Thorndale Chamber board deems annual Revue another success

By DARLEEN TUCKER
TACC Secretary

The Thorndale Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) met in their regular meeting on June 28 at the Downtown Cafe in Thorndale. The minutes of the previous meeting were approved as well as the treasurer’s report.

Committee reports were he a rd f rom t he Bu si ne ss D e velopment C om m it te e which included an update by Brian Morton on the progress of the opening of the Thorndale Meat Market tentatively scheduled for some time in July. An update was given by Kati Watson on the Chamber Development Committee regarding new TACC member packets.

Susan Drabek of the Community Involvement Committee gave an update on the recent Thorndale City Council meeting she attended.

Under old business, the recent roof repair by Gage Roofing was approved. Also discussed was the wrap up of the Miss Thorndale Revue. Congratulations to the new Miss Thorndale, Cara Goetz, and finalist Kristen Garza.

The TACC would like to thank all the participants in the Revue. Your support of our activities is most appreciated. In other business, the Zumba classes by Audrey Gamble held in the TACC building on Tuesday and Thursday night were approved.

New business included a motion approved to rent TACC tables and chairs for local events. It was also approved to enhance the appearance of the TACC building by adding decorations of live plants and other amenities. A rental of a safety deposit box was also approved. Other building rentals were discussed.

The next meeting of the TACC will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 26. If you are interested in supporting the improvement of the business climate in Thorndale, please join us at our meetings. The TACC is dedicated to holding family-friendly events and would welcome individual as well as business memberships. For more information, please call Brian Morton at 512-658-5378 or Darleen Tucker at 512-898-2727.

Please join us in our quest to bring business to Thorndale and prove that a good time can be had in a small town.


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