Law Enforcement Offers Free Classes to Defend Against Active Shooter Events

Law Enforcement Offers Free Classes to Defend Against Active Shooter Events

Mercer

Join Early Police Chief David Mercer as he teaches the proper response if you fall victim to an ACTIVE SHOOTER at your business or at another location
Chief Mercer will discuss how to:
AVOID hostile situations
DENY a Shooter’s Access to you and your Family
DEFEND yourself effectively and legally
OPEN CARRY LAWS and how they affect you!
 
Date: Monday February 22, 2016
Time: 12:00 noon
Hosted by: Early Chamber of Commerce
Lunch: Bring your own Brown Bag

Reserve your sponsorship spot on KTAB and KRBC

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Reserve your sponsorship spot on KTAB and KRBC
Your business will obtain 4-8 spots during a one month period
You must be a member of the Early Chamber of Commerce

$100 dollars will reserve a spot and entail quality coverage for your organization or business. Your $100 will include promotion materials such as filming and editing. Still shots are also accepted. For more information, or to reserve your spot, call the chamber today.

Ribbon Cutting – Scentsy Independent Consultant – Shelly Moffatt

Shelly Moffatt Scentsy

The Early Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Shelly Moffatt and Independent Scentsy Consultant on Wednesday, January 27th, 2016.

Shelly Moffatt has been with Scentsy for a year and a half and keeps stock on hand if you need scents, warmers, diffusers, sprays, the stuffed animals, etc. Shelly does home parties, work parties, or vendor shows so she is available for you to contact her anytime. You can order from her website at: https://shellymoffatt.scentsy.us/ For more information contact Shelly at 325-642-5311

Madrid – Ranger College 6 Weeks Study Program & Junior/Senior Program

Have the Experience of a Lifetime

Four (4,595, July 2-29) or Six (6,395, June 16-July29) Weeks Study in Spain program with Ranger College.

Prices include:

  • Round Trip Airfare
  • 3 meals a day while in Madrid
  • Health Insurance
  • 3 days in Paris (With hotel and Buffet breakfast)

For More Information contact:

Dr. Orlando Moreno @ Ranger College
Brown Co. Center (Heartland Mall)
Phone: 325-641-5726 or
omoreno@rangercollege.edu

 

Ranger College Study in Spain Program for Juniors & Seniors in High School (July 2-15)

 

  • 15 days in Madrid and Surrounding areas
  • Earn 3 hours of College Credits in Humanities
  • Cost $ 3,295

Includes:

  1. Round Trip Airfare
  2. Three Meals a Day
  3. Visits to Sights & Museums
  4. Health Insurance

 

For More Information contact:

Dr. Orlando Moreno @ Ranger College
Brown Co. Center (Heartland Mall)
Phone: 325-641-5726 or
omoreno@rangercollege.edu

Care Nursing & Rehab Easter Egg Hunt

 

CARE NURSING & REHABILITATION

IS HOSTING THE EARLY COMMUNITY

EASTER EGG HUNT

SATURDAY MARCH 12, 2016 FROM 10:00 AM TO 12:30 PM

LOCATED AT: CARE NURSING & REHABILITATION

200 COUNTY ROAD 616, EARLY, TEXAS 76802

PHONE NUMBER: 325-646-5521

WE WILL HAVE 3 AGE GROUPS, 4 AND UNDER

5 TO 8 AND 9 TO 12 YEAR OLDS. WITH 2 GRAND

PRIZE WINNERS IN EACH AGE CATEGORY.

COME TAKE A PHOTO WITH THE EASTER BUNNY

IN HER EASTER GARDEN.

Care Nursing Home Easter Egg Hunt

2016 TMCN Junior Leadership Teams

EARLY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HAS 4 STUDENTS ATTENDING TMCN LEADERSHIP 2016.

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Engaged, committed individuals are more productive, more efficient and deliver high-level service, and the Early Chamber of Commerce is excited to have 4 EHS juniors participating in the Leadership 2016 class. Leadership Participants are: Danielle Contreras, Maggie Yantis, Courtnie Smith, and Cassie Durden. According to Shawn Russell, Executive Director of the Early Chamber of Commerce “This program helps students and our future leader move their communities forward, thinking outside the box and then bringing those skills back to Early”.  Leadership TMCN helps participants to discover tools that will begin to move their organization from the stall, known as complacency, towards a world-class experience. They examine their current community commitment; learn the importance of creating value with others, and that there is a difference between just being present and being passionate about what you do. The program is facilitated by Tutt & Daggs and present by Texas Midwest Community Network. These 4 young ladies traveled to Abilene for their first session and will return in April for another class. They will team up, develop, and implement a project for a panel of judges in the fall with the opportunity to receive scholarships. “We are so pleased to have a partnership with local business owners that will serve as their mentors, stated Russell.  This year’s student business mentors are Brent Gooch, Chick-fil-a; Mike Hall with Mike Hall State Farm and Clint Patrick with MCSB-Early Branch.   It is important for our students to be connected to our local businesses and leadership and maintain relations for future goals and planning in our communities.

Pictured: Michael Daggs, Maggie Yantis, Danielle Contreras, Cassie Durden, Courtnie Smith, Melissa Sanderson, & Kevin Tutt