On Saturday, July 25, 2015, the Lake Whitney Chamber of Commerce held the 5th. Annual Miss, Jr. Miss & ‘Lil Miss Pioneer Day pageant at Lake Whitney Arts in Whitney.
An overflow crowd was on hand to see Montana Aspen Dawn Meyer, daughter of Toby & Tiffany Meyer of Whitney, crowned the new 2015 Miss Pioneer Day. She is 17 yrs. old and will be a senior in the fall at Whitney High School. 1st. runner up was 19 yr. old Danielle Mooney, daughter of Kim & Billy Mooney of Whitney and a 2014 graduate of Aquilla ISD.. 2nd. runnerup was 15 yr. old Caitlyn Paige Moore, daughter of Angela Moore & Jeffrey Moore of Whitney and an upcoming sophomore at Whitney High School. 3rd. runner up was 17 yr. old Emily Cecil, daughter of Debi Cecil and the late Charles Cecil of Whitney, who will be a senior in the fall at Whitney High School.
The 2015 Jr. Miss Pioneer Day is Jordyn Barsh, 13 yr. old daughter of Brandon & Candice Barsh who is in the Junior High at Aquilla ISD. 1st. runner up was 11 yr. old Reagan Pavelka, daughter of Dwayne & Amy Pavelka. She will enter the 7th. grade at Whitney Middle School next month. 2nd. runner up was Trista Michelle Charo, 14 yr. old daughter of Marc & Tanya Moore and Manuel & Patricia Charo. She will be a freshman at Aquilla ISD in the fall.
The 2015 ‘Lil Miss Pioneer Day Brynlie Vantreese, 5 yr. old daughter of Ray & Stephanie Vantreese of Hillsboro. She will be entering kindergarten in the fall. 1st. runner up was 8 yr. old Kyla Sneed, daughter of Jason & Kara Sneed who will enter 3rd. grade at Whitney Intermediate School next month. 2nd. runner up was 5 yr. old Ashlynn Grace Northcutt, daughter of Chad & Veronica Payne and she will be at Whitney Elementary school this year. 3rd runner up is 5 yr. old Taryn Anne Ross, daughter of Joshua Ross and Dallas Merrill. She starts kindergarten in the fall at Whitney Elementary. 4th. runner up is 5 yr. old Kaylee Michelle Liberto, Ashlee and Michael Liberto are her parents and she will be in kindergarten at Blum ISD. There were six Honorable Mention contestants: Layla Oliver, 9 yr. old daughter of Jason & Jennifer Oliver of Whitney, Julianna Lattin, 9 yr. old daughter of Cinderella & Scott Lattin of Whitney, Cheyenne Wright, 6 yr. old daughter of Crystal Wright of Whitney, Sydney Jimenez, 8 yr. old daughter of Angela Dodd Dill & Jeremy Dill of Whitney, Abigail Valero, 8 yr. old daughter of Chad & Michelle Valero of Abbott and Alysa Ward, 6 yr. old daughter of Emily & Larry Ward of Whitney.
Also honored were previous pageant winners from 2011 to 2013: 2011 Miss Pioneer Day, Samantha Infante, 2011 Junior Miss Pioneer Day Kaylee Dilworth, 2012 Jr. Miss Pioneer Day Sierra Cox, 2012 ‘Lil Miss Pioneer Day Kandyce Dilworth.
Outgoing winners were 2014 Miss Pioneer Day Kendra Ramsey, daughter of Kenny & Kadra Ramsey, 2014 Jr. Miss Pioneer Day Kaylin Hooten, daughter of Chad & Kristen Hooten and 2014 ‘Lil Miss Pioneer Day Camy Barsh, daughter of Brandon & Candice Barsh. During their final walk, before crowning their successors, these former winners were singled out for their work this past year and their grace in honoring their titles.
The 2015 Miss, Jr. Miss & ‘Lil Miss winners will reign over the 40th. Annual Pioneer Day Festival on October 3, 2015, plus ride in the Sept. 5th. West Fest parade, pass out trophies and gifts at the 5th. Annual Classic Car Show, ride in the lighted Christmas parade on December 12th. and be honored at the 2016 Chamber Awards banquet in February. We congratulate all the winners and thank the sponsors, volunteers and parents/guardians for their participation in making this pageant such a success.
Pictured left to right:
Jordyn Barsh, 2015 Jr. Miss Pioneer Day, Montana Aspen Dawn Meyer, 2015 Miss Pioneer Day & Brynlie Vantreese, 2015 ‘Lil Miss Pioneer Day.
For Immediate Release – The Pampered Pachyderms of the Carson & Barnes Circus are looking forward to their upcoming stop at Whitney’s W.I.S.D School Bus Barn, 1501 N. Brazos St, 4:30 & 7:30 P.M. The Circus is sponsored by The Lake Whitney Chamber of Commerce.
On March 12th at 3:00 pm, the biggest stars of the Circus are scheduled to receive full “Spa Treatment” from head to toe, and the public is invited to watch.
