As this day ends, I would like to say, “It was a wonderful day!” We have prepared for this holiday for months. I’m always amazed how it falls right into place each year–growing bigger and bigger! (Maybe a little warmer each year!)
When planning we always keep the past volunteers in mind. The hours they worked to make each year a success! And to make that impression on the ones who volunteer now.
I personally want to thank each one of you!Karen Ellis, President, Centerville Chamber of Commerce
Without all of us doing our part it would not be successful. Always remember, our town is small but continues to have the biggest heart. Let’s all keep the traditions going–we always need volunteers.
God Bless the USA! God Bless Leon County and our Small Town 75833.
Karen Ellis, President
Chamber of Commerce
Reading of the Declaration of Independence
Michelle Latray with the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Assoc. read the Declaration of Independence was at the gazebo. We thank her for her time and dedication to stand for our Country. Plan to stand with her next year!
Art and Food Competitions
Beauty Pageant Winners
Citizen of the Year & Organization of the Year
Business of the Year, Town Cafe (not pictured)
The 306 Cornhole Park had a great turn out with 25 teams at the 4th of July Cornhole tournament!