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Sept 14

Posted by Pittsburg-Camp County Chamber of Commerce

Tonight 7pm the Patrones will play at Jerry's Bar and Grill $5 cover charge.

Friday 10 am the Health Fair 133 Jefferson, downtown Pittsburg. Sidewalk Sales downtown.

    Pioneer Days Health Fair Friday,  September 15th 10am to 1 pm NiCo Recycling, 133 Jefferson, downtown Pittsburg!
    We will offer:Blood Pressure, Oxygen Saturation, Blood Sugar, Carotid Screening, Stroke Education, Advanced Directive Information, Flu Shots - The first 20 are free!, Then $20 each,Clinic Provider pamphlets and Urgent care hours


Friday Hotdogs and Ice Cream Courthouse lawn

Friday 5 until 10 pm Wine Tasting. NTCC Our Place
Entertainment will be provided for the Wine event by  Bill Gilbert--Danny Cargo--Keith Allen--Jeff Kilburn and Thom Leonard


The Pittsburg Feed and Seed Dance hall will open Friday Night at 7

The Carnival will fill the night with lights and excitement staring at 6pm

Saturday the street of Pittsburg will be filled with Vendors form 8 am until 6pm

The Parade will be at 10 am led by the Tommy Lee Bike run. Over 100 Harley Davidson's will be in attendance.

And of course Chicken Scratch Bingo at noon under the red light.

Bar BQ cook off form 11am until 2pm with Live music form noon until 1

Entertainment for the BBQ cook off will be Danny Cargo and Thom Leonard


Live entertainment throughout the day at the Gazebo.

Grand opening, of the Feed and Seed Dancehall, September 15th, On stage we will have Daniel and the Boone's starting at 7 p.m.
Along with our prime rib Friday night special.
We will start our music lineup at 4 p.m. With Billy Boyd, and at 7 p.m. Outbound train with Lulu, formerly from Lulu and the Vipers.
And we will be open for our very first Sunday brunch on Sunday the 17th from 12 to 3 p.m.
We will have our first reservation only dinner with a special limited menu of cornish game hens and rib eye steaks from 5 to 8 p.m. For reservations please visit our Facebook page Pittsburg Feed and Seed or call 9039267741

Sept 1

Posted by Pittsburg-Camp County Chamber of Commerce

On Friday, September 1st Pizza Inn will have all you can eat ribs on the buffet.
Thursday, September 7th there will be live entertainment with Dale Cummings from Winnsboro 5:30-7:30 p.m.  He sings 50's, 60's and 70's music! 
Also on Friday, September 8th there will be all you can eat wings on the buffet.

Saturday Sept. 2, noon. we will cut the ribbon for Gods Closet. Come downtown and help welcome Gods Closet to their new location. 123 Jefferson Street.

My name is Mary Zepeda. My husband and I bought the old St. Rose winery and vineyard.
We plan on opening soon. So as we wait for our license we will open the vineyard to the public
to pick muscadine grapes. We will Start Thursday, August 31, 8:00am - 6:00pm.
The grapes will go for $1.50 a lb if you pick your own, and $2.00 a lb if I pick for you.
We will be open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday 8:00 am-6:00 pm in the month of September until all the muscadines are gone!
Please bring hats and water. I will have bags and buckets.

Full salad bar with free range chicken & turkey. Fresh vegetables with healthy sides.
CHOW NOW is coming to Main Street Market.  Download the app and order your food from the Market and pay straight from your phone.  We will deliver up to a $20.00 or have your order ready when you come in.
We are running a special in the gym 24 FOR 24.  24 sessions for $24 for each session which is a great savings.
Please contact us if you are interested in renting our Market for a Venue.



The streets of Historic Downtown Pittsburg will transform into an open-air marketplace on September 16 as vendors from all over East Texas converge on the city for Pioneer Days. Estimated attendance at the annual festival, which is Pittsburg’s biggest, is 10,000.

