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Events and business news from Nacogdoches. "The Oldest Town in Texas" is located at the crossroads of U.S. Highway 59 and State Highway 21 - the famous El Camino Real. Located 140 miles north of Houston and 180 miles southeast of Dallas, Nacogdoches blends the beauty of the Old South with the vibrancy of a university community.
Beth Samford welcomed guests, and Chamber members to the ribbon cutting of her new business, Signature Smiles. Signature Smiles is located at 3205 N. University Dr. Ste. A (across from the post office). They offer an assortment of teeth whitening techniques that is suitable for any lifestyle. Signature Smiles is brightening Nacogdoches one smile at a time, so come on in and see what product suits you.
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Come out Saturday at the Nacogdoches Farmer's Market to stock up on a variety of handcrafted, locally grown items. The Nacogdoches Farmer's Market is currently open on Saturday mornings and offers fresh produce, unique gifts, and a variety of other delicious items.
EPA's Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule will become fully effective and enforceable on April 22, 2010. The rule applies to all "renovations" including many typical housing maintenance and remodeling activities performed for "compensation" in pre-1978 "target housing" and pre-1978 "child - occupied facilities" when the work will disturb paint, stain, shellac and varnish that has not been tested and certified as lead free.
With the compliance deadline looming for this new Federal regulation, now is the time to take action. Connor Institute is ready to help!
Connor Institute, an EPA-accredited national training provider, is offering the required EPA Certified Renovator Initial full-day course in your area.
Register now by clicking on the following link to Connor Institutes web page to select and pay for your class: http://www.connorinstitute.com/classes/rrp/aspx.
The registration rate is $250/student, which includes all training materials, AM and PM refreshments, a light lunch, and issuance of the certification document electronically upon successful completion of the course. Classes are limited to 20 students each, so hurry!
The EPA fines and penalties for non-compliance are stiff, and April 22, 2010 will be here before you realize it. Take advantage of this opportunity to get yourself and your employees, as well as your contractors' and subcontractors' workers, trained as Certified Renovators.
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Come out and help Nacogdoches Medical Center celebrate thirty-five years of service, care, and quality Thursday, March 25 at 3:00 pm. Nacogdoches Medical Center is located at 4920 NE Stallings Drive and the 35th anniversary celebration will be held in the Women's Center Lobby. For more information call (936) 568 - 3289.
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This Tuesday, February 23 Rhonda Schmidt (RN, FNP-C) invited Chamber members and guests to the ribbon cutting of her new practice, Practitioners on the Go. Serving Nacogdoches, Angelina, Shelby County and surrounding areas, Practitioners on the Go is reinventing the house call. Take a look at some of the many things Practitioners on the Go can do for you:
To find out more information check out the website at www.practitionersonthego.com. The main office number is (936) 205 - 1099 and their toll free number is (888) 315 - 9031. You can even email Rhonda Schmidt at email@example.com
The Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee greatly thanks the sponsors and volunteers participation and support of the third biennial Lone Star Legislative
More than 260 people total registered in advance for the eight sub-events, with more arriving at the registration desk.
The luncheon drew close to 200 attendees.
Photos from the event.
Summit chair John Ruckel greets attendees.
Benchwarmers needed at the head of the Tucker Woods trail.
Waiting for a thaw in Kiwanis Park.
Quiet scene at the SFA Native Plant Center.
The third Lone Star Legislative Summit is set for February 17 and 18 in Nacogdoches, Texas. The event kicks off with the Lone Star Reception on Wednesday, February 17 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Hotel Fredonia. Summit sessions begin with an early breakfast on Thursday, February 18 on the second floor of the Stephen F. Austin Sate University Student Center. Sessions run through the afternoon. Topics include Transportation, Education, Water Resources, and Property Rights.
Last year during the Azalea Trails more than 8500 people walked through the Visitor's Center doors. This year the event will take place March 13 - April 3rd with hopes of an increase in participants. Make a special note on your calendars for March 20 because the CVB has graciously agreed to promote this year's Sidewalk Sale in conjunction with their Azalea Trail plant sale in over 10,000 AT Brochures, across the state and beyond! The Sidewalk Sale will start at 10 a.m. and last until 4 p.m. there will be activities that day downtown so tell your friends and come out for some fun! To see a full schedule of the days events check out their website at www.nacogdochesazaleas.com
Stephen F. Austin State University welcomed 2010 with 12,029 students enrolled for the spring semester. This new number easily surpassed the spring 2009 enrollment by 7.2% or 803 students and also marks the eighth consecutive reporting period of increases in enrollment figures. This growing figure also goes above and beyond the record set more than 25 years ago in the spring of 1984 of 11,886 students. What's causing such an increase? SFA President Dr. Baker Pattillo recognizes the hard work and dedication put in by the employees in all areas of the university as the main cause. He explained that everyone across the campus is involved in recruiting top - quality students to SFA.