Our new Board Members have been installed, and we are ready to take on the next year.
Left to right: Larry Huddleston, Cindy Tayem, Leslie Porter Wilson, Julie Fowler, Tim Cypert, Nanette McCoy, Tony Lyons, Tiffany Olson, Mark Russo, Lynette Coughlin, Cristal Cienfuegos, Karen Parks and Erin Kincaid (not present)
Wynn Nail Spa in Royse City opened its doors with a Ribbon Cutting on May 1st. The owners and staff are very nice and the facility is beautiful. Everyone enjoyed lunch, visiting and even getting manis and pedis. Go see them at 558 W. I-30 in Royse City or give them a call at 469-723-5173.
Welcome to the Chamber Community.
Our Congratulations go out to Mayor Janet Nichol as being the recipient of the Community Builder Award for 2017.
Darrell Thomas PM, Secretary of Royse City Masonic Lodge #663 explains that the Community Builder Award is designed to enable a Masonic Lodge to recognize outstanding non-Masons who has distinguished themselves through their service to the community, to the local, state or national government, to their church or Synagogue, or to humanity. Thus, the award will be made available to be presented to individuals who although they have never been initiated into Masonry, have followed the same precepts, ideals and standard that have been established for Masonic behavior.
Every community has individuals who have earned the Community Builder Award over and over again. We may find them in service clubs, in the public-school system, in religious activities, in public office, in military or patriotic organizations, in all sorts of volunteer work, everywhere we look but often do not see.
Mayor Janet Nichol has had an open door to communicating with the citizens of Royse City. Listening to our rants and raves on every aspect of our growing community, and has always had our grand little growing city in your best interests, keeping in mind of what our community needs and wants and remaining in balance”.
The Lodge will present Mayor Nichol with this prestigious award on June 1st, 2017 at the Royse City Masonic Lodge at 6:00 pm. This is a combined awards banquet that the scholarship recipients will attend.
The Royse City Chamber was honored to have the opportunity to hold a Ribbon Cutting for the installation of WiFi downtown Royse City.
This addition was made possible through a collaboration of the Royse City Main Street Program, the City of Royse City and the Royse City Independent School District. It will enable students who may not have internet at home to use their school issued chrome books anywhere within a 2 block radius of downtown. It will also be beneficial to any event that is being held downtown for those who may need internet access, and will ultimately be a tool for better communication with the community.
For more information, contact Paula Morris, Main Street Director at 972-524-4846
The Royse City Chamber of Commerce welcomed three of its newest members with a Plaque Presentation at the monthly luncheon on April 18th at Occasions at Stone River.
Those pictured are (L to R): Larry Lyons, Lyons AC & Heating; Dorothy Hogue, Treasures on Main Street; Nathan Custer, Custer Remodeling.
You can find all of their contact information on our Chamber website. We appreciate your partnership!
Bret Wilson with Wilson Investment Services, LLC was welcomed with a Ribbon Cutting to the Royse city Chamber on April 10th. Bret has been in the financial services industry for 16 years with the mission to build, manage, and protect investment portfolios for investors that want to grow wealth, save for retirement, and/or have income in retirement while staying within their risk levels. Contact him for a free consultation at 972-772-9599.
The Royse City Chamber of Commerce welcomed Treasures on Main St. to downtown Royse City on Saturday, April 8th. This unique shop is owned and operated by couple Dorothy & Justin Hogue.The store has handmade furnishings, décor, fresh and preserved florals, clothing, jewelry and more. It is truly a “shop local” shop as most of the products are made locally. Stop by and see them at 211 E. Main Street.