Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Walker Report wishes everyone a very Happy New Year! (2009)

Bible Scripture (photo)

May the Lord Bless You richly this upcoming year. May you feel His Love & all that it entails!!!

Steve Walker
Walker Report Publisher/Editor
11:17 p.m. New Year's Eve

Happy New Year from the Weston & Geneva Martinez Family


Happy New Year!
From the Weston & Geneva Martinez Family
Greetings Friends,

As our families celebrate this joyous holiday season, may all of our thoughts and hearts strive to envision our community forever at peace, in the best of health, and prosperous for all.

May we remember to renew our sense of community giving, spirit, and to go that extra mile for our family, friends and neighbors.

During this holiday season and into the new year Geneva and I both wish these things for you. Here's to our future in District 9 together.

May God Bless You All.

And Have A Very Wonderful
New Year

Sincerely,

Weston & Geneva Martinez

San Antonio Muslim American Society to sponsor Rally


Protesters in front of the Federal Building, Dec. 31st

"Let Gaza Live" Rally Friday @ 11 a.m. @ the Alamo Plaza, sponsored by the the San Antonio Muslim American Society. For more information: Said Motawea (210) 731- 8700.

Happy New Year from Councilman Justin Rodriguez & family


Warmest Regards,-
Councilman Justin Rodriguez & Family

2 Judges, a Sheriff, a Commissioner & a JP to take oath, 1-1


JP2-Elect Steve Walker

(1st Jan) Swearing in Ceremony @ 2 p.m. for Justice of the Peace-Elect, Pct. 2 Steve Walker @ Central Jury Room @ the Bexar County Justice Center with Reception to be held Friday, Jan. 9th from 6-8 p.m.@ Magnolia Gardens, 2030 N. Main
(1st Jan) Swearing in Ceremony @ 9:30 a.m. for District Judge-Elect Antonia Arteaga @ Central Jury Room @ the Bexar County Justice Center
(1st Jan) Swearing in Ceremony @ 11 a.m. for District Judge-Elect Ron Rangel @ Central Jury Room @ the Bexar County Justice Center
(1st Jan) Swearing in Ceremony @ noon for Bexar County Sheriff-Elect Amadeo Ortiz @ Central Jury Room @ the Bexar County Justice Center
(1st Jan) Swearing in Ceremony @ 1 p.m. for Bexar County Commissioner-Elect, Pct. 3 Kevin Wolff @ the Central Jury Room @ the Bexar County Justice Center

(1st) Swearing in Ceremony @ 10 a.m. @ Pct. 2 Court on Bandera Road/Posse for Pct. 2 Constable-Elect Val Flores

Chris Forbrich extends Best Wishes & a Happy New Year!


Chris Forbrich (photo)

District, 1 Council candidate

Happy New Year !

It is the time of year for New Goals, New Perspectives and a New Day for District 1!

Please celebrate 2009 safely and may it be a good year for you and your family.
Best Wishes,

Chris Forbrich

Chris Forbrich for City Council Campaign

***Pol Ad Pd for by Chris Forbrich, George Page- Treasurer***

A New Year's Greeting from Choco Gonzalez Meza


Choco Gonzalez Meza (photo)

The 365 days of 2008 are gone and much has happened this past year. Families have welcome new additions to their families while others have lost loved ones. Many are starting their first new job while thousands have lost theirs and others are feeling unstable.

Political progress was definitely in the air in 2008 when a woman ran a 50 state campaign in her quest to be President of the United States. From that loss, came another victory. In less than three weeks a pride filled historic benchmark will take place in this country when President-Elect Barack Obama, our first African American, will take the oath for the Presidency of the United States.

Millions and millions of us are filled with Hope with his message of much needed Change. Our support for him and his new administration will be critical to turning this country around.The economy will be a challenge for all of us; we will have to act courageously and be prudent in our decisions without loosing our compassion and sense of respect for each other and our communities.

I personally wanted to wish you a Happy New Year and may 2009 be filled with positive changes, good health, abundant love, and a year of wonderful memories of you with all your loved ones. Be safe, be merry, and thank you for your friendship.

Choco Gonzalez Meza

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

New Year's Greetings from Benevolence Works CEO/President




Linda Hartman (photo)
Benevolence Works CEO/President


Benevolence Works wishes to extend a Happy & Safe New Year to all our supporters and friends in the Bexar County & San Antonio metroplex area. Your prayers, kind words and donations have helped us this past year to service those in need.

Without you, our friends, this would have been an almost impossible task. In this spirit of the season, we want to wish everyone peace, joy, and all the good things one could wish for, for you and the coming new year.

Sincerely,

Linda Hartman
Benevolence Works CEO/President

GTO Advertising extends thoughts of Peace & Hope

For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of Peace and not of evil, to give you a Future and a Hope.

Jeremiah 29:11

We extend our warmest and sincere hope for a fruitful and Happy New Year from Alice Guerra, Michael Garcia & Michelle Reynolds.

Wurzbach Group hosts Mitch Stephen as guest speaker, 12-30











































































































L-R: Speaker Mitch Stephen with Blanca Solis & husband Walker Report Blogger & Wurzbach Group Founder Joe Solis, Rob Salter, Julie "Mama Bexar" Oldham, Quico Canseco, Laurie Wiglesworth, Terry Negley, Nataly Pena, Virgil Schmidt, Robert Rodriguez, Charles Guerra, Tito Moreno, Chickie Backus, attendees, books on sale, Orderup @ the Colonnade

The Wurzbach Group hosted speaker: Mitch Stephen, Real Estate Investor, Author and Musical Artist, Author of My Life & 1,000 Houses @ Orderup @ the Colonnade, Tuesday, Dec. 30th.

Monday, December 29, 2008

Hundreds of kids show up on the Walker Report consistently







































L-R: Lots of local kids in Bexar County

Covering all kinds of family events throughout the year, the Walker Report photographs as many kids as possible since they are more charismatic, phototgenic, and easy to elicit the biggest and brightest smiles. If adults would only learn from the youth of Bexar County.