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Advisory Board
Members
  • Steve Hayes, President
    Grace Community Church
  • Kyle Hobratschk
    100 West
  • Rick Guest
    Guestie's Garage
  • Denise Harper
    Keller Williams
  • Brad Haynie
    Haynie Drilling Co. (Retired)
  • Raul Jimenez
    R&M Maintenance
  • Monica Jimenez
    R & M Maintenance
  • Wrenda Freeman
     Corsicana Main Street


Becoming a Member
Serving on the board of directors of any organization is much more than just attending meetings and having a title. If you cannot find time to attend the meetings, then you should not agree to serve on the board. A board member should be committed to the Corsicana Main Street Program by giving of his/her time, experience, skills, and some level of monetary resources to advance the mission and goals of the organization.

The board of directors is responsible for the general direction and supervision of the program, but does not handle day-to-day operations. The executive committee is made up of the board officers (i.e., president, vice president, secretary) and employees (both paid and volunteer) that manage daily routines. However, this doesn’t mean that board members should not take a lead role on teams and committees. Effective board members should anticipate a time commitment of between two and eight hours each month.

Learn more about member activities and responsibilities, view the work plan, or submit a volunteer application.