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Chamber Connection for Oct. 15, 2009

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I was so proud of our High School Leadership students. Every single student showed up with a wonderful, willing attitude to attack the Ropes Course.

The class members (pictured at right) were faced with issues of how to get 20-plus students on a 4-foot by 4-foot platform (if that big), how to switch places with someone on a telephone pole, how to get all students through a spider web without using the same hole twice, and then, of course, was the challenge of climbing to the top of a telephone pole and jumping 7 feet to catch a trapeze! Each student brought something amazing to the day, and I think everyone had a wonderful day! I am truly blessed to be able to spend time with each of these seniors!

 

Chamber Members: Is your information correct? It’s time for the new Buyer’s Guides

Attention all Chamber of Commerce members! Please visit our website at www.sulphursprings-tx.com and go to the member directory to see that all of your information is correct. We are already planning for the 2010 Buyer’s Guide and we want to make sure that all of your information is correct. If you have changed anything about your business, i.e. phone numbers, addresses, contact information, etc., please let us know as soon as possible so it will be printed correctly. If you don’t have access to the internet, stop by our office or give us a call and we will check it for you!

 

Star 95.9 Downtown Block Party featuring The US Army Field Band Volunteers, is this Saturday!

 

Ribbon Cutting for the NEW Circle E Western Store, Wednesday, Oct. 21st at Noon

Please join us as we cut the ribbon for the brand new Circle E Western Store, this Wednesday, October 21st at noon. Stop by on your lunch hour and check it out!

Also, Circle E will be hosting their GRAND OPENING on Saturday with tons of stuff going on! They will be giving away jeans and boots every hour. They will have burgers and hot dogs at lunch, and then a free concert at 6:30. For more information, call Circle E at 903-885-4481!

 

Business After Hours & Grand Opening of LaQuinta Inn & Suites, Thursday, October 22nd at 5:15 p.m.

Please join us for a Business After Hours mixer at the LaQuinta on the north service road of I-30, just behind Classic Lanes bowling alley. They will be celebrating their grand opening with cocktails, appetizers and door prizes! We hope you will stop by on your way home and see the newest hotel in Sulphur Springs!

 

Pilot Club presents ‘A Walk to Remember,’ benefiting Terrific Tuesdays on October 22 at 5:30 p.m.

The Pilot Club’s “Walk to Remember’ will be held on October 22nd at 5:30 p.m. at the Gardens at Memorial at the Hospital. The community is invited to join in for the walk around The Gardens. Their goal is to pause and remember friends and loved ones affected by Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, senility, stroke, etc. Pre-registration fee to walk is $20, which includes a T-shirt. Registration fee the day of the event is $25 and T-shirts will be available while supplies last. Memorials and honorariums can be purchased for $10 each to recognize a loved one during the program that evening. Registration forms are available at all local banks in Sulphur Springs, or interested persons can contact Monica Littlefield at 903-885-2480.

 

Heritage Square Rod Run, hosted by the Downtown Business Alliance, set for October 24th at 8 a.m.

The Sulphur Springs Downtown Business Alliance invites you to participate in the Heritage Square Rod Run, Saturday, October 24th at 8 a.m. For more information and to download the entry form, visit www.ssdba.org.

 

SSHS Fall Carnival

The SSHS Junior Class will be hosting a Fall Carnival on October 31st. The Junior Class at Sulphur Springs High School will be having a Fall Carnival on Halloween Day from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the High School Gym and Cafeteria for ages 0-5th grade. Booths will include: face painting, inflatable rides, concession stand, cupcake walk, rock band booth, picture booth (Wally the Wildcat will be there) and many other fun carnival booths. Prizes or Candy at most booths. $5.00 for entry (20 tickets). The money the juniors raise will go towards prom!

Mark Your Calendars for Ray Perryman on December 2nd!

The Northeast Texas Economic Outlook Conference featuring Dr. Ray Perryman will be held at the Hopkins County Civic Center, Wednesday, December 2, at 11:30 a.m. Be watching for more information!

 

Don’t miss these opportunities

October 17th—Farmer’s Market on Main Street—8 a.m.

October 17th—Downtown Block Party—9 a.m.—on the Square

October 21st—Ribbon Cutting—Circle E Western Store—Noon

October 22nd—Business After Hours—La Quinta—5:15 p.m.

October 22nd—“A Walk to Remember”—HCMH Gardens-5:30 p.m.

October 24th—Heritage Square Rod Run—SS Downtown Business Alliance—8 a.m.

November 14th—H.C. Man Pageant—Veteran’s Memorial Committee—Civic Center—7 p.m.

December 2nd—NET Economic Outlook Conference—Civic Center—11:30-1:00 p.m.

December 5th—2nd Annual Electric Lights Parade

 

Business of the Week

Congratulations to our Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce Business of the Week:

 

Lowe’s

1711 S. Broadway

Sulphur Springs, TX 75482

903-438-3000


Thought for the Week:

Steve Carmody, Store Manager: “Since 1946, Lowe’s has remained committed to offering high-quality home improvement products at everyday low prices, while delivering superior customer service. Lowe’s…Improving Home Improvement.”

That’s all for now…have a GREAT week!

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