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9th Annual Hunting Heritage Banquet
Conserve. Hunt. Share.
Tickets and information:
Richard/Lisa Sewell 254-855-2902
Rick Brooks 254-315-3686
Peter Cornell 254-582-7433
43rd Annual Pioneer Day
Saturday October 6, 2018
Call The Chamber 254-694-2540 for more information.
By Pentecost of 1977 they had completed the necessary work for them to charter and give birth to Our Savior Lutheran Church of Whitney.
We invite you to join us for the celebration of the 40th birthday of Our Savior Lutheran Church on Pentecost, June 4, 2017 at 4 pm. A light reception will be offered. To help us prepare, please RSVP by phone to 254-694-3234, or by email to PWottrich@aol.com, no later than Friday, 5/26.
The celebration will be held at the church properties located at 117 HCR 2129E, just south of Highway 22 less than a mile west of the intersection of highways 22 and 933.
Chartering Pastor, Rev. Teichmiller, will be the featured guest at our celebration. Present Pastor, Rev. Philip Wottrich, will be there as well. And we hope you will, too!
Check out some of the Auction Items we have received for the Awards Dinner – Thursday, February 2, 2017!
A big thank you to these donors:
- A Tisket A Tasket – Two (2) Gift Certificates
- Arrowhead Resort – Butterfly Glass Picture Frame
- Brookshire’s– Four (4) Gift Cards
- Cherokee Village Resort – Stoneware Crock Pitcher/Hand Painted & Texas Coffee Table Book
- Citizens State Bank – Camo Cooler Bag w/Supplies
- Family Home Health Care – Autographed Hank Blalock Baseball & Autographed Troy Aikman Photo
- First Bank & Trust – Black & Decker Chain Saw & Black & Decker Blower/Vac/Mulcher
- HILCO Electric Co-op, Inc. –Painted Masterbuilt Electric Smokehouse
- Lake Whitney Dental – Two (2) Phillips Sonicare Toothbrush Sets
- Lake Whitney Garden Club – 16” Blue Ceramic Planter
- Penney Crafts – Barbed Wire Cross / Handcrafted with area barbed wire
- Qwik Pack & Ship – Purse with Matching Wallet
- Sydell Riverplace Pottery – Four (4) Crosses & Bowl / Handcarved stoneware & porcelain featuring the romantic technique of Majolica by Jeanne Sydell
- The Outpost – Dick’s Canoes – Two (2) Canoe or Kayak Trips
- Town Hall Estates – 12” & 10” Ceramic Planters
Auction: Your donation of items for the live auction and silent auction will help the chamber keep up the good work of promoting Lake Whitney and supporting other projects that make the city and lake area a better place to live, work and play.
We want to make sure that your organization will get much-deserved publicity
for the items that you donate. Early donations will have their item listed and pictured in the newsletter, on our website and Facebook each week. Please turn in your item to the chamber office by January 30, 2017. If you need to have someone pick up your item, please call the chamber office at 254-694-2540.
If you would like to donate money rather than merchandise, it is most welcome.
The chamber will see that the cash donation is also recognized.
Promote your business: The LWCC would also like to give you an opportunity to promote your goods and/or services. You may turn in 20-50 “gimme” items (e.g. pens, caps, cups, notepads, rack cards, brochures, etc) to the chamber office. These items will be available on the hall tables for the guests to see and take.
Dr. Thompson graduated medical school and completed his residency in general surgery from Louisiana State University in New Orleans, Louisiana. He joins the staff at Hill County Surgical Services starting April 4, 2016 and specializes in all areas of general surgery including breast and skin cancers. Preventive care colonoscopies and endoscopies are also available with Dr. Thompson. Dr. Thompson performs minimally invasive surgical procedures; which means smaller scars, less pain, and faster healing times compared to traditional surgery.
With him, Dr. Thompson brings his wife of 20 years, Jeanne, and their 2 teenage sons. Dr. Thompson’s philosophy of care fits right in with our community. “I want the people of Hill County to know that smaller hospitals can sometimes do things better than the big cities. You can be taken care of by people that know you and your family and that can be a real source of comfort.” He continued, “There’s always a need for the bigger hospitals and the specialists there but good safe surgical access is around the corner at Hill Regional Hospital.”
Dr. Thompson is currently scheduling new patients and same day appointments will often be available starting April 4th. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact his office at 254-580-9989.