The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Thursday, September 25 for Sawa Japanese Steak House.
The new restaurant located at 515 E. Commerce in Brownwood offers a selection of authentic Japanese cuisine with choices of sushi, habachi, teriyaki and much more.
Their experienced habachi chefs will entertain with their cooking skills at the customer's table.
For more information, contact Sawa Japanese Steak House at 326-646-7292 or visit their website at sawabrownwood.com.
The Young Leaders of Brown County will host their next quarterly luncheon on Wednesday, October 8th at the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce.
This quarter's luncheon will feature Jill Evans from Family Services Center. Jill will share with the group about the importance of volunteerism and the many opportunities to volunteer in the Brown County Area.
The luncheon, sponsored by Blaylock Funeral Home, will begin at noon and lunch will be provided at no cost. Register online in the events calendar at BrownwoodChamber.org or call Missi Malone at 325-646-9535
Planning for Brown County's National Night Out is underway, and organizers for the event will distribute block party packets this week.
Registered block party captains and those interested in holding a block party can pick up a packet at the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce or the Early Chamber of Commerce starting on Wednesday, September 24. The packets will include a block party guide with invitations, tips on holding a party, information about National Night Out and other goodies that can be distributed to each block party. Block party captains will also receive a t-shirt and a yard sign to help promote the event.
This year, National Night Out will be held on Tuesday, October 7th from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in neighborhoods across Brown County. Dozens of neighborhoods have already signed up to participate in National Night Out, but many areas still need to be represented. Organizers are encouraging all residents to participate and make sure their neighborhood is signed up to have these neighborhood gatherings, cookouts, and parties. Law enforcement officials and emergency responders will visit each party during the event.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for their newest member, Easyfinancial Services on Thursday, September 11th.
Easyfinancial provides personal loans of $500 to $5,000 with terms of 9 to 36 months. Customers can get cash fast with a simple 15-minute application process and approval in 24 hours.
Easyfinancial provides flexible payment options and no hidden fees.
For more information contact Veronica at (325) 643-6500 or visit their location at 1214 Looney in Brownwood.
With You in Mind Publications, one of the largest magazine publishers in Texas, has released the premier issue of their new magazine, Brown County Living.
The new magazine will be a bi-annual publication dedicated to the people, places and things that make this area such a wonderful place to live.
In partnership with the Brownwood and Early Chambers of Commerce, Brown County Living will also include a chamber membership directory. These members allow local chambers to connect area customers and businesses together, while also providing and facilitating local events.
"We are thrilled to partner with this new publication to help promote local businesses through the Chamber membership directory," said Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Ray Tipton. "This new magazine will be a great asset to the community and will highlight why Brown County is a great place to live, work and visit."
Every issue of Brown County Living will feature stories about individuals, groups and places in the Brown County area.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, August 26 for one of their newest members, The Southern Junkie.
The Southern Junkie is Brownwood's newest boutique located in Downtown Brownwood. The new store sells women and children's clothing, accessories, home decor and much more.
This Saturday, August 30th from 11 AM - 3 PM they will hold their Grand Opening bash which includes sales, giveaways, food and more.
Visit their location at 112 W Anderson Street in Brownwood or call (325) 646-5865 for more information.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Thursday, August 21 for Premier High School.
Premier High School is a school of choice that serves students in Brown County and the surrounding area. The campus currently serves students in grades 6-12 in its regular program. Premier of Brownwood/Early is accredited by TEA and provides programs such as: academic credit recovery, dual-credit classes, character development, and college preparation and readiness programs.
The family-oriented climate at Premier High School of Brownwood/Early provides an environment of mutual respect between staff and students. Students are able to have their needs met in a supportive environment while obtaining a quality education.
Established in 2007 as Paradigm Charter School, Premier offers another choice for students seeking education in a public school setting.
Central Texas Opportunities, Inc. officials turned over keys to a new home Monday thanks to their Homeowner Rehabilitation Assistance Program.
Jennifer Barton is now the proud owner of a newly constructed home on Hawkins Street in Brownwood through the program and took possession of the home after a short ceremony and ribbon cutting.
The Homeowner Rehabilitation Assistance Program is in place to expand the supply of decent, safe and affordable housing in the area through rehabilitation or demolition and reconstruction of owner-occupied housing.
Homeowners can apply for the program through Central Texas Opportunities if they meet specific income guidelines, have clear marketable title, can provide evidence of ownership, will occupy the assisted property as their primary residence and be current on taxes.
Central Texas Opportunities has not only provided this new home in Brownwood but also reconstructed one in Bangs and two in Coleman.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, July 29th for the opening of Saint Mary's ABC Academy.
ABC Academy provides preschool education for children ages 3 to 5, and classes will be held on Tuesday and Thursdays from 10 AM to 2:30 PM. Classes will follow the Brownwood ISD schedule and begin the first week of September.
There is a supply fee of $50. To register a child, call 325-646-7455 or visit their location at 1101 Booker St.