Chamber talks banners, Market On Main, and approaching Festival

A favorable report was given on the recent Easter egg hunt sponsored by Bradley County Chamber of Commerce at the Warren City Park.

By Tim Kessler
By Tim Kessler

Saline River Chronicle Freelance Contributor

Board member and Special Events Chairwoman Julie Hamilton told other board members Monday that the hunt had a good turnout, with about 200 children. About $300 in prizes and money were given away. The Wardlaw family cooked hot dogs and distributed water. Chapel Woods Health and Rehabilitation provided the Easter bunny.

Board member James Wells reported that 50 new flag banners had been purchased. City workers will be putting them up downtown soon.

Market On Main will return from 8 a.m.-noon Saturday with about 18 vendors expected. Some food trucks will also be present.

Tom White will sell ads for a city map and distribute 300 maps to the Chamber.

Volunteers were requested to assist with the Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival. The three main days of the festival are June 9-11. Festival t-shirts are now on sale at the Chamber office, with youth and adult sizes.

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