Crabby Cones of Groesbeck was keeping everyone cool during the parade and bicycle contest on July 4. The Groesbeck Chamber executive director is pictured with the Crabby Cones Crew and thanks them for their continued support and dedication to the Groesbeck Community.
Visiting International students aged 15 - 17 years old are seeking host families in the area for an academic year or semester. Exchange students from countries such as Spain, Poland, Brazil, Italy,Thailand, France, South Korea, Hungary, Netherlands, Switzerland, Mexico and Germany become members of their host family while learning their family’s traditions and sharing their own. It’s a great way to learn a new culture and add a little spark to your daily routine while promoting international diplomacy at a local level.
From the Groesbeck 4th of July Parade announcer’s stand at 10:20 am on July 4th, Michelle Latray read the Declaration of Independence on behalf of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the CenTex Defense Bar. This is part of an annual event hosted by TCDLA in which Defense lawyers all over the state stand and read this honored document.
Groesbeck Chamber hosted a Children’s Patriotic Bicycle Contest on July 4 after the downtown parade. The top three winners were treated to a bag full of donated certificates from Los Pepe’s, Sonic, Crabby Cones, plus bracelets from Farmers State Bank and a Fireworks bundle from Jay’s Fireworks. Thank you to the donors for support of this year’s contest.