    Pioneer Days officially kicks off Wednesday, Sept. 13, Peach Queen Coronation at the High School Auditorium.
     Community Leader Luncheon. Thursday, Sept. 14.
    Live Music at Jerry's Bar & Grill "The Patron's"
    On Friday, Sept. 15, Health fair, Co-Sponsored by ETMC Pittsburg.  Sidewalk Sales by downtown merchants.
    A wine tasting at Our Place 4-10 p.m.
    The Pioneer Days carnival 6 p.m. Friday, lighting up the night with exhilarating rides and games until 10 p.m.
    Saturday’s festivities begin at 8 a.m. with more than 125 Main Street vendor booths, including a food and beverage court.
    Pendergrass Park and the Gazebo will be busy this year with Entertainment, Sponsored by Cypress Bank.
    Bar BQ Cook off.
    Chicken Scratch Bingo at 12 noon under the light at Mount Pleasant and Jefferson Streets.
    The Parade will begin at 10 a.m..
    The 13th annual Tommy Lee Memorial Biker Run will lead off the Parade and then head out on the highway
     6 pm  BULL RIDING, SADDLE BRONC, BAREBACK,
    For more information, contact Allen Weatherford at the Camp County Chamber of Commerce at 903-856-3442

    Pioneer Days Health Fair Friday,  September 15th 10am to 1 pm NiCo Recycling, 133 Jefferson, downtown Pittsburg!
    We will offer:Blood Pressure, Oxygen Saturation, Blood Sugar, Carotid Screening, Stroke Education, Advanced Directive Information, Flu Shots - The first 20 are free!, Then $20 each,Clinic Provider pamphlets and Urgent care hours 


This weekend Anvil Brewing Lucas kelm Friday night 7 to 10 p.m. along with prime rib special 16-ounce prime rib with garlic mashed potatoes house salad fresh-baked roll with rosemary butter. Saturday night Billy Boyd acoustic blues 7 to 10 p.m. With chicken piccata wonderful Italian pasta dish.
For our grand opening, of the Feed and Seed Dancehall, September 15th, On stage we will have Daniel and the Boone's starting at 7 p.m.
Along with our prime rib Friday night special.
On Saturday, in honor of the Tommy Lee biker rally,  we will be open for breakfast Saturday at 8 a.m. Until 10a.m.
We will start our music lineup at 4 p.m. With Billy Boyd, and at 7 p.m. Outbound train with Lulu, formerly from Lulu and the Vipers.
And we will be open for our very first Sunday brunch on Sunday the 17th from 12 to 4 p.m.
We will have our first reservation only dinner with a special limited menu of cornish game hens and rib eye steaks from 5 to 8 p.m. For reservations please visit our Facebook page Pittsburg Feed and Seed or call 903-708-5969.
White Linen Reservation Dinners will be the first and third Sundays of every month from 5 to 8 p.m. Reservations must be made by Friday at Noon.

Aug 28

Posted by Pittsburg-Camp County Chamber of Commerce

It is time again to work on the 2018 City of Pittsburg CommuniTee T-shirt. I have met with the representative  from LogoNation and have settled on a design for this years T-Shirt. This is a community project that enables us to hand out T-Shirts at community functions and for special visitors to Pittsburg. I have personally met with Alyssa Record, our communiTee representative. We have worked with this company for the last several years and I encourage you to participate in this program. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to call Alyssa at 318-512-2796.

Pioneer Days Health Fair Friday,  September 15th 10am to 1 pm NiCo Recycling, 133 Jefferson, downtown Pittsburg!
We will offer:Blood Pressure, Oxygen Saturation, Blood Sugar, Carotid Screening, Stroke Education, Advanced Directive Information, Flu Shots - The first 20 are free!, Then $20 each,Clinic Provider pamphlets and Urgent care hours

Big changes on the menu at Anvil Brewing
this weekend, we kick off the start of our new menu with lots of gourmet
  flatbread pizzas, Thai chicken pasta and Chicken Picata a delicious
Italian pasta dish. The Bulldog brown ale is back! And now we are
selling pictures of beer! Come order a couple of pizzas and a pitcher of
beer! On Friday night we will have Lucas Kelm playing an acoustic set
from 7 to 10 p.m. And then on Saterday we will have our second month of
open mic night with Daniel Foster and the boones starting at 6 p.m. This
is a fantastic event where any musician,  whether your guitarist or
singer,  can get on stage and perform your favorite Tunes! Come enjoy
the music and vote for your favorite artist. We will be doing a drawing
for one musician and one Patron too win a $25 gift certificate!

The Pittsburg High School Robotics Club is currently seeking sponsors for our 2017-2018 FTC Season! The funds that you provide will be used for parts, supplies, and registration. Any amount is appreciated. If anyone would like to donate please contact April Guzman (our Club Mentor) at 903-856-3646 ext:2408 or acastro@pittsburgisd.net. Thank you in advance!


