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Pittsburg Camp County Chamber of Commerce is
Celebrating 75 Years!
Notice our new logo for 2021? The Pittsburg Camp County Chamber of Commerce is celebrating it’s 75th Anniversary this year. March 16, 1946, to today. We are celebrating 75 years of serving Pittsburg and its businesses. We will recognize this important milestone in various ways throughout the year, starting with our Virtual Awards Ceremony in March. (Date & time TBA). Thank you to Ginger Lane of Texas Twister for creating our beautiful anniversary logo.
2021 Chamber Award Nominations
We know that 2020 was not our best year and most of us stayed hunkered down in our homes. But, some stood out, who went above and beyond, who went the extra mile for our community. We are now taking nominations for the following awards that we will recognize at the Virtual Awards Ceremony in March. (Date TBA) For a list of each award’s criteria, click here, and we will email it to you.
The deadline for submissions is February 12. We are giving awards for:
Dr. P.A. Reitz Memorial, Man-of-the-Year Award
Drucilla Pruett Memorial, Woman-of-the-Year Award
Aubrey E. Pilgrim Memorial, Agricultural Award
What is the Northeast Texas Child Advocacy Center?
The Northeast Texas Child Advocacy Center offers a safe child-friendly environment to children, male and female, between the ages of 2-17 who allegedly have been sexually or severely physically abused or have been a witness to a violent crime. The children who come to the NETCAC are allowed to tell their experiences in a non-leading way to a trained forensic interviewer rather than having to repeat it multiple times to multiple agencies involved in the investigation and prosecution, therefore reducing the trauma to the child.
The NETCAC meets the standards and criteria set by the Texas Family Code and is a member of the Children’s Advocacy Centers of Texas and the National Children’s Alliance. http://s www.NETCAC.org.
Dr. Bill Gilbert graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary medicine in 1993. After graduation, Dr. Gilbert practiced for two years in Bowling Green, Kentucky, before moving to Winnsboro Veterinary Medical Center in Winnsboro, Texas, where he practiced for ten years. In 2005, He opened Northeast Texas Equine Services in Pittsburg. After selling this practice, Dr. Gilbert now works as a relief Veterinarian at Pittsburg Veterinary Clinic.
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