Chamber President Michael Kidston (right) took time during the August 11 Pioneer Chamber of Commerce meeting to recognize Michael Worthington of David Michael, LLC (left) for his dedication and commitment to the chamber and community over the years. David Michael, LLC, which does laser engraving and signage, will soon be relocating to Bryan as it looks for a bigger area. However, Worthington notes that they hold nothing against the Pioneer Community and hope to stay as involved as possible in the future.
Chamber President Michael Kidston (center) also took time to introduce new businesses during the August 11 Pioneer Chamber of Commerce meeting. Will Cable (left) has recently taken over the Hometown Hardware and is excited about potential future changes. Dana Stewart (right) will soon be opening Heritage Monuments in Pioneer with her partner, Kris Kerr, and is looking forward to being a part of the Pioneer Community.
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