By Lezley Brown, president/CEO, Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce
Have you reserved your seats yet? It is with great pleasure that the 2020 Board of Directors invites you to the 94th Annual Hopkins County Chamber of Commerce Banquet on Thursday, February 13, at 6 p.m. at the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center. Tickets are already going fast! We will host a Networking Cocktail Happy Half Hour at 6 p.m. Dinner will be served at 6:30, and the awards will follow at 7 p.m.
Please take this opportunity to bring your family, friends, and employees to an evening of dinner and community awards including Large and Small Business of the Year, Educator of the Year, Caregiver Award, Agriculturist of the Year, Woman of the Year, Growth and Renewal Award, Community Pride Award, and Citizen of the Year.
Our banquet theme is “Be the Light” and focuses on positivity and community pride moving into the next decade. It promises to be one of our most beautiful and unusual banquets to date. We are excited for you and your business to join us for this extraordinary evening. Please make your reservation TODAY by calling the Chamber of Commerce, (903) 885-6515, or by stopping by to visit at 110 Main St. in Sulphur Springs.
Hopkins County Reads held through Sulphur Springs Library
The Sulphur Springs Public Library sponsors the yearlong community wide event for teens and adults and includes author visits and discussions about the historical nature of the books. Author Ann Weisgarber will be here in Sulphur Springs to discuss the history surrounding Galveston Island during the 1900 hurricane and sign copies of her book, available for sale at the library on Thursday, January 30, at 6 p.m. at Sulphur Springs Public Library.
Uptown Cutts hosts their ribbon cutting celebration
Uptown Cutts, located at 1402 Mockingbird Lane in Sulphur Springs, will host their ribbon cutting celebration on Tuesday, February 4, at noon. Please join us at the celebration for networking and congratulating Uptown