Wolfforth Chamber buzz: Busy bees!
The Wolfforth Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture (whew!) is involved in several activities over the next week or so.
On Saturday, there’s an open house and ribbon cutting for The Flower Box, located at 716 U.S. 62/82 Ste. C. The open house runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and the ribbon cutting is at 11 a.m.
On Monday, the Chamber is hosting the Ag 2 Youth day for all Frenship fourth graders. (They’re not nothings!) That event will be all day, with the elementary students learning a bit about agriculture and nutrition.
On Tuesday, the Chamber is somehow involved in a train event at Wolfforth’s new depot. Wolfforth City Manager Darrell Newsom was telling me earlier this afternoon that some folks on a two-week train tour of the nation are stopping by the depot in Wolfforth to see what an old-fashioned depot is like. They’ll possibly be getting a chuck wagon meal during the hour-or-so stopover. The city has had pretty short notice, but wants to do something to show off Wolfforth.
On Thursday, the Chamber is the official host of Mayor L.C. Childer’s National Day of Prayer event at Patterson Park. If the weather’s good, it will be outside under the city’s new pavilion. If it’s not as good, it’ll be inside the Wolfforth Community Center. It’s a come-and-go event so peoples can get to and from work as necessary, but it will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oh, and there’ll be food from American Bank of Commerce.
On Friday, I assume all Chamber members will be calling in sick to rest from such a busy week!
And I haven’t even mentioned the fact that the Chamber held a ribbon cutting today at the new Frenship High School Performing Arts Center this afternoon! Check out my Storify blog post compilation of all my tweets from that event, or just enjoy the following videos I made on my iPhone.
This is the Frenship High School pom squad performing after the ribbon cutting on the new stage!
This is Frenship High School’s choir performing after the ribbon cutting on the new stage!
This is the Wolfforth Chamber ribbon cutting at FHS. Yup, that looks like a ribbon cutting! Performing the final cut are FISD Superintendent David Vroonland and FHS Principal Kim Spicer.
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