My name is Mary Zepeda. My husband, Julio Zepeda and I just bought St Rose Winery and Vineyard and we will be hosting the first annual U-Pick Muscadine grapes starting Thursday, August 31, from 8:00-6:00. We will be open for U-Pick the whole month of September, every Thursday, Friday and Saturday until all the grapes are gone! Grapes will go for $1.50 lb, U-Pick and $2.00 lb, we pick for you. We have red grapes ( Black Beauty) and white grapes (Magnolia) I have buckets and bags ready. Cash or check only! We are not set up for credit cards yet. The name will be changed as soon as we get our signs made. New name : Zepeda Winery and Vineyard at the old St Rose. Address is 2170 CR 4110 on Dukes Chapel RD. Pittsburg. Bring hats!! Any questions my cell# 903-573-6108. Thank You!

The Community Development Office is encouraging everyone to decorate their show windows and stores for Fall! The Main Street Board is asking all Main Street businesses to have their Fall show windows done the week before Labor Day. But we don’t want to limit this to Main Street – we hope to see all Pittsburg businesses take part and decorate for Fall!



The streets of Historic Downtown Pittsburg will transform into an open-air marketplace on September 16 as vendors from all over East Texas converge on the city for Pioneer Days. Estimated attendance at the annual festival, which is Pittsburg’s biggest, is 10,000.



    Pioneer Days officially kicks off Wednesday, Sept. 13, Peach Queen Coronation at the High School Auditorium.
     Community Leader Luncheon. Thursday, Sept. 14.
    Live Music at Jerry's Bar & Grill "The Patron's"
    On Friday, Sept. 15, Health fair, Co-Sponsored by ETMC Pittsburg.  Sidewalk Sales by downtown merchants.
    A wine tasting at Our Place 4-10 p.m.
    The Pioneer Days carnival 6 p.m. Friday, lighting up the night with exhilarating rides and games until 10 p.m.
    Saturday’s festivities begin at 8 a.m. with more than 125 Main Street vendor booths, including a food and beverage court.
    Pendergrass Park and the Gazebo will be busy this year with Entertainment, Sponsored by Cypress Bank.
    Bar BQ Cook off.
    Chicken Scratch Bingo at 12 noon under the light at Mount Pleasant and Jefferson Streets.
    The Parade will begin at 10 a.m..
    The 13th annual Tommy Lee Memorial Biker Run will lead off the Parade and then head out on the highway
     6 pm  BULL RIDING, SADDLE BRONC, BAREBACK,
    For more information, contact Allen Weatherford at the Camp County Chamber of Commerce at 903-856-3442

July 27

Posted by Pittsburg-Camp County Chamber of Commerce

Verizon in Pittsburg  is planning an appreciation luncheon for all our Pittsburg First Responders on 8/11/17 and would like to reach out to ALL our chamber members and small businesses.  We need to raise about  $800.00 to help is accomplish this task.  I am asking for donations from everyone and no donation is too small. My number is 903-855-0092 and this is Queenie. Your donation no matter how small will be publicized on our event flyer and our Facebook and website and much appreciated.

Thank you in advance for your support in making this a success



Camp County Habitat For Humanity will hold an Open House at the new house, 401 Second St, Pittsburg,on Monday July 31 from 11-1.  We'll have hot dogs, chips and drinks.  Join us to celebrate what a great community we live in!

Thunderbird Point Crime Watch Meeting,Tuesday, August 1, 2017 at 6:30 pm at TVFD Firehouse, Guest Speakers, Light refreshments. See you

there!!!!

June 29

Posted by Pittsburg-Camp County Chamber of Commerce

Join us for Tri-County Independence Day Blast sponsored by CASA of Titus, Camp and Morris Counties on the 4th of July at Broach Park in Pittsburg from 7:00 to 9:30. There will be FREE fun booths for the kids, concession stand, music, parachute bingo (tickets on sale now), and fireworks will begin at dark. Please help support abused and neglected children in Titus, Camp and Morris Counties by purchasing Parachute Bingo Raffle Tickets for $5 or 5 for $20 for your chance to win $1000!!! These kids deserve your support! CASA Advocates, CASA Board Members, CASA Staff are selling tickets or call the CASA office at 903-767-3679.


