GET READY for “Boots & Bling”
Let’s Get Together Again on September 12th
At Clay Potter Auctions
We have heard so much about businesses and schools limiting attendance or postponing events to prevent the exposure and potential spread of any virus. It is a concern, and for that reason our Board of Directors made the decision to postpone our upcoming events. We will be proactive to protect our members and your businesses by taking precautions to keep the spread of any virus low in Farmersville.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this has caused anyone. A new date will be scheduled very soon and we will keep you posted.
Some of you have tickets already, some of yours are in our office to be delivered to you next week and we have nearly fifty more to sell. So, keep you tickets if you have them, your tickets will be deliverd if you don’t, or stop by the office if you need more.
Things aren’t all bad…. the banquet will be even better because we have MORE time to plan, more auction items to get and we can add a few more surprises!! Stay tuned.
Let’s keep Farmersville healthy. Take care and stay healthy,
Lisa Crowder & Lisa Eastman
You can make reservations, pay the reduced rate of $25 by paying for your tickets in advance, and you can become a Banquet sponsor of the banquet by filling out the form on this page.
GET YOUR TICKETS AND BECOME A SPONSOR BY FILLING OUT THIS FORM.
Thank you so much! If you were a sponsor, if you attended, if you were a volunteer, if you donated auction items, if you played in the band, set up or cleaned up at The Party Venue, if you cooked or served. We appreciate everyone who had a hand in our banquet. It’s always a pleasure to get to know you better, see you at our events and have you as our guests or even better…. our Chamber Member. Thank you again and again.
In 1919, a group of almost 100 Farmersville businessmen formed the local Chamber of Commerce. A news report of that meeting describe their discussions of paving the square, installing improved sewer and water systems, and securing an electric light plant. In the 100 years since then, the Farmersville Chamber of Commerce has continued to be instrumental in enhancing the quality of life in our community. I consider it an honor to be associated with an organization that has served Farmersville so well for so long.
-Jim Foy, Chamber Board President
We Celebrate Our Award Winners
These Were The People We Honored In 2019
Jerry Hart, (Posthumously) – President’s Award
Police Chief Mike Sullivan – Harry Cameron Citizen of the Year
Korey Redding, Police Officer of the Year
James Vaughn – Firefighter of the Year
Amy Moore -Teacher of the Year (Elementary)
JP Gregoriew – Teacher of the Year (Secondary)
These Were The People We Honored In 2018
Jim Foy, Foy Inc. – President’s Award
Judy Brandon – Harry L. Cameron Citizens of the Year Award
Michelle Anderson – Teacher of the Year
Coach John Fetner – Teacher of the Year
John Williams – Police Officer Of The Year
Steven “Tuffy” Stroup – Firefighter Of The Year
These Were The People We Honored In 2017
Robbie Tedford, Tedford Chevrolet – President’s Award
Leaca & Steve Caspari – Harry L. Cameron Citizens of the Year Award
Chonte Reeves – Teacher of the Year
Frank Gonzales – Police Officer Of The Year
Angie Rios – Firefighter Of The Year