Circus coming to Thorndale

By DARLEEN TUCKER
Thorndale Chamber secretary
The Thorndale Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) announced the Culpepper and Merriweather Circus is coming to Thorndale. The circus will be at the Thorndale City Park on Thursday, Sept. 30 with performances at 5:30 and 7 p.m. The three ring circus will have tickets on sale at the Rockdale Federal Credit Union, Downtown Cafe, Thorndale City Hall and Rodenbeck Farm and Ranch.

Advance tickets are $9 for adults and $6 for children 2- 12. Circus day tickets are $12 for adults and $7 for children 2-12. Come out and have a great, family-oriented, time and share the magic of circus with young and old alike.

A ribbon cutting for Thorndale’s newest business, Sassy Up, will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 25. This full-service salon offers hair-styling by four stylists: Dawn Sizemore, Tami Kovar, LaNae Wilson and Jill Eschberger. They also offer manicure and pedicure services by Jill. In addition, Dawn Melde is available for massage therapy and Stormi Brown, air brush artist, is also on staff.

ROOT BEER & FOOTBALL– What goes better with football than root beer floats. Senior members of the Rockdale Tiger football team were on hand to help pass out floats during Classic Bank’s annual Customer Appreciation Day on Friday. Above, Players (L-R) Austin Morrow, Terral Dixon, David Monroe, Le’Raven Clark and Sal BIshop help bank employee Carrie Berry mix the tasty treats. At left, D’Vontrea White serves a float to Graham Young. Reporter/Mike Brown ROOT BEER & FOOTBALL– What goes better with football than root beer floats. Senior members of the Rockdale Tiger football team were on hand to help pass out floats during Classic Bank’s annual Customer Appreciation Day on Friday. Above, Players (L-R) Austin Morrow, Terral Dixon, David Monroe, Le’Raven Clark and Sal BIshop help bank employee Carrie Berry mix the tasty treats. At left, D’Vontrea White serves a float to Graham Young. Reporter/Mike Brown Stop by and check out this new addition. They are open Tuesday through Saturday at 115 S. Main St. Call 512-898-2500 for an appointment and walkins are welcome.

The TACC would also like to welcome another new business to Thorndale. Great Expectations pre-school is now open at 200 Sidney Blvd. on the west side of town. The hours of business are 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and they have care available for infants to four-year-old children. They also offer before and after school care. Call 512-898- 4007 for further information. The TACC welcomes this new addition to our community.


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