September 2017  


NACE Members and Friends,

As we all watch the aftermath and assist in the recovery of so many cities in South Texas, our hearts and prayers continue to be with those affected.

This month we are working to bring in relief efforts to all our NACE events. I know many of you are working on doing the same. Keep us posted on what you’re doing and how we can help get the word out. We’ll post updates on any outreach efforts by our chapter as well.

October is our great, big, Members Only, complimentary event which will include the STATE OF NACE update and Board Elections for current open positions. I encourage every member to consider where you’d like to take your membership in 2018. Whether it’s joining a committee, running for the board, or applying for a conference scholarship, we all know you will get the most out of your membership by being involved.  I hope to see some new faces in these important committee and board positions.

Check out more details on this month’s activities.

Sarah James

Alamo NACE President

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We are seeking a Special Events Coordinator to join our team! You will be responsible for organizing important events from conception through completion for La Fonda, Alamo Heights  (Frontier Enterprises).


  • Coordinate all event activities and personnel
  • Distribute all meeting information and supplies to attending personnel
  • Calculate and propose budgets for planned events or meetings
  • Research and identify successful event opportunities
  • Maintain stock of event supplies


  • Previous experience in event planning or other related fields
  • Strong project managing skills
  • Deadline and detail-oriented
  • Ability to work well in teams
  • Ability to work flexible hours to attend events at the restaurant and off-site catering.
  • Follow up with clients after events

Fresh. Authentic. Delicious. That pretty much describes everything about La Fonda Alamo Heights. It all began in 1958, when La Fonda first opened its doors in the Stewart Center in Alamo Heights on Broadway and began serving the made-from-scratch TexMex cuisine that has pleased the discerning palates of generations of San Antonians.


In 2014, legendary South Texas restaurateur G. “Jim” Hasslocher acquired La Fonda Alamo Heights and moved it to its current site on Crownhill Blvd. near Broadway and Loop 410. While the location may have changed, everything else remained the same including the unique menu offerings, all prepared in La Fonda Alamo Heights’ handmade, homemade style.


We’re always looking for good people with enthusiasm and contagious smiles to join our family of fine restaurants, including: La Fonda Alamo Heights in San Antonio, Jim’s Restaurants in San Antonio and Austin, Magic Time Machine Restaurants in San Antonio and Dallas, Frontier Burger in San Antonio.


Interested applicants can submit resumes

Cecilia Wicker (210) 828-1493 ext. 240

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