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June 25, 2014

Jacksonville Chamber announces 42 new members

JACKSONVILLE — The Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce has gained 42 new members since April 1st.   The Chamber of Commerce Executive Board and Board of Directors helped the staff to secure these new Chamber members.

The Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors are: Kris Sturrock (Chairwoman of the Board), Randy Gorham (Treasurer), Tam Nannen (Chair elect of the Board), Brett Brewer, Debbie Kerzee, Nathan Jones, Pam Anderson, Kathleen Stanfill, Robin Butt, Bob Francis, Tricia Thomason, Bruce Mehlenbacher, Brittany Traylor, Darin Wood, Kourtney Bruno, David Butler, Darrell Dement, Rob Gowin, Joan Malone, Dick Stone, Alisha Tarrant, Byron Underwood, Bobbie Durham, Becky Hesterley, Mark Kusmerick, Hallie Peoples, Judy Terry and Jaclyn Tyler. Please be sure to stop by and visit these new members and support them as they support Jacksonville and our community.

To join the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce you can go to our website www.JacksonvilleTexas.com and join today! For all upcoming events be sure to Like our Facebook page www.facebook.com/JacksonvilleChamber.   

 

New Members from April to June

Jacksonville Soccer Association

Jim Harkins

Traditions Restaurant & Catering

Blackstone & Martin Bookkeeping Services

Denny’s

Fred Douglass Community Development Corporation

Bella’s Furniture

Cornerstone Baptist Church

Sam & Kim Smith

Cherokee County Soil and Water Conservation District #427

Boren-Conner Funeral Home

First Church of the Nazarene

Texas Vessels & Fabrication

BeautiControl – Shelly Lipe

Nu Texas Truck Stop

Edward Jones – Jody Dyess

L.C. & Joan Malone

Race Runner

Farm & Ranch Feed Store LLC

Over the Edge Tattoos

Trade Winds Motel

Relay for Life of Cherokee County

Smart Foodz

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Nick & Kelley Peacock

Jacksonville Citizens Police Academy

AARONS

Casey Aviation

The Dobrovolny Law Firm

Jacksonville Fence Co.

B & R Cattle

Community Funeral Home of Jacksonville

Williams Funeral Home

Confetti Photography

Lupe’s Mexican Restaurant

OB/GYN of Jacksonville

Tipton Air Conditioning

Texas Tanglers Salon

ALPHA RHO-BETA SIGMA PHI

Klein Animal Shelter

Genesis Home Care and Hospice

Dixie Wine Company

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