Business: Community Involvement
At Schertz Auto Service we are proud to say that we have had the opportunity to be involved and/or support many great activities in and around our community. We believe that it is our civic duty to be able to give back to the community which we live, work, and play in. These are just a few of the activities that we really like and support.
|Schertz Cibolo ISD Education Foundation The SCUCISD Education Foundation is an independent non-profit corporation promoting quality education in the Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District. The SCUCISD Education Foundation was created in 2008 as a joint effort by the school district and the community to provide additional support for SCUCISD students, teachers, schools, and programs.|
|Schertz Playscape. This was a wonderful community event where the community came together and donated time and some materials to build this great playground. Many children have had the opportunity to play in this area (along with a number of adults too). This is located close to the Schertz Library. We had the opportunity to obtain the Statue of Liberty as a donation from the Schertz family. It was a project started by Mr. Schertz who passed away and did not have the opportunity to complete the statue. We cleaned it up, made some repairs and painted it to look like the real statue. This was done not long after 9/11/01 and was a very touching project.|
|The Justice Foundation. The Justice Foundation (formerly the Texas Justice Foundation) was founded in 1993 to protect the fundamental freedoms and rights essential to the preservation of American society. The Foundation represents clients free of charge in cases in the areas of limited government, free markets, private property, parental school choice, parental rights in education, and enforcing laws to protect women’s health. The Justice Foundation is a nonprofit, public-interest litigation firm supported by tax-deductible contributions.
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|The Community Fine Arts Network started as a vision by Mr. Fran Badrak, Director of Fine Arts for the Schertz-Cibolo -Universal City Independent School District. As a music educator for over twenty-five years, Mr. Badrak clearly understood the connection between fine arts and academic success. In order to expand the fine arts programs within the district, it was going to take some innovative approaches to funding and programming. During a number of conversations with George Ricks, former SCUC-ISD Board Member, the ideas began to take shape. They both knew what the end result should be, but the challenge would be to get the community involved.|
|The San Antonio Livestock Show. We are able to support the Education scholarship fund through our affiliation with Texas Independent Automobile Association (TIAA). Rather than making contributions to a number of kids, we pool our money with other repair shop owners so we can give greater support as a group. We usually attend the auctions and enjoy doing this.|