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Mayor Congratulates
HEB On 110th Anniversary

I, Jack Pratt, Mayor of the City of Kerrville, Texas hereby congratulate H-E-B on the occasion of its 110th ANNIVERSARY Celebration and recognize its 110 years of faithful service to the citizens of Texas and present this proclamation as an expression of sincere appreciation from the City of Kerrville for H-E-B’s continued commitment to this community and communities throughout the State of Texas

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Kerrville, TX 78028
830-257-8000