Thorndale Chamber ‘hams’ it up this season

By DARLEEN TUCKER
Thorndale Chamber secretary


PRIZE WINNERS—They’re neighbors and Antique Queens and Talk of the Town hair have each won a decoration contest this holiday season Antique Queens won the business division of the Rockdale Chamber of Commerce contest last week. Earlier in the month Talk of the Town won first in the Rockdale Downtown Association contest. PRIZE WINNERS—They’re neighbors and Antique Queens and Talk of the Town hair have each won a decoration contest this holiday season Antique Queens won the business division of the Rockdale Chamber of Commerce contest last week. Earlier in the month Talk of the Town won first in the Rockdale Downtown Association contest. Thor nda le A rea Chamber of Commerce (TACC) “ hammed” it up at the recent Christmas Parade. For the past several weeks, merchants in Thorndale had tickets available in their places of business for chances on a free ham to be drawn following the parade in Thorndale.

The business sponsored a ham and the TACC provided the tickets and the containers. The TACC encourages everyone to continue shopping in Thorndale for your Christmas gifts and to support our fine local merchants.

According to the ham drawing chairperson, Sara Lincoln, the winners were:


Reporter/Mike Brown Reporter/Mike Brown Bank of Texas-Thorndale– Scott Hall; BS Tire Shop–Tina Pitts; Butts Dry Goods–Felix B.; Country Roads Emporium– Logan Fisher; Darell’s Barber and Style/Linda White–Georgia Shrader; Marlis Davidson/ Thorndale Post Office–Camille Burgess; Larry and Susan Drabek– Freda Brooks; Family Hair Salon–Linda Grimm; Buddy and Marilyn Johnson–Brenda Niemtschk; Keefer’s Kreations– Russell Niemtschk.

A lso, L& L Food Salvage– Jane Becker; Elmore and Sarah Lincoln– Madely n Scr ug gs; Moder n Renovat ion s– Sa m Tatroe; Rodenbeck Farm and Ranch–Roy White; Sassy Up Salon–Bill Posey; Texas Title Company–Donna Fisher; Thorndale Area Chamber of C ommerce– Br it tany C or nwell, Beth Meredith, Brenda Johnson, Dean Johnson, Linda White; Thorndale Community Lumber Company–Lane Herzog; Thorndale Co- op–Allen Herzog.

Also, Rockdale Federal Credit Union-Thorndale branch– Ray Talafuse, Patricia Smith, Hugh Caf fey, Jr.; Thorndale Meat Market–Debi Posey; Town and Country Club–Sal Ramirez; Durwood and Darleen Tucker –Lauren O’Brien; Woelfel Automotive– Ray Gibbs.

The TACC would like to thank the citizens of Thorndale for supporting these businesses and a big thank you to the businesses for supporting this event during the parade. We appreciate all who participated.


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