FUMC Pittsburg youth and Tweens have completed 2 weeks of mission trips and all we have left is district camp at Lakeview July 9th-14th.  We are sending 22 youth and tweens to camp this summer and we need your help to finish covering the cost of camp.  Many of our kids live in households that cannot afford the $400.00 tuition, especially the households with more than 1 child.  (One of our families participating in camp is sending 4 kids, that's $1,600.)  In addition to a 12 month payment plan and The Kathy Wootten Camp Scholarship Fund we are hosting 2 more meals before camp in hopes to raise $4,000.  Please plan on attending and invite your friends.  Let us do the cooking this Sunday and Wednesday and you can do the eating!



The Pioneer Peach Queen contest kicks off July 1st with 5 area young ladies vying for the honor to claim the title of Pioneer Peach Queen for 2017.  Each contestant will be selling tickets to the Queen’s Pageant set for September 13th at the newly renovated Pittsburg High School Auditorium; they will also sell tickets to the Leaders Luncheon to be held on Thursday, September 14th at noon at the First Baptist Family Life Center; along with tickets for the pit Bar-b-que cook-off held on Saturday, September 16 from 11:00 to 1:00 on Rusk Street.  The Queen will be determined by the contestant who raises the most money from the ticket sales, fund raisers and donations to her candidacy. The winner will reign over this years’ Pioneer Days festival.  The event is sponsored by the Camp County/Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce. This years’ contestants are:

Sydney Hope Reynolds

Miss Sydney Hope Reynolds is a 17 year old senior at Pittsburg High School, sponsored by Rotary Club. She is active in basketball, softball and Spirit Corps.  Sydney has received district recognition awards in softball and basketball, 2 times Softball MVP; Basketball Offensive MVP; 4A State 3 point Leader; PHS 3 point record holder;  1st Team All District Softball; All-District Basketball; All East Texas Honorable Mention Basketball and Softball.. She also has been recognized as Academic All-State; All-State Honorable Mention and is a member of the National Honor Society.   Her future goals are to attend college and pursue a degree in Journalism. Sydney is the daughter of Mike and Robin Reynolds of Pittsburg. Her grandparents are Don Reynolds, and the late Mary Reynolds of Pittsburg; and, Weldon Peek and Margaret Peek all of Pittsburg.

Aniya Nykole Davis


Miss Aniya Nykole Davis is a 17 year old senior at Pittsburg High School, sponsored by Camp County Chapter of  National Association Advancement of Color People (NAACP). She is active in band, choir and track. Aniya has received regional and district recognition awards in All-Region Band and All-Region Choir, along with participating in Area Track Relays.  Her future goals are to attain a Juris Doctor degree and practice Criminal Law Defense. Aniya is the daughter of Alisha Searcy and Michael Wilson of Pittsburg. Her grandparents are the late Connie Dennis of Greenville and Anthony Searcy of Pittsburg.

Sydney Claire Waldrep

Miss Sydney Claire Waldrep is a 17 year old senior at Pittsburg High School, sponsored by Lions Club. She is active as a Varsity Cheerleader; Varsity Volleyball and Basketball, Varsity Softball, DECA, and First Baptist Youth. Sydney has received recognitions as 4-time All-American Cheerleader, Cheer Leadership Award, Honorable Mention Volleyball and Basketball, 1st  Team All District Softball.  She is on the A-Honor Roll, member of the National Honor Society and recipient of the AP World History Award. Her future goals are to attend college and participate in cheer on a college level while pursuing a decree in nursing. Sydney is the daughter of Terry and Ann Waldrep of Pittsburg. Her grandparents are Ina Lou Waldrep and the late Jerry E. Waldrep; and, Venita Smith and the late Turner Smith all of Pittsburg.


Taylor McKenna Bullock

Miss Taylor McKenna Bullock is a 17 year old senior at Pittsburg High School, sponsored by Kiwanis Club. She is active in Varsity Basketball and Varsity Softball; is a Varsity Cheerleader and First Baptist Youth.  Taylor has received district recognition awards as 1st Team All-District Softball; and 1st Team Academic; All Area East Texas 2nd Team Volleyball; National Honor Society and maintains a position of being in the top ten percent of her class. Her future goals are to attend college and pursue a career in the medical field.  Taylor is the daughter of Jeff and Amy Bullock of Pittsburg. Her grandparents are Floyd and Anita Henderson, along with Marvin and Ann Bullock all of Pittsburg.

