Shepherd Chamber of Commerce
16 N. Liberty St, Shepherd, TX 77371
936-628-3890 - 210-995-7420
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by Yvonne Cones
Ribbon cutting for SanJac Promotions by Coldspring Chamber of Commerce
Coldspring Chamber of Commerce
31 N. Butler St., Coldspring, TX 77331
Sheriff Capers talks about the need for more police officers at the chamber lunch.
Mayor Benestante gave a talk about his plans for Coldspring at the luncheon
It was the 75th year for the SJC Rodeo & Fair. The weather was good and it looked like everyone enjoyed themselves!
We have a lot of events coming up starting with Coldspring Garden Club’s fundraiser on October 1 in the Coldspring Community Center. If you are looking to buy home grown plants for the house or garden, do not miss this event! Be early, it starts at 9 AM.
SanJac Promotions had a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday September 23. This new member of the Coldspring Chamber has created a delightful reception area in their office and they show their T-Shirt collection outside under a canopy so you can see what you could design for your business or event. They can provide any and all promotional goods, pens, mugs, doozies, signs, just ask and see what is available. Located in Suite B at 15160 State Hwy 150 W, Coldspring, you can can call the owners of this new business, Rachel Erwin and Marsha Strickland, at 936-653-3200. Go to their web site at www.sanjacpromotions.com.
Coldspring Chamber held its quarterly lunch at COISD High School this week. Chef Casidy and his students from the Culinary Arts program provided a delicious three course meal and we had Mayor Benestante give us a talk on his plans for the future of Coldspring. He was followed by Sheriff Capers who told us he needs more recruits for the police in our county. If you are interested, call the Sheriff’s department and ask for more information. After the meal, President of the Chamber, Barbara Justice, talked about the Wolf Creek Car Show on October 15 &16. She also mentioned the Christmas event in Coldspring, the theme this year is ‘A Gingerbread Christmas”. Door prizes had been donated by many businesses in town and one in particular from Peoples State Bank went to Cindy Chapman of Edward Jones Financial Investments. I wondered if she would get this enormous plant into the car! Camille Landry of Fullcope Pest Control and Kari Duggar, also of Edward Jones, talked about the ‘Rock N Ride’ on November 12.
Kari said this is the 5th Annual ‘Rock N Ride’ and all cyclists are welcome, single, tandem or team. There is a choice of either a 28 or 52 mile route which goes through the Sam Houston National Forest. This is a great tourist draw, bringing many people into our area. For more information go to the Cleveland Chamber web page. Edward Jones has a Facebook page or call them at 281- 761-6687.
Welcome to Jeri Bailey and Darryl Davis and his son to Coldspring Chamber! Jeri Bailey is a well known realtor but is new in Coldspring. Go to JLArealtylivingston.com or call 281-659-5492.
Darryl Davis and his son own Darryl Davis & Son Electric LLC. are based in Coldspring and you can connect with them at email@example.com or call 281-622-1879. Ribbon cuttings for these new members will be announced soon.
Trinity River Food Bank are working to meet the needs of the community and need CommUNITY partners to join them. Wanda Campbell is the local Director and she has several ideas for those who want to help in this CommUNITY drive. You can hold a fund raiser for the Food Bank, or donate to it. They really need volunteers so if you want to know more give Wanda a call at 936-653-3151.
Friends of Hopewell had their Banquet last week, celebrating their 25th anniversary.
Esther Wynn says they will have a Community Fest on November 12, vendors are welcome to call 832-401-4350. There will be lots to do and a Hay Ride for those who want to enjoy the fun. Located at 166 Perry Dr., Coldspring.
Cindy Chapman won this door prize at the Coldspring Chamber lunch!