Kendall County Announcements And News

6/23/22 – Eclipse Law: Anticipating Legal Issues For The Upcoming 2023-2024 Eclipses in Texas

The Texas Hill Country will be center stage for the Annular solar eclipse occurring October 14, 2023 and the Total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024. Reservations to view these eclipses for both personal experience and scientific purposes are already ramping up.  Kimberly Blohm, President and CEO of the Greater Boerne Chamber of Commerce, will speak at this month’s KCBA luncheon on how this will impact the Texas Hill Country and  Stephan B. Rogers of Rogers & Elliott, PLLC will discuss some of the legal issues landowners may face.  Join us Noon on Thursday, June 23rd at Las Guitarras located at 911 S. Main Street in Boerne for the KCBA’s June luncheon. The cost for the lunch and 1.25 hours of CLE is $30. Please click the button at the bottom of the page to RSVP if you plan to attend or if you have any questions. For more information on these solar events please visit https://www.greatamericaneclipse.com/april-8-2024.

5/19/22 – U.S. District Judge Jason Pulliam To Speak May 19th at the KCBA Luncheon

Mark Thursday, May 19th on your calendar for United States District Judge Jason Pulliam's presentation to the Kendall County Bar Association. Las Guitarras will be hosting the luncheon in their private upstairs room, which includes your choice of some of their most popular entrées, plus tea, water or coffee. Last month the food and service was great. The cost for the lunch and 1.0 hour of CLE is $30. Please click the button at the bottom of the page to RSVP if you plan to attend or if you have any questions.

5/05/22 – Cinco de Mayo celebration!

I would like to encourage our members and legal community to come out to the KCBA Cinco de Mayo celebration this Thursday at Tusculum Brewery and share in the spirit of camaraderie. Festivities will start at 5 PM until 7 PM. We will be honoring the years of service of County Judge Lux and County Clerk Darlene Herrin at this event and hope to have a good turn out to show our appreciation. A number of other local officials are expected, including Judge Cohoon, the county commissioners, justices of the peace, the incoming county clerk Denise Maxwell, and Mayor Handren may stop by.Tusculum will be catering the event and the food is sure to be delicious. Please click the button at the bottom of the page to  RSVP if you plan to attend. Spouses are invited.Stephan B. RogersPresident, Kendall County Bar Association

Sad news

We are sad to report that long-time stalwart of the Kendall County bar Frank Y. Hill, Jr. passed away this past Easter weekend. Frank graduated from St. Mary's University School of Law in January 1960 and had a law practice in Boerne for many years. We will all miss Frank's gruff but endearing comments on various issues. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends during this time.  We will forward information on visitation and funeral services once that has been determined. Stephan B. Rogers President, Kendall County Bar Association

4/28/22 – What is CPS and what do I tell clients when their grandchild has been taken from the parents?

Join us next Thursday, April 28th for Charles Wetherbee’s presentation on What is CPS and what do I tell clients when their grandchild has been taken from the parents? Jennifer Smith with South Texas Alliance for Orphans will also join us and talk about her nonprofit. The luncheon will be held at Las Guitarras on S. Main Street. The luncheon will cost $25, which includes lunch with tea or water and 1 hour of CLE credit. Please click the button at the bottom of the page to RSVP  if you plan to attend.