Saturday, March 3rd 2012, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, The New 92.1 KTFW and Clark Gardens will host the a bridal expo among the gorgeous flowers of the Gardens where 5 chosen couples will compete for the Ultimate Wedding Giveaway and one will win a dream wedding worth $15,000 complete with all the sparkle, glitz and glamour they could imagine!

In addition to a faux wedding, there will be vendors on hand: photographers, florists, caterers, wedding dresses, and more.

75th Annual PRCA/WPRA Pro-Rodeo

The Palo Pinto County Livestock Association 75th Annual All-American Series PRCA/WPRA Pro-Rodeo will take place May 9 through 11. It is one of the Oldest and Finest outdoor Pro-Rodeos in the nation.

EVERY NIGHT , you can enjoy all the regular pro-rodeo events PLUS Mutton Bustin' and Calf Scrambles for the kids, Local Team Roping in addition to the Pros AND two area girls riding groups - The Cowgirls of Hope open EACH NIGHT's rodeo and The Cowgirl Chicks perform their nationally renowned trick riding maneuvers EACH NIGHT at  intermission! If you haven't seen them - you shouldn't miss the chance! If you have seen these groups, you know you shouldn't miss the chance to see them again. They just keep getting better! Beer and Food Concession by Mesquite Pit and other snack vendors too.


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The Old Jail Museum will be featuring Alamo Images: Changing Perspectives of a Texas Experience March 8 through March 31.

They will survey the Alamo of the Texas imagination through illustrations drawn from historical documents, paintings, sketches, cartoons, comic books, television, and movie interpretations. Alamo Images focuses not merely on Texas history, but on the mythic power of events that helped define a community, state, and nation and on the ways in which people learn history.


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Ambassadors serve as the welcoming arm of the Chamber, hosting ribbon cuttings and special events and, every month, thanking renewing members in person for their membership. The Welcoming Crew Sponsor is recognized in each ribbon cutting announcement and publicity item throughout the year and has the opportunity to include their promotional items in new member packets. The Welcoming Crew Sponsor serves as the host and sponsor of the Annual Ambassador Appreciation Luncheon.

Business Development Seminars

These seminars update members on business topics and trends including technology and marking.

New Member Briefings & Reception

Twice a year, the New Member Briefing provides information about all that the Chamber has to offer members. All members are invited to attend at no charge and refreshments are served.

Member of the Month Program

The Member of the Month Program recognizes 12 members each year as determined by the Chamber’s Board of Directors. The Member of the Month Sonsor is recognized on the Member of the Month signage, which is displayed 365 days a year at different locations in Mineral Wells, and in each publicity announcement.

Business After Hours

This networking event provides opportunities for  members to make business connections on a quarterly basis with 60 to 80 attendees each time. This program highlights the services and/or facility of the host.

Leads Group Program

The Leads Group is a new program in 2011, with each group restricted to one representative from each industry. Leads Group members provide member-to-member referrals in an environment of accountability. The Leads Group Sponsor appears on each agenda and in all Leads Group publicity.

Chamber Events

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Chamber Annual Awards Banquet

The Annual Awards Banquet is a celebration of the successes of the past year, with 15 awards categories from Outstanding Industrial Partner to Best Customer Service. The banquet also marks the beginning of the Chamber year.

May Fundraiser – Mineral Wells Got Talent

Mineral Wells Got Talent!  is the top-fundraiser for the Chamber and shows off local talent—or wannabe talent—in a fun, relaxed environment.

Shop Local and Win! & Christmas Market

Shop Local and Win! is the Chamber’s award-winning local shopping promotion that runs Nov. 1 through Dec. 24.

Governmental Affairs and Community Development


Policy Briefings

The Policy Briefings inform the Chamber membership on a particular policy topic of interest to the business community.

Legislative Briefing

The Legislative Briefings feature a local representative or legislative staffer and give members an overview of the legislative issues facing the business community in an upcoming or ongoing legislative session

Legislative Appreciation Luncheon

The Legislative Appreciation Luncheon features a high-profile keynote speaker and serves as a time for the Chamber to recognize both national, state, and local elected officials.

Legislative Agenda

The Chamber’s legislative agenda is developed by the Governmental Affairs Committee and serves as the document by which the Chamber advocates for pro-business policies.

Leadership Mineral Wells

Leadership Mineral Wells is a self-facilitated development program for top and merging community leaders. The mission of Leadership Mineral Wells is to train tomorrow’s leaders today in such vital areas as economic development, tourism, and human needs. This 9-month program requires participants to be visible in the community. The presenting sponsors would have the opportunity to welcome past and present leadership attendees at the February orientation and November graduation and be included with logo in all Leadership invitations and publicity information. Sponsorships cover meals, supplies, and specific Leadership trainings that the group undertakes during the year.

Junior Ambassadors

Junior Ambassadors are high school juniors and seniors who commit to 50 hours of volunteering or job shadowing during the summer months through the Chamber. Junior Ambassadors are visible in the community throughout the summer. One scholarship is given each year to a Junior Ambassador based on hours completed and a reflective essay.

Twelve@12 Business Retention Program

12@12 is the Chamber’s Business Retention Program. With city, county, and industrial foundation leaders, the Chamber facilitates a series of luncheons for existing businesses designed to assess needs and barriers to growth as well as opportunities. The program’s philosophy extends from the fact that it is easier to keep a business than recruit a new one, and that the needs of existing businesses should be served first.

Chamber Publications

Newsletter and Website

The Chamber website links members with local residents, potential residents, and visitors and is a primary method of communication with the public. The website receives more than 50,000 visitors each year. The Chamber newsletter is the Chamber’s chief method of communicating with its membership directly. 500 newsletters are circulated each month. Space is limited

E-mail Newsletter

Chamber Flash provides updated news from Chamber members twice weekly to more than 900 readers. Readership is not limited to members, because the Chamber wants as many people as possible to read its news. However, only members may request that news be sent through Chamber Flash.