Speaker Date Topic
No Meeting Dec 13, 2018
St. Thomas Episcopal Church Choir Dec 20, 2018
No Meeting Dec 27, 2018
Camille Fredrich & John Heard Jan 03, 2019
It's all about me!

Camille & John will be giving their presentations so we can learn more about their background and what they are doing now.

Thomas Freeman Jan 17, 2019
Computers and the thrills of on-line activity
Computers and the thrills of on-line activity

Thomas is a native Texan born in Fort Worth, TX. He grew up most of his childhood life in Oklahoma City but later moved to Midland, TX where he graduated from Midland Lee High School. After high school, Thomas went to his first year of college up in Dallas and then decided to move to Los Angeles to a pursue a career in the TV and Film Industry.

Thomas graduated college from California State University Los Angeles with a degree in Film, TV, and Radio. He later went on to work in the TV and Film industry for many years working his way up as a Producer on the late night talk show “Tavis Smiley” on PBS. After working on “Tavis Smiley” for 11 years and wanting a change from the busy life of Los Angeles, Thomas made his way back to Fort Worth, TX to pursue something new. 

In May 2017, 5 months after returning to Texas, Thomas heard of a new Franchise starting up called “NerdsToGo”. After meeting with the company he decided to sign on and open up the 4th location in the franchise in San Antonio, TX. Thomas has now been running NerdsToGo San Antonio, TX since January 2018 helping Residential and Business customers with their computer and IT needs.

Council Member John Courage Jan 24, 2019
What's Happening in San Antonio
What's Happening in San Antonio

Councilman John Courage came to San Antonio for basic training after enlisting in the U.S. Air Force in 1971. He was honorably discharged four years later and enrolled in the University of Texas at San Antonio, working his way through school with jobs in a local children's home and the Bexar County Mental Health Department until he earned a BA in American Studies.


In 1980, Courage won election to the Alamo Community College District Board of Trustees in San Antonio. He quickly established a reputation as a fierce defender of access and accountability in our higher education system and helped create Palo Alto Community College to expand higher education opportunities to an area of the city that lacked them.


The councilman has served on the San Antonio Teachers' Council Board, been a delegate to the National Education Association's convention for many years, and testified before the Texas House of Representatives' Committee on Education and the State Board of Education. He was appointed to the San Antonio Literacy Commission and was involved in the establishment of literacy centers across San Antonio in the 1990s.


A married father of four, Councilman Courage and his wife are active members of their community. He has served as a Boy Scout troop leader and a sponsor of the Reconciliation Episcopal Church Youth Group, as well as a volunteer coach for community soccer and baseball leagues. In his spare time, the councilman is an avid Spurs fan and enjoys playing basketball to stay active.