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Commissioner Cook Attends Anchor-Ventana Signing Day Ceremony on Jan. 7, 2020

Company in Round Rock Launches First Commercial Glazing Registered Apprenticeship Program in Texas

  • 8 January 2020
  • Author: Doris Sanchez
  • Number of views: 1488

Commissioner Cook is standing in the middle of a large group attending the Ceremony at Anchor Ventana that includes leaders and officials from Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area; the U.S. Dept. of Labor; the Texas Workforce Commission; Williamson County; the city of Round Rock; and the Round Rock Chamber.Excerpts from Media Advisory by Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area.

Anchor-Ventana Glass is celebrating its 43rd year operating in Williamson County, and is the only glass contractor in Texas to hold a North American Contractor Certification,  as well as earn the recognition of having the first four Architectural Glass and Metal Technician Certified Glaziers in the state on their field installation team.


Anchor-Ventana Glass provides full-service residential and commercial glass design and installation from its showroom and office hub in Round Rock. In business since 1977, Anchor-Ventana Glass prides itself on its team of more than 100 employees with a combined 550 years of industry experience, all of whom are dedicated to quality, trust, and customer service.


This newly registered program will assist the company in its quest to lead the industry with innovative solutions to ensure a more predictable workforce training pipeline in commercial glazing. The goal is to continue scaling up the apprenticeship into residential operations and beyond.


Proclamation by Commissioner Cook Declares November 26, 2019, United States Ismaili Games "Together We Win" Day

Williamson County Commissioners Court voted in favor of the Proclamation that preceded the Ismaili Games held in Williamson County

  • 12 December 2019
  • Author: Doris Sanchez
  • Number of views: 1585

Article below is from the.ismaili http://tinyurl.com/u68kpvu

In recognition of the accomplishments of the athletes and the hundreds of volunteers who have dedicated countless hours to organize the Games, the Williamson County Commissioners Court proclaimed November 26 as “United States Ismaili Games Together We Win Day.”

In her remarks, Jasmeen Peermohammed, Member of the Ismaili Council for the Southwestern United States, spoke about how the Games have continued to showcase excellence in athletics, teamwork, and sportsmanship, promote friendly competition, and bring together athletes, spectators, and volunteers in the spirit of community.

Commissioner Terry Cook, who introduced the Proclamation, stated that “I was happy to sponsor and pass a Proclamation of the Commissioners Court ... We hope that every participant, and their family members and friends, have a great time over this weekend. Thank you for choosing Williamson County and Central Texas to showcase your community’s talent, skills, and camaraderie. Good luck to all of the athletes!”

Scores of volunteers from the various project management teams have been behind-the-scenes for many months preparing for the sports, activities, and events, including teams dedicated to communications, audio-visual, hospitality, registration, transportation, food service, and much more. Ismail Momin, a member of the Sites and Logistics team, shared with us his inspiration to volunteer: “Volunteerism continues to bring together individuals from various backgrounds, cultures, and skill-sets. This shared dedication to serve is what unites our community at large. Serving is a blessing in my life and I am so proud to be amongst such dedicated volunteers on the USIG team." (Click on READ MORE for Proclamation)

Commissioner Cook Offers Opening Remarks at Hope Alliance's Survive Thrive Prevent 5K 2019

Event was held Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Randy Morrow Trail at San Gabriel Park with 100 participants supporting services for domestic violence and sexual assault survivors.

  • 18 November 2019
  • Author: Doris Sanchez
  • Number of views: 1635

Runners, walkers and joggers take off at the Start line. SPEECH BY COMMISSIONER COOK

Good morning and welcome to the race on this refreshing morning.

Thank you for choosing to spend the beginning of your Saturday with us and many of the Hope Alliance Team.

Please raise your hand if you are a member/volunteer with Hope Alliance.

Hope Alliance exists to assist those whose lives have been affected by family and sexual violence. This team provides services, safety, and develops partnerships that lead to hope, healing, and prevention.

Abuse in families or dating relationships does not discriminate.  It doesn’t matter how much money someone makes, where they live, what color their skin is, nor what sex they are, although females are abused to a higher rate than males.

We usually think of abuse as violent abuse between people and that is a very common form. And it’s costly. In the United States, the estimated cost of violent abuse is between $5-10 billion dollars each year. That includes medical expenses, police and court costs, shelter and foster care, company money spent on sick leave and absenteeism, and money lost due to non-productive time. But most cases of physical abuse aren’t reported and the injured avoid seeking medical care 2/3’s of the time.

9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.  A woman in America was just beaten by her partner.

But abuse doesn’t have to leave a mark.


Commissioner Cook Helps Serve Veterans at Pct. 1 Constable Vinnie Cherrone's Veterans Day Lunch

The event was held at the Jester Annex in Round Rock on Nov. 8, 2019, for all Williamson County Veterans including retired Vets.

  • 18 November 2019
  • Author: Doris Sanchez
  • Number of views: 1605

Wearing aprons and donning plastic gloves to serve the veterans lunch (lf to rt) are Rachel Arnold from Pct. 2 Commissioner Valerie Covey's Office; County Attorney Doyle "Dee"  Hobbs; District Clerk Lisa Adams; and Commissioner Cook.Shown standing in the lunch line are Wilco Pct. 1 Constable Deputies and other guests.

Commissioner Cook Joins In On Pavilion's Second Birthday Open House

The Open House for Pavilion Clubhouse was held Thursday, Nov. 7 at St. Richards Episcopal Church in Round Rock

  • 12 November 2019
  • Author: Doris Sanchez
  • Number of views: 1663

The Pavilion Clubhouse of Round Rock helps persons with mental illness or struggling with substance abuse break up the isolation they are living in, helps them find a job they are happy with, and helps them begin a new, hopeful life. Contact Pavilion at 512-417-2767 or at [email protected]

Celebrating the second birthday of Pavilion at the Open House are lf to rt Tiffany Gonzalez, Bluebonnet Trails Director of Behavioral Health; Gordon Butler, Pavilion Executive Director; and Commissioner Cook.Commissioner Cook explains forthcoming projects on a Wilco map to visitors and Pavilion members.


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