From Elianor Vessali <[email protected]>
Subject Can you join me?
Date January 31, 2022 5:51 PM
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Hosted By:

Brazos Valley Republican Club


Date: 03 February 2022

Time: 11:15 am - 1 pm.

Check-in -- 11:15 am.

Buffet -- 11:45 am.

Program -- 12:00 pm. to 1 pm.

Where: Hilton Hotel

801 University E.
College Station, TX 77840

Cost for lunch is $21 for members, $24 for non-members.

RSVP to [email protected]


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From: Brazos Valley Republican Club
Date: Sun, Jan 23, 2022 at 1:07 PM
Subject: Feb. 3 BVRC Luncheon with Texas Ag Commissioner Sid Miller
To: Brazos GOP

Feb. 3 BVRC Luncheon

Hello BVRC,

You are invited to our next luncheon on February 3. We have had numerous
changes to the schedule in recent month, and now we will be able to
welcome our Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller as our luncheon


Please RSVP by 10am on January 27. With your RSVP, please let us know if
you plan to purchase a lunch or not. There is no charge if you do not
eat. We just need to know how much food to order with the Hilton. We
usually have space for additional RSVP's after the deadline, but no

To RSVP, please respond to this email. Or send an email to
[email protected]


An eighth generation farmer and rancher, Sid Miller is the 12th
Commissioner of the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA). He has
devoted his life to promoting Texas agriculture, rural communities and
the great state of Texas.

Born in De Leon, in Comanche County, in September 1955, Sid Miller
graduated with honors from Tarleton State University in Stephenville
with a Bachelor of Science degree in Vocational Ag Education.

A recognized community leader, Miller was first elected to the House of
Representatives in 2000. He quickly earned a reputation as a staunch
defender of Texas agriculture, constitutional freedoms and individual
liberties for all Texans.

He was elected statewide as the 12th Texas Agriculture Commissioner in
2014 and re-elected to his second term in office in 2018.

Since taking office as Agriculture Commissioner, Commissioner Miller has
brought real, common sense reform to TDA. Within six months in office,
he eliminated a two-and-a-half-year backlog in organic certifications.
He reshaped field operations to maximize efficiency for Texas taxpayers.
This included increasing the number of consumer protection inspections
by as much as 183 percent while slashing the miles traveled by TDA
inspectors by more than half a million miles a year.

Commissioner Miller also launched Operation Maverick, a consumer
protection initiative to round up businesses which failed to register
their commercial scales with TDA. Registrations have increased 35
percent, and more than 2,000 previously unregistered businesses are now
monitored by TDA to ensure consumers are protected.

A former ag teacher and school board member, Commissioner Miller is
committed to fighting childhood obesity and promoting healthy lifestyles
for Texas schoolchildren. His creation of Farm Fresh Fridays and other
farm-to-school initiatives resulted in a $14 million increase in the
amount of Texas products purchased by schools. Commissioner Miller is
also passionate about ensuring rural communities have the water and
infrastructure they need to thrive. To that end, he created TDA's
Office of Water to ensure all Texans have access to clean water for
today and future generations. Additionally, under his guidance, TDA has
directed hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding through the
Texas Community Development Block Grant program to local communities for
infrastructure improvements and repairs.

Commissioner Miller is the state's leading advocate around the world
for Texas agriculture, Texas-grown products and Texas-owned businesses.
He oversees TDA's world-renowned GO TEXAN program - a marketing
effort to showcase the best products, companies and communities that
call the Lone Star State home. Since taking office, Commissioner
Miller's passion to increase market exposure for Texas agriculture has
led him and his staff to mount trade missions to Cuba, Ecuador,
Argentina, Israel, China and every continent on the globe, except

Commissioner Miller is a businessman who breeds and trains American
Quarter Horses. In his spare time, he is a recognized rodeo cowboy who
holds 12 world championship titles.

He and his wife, Debra, have been married for going on 40 years. They
have two sons, two daughters-in-law and five grandchildren. They are
active members of the Cowboy Church of Erath County, where Commissioner
Miller also serves as an elder.

1st Thursday Luncheon Agenda:

Check-in -- 11:15 am.

Buffet -- 11:45 am.

Program -- 12:00 pm. to 1pm.

Hilton College Station - 801 University Drive East, College Station, TX

This event is free for any Republican to attend. All Republicans are
welcome. The cost for lunch is $21 for members, $24 for non-members.

The annual BVRC membership is $25 per person or $40 per couple. We have
membership forms at the luncheons. We can also email the membership form
to those that need one.

The link to the clubs Facebook page is below.

The Hilton follows state guidelines and recommends that everyone
practice safe habits.

Thank you all,




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