The Whitney Fire Department and TheLake Whitney Chamber of Commerce has joined efforts with the Carson & Barnes Circus to honor the prestigious elephants. The Whitney Fire Department will host an elephant shower when they aid the mighty Carson & Barnes Circus in bathing their amazing animals
Lisa, Becky, and Tracy will be lathered, scrubbed, exfoliated, moisturized, and pedicured, so they look and feel their best when they greet fans at that afternoon’s big top performance. The process takes gallons of specially formulated “beauty soap” and hundreds of gallons of fresh water.
The all-new 79th Edition of the Carson & Barnes Circus also features a giant menagerie of exotic animals from around the world, which can be seen free of charge before each scheduled performance. Elephant and pony rides are available for a small charge on the Circus midway, along with many other exciting pre-show activities. Carson & Barnes Circus is affordable for the entire family. Advance tickets are just $12.00 for Adults and $6.00 for Children under age 12. Prices are $16.00 for Adults and $10.00 for Children under age 12 when purchased on Circus show days. Show times are 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the AT THE WHITNEY HIGH SCHOOL BUS BARN PROPERTY..
Contact the Carson & Barnes Circus Publicity Department at (580) 326-2233 for media information, photos, or to schedule interviews with Circus performersComplete tour and ticketing information is available on the Carson & Barnes Circus website: www.BigTopShow.com or by calling (580) 743-7292
Come out and support the Lake Whitney Chamber of Commerce and see the World’s Biggest Big Top Circus appearing for one day only, Thursday March 12, 2015, at 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the Whitney High School. The Carson and Barnes Circus celebrates 79 years of excitement and laughs under The Big Top. Don’t miss this chance to see the circus you remember as a child. For more information visit www.BigTopShow.com or call (580) 743-7292.
Get one free Child’s ticket when you purchase any Adult ticket online at www.BigTopShow.com or from your local Lake Whitney Chamber of Commerce!!
Please forward this letter to your members and your community and help support the Lake Whitney Chamber of Commerce.
Downtown Whitney on Saturday, December 13, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. There will be Arts, Crafts. Baked goods, Plants & Flowers and other items to sell to our Christmas shoppers plus all the Merchants will be having holiday specials. There will be food downtown all day long along with the End Zone and Nate’s Colorado Street Grille. Call Diana Reed at 254-694-2540, the Lake Whitney Chamber of Commerce, for more information on set up times, etc. Sidewalk Vendor space is available for a $10.00 donation or $10.00 worth of food; both which will be donated to the Whitney Area Food Bank.
5:00 p.m. the lighting of our downtown Christmas tree and Country Club Assisted Living Residents Christmas Hand Bell Music.
5:15p.m. Whitney High School Choir will sing under the direction of Mrs. Sheri Hayes.
6:00 p.m. Whitney’s Christmas Parade in Lights sponsored by the Lake Whitney Chamber of Commerce and the Whitney Volunteer Fire Department. Parade applications can be picked up at the Whitney City Hall offices.
By Lake Whitney in November 23rd 2014 Comments Off on The internationally-acclaimed comedy basketball team THE HARLEM AMBASSADORS are coming to WHITNEY!
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On January 28, 2015 the Lake Whitney Chamber of Commerce will sponsor the Harlem Ambassadors to play basketball against “Whitney’s Finest, the “Whitney Wild Ones” at 7:00 pm in the Whitney High School Gym. So far we have 3 players signed up and need 17 more. We also need sponsors for these players and this event to offset the cost of bringing this entertainment to Whitney, for the signs and advertising & publicity, the feeding and housing of the team, etc . I know it’s close to the Christmas season but would you dig deep and help us keep events coming to our wonderful community to benefit the members and the entire community? Thanks for your consideration and whatever you pledge, I can send you a bill which will give you a little time to add this expense to your budget.
By Lake Whitney in November 14th 2014 Comments Off on Award presented from MDA to Judy Smith of Texas Great Country Café & Pie Pantry
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Award presented from MDA to Judy Smith of Texas Great Country Café & Pie Pantry for hosting the event and for treating everyone to lunch, Mary Hawhee, representative from Chamber member Chicken Express, individual Chamber Member, Misachilene Dennis, Realtor with Bosque Real Estate at Lake Whitney, representative Shannon Cottongame from chamber member The Lakelander, Chamber Vice-President Tammy Atchley of First Bank, and Whitney Fire Dept. Chief Wayland Price and Chamber member along with Chamber member April Sanders, owner of The Lakelander.
Hill County Day in Austin has been set for Thursday, February 26.
Two charter buses will transport Hill County residents for a day of activities at the capitol visiting with state leaders and attending sessions for both the House of Representatives and Senate.
A catered meal will be served at noon in the capitol’s underground extension.
In the afternoon, State Representative Byron Cook, R-Corsicana, and Senator Brian Birdwell, R-Granbury, are expected to speak to the group, plus representatives from key state agencies will be on hand to update citizens on legislation being considered.
More information on the cost of the trip and other details will be announced after the first of the year.
The trip is hosted each legislative session by chambers of commerce from Hillsboro, Whitney, Itasca and Hubbard.
For more information or sponsorship opportunities, contact the Hillsboro chamber at 254-582-2481 or 1-800-HILLSBORO