Miss Asia Dalyse Palmer

Miss Asia Daiyse Palmer is a 17 year year old Pittsburg High School senior, sponsored by Douglass Alumni Association. She is active in Athletics, Debate Team, and Metropolitan Baptist Church. Her special accomplishment is being a member of the National Honor Society. Asia enjoys hanging out with family and friends. Her future goal is to attend the University of Texas-Arlington and pursue a degree in Criminal Justice and a Juris Doctor degree to practice law.  Asia is the daughter of Trevor and Rosita Palmer of Pittsburg. Her grandparents are Alta Palmer of Dallas, Texas; and Norris & Rita Smith of Pitts burg; and the late George "Pee Wee" Bates of Pittsburg.

June 15

Posted by Pittsburg-Camp County Chamber of Commerce

A Night at the Casino, Saturday, June 10 At Princedale Country Club was a huge success, thank you to everyone who came out for this annual event.

Here's what's going on at the Pittsburg Library. Thursday, June 15th & June 22nd at 4:00 pm, we will be having special Storytimes provided by Capital One Bank! There will be stories and crafts. Also, sign-ups are still going on for our Summer Annual Reading Program! So come sign up today. Books that are read at Storytime will count towards your goal for the Summer Reading Program. Hope to see you there!

The Camp Republican Party will meet on June 17 at 9:00 a.m. in the Hanson-Sewell Center, 237 College Street in Pittsburg.  Our State Representative Cole Hefner will attend the meeting to discuss the issues in the past legislative session and what to expect from the special session just called by Governor Abbott.
You don’t want to miss this meeting!  Hope to see you on Saturday, June 17!


Rustville Essentials has been invited to showcase our products, along with 39 other small businesses from around the world, at a Giftig Suite, Red Carpet event, honoring the Americans Music Awards, in Hollywood this November!
We are having a raffle to raise money for this huge opportunity. Only $5 per ticket. 3 chances to win!  1st Place wins $100 gift basket from Rustville. 2nd Place wins $50 gift basket from a Rustville. 3rd place wins $20 gift certificate from Rustville. Tickets can be purchased at Rustville's Soap Shop on Main Street. We are also accepting monetary donations at Guaranty Bank in Pittsburg. The account is named: "Rustville Essentials Special Account". We also are offering incentives for Sponsorships. Anyone that wants to sponsor our trip can get in touch with Shelby Rust cell: 903-434-6699.
We need ALL the help we can get!   Our goal is to raise around $5000


Quake on Town Lake and BBQ on the Bank! Join community businesses and individuals on Saturday, July 15th at Town Lake and compete for the BEST brisket in Northeast Texas! Prize money will be awarded for 1st-3rd place briskets, and a traveling trophy will be awarded to the "People's Choice" Champion. Registration fee is $75 plus a required 10lbs. of brisket and the choice of providing an additional 10lbs. of cook's choice including chicken, pork, or ribs. All net proceeds benefit hospice charitable care. For questions, please contact Niki Haynes at 903-577-1510.

We are still looking for a trailer for a permanent home for the Queen float.  It needs to be an old style hay-trailer type.  Keep an eye out, ask of farmers and rancher friends.  It would be nice if someone could donate one to us.

The Independence Day Blast celebration will be packed with many fun activities including music, great food, free activities for children and an amazing fireworks display at dusk. This event will be an evening of fun and celebration for all ages. All proceeds will fund the mission to support CASA of Titus, Camp and Morris Counties and will directly impact the children served in all three counties.

We need volunteers. Please have them contact Beverly Austin at 903-305-2277 for details.


Last week I mentioned that we had a new member, Unfortunately I misspelled her last name and gave you the wrong Phone number. So I will try again, Terrie Runnels, please call Terrie and welcome her to the Chamber of Commerce and let her tell you about her Business, 214-293-5658




FRONTIER COWBOY CHURCH will host  “COWBOYS FOR THE CURE”, a fund raising event for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital on June 17, 2017.   The TRAIL RIDE will leave FRONTIER COWBOY CHURCH, 2791 FM 593, Gilmer, at 1:00 p.m. and travel to GILMER YAMBOREE GROUNDS, 1925 N Wood Street, Gilmer.  The trail ride is open to all participants that would like to participate in the ride.  Release of responsibility forms will be available for signature by riders.  Under 18, must have a signed release from their parent/guardian. The activities will start at the Yamboree Grounds at 5:00 pm.  Events will include a silent auction from 5:00-6:30 p.m., a live auction from 7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m., food, live music, bounce house, and a petting zoo.  If you would like to donate items for the auctions, please contact Larry Sewell @ 903-790-4026.  ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S RESEARCH HOSPITAL.    For more information, please call Frontier Cowboy Church @ 903-762-1277 or email info@frontiercowboychurch.org

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