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Secretary Pablos Addresses Texas Municipal Clerks Association Graduation Ceremony

January 26, 2017
Contact: Sam Taylor
Secretary Pablos speaking at a podium to the Texas Municipal Clerks Association
Texas Secretary of State Rolando Pablos addresses
the Texas Municipal Clerks Association (TMCA) at the
Graduation Ceremony Luncheon.

FRISCO, TX –Texas Secretary of State Rolando Pablos today addressed the Texas Municipal Clerks Association (TMCA) Graduation Ceremony Luncheon recognizing graduates of the Texas Municipal Clerks Certification Program. Graduates of the program receive the designation of Texas Registered Municipal Clerk and are recognized by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. TMCA is a professional organization that works to meet the demands of excellence in Texas’ local government and facilitates problem solving for public officials.

“The call to service is a noble calling – and your accomplishment today helps elevate trust in our civic institutions,” said Secretary Pablos. “Working together, working regionally, examining best practices, and trying to better understand each other, we can all work toward the common good. I encourage you all to continue improving yourselves, because when you improve yourselves, you improve your municipality, your region, and ultimately, the great State of Texas.”