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Harvey KronbergHarvey Kronberg, editor of "The Quorum Report" and co-owner of Austin Flag and Flagpole, was the keynote speaker at the South Austin Civic Club 2012 Banquet. He weighed in on Gov. Rick Perry's presidential candidacy and redistricting.
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Bob Wiggins addresses the civic clubLongtime South Austin Civic Club member Bob Wiggins delivers a remembrance of Pascual Piedfort at the club's 2012 Banquet.
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Bob Wiggins remembers Pascual PiedfortLongtime South Austin Civic Club member Bob Wiggins delivers a remembrance of Pascual Piedfort at the club's 2012 Banquet.
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Walter MoreauSouth Austin Civic Club board member Colleen Nance presents a plaque to Walter Moreau for being the Business Person of the Year. Moreau is the executive director of Foundation Communities, a nonprofit that provides affordable housing and tax form preparation.
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Club Treasurer Melissa ConnellySouth Austin Civic Club President Melissa Connelly addressed the audience at the club's 2012 banquet. She would later be named club treasurer.
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Civic Club Board of DirectorsThe 2011 South Austin Civic Club Board of Directors
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The Swearing InJustice of the Peace Susan Steeg swears in the new board of directors of the South Austin Civic Club at the club's 2012 banquet.
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Stephen F. Austin statueThe South Austin Civic Club's latest initiative is to raise funds to erect a statue of Stephen F. Austin to replace a statue that was destroyed in 1995 on South Congress Avenue. A model of the statue was on display at the club's 2012 banquet.
Bob Wiggins addresses the civic club
Bob Wiggins remembers Pascual Piedfort
Club Treasurer Melissa Connelly
Civic Club Board of Directors
The Swearing In
Stephen F. Austin statue
The South Austin Civic Club held its 2012 banquet Jan. 16 at St. Edward's University.
The club honored its business person of the year, Walter Moreau. Moreau is the director of Foundation Communities, a nonprofit that provides affordable housing and tax preparation services.
The event's keynote speaker was Harvey Kronberg, editor of The Quorum Report. He weighed in on Gov. Rick Perry's presidential campaign and the state of Texas redistricting.
The club thanked its 2011 board of directors and swore in its 2012 team.