As the Seguin Chamber of Commerce celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, the Texas Lutheran community joins in congratulating this important civic organization and extending our hand for an ongoing partnership for years to come. Our institution has long benefitted from the work of the Chamber, and we recognize the mutual benefits that exist as we work together.

It’s also important to note that we have a shared history — a history that, in fact, suggests that TLU would not be in Seguin if it were not for the Chamber, or as it was known in the early 1900s, the Business Men’s Club of Seguin.

Debbie Cottrell is the president of Texas Lutheran University. Her column will appear the first Sunday of each month.

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