The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, September 26th for La Sorella.
L Sorella, meaning 'sisters' in Italian, is a new venue specializing in wine and craft beer where people can come together in a relaxing environment that feels like home. Leona Cleveland's passion for pets and people, entrepreneurial spirit, and knowledge of wine led her into the new phase of life as a local business owner. Leona said that the dream of this gathering place is possible because of the bonds and relationships she has formed over wine.
La Sorella is located at 2803 Austin Avenue, in Brownwood. For more information, call (325) 203-2891 or visit their page on Facebook.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Thursday, September 21st for the Grand Opening and new owner of Trees Forever Nursery in Brownwood.
Trees Forever Nursery is located at 3803 Hwy. 377 South. They help customers select trees, shrubs, garden supplies and plants for their flower beds and yards. They offer landscaping design for business or home, tree trimming and specializes in 10" caliber trees.
Business hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Saturday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Tuesday is National Night Out for Brown County and area residents are getting ready to hold block parties to meet neighbors and local law enforcement.
This year, dozens of block parties are scheduled across the county in Brownwood, Early, Bangs, and several rural locations.
The Brownwood and Early Police Departments; the Brown County Sheriff's office; area fire departments; along with other city and county officials will visit these parties taking place Tuesday, October 3rd between 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
Residents attending block parties are encouraged to bring canned tuna to benefit Good Samaritan Ministries, who will collect the donated cans during National Night Out.
Local participating sponsors for the 2017 National Night Out include Heart of Texas Crime Stoppers, 3M Company, Atmos Energy, Oncor, TexasBank, Lifeguard Ambulance Service , and Weldon Wilson Electric. Goodie bags sponsored by Andy's Pest Troopers.
For more information about National Night Out, call the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce at 325-646-9535.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Monday, September 11th for Nancy Ervin, Damsel in Defense Independent Damsel Pro.
Damsel in Defense is a direct sales company who's Independent Damsel Pros equip, empower and educate women to protect themselves and their families. They provide women with the necessary tools for self-defense.
For more information call 325-998-3167 or visit the website at www.mydamselpro.net/PRO5726.
The Brownwood and Early Chambers of Commerce held a joint ribbon cutting on Wednesday, September 6th for Spa de la Terre.
Spa de la Terre is a full-service hair and nail salon that exclusively uses Aveda hair products. They provide a full range of color services from highlighting, lowlighting, semi-permanent, permanent hair color correction and color glossing. Other services they offer include spa pedicures, body massages, waxing, brow tint and a complete suite of eyelash services and makeup.
Spa De La Terre hair and nail salon is located at 1107 Riverside Drive in Brownwood and online at spadelaterre.com or call 325-732-5757.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce and the Early Chamber of Commerce held a joint ribbon cutting on Thursday, August 24th for Blue Sky Entertainment during their Tailgate Like a Champion event.
Blue Sky Entertainment is the parent company for Brown County radio stations KBNX – 97.9/103.9 SUNNY FM, KXXU – 104.3 KISS FM, KQMJ – 104.7 LA LEY and KSZX – 105.5 – THE BULL. The ribbon cuttings and football-themed event were held at their newly remodeled offices at 510 Early Boulevard in Early.
For more information about Blue Sky Entertainment, contact Ron Oswalt, Business Development Specialist at 325-430-0338.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, August 22nd for Syndgar Trading Company.
Syndgar Trading Company strives to provide unique and familiar jewelry that enhances the character of each person, imports handcrafted knives that will be treasured for generations, and creates dry rubs that intensifies each meal with flavor and comfort. Their goal is to grow within the trade routes by searching the world markets to bring to each customer fine gifts, give back to the community through the various outreach programs and events, and give the best customer service available to make each interaction special for all who visit them.
The Brownwood and Early Chambers of Commerce held a joint ribbon cutting on Friday, August 11th for the official Grand Opening of Weakley-Watson Ace Hardware in Brownwood as Ace Hardware's 5000th Store.
Their Grand Opening event was held this past weekend and included food, music, and special drawings and much more. Weakley-Watson is the oldest hardware store in the state of Texas, operating since 1876.
Weakley-Watson Ace Hardware is located at 1414 Austin Avenue.
Neighbors throughout Brown County are being invited to join together for the 2017 National Night Out (NNO) crime and drug prevention event on Tuesday, October 3rd.
Coordinators of the local NNO event are currently looking for block captains to organize small gatherings in neighborhoods in Brown County. These gatherings will be a rallying point where neighbors can meet each other, visit with law enforcement officials, and send a message to potential criminals.
From 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on October 3rd, residents in neighborhoods throughout Brown County are asked to spend the evening outside with neighbors and police. Many neighborhoods throughout the area will be hosting a variety of special events such as block parties, cookouts, visits from police, contests, and other activities.
National Night Out is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness; generate support for, and participation in, local anticrime efforts; strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; and send a message to criminals letting them know neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.
Representatives from the Brownwood Police Department, Brown County Sheriff's Office, Early Police Department, Bangs Police Department, area fire departments, and city officials will travel around Brownwood, Early, Bangs and Brown County during the event to visit these gatherings and speak to those in attendance.