Summer means swimming

Lessons underway at City Pool

The first session of swimming lessons is underway at the City Pool. The next session will be held in July.

British Soccer Camp growing

More kids than ever this year

Two coaches from England came to teach kids soccer skills at the British Soccer Camp this week.

Local teams go undefeated!

7th grade girls & 9th grade boys

Two traveling basketball teams were undefeated in a basketball tournament in San Angelo recently to earn the title of champions.

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  • District 2-A1 Governor A.J. Dolle visited the Colorado City Lions Club to help with the annual officer installation. He had a few encouraging words for local Lions before the installation began.Dolle passed on kudos for the local district, as the C-City club’s district was number one in growth in the state during the 2015-16 year. “That means we’ve got enthusiasm and pride in what the Lions are do...
  • Jason Rodriquez, son of Tommy and Julie Rodriquez of Colorado City, graduated from the University of Texas at Austin on May 21st. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health with a major in Sports Management and McCombs School of Business – Business Foundations Certificate.Rodriquez is a 2012 graduate of Colorado High School. He is the grandson of Alice and the late Joe Davila of Col...
  • Two guys from “across the pond” visited Colorado City last week, as the annual British Soccer Camp was held. The camp grows every year, and this year up to 19 kids participated each day in three different age divisions.Soccer camp takes place each year, thanks to the enrollment completed by parents online. Mindy Hale and Mandy Beavers organize the camp every summer. The ladies’ parents, Matt and M...
  • The early bird gets the worm or at least the freshest produce in Mitchell County! The Chamber of Commerce Farmers Market is back, and the fresh fruits and veggies are already arriving.The market will be open for business at the chamber office, located at the civic center at 2nd and Oak St., each Monday and Thursday morning, starting at 8 a.m. All gardeners are encouraged to participate. Last year,...

Calling all gardeners!

chamber farmers marketThe early bird gets the worm or at least the freshest produce in Mitchell County! The Chamber of Commerce Farmers Market is back, and the fresh fruits and veggies are already arriving.
The market will be open for business at the chamber office, located at the civic center at 2nd and Oak St., each Monday and Thursday morning, starting at 8 a.m. All gardeners are encouraged to participate.
Last year, the farmers market had 10 producers bringing their garden fresh fruits and vegetables to the chamber office. This year, Chamber Manager Amanda Jo Ritchey and her husband, Ray, are bringing in softball-sized onions, and a gardener from Loraine has already been bringing in squash and cucumbers.
The farmers market is a good way for those who don’t have a garden to get a taste of freshly picked crops. For more information about the program, contact Ritchey at the chamber by calling 325-728-3403.

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