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Chamber Chatter
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 • Posted December 5, 2012

We wish everyone in Mason a very Happy Holiday season! We hope that you enjoyed your Thanksgiving Holiday and are planningand decorating for the upcoming Christmas Holiday

As you can see, Santa’s Chamber elves have been hard at work decorating the courthouse lawn this year. We thank everyone that has helped make this possible! We would like to thank The County Commissioner’s Court and Riata Club for helping us make this possible! Our awesome community will SHINE for sure!

Also, remember the 1st Friday Art Walk coming up Friday Dec. 7th, we encourage all businesses to stay open after hours for this event.

A lot of calls are calling in confirming the Art Walk and folks are asking about shopping opportunities in Mason that evening.

We have a lot of exciting things going on at the Chamber and we would like the community to be a part of the action!

We are now taking nominations for upcoming board members if you or someone that you know are interested in serving a three year term on the Board of Directors. All nominees are to be submitted to the office no later than Dec. 10th 2012. We currently have three positions to fill.

We are very excited about our Winter/ Holiday Mixer that is going to be hosted by Uptown 244.


Chamber Members and guests are invited to attend a Chamber Mixer After-Hours Party at UPTOWN 244 on Tuesday, December 11, from 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Guests will much on Holiday hors d’oeuvres, delicious chocolates and tantalizing beverages while touring the party room location and making spirits bright. Door prizes will be given by Santa’s elves, so do drop by and share some Holiday Cheer with your fellow Mason Chamber Members.

UPTOWN 244 is located at 244 Ft. McKavitt. For more information, contact 325.347.7758 or the Chamber office at 325.347.5758.

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