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Chamber Chatter!
Wednesday, November 23, 2011 • Posted November 23, 2011

The Mason County Chamber of Commerce would like to thank everyone that participated in the Wild Game Dinner this year, we had a great turnout, over 600 in attendance! We love the opportunity to recognize the importance of Hunting and all of the commerce that it brings to our Hill Country community. We couldn’t have pulled it off without great volunteers, gun donors and great board of directors; and, this year, our hats are off to Jason McMillan, board member and chair of this year’s big event! We are already planning for the 2012 Wild Game Dinner and would appreciate any wild game donations, please contact the Chamber office at 325-347-5758 if you are interested in helping contribute to next year’s Wild Game Dinner.Event updates and reminders:It is time to usher in the Christmas spirit here in Mason, Texas as we celebrate Light Up Our Town along with Tannenbaum on the beautiful Mason Square, Saturday, November 26th 2011. There will be various types of vendors attending to provide a great opportunity to do some Christmas shopping, booths open at noon and will remain open until 7 p.m. We will also have lots of fun activities for the kiddos, great food, entertainment by local talent, a visit from Santa at 4:15, the illuminating of Christmas lights around the square and so much more!! The Mason County Chamber of Commerce along with Alpha Beta Psi invite all of you out to enjoy this time with the community, we hope to see all of you there!! Merchants, remember this is a GREAT opportunity for you to invite the public in for some shopping after normal business hours!It is almost time to start the nomination process for electing civic award recipients, please think of your nominees and submit them to the Chamber office: The categories are: Business of the year 10 years and under, Business of the year 10 years and over, business man of the year, business woman of the year, Citizen of the year, public Servant of the year, Hall of Fame, and Educator of the year.

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