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Gridiron Heroes Spinal Cord Injury Foundation provides immediate, as well as, long term resources and support to individuals sustaining a catastrophic spinal cord injury through activities associated with high school football. On November 2, 2001, Chris Canales, a senior defensive back playing for San Marcos Baptist Academy, sustained a spinal cord injury during the fourth quarter of his final regular season game. Chris lay motionless on the field for 19 minutes. The next three weeks, Chris fought for his life. The following months he battled through rehabilitation trying to gain movement and learning how to function as a quadriplegic. Chris’ injury and the lack of any organized support system for families prompted his father, Eddie Canales, the Canales family, and former coach Mike Kipp to begin discussions about the desperate need for an organization for families who were forced to deal with the consequences of this devastating injury. In November of 2002, Chris and Eddie were in attendance at the Texas 3A State Championship football game in the Alamodome, in San Antonio. There they witnessed another spinal cord injury. This time it was Everman defensive back, Corey Fulbright. Chris turned to his Dad and said, “We need to go and help them. I know what he (Corey) is going to go through, and you know what the family will have to go through.” Inspired by the compassion of Chris, Eddie and Mike Kipp formed Gridiron Heroes Spinal Cord Injury Foundation. Articles of Incorporation were filed in February of 2003, and a 501(C) 3 Tax exempt status was obtained in May of the same year. Through a grant written by Eddie & his dad, Coach Robert M. Canales, funds received helped kick-off its first year. Pictured above are Chris and Eddie Canales, Ronald Oswalt and members of the Early and Brownwood Chambers of Commerce.
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Ribbon Cutting held for Edward Jones, Financial Advisor, Zane Barnes. Edward Jones is located at 500 Early Blvd. Come see Zane for all you investing and retirement planning! As an Edward Jones financial advisor, I believe it’s important to invest my time to understand what you’re working toward before you invest your money. It’s also important to understand the level of risk you’re comfortable accepting when investing so we can balance it with the steps necessary to reach your long-term goals.
Whether you’re planning for retirement, saving for college for children or grandchildren, or just trying to protect the financial future of the ones you care for the most, we can work together to develop specific strategies to help you achieve your goals. We can also monitor your progress to help make sure you stay on track or determine if any adjustments need to be made. Throughout it all, we’re dedicated to providing you top-notch client service. Pictured below are Zane Barnes, Financial Advisor and Laura Hines, Senior Branch Office Administrator along with Board and Ambassador members of the Early Chamber of Commerce.
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The Early and Brownwood Chambers of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting on Friday, June 9th for Spirit of Texas Winery. Pictured at top are Spirit of Texas Winery owners Brian and Moira McCue with Early and Brownwood Chamber ambassadors and board members. The new winery opened in April of this year and offers a selection of wines that can be enjoyed in their tasting room or outside on the patio.
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THE EARLY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HELD A RIBBON CUTTING FOR DAYS DINER ON FRIDAY, JUNE 16TH. Home cooking, Homemade pies, great salad bar, Friday and Saturday night buffets, Clean and friendly atmosphere, breakfast served all day. Attentive staff, great service, clean and remodeled.
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Joint Ribbon Cutting with Early and Brownwood Chambers of Commerce at the Lehnis Railroad Museum: The exhibit “Working On The Railroad”, officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony. This permanent exhibit is located in the main foyer of the Museum, and makes a striking entrance that immediately engages visitors. This exhibit was made possible by generous grants from the Cen-Tex Rural Transportation District, and Mr. Bob Lambert of Austin.
Dave Olhausen, representing Cen-Tex, and Bob Lambert cut the ribbons and placed a plaque dedicating the exhibit.
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Affordacare is a New Approach to delivering the health care your family needs. They strive to provide cutting- edge medical care at an overall reduced cost to you. The staff at Affordacare can provide patients with referrals to the following: Primary Care Physicians, Physical Therapy, Chiropractic Care, Diagnostic Imaging, Surgeons, and many other specialists. They offer full x-ray service on-site to assist in the diagnosis of your problem if needed, and each image is carefully examined by a board certified radiologist. Full laboratory services are also available.Teachers in the area are LOVING Affordacare because they no longer must drive to Abilene to do routine blood work!
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