Keene Chamber of Commerce  
Election Day is Tuesday, May 24
May 24, 2016 Election Day is Tuesday, May 24, for the Johnson County Republican and Democrat Primary Run-off election. Poles are open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Of special interest to Keene Chamber of Commerce members is the Republican run-off election for county sheriff between (alphabetically) Adam King and Mike Powell, both members of the Keene chamber. The winner will succeed Sheriff Bob Alford since there is no Democratic opponent. Alford, also a Keene chamber member,... Read More
Mike Doocy speaks to chamber luncheon May 26
May 08, 2016 Longtime Fox 4 Sports Anchor Mike Doocy is guest speaker at the Keene Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon May 26 at the Keene Senior Center, 207 E. 1st St. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. Meal service begins at 11:45 a.m. and the program begins at 12:10 p.m. The meal is catered by 360 Restaurant and Lounge in Keene. The luncheon is $12 for those who RSVP by 5 p.m. Monday, May 23. Reservations go on sale... Read More
Meals On Wheels needs drivers in Keene
May 03, 2016Meals-on-Wheels is growing in Keene.  MOW is asking chamber members to shar in the opportunity to serve. Currently, MOW is serving three routes and is needing to start fourth route as soon as possible.  Before MOW can start the route, it needs to have five volunteers who are able to serve Monday-Friday. Volunteers meet at General Insurance Service at Old Betsy and Hillcrest at 11 a.m. and are finished serving by noon.  Interested volunteers can email MOW at gro.cejwom@ofni or call 817-558-2840.... Read More
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Keene Chamber of Commerce
110 S. Old Betsy Road
Keene, Texas 76059
(817) 556-2995
 
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Upcoming Events
Election Day
May 24, 2016 at 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
Mike Doocy speaks at May 26 luncheon
May 26, 2016 at 11:30 a.m.
Welcome to Keene, Texas

Keene offers visitors and residents the charm and warm hospitality of small-town life at its best combined with easily available modern conveniences and amenities. Located 30 minutes south of Fort Worth, Keene has it all: a mild four-season climate, recreational opportunities, a large University, award-winning schools, myriad of cultural and social activities, affordable cost-of-living, and a thriving and prosperous business community.

The Keene Chamber of Commerce has been serving Keene since 1993. We strive to partner with local businesses, government and education to support a favorable economic environment. The Chamber represents business, organization, and individual members who depend on the Chamber for member services including networking events, community and business development, ribbon cuttings, growth opportunity reports, economic data gathering, business referrals, business seminars, relocation packets, and being an advocate with governmental and regulatory bodies. These are among the many services we provide to our members.

The Keene Chamber's objective is to provide a platform from which our members can enhance their business or organization through networking and programs designed to improve their bottom-line and to make available the tools necessary to excel as the economy improves. Our mandate is to pursue opportunities in the areas of retail development and education. We will work diligently to ensure that our local economy is strong and vibrant.

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Meals On Wheels needs drivers in Keene

Meals-on-Wheels is growing in Keene.

MOW is asking chamber members to shar in the opportunity to serve. Currently, MOW is serving three routes and is needing to start fourth route as soon as possible.

Before MOW can start the route, it needs to have five volunteers who are able to serve Monday-Friday. Volunteers meet at General Insurance Service at Old Betsy and Hillcrest at 11 a.m. and are finished serving by noon.

Interested volunteers can email MOW at gro.cejwom@ofni or call 817-558-2840.

Mike Doocy speaks at May 26 luncheon

Longtime Fox 4 Sports Anchor Mike Doocy is guest speaker at the Keene Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon May 26 at the Keene Senior Center, 207 E. 1st St.

Doors open at 11:30 a.m. Meal service begins at 11:45 a.m. and the program begins at 12:10 p.m. The meal is catered by 360 Restaurant and Lounge in Keene.

The luncheon is $12 for those who RSVP by 5 p.m. Monday, May 23. Reservations go on sale Monday, May 16 through the chamber Evite online distribution and at the chamber's Website at www.keenechamber.org.

The membership spotlight shines on Pinnacle Bank.

Doocy is the weeknight sports anchor at FOX 4 and also anchors "Sports Sunday," the stations 30-minute broadcast, plus numerous sports specials throughout the year.

"I've seen some amazing developments in the local sports landscape," Doocy said. "I've had the privilege to cover a Cowboys Super Bowl win, a Stars Stanley Cup celebration, plus Rangers playoff appearances and now, the amazing rise of the Dallas Mavericks."

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Election Day is May 24

Election Day is Tuesday, May 24, for the Johnson County Republican and Democrat Primary Run-off election.

Poles are open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.

Of special interest to Keene Chamber of Commerce members is the Republican run-off election for county sheriff between (alphabetically) Adam King and Mike Powell, both members of the Keene chamber. The winner will succeed Sheriff Bob Alford since there is no Democratic opponent. Alford, also a Keene chamber member, did not seek re-election.

The Keene Chamber of Commerce does not endorse a candidate, but does encourage you to vote. One vote could make the difference in a run-off election.

Keene residents who live in voting precincts 12, 13, 20, 22, 28 and 29 should vote at the Keene Senior Center, 207 E. 1st St.

Keene chamber members who do not reside in Keene should look on their Voter Registration Card for a precinct number. Your residence is located in a specific "precinct" or area within the county where you will vote on Election Day. In some cases, precincts may be combined to accommodate joint local elections.

Look at your voter registration card to see which voting precinct you are in OR if you are a registered voter, check online at www.johnsoncountytx.org and click on "Elections."

PLEASE VOTE at one of these polling locations according to the "voting precinct" on your voter card:

Commissioner Precinct 1, Voting Precincts 14,15,17,30,33,36 vote at Pct. 1 Maintenance Facility, 2744 W. FM 4 in Cleburne.

Commissioner Precinct 1, Voting Precincts 6,16,18,19,23 vote at St. Mark United Methodist Church, 1109 W. Henderson in Cleburne.

Commissioner Precinct 2, Voting Precincts 1,3,4,32,34 vote at Victory Family Assembly of God Church, 455 NW John Jones Dr. in Burleson.

Commissioner Precinct 2, Voting Precincts 2,5,31 vote at NorthPointe FBC of Joshua, 2450 SW Wilshire Blvd. in Burleson.

Commissioner Precinct 3, Voting Precincts 7,8,35 vote at Pct. 3 Maintenance Facility, 10420 E. FM 917 in Alvarado.

Commissioner Precinct 3, Voting Precincts 10,11 vote at Alvarado Sub-Courthouse, 206 N. Baugh St. in Alvarado.

Commissioner Precinct 4, Voting Precincts 9,21,24,25,26,27 vote at Pct. 4 Maintenance Facility, 4300 E. FM 4 in Cleburne.

Commissioner Precinct 4, Voting Precincts 12,13,20,22,28,29 vote at Keene Senior Citizen's Center, 207 E. First St. in Keene.


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