HEB opened its first ever Optical Store and just so happened to be in Hutto. Many officials were there including council members Anne Cano and Mayor Pro-Tem Smith and many others.
Senior Vice President and General Manager of HEB, Jeff Thomas, “This is awesome to see the community support.” “Who knew we would have this big of a crowd for an optical store opening,” said Thomas.
On top of being the first optical at HEB, the Lions Club of Hutto received a generous donation of $2,500 from HEB Optical. Brandy Baker for the Lions Club received the donation, “we service children who are visually impaired, have diabetes and down syndrome and this money will send several children there so they can enjoy a two week camp.”
“Optical by H-E-B will offer customers a comprehensive optical experience with an incredible selection of quality frames at the everyday low prices they expect from H-E-B. To ensure every patient’s glasses are customized with a precise fit, H-E-B Opticians will use the state-of-the-art M’eyefit digital measurement system, and each lens will be crafted to fit the selected frame and how it rests on the customer’s face,” mentioned in a press release.
“I want to thank Chief Morrison for his two years of service to the City of Hutto,” Jones said in the press release. “We wish him the very best in his future endeavors.” The resignation is effective immediately, Jones said.
Morris served as Hutto’s police chief for about two years. According to the press release, Morrison has decided to pursue other opportunities.
Jones appointed Byron Frankland, the current assistant Chief of the Galveston police department, and assistant Chief of Police Paul Hall, a lieutenant with the Fugitive Apprehension Unit of the Texas Office of the Attorney General.
The chief of the Hutto Police Department abruptly resigned Friday morning, Hutto City Manager Odis Jones announced Earl Morrison’s resignation in a press release sent out just before noon.