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Tuesday, March 31 2015
Community Matters, Inc. is currently contacting Chamber members about advertising in the 2015-2016 Washington County Chamber Map & Online Interactive Map. The ad space is very limited and the time to reserve ad space is on a first-come, first-serve basis until the map fills up. Here are some of the highlights about the map program: 25,000 full color glossy copies Map will also be more
Categories: Chamber
Wednesday, March 11 2015
In April, people across the nation will be celebrating Administrative Professionals Week. In the United States alone, there are more than 4.1 million Administrative Assistants. The Chamber is excited to be hosting the first-ever Administrative Professionals’ Appreciation Luncheon on Wednesday, April 22, at the Blinn College Banquet Room in Brenham. This will be a fun and exciting event for more
Categories: Community
Monday, March 02 2015
Winners of the 2014 “A Slice of Life in Washington County” Photo Contest have been determined by a panel of judges from a number of submissions received during the past year. Perennial competitor Murry Grigsby of The Woodlands is a regular visitor to Washington County, always with his camera in hand, and submitted the first place winning photo of a country side spring sunrise. Last more
Categories: Chamber, Education, Human Interest
Tuesday, February 24 2015
Buy Local – Why Should You? Local dollars support local services. Local merchants cater to your preferences. Local merchants invest & donate in your community. You support local jobs and local families. It has a ripple effect…the local merchants buy local, too! You drive less, save time, save gas, and often prices are lower. You’ll enjoy better service after the sale! When more
Monday, February 09 2015
Chamber Staff adds Dawn Konieczny Please help us in welcoming Dawn Konieczny to the Chamber staff as the new Receptionist. She joined the staff in mid-January. As a lifelong resident of Brenham and a graduate of Brenham High School, Dawn is familiar with many businesses in the community. She has previously worked for the Washington County Treasurer’s office, the City of Brenham, Brenham ISD more
Monday, October 20 2014
Washington County is known for wildflowers, especially bluebonnets. They are a key factor that drives our local economy each spring and leads to a major rise in business activity. To maintain our status as one of the most scenic regions in the state, and keep the tourism impact that the wildflowers generate, there is a need to re-seed wildflowers along Highway 290 and sow seeds in safe public more
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