Author: Hillsboro Chamber

Mark Calendar For Hill County Day In Austin

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...

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Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday is designed to bring customers into local businesses. Let’s shop local in Hillsboro on November 29th.  This is an excellent way to show our hometown businesses that we appreciate all they do for our Community. The Hillsboro Chamber supports Downtown businesses along with Outlets at Hillsboro. Vicki Hidde, President Hillsboro Chamber...

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Meal & Wheels — Needs volunteers

Meal and Wheels needs volunteers to deliver meals to our citizens in need of a nutritious meal. Cathy Martin, Senior Center Manager is recruiting volunteers to serve our community. Church on the Hill and other community service groups participate in this worthwhile organization. If you can help please call 254-582-9572  or 469-245-8388 (cell). Yes the meals are important, but  bringing a smile and conversation is priceless. Please consider this opportunity to serve your neighbor. Vicki Hidde Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce...

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November Hillsboro Happenings Newsletter

A Message from the President During the Month of November our thoughts turn to those of thanksgiving, gratitude and appreciation. It is wonderful working with a cooperative board and city officials to build relationships and support our local businesses. Natalie Meeks has stepped into the Main Street Roll and has planned the Cotton Pickin’ Fair, Halloween Haunted House, Christmas on Elm and other events. The haunted house collected over 100 pounds of food and raised over $700 for Hillsboro Interfaith Ministry. Rhett Reddell coordinated a team of volunteers that brought smiles to children faces and over 1500 attendees to...

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