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TARC will be attending a dinner reception to welcome the new Chief of the Houston Police Department, Art Acevedo. If you are able to join us, let us know at email@example.com or call Paul Vo (713) 254-3239 no later than January 13th 2017. Details: On behalf of Wea Lee (Chairman of the International Management District) and Kenneth Li (Chairman of the Southwest Management District), I would like you to join us on Wednesday, January 25, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. at Ocean Palace Restaurant, 11215 Bellaire Blvd., Houston, TX 77072 as we welcome Art Acevedo, Chief of the Houston Police Department. The two Districts are taking the lead to bring the community together so we can all host the dinner, and we have confirmed Chief Acevedo’s availability. We will need to ask each attendee to pay his/her own way to the dinner. I will work on getting the total cost down to $300 (inclusive of tax and gratuity) for a table of ten; therefore, each individual just pays $30. Most likely, we will collect money at the event and will advise whom to make payment to, as we approach the date. This is a great opportunity for the community to welcome Chief Acevedo to our City and for him to engage with our community members. Sincerely, Alice Lee 713-501-8719 Executive Director Southwest Managment District Art Acevedo’s Biography: Art Acevedo was sworn-in as Chief of the Houston Police Department (HPD) on November 30, 2016. Chief Acevedo leads a department of 5,200 sworn law enforcement officers and 1,200 civilian support personnel with an annual general fund budget of $825 million in the fourth largest city in the United States. Chief Acevedo believes good communication is vital for a successful community and steadily works to strengthen the bond between the community and its police department. A proponent of community policing, Chief Acevedo refers to the proven practice as “Relational Policing,” an opportunity to forge a relationship with each citizen an officer comes in contact with. The first Hispanic to lead the HPD, Acevedo brings a unique understanding to the concerns of the diverse communities in the City of Houston. Born in Cuba, he was 4 years old when he migrated to the United States with his family in 1968. Acevedo grew up in California and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration from the University of La Verne in California. Acevedo began his law enforcement career in 1986 as field patrol officer in East Los Angeles with the California Highway Patrol. He rose through the ranks and was named Chief of the California Highway Patrol in 2005. Acevedo most recently served nine years as Chief of the Austin Police Department. Chief Acevedo holds various leadership positions with the Major Cities Chiefs Association and the International Association of Chiefs of Police. He is married to Tanya Born Acevedo and is the father of Melissa, Matthew and Jake.
Former Texas State Representative, Dr. Martha Wong, shares her recent Presidential Inauguration trip with Chinese news station, NTD-TV Houston. It was broadcast nationally Jan 24th on the NTD evening news.
Join the RUCAA for an evening of engaging presentations, followed by a reception featuring a variety of foods representing various Asian & SE Asian cultures.
Considering seeking elective office? Turquoise Raindrop Center is hosting a free non-partisan workshop delivered by trained pros & experienced candidates.
Our first TARC Board meeting will be on Wednesday January 11, 2017 7:00 PM at Crown Seafood Restaurant. Board members, please find the agenda and other documents in our private Facebook board member group. Please arrive between 6:30-6:50 PM to order dinner and socialize. Meeting will begin at 7:00 PM. Thank you.
The Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Houston Metroplex Chapter coordially invites you to attend the “Change of Responsibility” on Saturday, January 7, 2017 at the San Jacinto Monument Museum Theater. Outgoing Chapter President Liza Garza turns over responsibility to Incoming Chapter President Celso Pacheco Jr. Master/Mistress of Ceremony – Honorable Jacquie Baly Keynote Speaker – Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar https://www.facebook.com/ausahouston/
The Committee of 100 writes to support Debra Wong Yang, who is under consideration for a Presidential appointment to serve as the Chair…
The Texas Asian Republican Assembly (TARA) applauds President-elect Trump’s decision to nominate Elaine Chao and Nikki Haley…