By Allan Jamail
Galena Park, TX. – September 17, 2018 – The Galena Manor Civic Club at their monthly meeting honored retiring President Eronia “Taggy” Hall. Hall was presented an engraved award by Rosemary Coreathers, the new President thanking her for the 8 years of loyal and faithful service to the civic club.
State Representative Ana Hernandez presented a State of Texas recognition certificate commending President Hall for her positive contributions to the Galena Park citizenry. Former Galena Park Commissioner Barry Ponder said President Taggy Hall was responsible for bringing many issues to the City which resulted in improving the lives of the community.
Hall said she’s truly thankful for the trust the members placed in her and said she appreciated all the work the volunteers had given her in helping make their community a better place to live. She said she’ll never forget the honor she was given to serve as President and will always treasure the memories of her service with so many good folks she’s met and worked with.
President Coreathers kicked-off a new membership drive and wants interested citizens to call her at 832-755-6294 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how they can join the club. New members can come and enjoy the upcoming Christmas Party that’s currently being planned for December.
The civic club meets monthly on the 3rd Monday at 6 PM at the Alvin Baggett Community Center, 1302 Keene Street, Galena Park, Texas. Citizens interested in joining the civic club can come to a monthly meeting to learn the benefits of being a member.