Kick up your boots for business

Clifton Chamber of Commerce holds 50th annual banquet at Texas Safari  March 7, names 2020 Hulan Aars Lifetime Achievement Award recipient

CLIFTON – Banquets are organized to honor people, whether it is visiting statesmen or women, political leaders, or the achievements of local citizens.

Head out to Texas Safari on March 7 for the 50th Annual Clifton’s Chamber of Commerce Banquet. The hospitality starts at 6 p.m. with dinner at 7 p.m.

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The evening themed “Boots and Business” reflects the casual tone of the night as guests vie for primo auction items, participate in a stretch raffle and be a part of honoring the 2020 Hulan Aars Lifetime Achievement award recipient.

Besides raising funds for to help run the day to day operation of the chamber and visitor center and promoting Clifton in the area, an important part of is to present the Hulan Aars Lifetime Achievement Award and Chamber of Commerce Community Service Award. The recipients of the awards personify personal excellence and high level of service to others.

Awards go to “someone who has dramatically enhanced the lives and well-being of the greater Clifton community through leadership, dedication, support, and a positive and progressive community spirit over a long period of time.”

Past recipients of the Hulan Aars Lifetime achievement award include Vicki Mitchell, Pastor Jerry Smith, Anna Marie Lindley and Bryan Davis.

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A fabulous evening of food, fun, and friends awaits guests as the very talented Brian Barrett and the Bosque Gents will be performing throughout the evening.

For tickets, call 254-675-3720 or stop in at the Clifton Chamber of Commerce office. Tickets cost at $35 per person. For more information, visit the Clifton Chamber of Commerce website at: or find the chamber onn Facebook at:


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