< Back to Map Del Rio, TX Associates: 37 Years in the Community: 50 CCSWB heroes welcome the Recognition Roadtrip Bottle to Del Rio on Jan. 3, 2022. The mural in the background of the picture shows the Hispanic influence that enriches Del Rio. It is one of many throughout the city that is located on the Mexico-U.S. borderDel Rio heroes with the Recognition Roadtrip Bottle in front of the “Life Love Death” mural in downtown Del Rio on Jan. 3, 2022. The “Life Love Death” mural was created by Gabriella Rosales in 2015.Del Rio heroes with the Recognition Roadtrip Bottle in front of the “Memories” mural in downtown Del Rio on Jan. 3, 2022. This mural, created by Raul Valdes & Chris Escobar, depicts memories of growing up on the Mexico-U.S. border.Del Rio heroes with the Recognition Roadtrip Bottle at Brown Plaza on Jan. 3, 2022. Located in downtown Del Rio, Brown plaza was dedicated on Cinco de Mayo in 1908 and continues to serve as a venue for gatherings and celebrations.Del Rio heroes in front of the Paul Poag Theatre on Jan. 3, 2022. Once named the "The Rita Theater," the Del Rio-owned theatre located in downtown Del Rio changed names to honor the past owner, Paul Poag.Del Rio heroes at the Whitehead Memorial Musuem on Jan. 3, 2022. The Whitehead Memorial Musuem was built in 1962 and reflects the early history, cultures and economics of Del Rio and Val Verde County.Del Rio heroes work to free the Recognition Roadtrip Bottle from the historic Del Rio jail on Jan. 3, 2022.Del Rio heroes with the Recognition Roadtrip Bottle at the Val Verde Winery. The Val Verde Winery was established in 1883 and is the oldest continuously operating winery in Texas.Del Rio heroes send off the Recognition Roadtrip Bottle as it heads south for its next stops on the Recognition Roadtrip!