New burger joint headed to Thorndale

By DARLENE TUCKER
TACC Secretary

The Thorndale Area Chamber of Commerce held a bake sale on Sat- urday at the Thorndale Meat Market on US 79. They sold delicious baked good and appreciates your support of this fundraiser.

In other business, during the group’s meeting last week, the TACC approved the minutes of the August meeting and also approved the treasurer’s report. Committee reports were also heard as well as an update on the new business going in at the site of the old Thorndale Meat Market. Plans are underway for a hamburger place in the style of the former Dairy Maid. In addition, a report was heard from Susan Drabek on the recent Thorndale city council meeting.

In old business, the directors heard a report on updating the TACC float with help from Miss Thorndale, Cara Goetz and her court, and special help from her sponsors, Sassy Up. Plans are to have the float redone in time for the Rockdale Fair Parade and then the Thorndale Christmas Parade scheduled for the first weekend in December.

In new business, the TACC directors were encouraged to at tend t he 4- H C elebrat ion Awards Ceremony held Sunday at the Thorndale Volunteer Firemen’s Hall. Plans are also underway for the Quilt Show/ Car Show/Motorcycle Run set for March 24, 2012. Mark your calendars now for this fun-filled event in downtown Thorndale. Also, the TACC has agreed to let Audrey Gamble continue with her Zumba classes in the TACC building for the remainder of the year. The classes will now be held three days a week, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Come join the fun way to exercise.

Don’t forget to work on your logo design for the TACC and send it in to t he Thor nda le Area Chamber of Commerce at PO Box 668, Thorndale, Texas 76577.

The TACC welcomes all citizens to attend their meetings and help with ideas to improve the business climate in Thorndale. The meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.

If you would like to become a member of the Thorndale Area Chamber of Commerce, please contact Brian Morton at 512- 658- 5378 or Darleen Tucker at 512- 898- 2727. A nd don’t forget to check out our website at thorndaletx.com.


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