Bandera County Sister Partnership Association

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St. Michael Iron Post Plaque on display at 
  St. Stanislaus Catholic Church in
Bandera, Texas USA

Sister cities are two (or more) cities, counties or state, from different countries, that have formed a long-term partnership.  The highest elected official in each city, county or state, then signs an agreement with the other partner.

Bandera City and Tysmenytsia Ukraine Proclamation

Bandera City and Strzelce Opolskie Poland Agreement

"Sister city relationships offer the flexibility to form connections between communities that are mutually beneficial and which address issues that are most relevant for partners.


A city may have any number of sister cities, with community involvement ranging from a half dozen to hundreds of volunteers. In addition to volunteers, sister city organizations may include representatives from nonprofits, municipal governments, the private sector, and other civic organizations."

                                                                                                                                                                                         Sister Cities International

Bandera County and Strzelce Opolskie County Poland Proclamation.


Iron Post Plaques’ made by Artie Erfurt Bandera Iron Works in Bandera County, Texas USA

St. Stanislaus Iron Post Plaque on display at St. Michael Catholic Church in Rozmierz, Poland

Sister Churches St Stanislaus, Bandera Texas and St Michaels, Rozmierz, Poland

Bandera City and Tysmenytsia Ukraine Proclamation

​                              Ukrainian Copy

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Sister Churches St Stanislaus, Bandera Texas and St Michaels, Rozmierz, Poland

​                            Polish Copy

What are Sister Cities?