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Chamber of Commerce elects new directors

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The Bandera County Chamber of Commerce announced its new directors last week: Jonathan Deeley of the Bandera Bulletin, Nancy Harvey of Spirits of Texas and Angela Munox of Kickback Korner.

“The majority of existing businesses are dealing with fallout from the current economic disruptions, as well as consumer health and safety concerns,” said Deeley.

“With the combined talent of the elected board members, I think we are in a good position to ride out the storm as well as adapt to the new realities of the post-COVID business world and prepare for the challenges that come with it,” he said.

The Bandera Bulletin was founded in 1945 and was recently designated by Bandera City Council as the official newspaper for the City of Bandera.

“I am honored and proud to have been selected as a new director for the Chamber of Commerce,” said Harvey. “My goal is to do what is best: to keep Bandera Bandera.”

Located just off Main Street at 1107 Cypress St in Bandera, Spirits of Texas features antiques, clothing, books and alcohol from all over the Lone Star State.

Spirits of Texas is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. They will be closed on New Year’s Day.

“I am excited and looking forward to the opportunity to help make a difference in a town that I love,” said Munox. “I am eager to learn

“I am eager to learn and get a better understanding of the history of Bandera as well as bring the things I know and cherish to the community,” she said.

Nestled at the corner of Main and Cedar Street next to the Bandera Bunkhouse, Kickback Korner offers a wide-ranging of main dishes and snacks.

Live music is often performed at the venue, which features indoor and outdoor seating.

Annette Smith of Bandera Paint and Body, Nancy Carnley, and Brenda Brown of Brenda Brown Real Estate were also nominated.

The Bandera County Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization made up of area businesses, non-profit organizations and individuals working together to strengthen Bandera’s economic future.

They often host ribbon cutting and awards ceremonial plaques to new businesses in town. Recent ribbon cutting events were held at The Bistro restaurant and Maggie Mae’s and Nellie Rae’s boutique market

More information about the chamber’s membership levels and benefits can be found by calling 830-796-3280 or visiting