Texas 21st District Focus: Travis, Kerr, Real, Bandera, Kendall, Comal and Blanco Counties
Here are some Democratic groups and resources in the 21st Congressional District:
Kerr County Democrats:
Our monthly meeting is at 6:15 pm, the 3rd Tuesday of each month usually at the Santo Coyote Cafe, next to the Best Western on Sidney Baker (aka Hwy 16) near Interstate 10. For more information call Brenda Harrison, PhD, County Chair 830.257.2611, or email email@example.com
Texas Democratic Women, Kerr Cty Chapter, meet the first Tuesday of the month, Sept-May, at the Mount Wesley Conference Ctr, 610 Methodist Encampment Rd.
For more information about TDW, call Stephanie Ertel, President, 830.895.9827
Tuesday morning breakfast: 7:00 am at Inn of the HIlls (1001 Junction Hwy near the intersection of Hwy 27 and Harper Rd.)
Friday Luncheon at El Compadre at the Ingram Dam Center, 11:00 am every Friday. This is a casual gathering for great Mexican food and great political discussion.
Democrats of Comal County:
You can join the Yahoo group of the Comal County Democrats here.
First Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. General meeting.
New Braunfels Public Library
700 Common Street
To join as a member sign up here.
For more info: Call 830 608-0881 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bandera County Democrats: Contact County Chair Jill Peterson, tel. 830.688.9642, email: email@example.com
Blanco County Democrats: Contact County Chair Barbara Hudson, tel. 830.868.4219, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kendall County Democrats: Contact County Chair John Weir, tel. 830.755.2387, email: email@example.com
Real County Democrats: Contact County Chair Barbara Veldhuizen, tel. 830.232.6752, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY THROUGH BANDERA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE:
If you want to support clean, safe, AMERICAN energy that produces jobs right here in America, you can buy wind energy through Bandera Electric Cooperative's WindWorks Program:
By investing in another clean source of power, we are investing in our future. But perhaps most important, by taking a leadership role in supporting renewable energy, we are contributing to a healthier environment for this generation ... and the next.
BEC received an overwhelming response from our Members regarding purchasing renewable energy. At your request, we have purchased over 200% more wind energy than in years prior, resulting in a total of 20 million kilowatt-hours (kWh’s) being bought each year. For more information or to sign up for the BEC Wind Works, visit with a Member Accounts Representative at any BEC Business Office, call 866-226-3372, or download this application and fax or mail to:
Bandera Electric Cooperative
PO Box 667
Bandera, TX 78003
BIODIESEL IN THE 21ST DISTRICT:
I also want to highlight Biodiesel stations in and around the 21st District. Biodiesel is less polluting and has a smaller carbon footprint than regular diesel, and is produced right here in the USA. Biodiesel can be used in almost any diesel engine. Up to B20 (a 20 percent blend) any diesel engine, whether car or 18 wheeler or whatever, can use it. Above B20 some older engines may have problems, but newer engines should be ok.
Real Ale Brewing 231 San Saba Ct, Blanco TX, 78606, 830-833-2534, offers B50 (50% biodiesel), CASH CHECK FRIDAYS 2-5PM
Petry Pantry #31, 11102 W Loop 1604 N, San Antonio, TX, 78254, 210-521-8618, Offers B20 (good for ANY diesel engine), CREDIT OK 24 HRS
Petro Pantry #30, 1530 W Loop 1604 N, San Antonio, TX, 78251, 210-521-7698, Offers B20 (good for ANY diesel engine), CREDIT OK 24 HRS
Alamo Biodiesel, 519 Seguin St, San Antonio, TX, 78207, 210-638-9896, Offers B99, CASH/CHECK 8AM-5PM MON-FRI BUT CALL FIRST