The Chamber (Schertz-Cibolo-Selma Area) has been
awarded Accreditation status as one of the best-run
Chambers in America. Notified by the U.S. Chamber
of Commerce,The Chamber was awarded the
3-Star designation on March 6, 2018, putting it in the
top 3% of Chambers in the nation! Accreditation is
one of the highest honors bestowed on Chambers
that support pro-growth and economic policies at
the federal, state and local levels.
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Hal Baldwin 6th Annual Golf TournamentName: Hal Baldwin 6th Annual Golf TournamentDate: November 4, 2018Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM CSTEvent Description:
The City is hosting the Sixth Annual Hal Baldwin Scholarship Golf Tournament November 4, 2016 to raise funds for the scholarship. Sponsor levels are available for our golf tournament, as well as golf teams. We hope you will partner with the City in this great cause.
The Hal Baldwin Scholarship encourages young people to consider public service and is named after the Schertz mayor who has given 30 years of service to the city. As Schertz residents since the 1960s, Mayor Baldwin and his wife Barbara watched the city grow from 5,000 residents to nearly 35,000 and become San Antonio's largest suburban city. Baldwin, a retired Air Force Senior Master Sergeant, served Schertz as an assistant city manager, civic volunteer, city councilman and mayor. In recognition of Baldwin’s long service, the Schertz City Council established his namesake scholarship to encourage high school seniors (public, private, or home-schooled) who are residents of Schertz to consider public service as a career path.