The Hideout Golf Club at Lake Brownwood held a grand opening event and ribbon cutting on Thursday, May 1st to show off their new facility.
The Hideout Golf Club is located on Lake Brownwood in the Heart of Texas and is situated on rolling terrain, dotted with numerous lakes and ponds. The 18 hole golf course has many well placed bunkers and water features to provide a challenging yet relaxing round of golf.
The open house also highlighted the Hideout's new clubhouse. It features a beautiful deck overlooking the golf course, a large swimming pool and several rooms for overnight stays. A picturesque setting to relax or to hold a special event.
Visit their new facility at Lake Brownwood located at 6680 FM 2632 or call (325) 784-4653 for more information.
Pictured are Hideout Golf Cl
The 51st annual Brown County Rodeo is fast approaching and organizers are getting set for a great lineup of events and activities including the rodeo parade.
As a major component to the rodeo each year, the Brown County Rodeo Parade will travel through Downtown Brownwood and feature a wide assortment of entries. Entry forms are now being accepted for the parade which will take place Saturday, June 14th at 10 AM.
Participants in the parade should begin lining up at 8:30 AM for award judging at the Brownwood Coliseum. Awards will be presented for best in-town float, best out of town float, riding club awards, best decorated vehicles, best antique vehicles, best horse drawn vehicles, and best bikes/unicycle. Brownwood Mayor Stephen Haynes will also select one entry for the Mayor’s Choice Award.
The Young Leaders of Brown County will hold their next monthly social on Tuesday, May 13th from 5:30 PM to 7 PM at the Turtle Enoteca located at 514 Center Ave.
Attendees will enjoy an evening of drinks, food and karaoke hosted by the Young Leaders of Brown County and presented by Jennifer W. Broughton - Attorney at Law.
The Brownwood Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, April 22nd to welcome new member, American Cancer Society.
The American Cancer Society is the beneficiary for the Relay for Life, an event that raises over $80,000 that benefits local cancer patients.
Brownwood Chamber to Present Excellence in Tourism Award May 7th During National Travel & Tourism Week
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce will present their annual "Excellence in Tourism" award on Wednesday, May 7th during a reception event commemorating National Travel and Tourism Week. The event will take place at noon at the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce office, 600 E. Depot Street in Brownwood.
The gathering amplifies the U.S. Travel Association’s multiyear campaign—known as Travel Effect—to prove the huge impact that travel and tourism has on communities, businesses and local, state and national economies.
“The numbers tell the story: Travel supports 14.9 million jobs across the nation, including many right here in Brown County,” said Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce Tourism Director Sunni Modawell. “Not only do the rally and National Travel and Tourism Week celebrate the benefits of travel in our community, but the monumental week also allows us to inform elected officials and local citizens about the industry’s true widespread effect in Texas and across America.”
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors unanimously approved naming Ray Tipton as Executive Director on Monday.
"Ray has been a great asset to the Chamber as marketing manager for the last several years," said Chamber Board Chairman Aaron Diaz. "He has proven himself as a leader and has made great strides helping the chamber grow while focusing on local businesses."
Tipton has been interim executive director since February after being the Brownwood Chamber's director of business development and marketing for almost 5 years.
Before joining the chamber staff, he was a licensed real estate agent. He has also owned several local businesses over the last two decades.
"Being a business owner helps me to understand the struggles that they go through," Tipton said. "I have a passion for our community and want to take my past experiences in small business to help current businesses thrive."
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce and Condor Document Services will hold a document shredding event during the Keep Brownwood Beautiful County-Wide clean-up day on Saturday, May 3rd from 8 AM - 2 PM. The event will take place underneath the Austin Avenue Overpass next to the Brownwood Intermediate School.
A mobile shredding truck will destroy all documents on site. Drive up and drop off up to 3 file boxes of documents. For each box of documents, please bring 2 non-perishable food items to be donated to the local food bank.
In addition to the document shredding, Keep Brownwood Beautiful and the City of Brownwood will be holding their county-wide clean-up.
The Brownwood and Early Chambers of Commerce held a joint ribbon cutting on Wednesday, April 16th during the grand re-opening celebration for Fitness Evolution.
Now located in Heartland Mall, Fitness Evolution is a professional gym that helps with nutritional advice, building strength, gaining flexibility, improving performance and more.
The gym outlined and demonstrated several of their fitness programs during the event.
For more information contact Fitness Evolution at 325-513-6040 or visit their website at www.fitnessevolutiontx.com.
The Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce recently gave a donation to the Lyric Theatre in Downtown Brownwood to help with the historic theatre's restoration project which is currently underway.
Brownwood Chamber board members presented a check for $25,000 to the Lyric board. This money will be doubled thanks to a pledge from another donor to match every dollar up to $500,000 given to the Lyric between now and May 31st.
Lyric officials encourage the public to take advantage of this matching funds offer and consider making a contribution to the project now.
"If we can rally everyone now, we will be in the theatre this summer celebrating our 100th anniversary," said Lyric Managing Director Eric Evans.
While fundraising for the theater’s restoration has been under way in recent years, the Lyric Performing Arts Company has been producing major musicals and dramas along with children’s theater camps in other venues, including those at Brownwood High School and Howard Payne University.
The reopening of the Lyric will provide a “home” for LPAC productions, and will give the community a new location for a variety of other shows, productions and meetings not sponsored by the company. It is also expected to be a major draw for tourists to the downtown area, where they will also find shopping and dining opportunities.
Including the balcony, the restored Lyric Theatre will seat 364 people.
The Lyric Theatre, located at 318 Center Ave. in the heart of the downtown business district, officially opened its doors Sept. 18, 1914. For a city the size of Brownwood, it was a large facility and became popular with theatrical troupes and performers from all over the nation and the world. Its offerings included traveling stock companies, dramatizations of famous novels, hypnotists, ballroom dancing, novelty musical numbers, vaudeville comedy acts, dramas, performances by the Lyric Orchestra, and major motion pictures.
Early in the 20th century, the Lyric evolved into a movie house. The Lyric continued to serve the area as a movie theater until 1959, when it was closed. From 1963 until 2003, the building was home to an upscale clothing shop.