Contacts N' Coffee - Holiday Edition!!
Our Featured Presenter for this Very Special Holiday Edition of our Contacts N' Coffee will be: Mr. Richard Reyes (AKA) Pancho Claus!!
Come hear Mr. Reyes's very inspiring story of giving that has been the foundation of both the man, himself, and the legend of Pancho Claus.
The holidays are simply not complete here in Northside without Pancho Claus! In the spirit of this very special edition of Contacts N' Coffee, we ask that each attendee bring One New and Unwrapped Toy to be dispersed to our Community Partners so that another child in our community will have that present for the holidays that he or she much deserves.
The format for this edition of Contacts N' Coffee will largely be the same as our other ones which include:
An opportunity for each to attendee to introduce themselves and their position, provide the name of the entity in which they represent, what it is that their entity does and also share what entity or entities might make a great referral for them. (To what will,very likely, be a larger audience than what is typical.)
Attendance to Contacts N' Coffee is Free, attendees only pay for their breakfast with the exception of Active Silver Members on up in which their breakfast is covered. (Limited to one representative per company.)
The exception will be that, due to his very busy schedule this time of year, Mr. Reyes will provide his Featured Presentation first (beginning at 8:15AM) instead of near the end. SO, PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME.
In order to see to it that the proper amount of food and coffee are allocated, we ask that attendees please RSVP for this event at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT MR. RICHARD REYES (AKA PANCHO CLAUS)
Richard Reyes is Director of the Cultural Center MECA@Talento Bilingue de Houston. His positions include, Vice-President of the Houston Convention and Visitor’s Bureau Board Member of the Houston Arts Alliance On the Mayor’s Gang Prevention Committee President of the Multi-Cultural Arts Committee of Houston President of the Greater Houston LULAC Council 4967
Richard is the founder of the Talento Bilingue Cultural Center (TBH).
And known in the Houston Area as “Pancho Claus”