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New Beginnings Children’s Home

Our member spotlight this month is New Beginnings Children’s Home (NBCH). It is a residential facility for children ages 5 to 17. I sat down with Nicole Rodriguez, the director of NBCH, for a Chamber Chat. You can watch the full video here.

NBCH is a safe and therapeutic living environment for abused, neglected, and displaced children. NBCH was created in response to San Antonio’s rising child abuse problem. The great thing about their program is the ability to focus on each individual child and build relationships that leave a lasting impression. They are staffed 24/7 365 days of the year. They are looking to build a transition home on their property in order to continue support through college and decrease the recidivism rates even further. Funding is always needed, not just to meet their growing demands, as costs of goods continue to rise but to go above and beyond, making their space feel more like home.

Castroville Area Chamber of Commerce is happy to announce that we have started a collection drive to help support New Beginnings Children’s Home. If you have any household items; paper towels, toilet paper, soap, toothpaste, cleaning supplies, etc., please drop them off at our office and we will get them over to NBCH. Better yet, call and schedule a time for you to go out there and visit with the kids. Become a mentor and build a bond that will last a lifetime.

For more information check out their website nbchildrenshome.org

or call them at 210.422.8374.

They are located at 400 County Road 3821 San Antonio, TX 78253.

You can email Nicole at nicole.rodriguez@nbchildrenshome.org

They are also in need of a storage shed. The slab is already there.

New Business of the Year

Congratulations to our 2021 New Business of the Year, Castroville Nutrition! 

Business Of The Year

Congratulations to our 2021 Business of the Year, Schattenbol at DeCock Farms!

Citizen of the Year

Congratulations to our 2021 Citizen of the Year, Dr. Kenneth Rohrbach!

Junior Citizen of the Year

Congratulations to our Junior Boy Citizen of the Year,

Jett Winkler!

 

Educator of the Year

Congratulations to our 2021 Educator

of the Year, Dawn Rae Groff!

Junior Citizen of the Year

Congratulations to our two Junior Girl Citizens of the Year,

Ashlyn & Mariah Persyn!

BENEFITS OF JOINING THE CHAMBER

The Chamber promotes and contributes to civic betterment, encouraging new business investments and continued patronage and support of local business.
Advertising Opportunities

Website Listing & Banner Ads
Castroville Visitor’s Guide
Membership Directory
Visitor Center Marketing
Ribbon Cutting Welcoming

Business Opportunities

Business Referral Service

Promotional Display Area

Free Small Business Consultation Services

Membership Mailing List/Labels

Networking Opportunities

Membership Luncheons

Mixers

Committees

Facebook

Other Benefits

Business Anniversary Recognition Program

Advocate for Businesses

Tax Deductible Membership Fee

Your Voice in Government

JOIN NOW

Rich History

Castroville is rich in history dating back to 1844 when the town was founded by Henri Castro. The first European emigrant settlers in this area were mostly Catholic farmers from Alsace, a region of France, brought over to fulfill Castro’s contract to colonize vacant Texas Land. Calling themselves Alsatians, they were mostly of German decent speaking a dialect of German and French. Visit our HISTORY & HERITAGE page to learn more.
1844

Year founded

96

Historic Homes

3284

Population

Chamber Member Luncheon

Chamber Member Luncheon

1st Wednesday of Every Month • 12 pm
(After first Monday)
All members are welcome to join us for our monthly members luncheon to get chamber updates, socialize, and hear from guest speakers.

Castroville Kaffee Klatsch

Castroville Kaffee Klatsch

3rd Friday of Every Month • 8:00-9:30 am
Come when you can!
Enjoy Coffee & Pastries while getting to know other business owners and community members!