipment we provide, whatever shape it takes, gives people the hope and the power to transform their own lives.