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Saturday, November 11, 2017

6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

The SAWCC Foundation is proud to host this year's 6th Annual Constellation of Stars Awards Gala, at which time we honor the women in our community who personify the pillars of our mission to Advocate, Connect, and Empower women and girls in our community.  Being held on Veteran's Day weekend, this year's SAWCC Foundation Constellation of Stars Awards Gala will have a patriotic theme.

General Heather Pringle, Commandant at Joint Base SA, will present a special award of the evening, the Spirit of Courage Award, to Captain Wise, a Wounded Warrior woman with ties to our community. 

The Gala will be held for the second year at the beautiful San Antonio Omni Hotel - Colonnade, 9821 Colonnade Blvd.,  San Antonio, Texas, located across from the USAA campus on IH-10W.

In addition to the awards ceremony, you will have time before-hand for some mingling and an opportunity to participate in our Star Bowl Auction, and then our live auction during dinner!  A portion of the evenings proceeds will benefit our 2017 Charity of Choice, Seton Home of San Antonio.

Dress for the evening is cocktail attire.

Congratulations to the 2017 Constellation of Stars  Awards Honorees!

To view our entire photo album - click here!

Master of Ceremonies

Cleto Rodriguez
Comedian & News Personality

We are excited to announce Cleto Rodriguez as this year's Master of Ceremonies!

Cleto Rodriguez, a native of San Antonio, a nationally know Comedian and TV personality on News 4 San Antonio and FOX News 29.

Rodriguez has been performing as an elite Comedian since 1995 and has worked with comedians George Lopez, Carlos Mencia, Daniel Tosh, Wayne Brady, Brett Butler, Tim Hawkins and Bob Smiley. He has even opened for living legend B.B. King.

Rodriguez performs nationwide in comedy clubs, corporations, colleges and churches. He was chosen as the comedian for the 2008 Promise Keepers events in seven U.S. cities.

He has strong San Antonio roots going back to his grandfather, San Antonio native Cleto Rodriguez I, who was one of Texas’ first Congressional Medal of Honor winners. Rodriguez also contributes his time and talents to the community by helping raise money for disadvantaged youth and the homeless.

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