On Tuesday, June 28th, 2016, the Sulphur Springs Chamber of Commerce held three ribbon cuttings for businesses in the area. At 4:30 pm the ribbon was cut for The Potato House, at 5:00 pm Celebration Antiques, and at 5:30 pm Al’s Diner. All three businesses are located on Connally Street and have had a great success in the Sulphur Springs community. The new Dairy Festival Queen, Sadie Evans, attended her first three ribbon cuttings simultaneously. Along with Ms. Evans, Lezley Brown was among the crowd performing her new duties as Chamber of Commerce President\CEO. After the ribbon cuttings took place, live music, entertainment and refreshments were provided at Celebration Antiques to those attending and they had a blast!