Your Royse City Chamber is dedicated in sharing information to start,
grow and sustain a business. Please open and review your September 2018
community news, ads and announcements and help us celebrate our 25th year!
In honor of our silver anniversary, several businesses chose to be a part
of the “25 th Anniversary Silver Special. All advertised specials will
be offered the entire 2018 calendar year! 
Royse City Eye Asssociates
Inside of WalMart-
494 W I-30, Royse City
Rockwall County Helping Hands
950 Williams Street, Rockwall
Don't forget about our Calaboose!
Learn more about what you can do below!
Escape Room Fundraiser to save our Calaboose,
SEPT 5 BSW Institute for Rehabilitation
Ribbon Cutting. Noon -1pm
SEPT 6 Patty Turner Group
Ribbon Cutting/After Hours, 4:30pm -7pm
SEPT 12 & 26 Networking Breakfast, 8am
Holiday Inn Express
SEPT 20 BB&T Caddo Mills Location
After Hours, 5:30pm - 7pm
SEPT 25 Luna Burke & Asso. with
Lawn Doctor- Ribbon Cutting and After Hours 5:00pm - 6:30pm
SEPT 27 Highland Meadows, 4pm-6pm

Luncheon Speaker: Tim Nichols
Topic: “3,000,000% - 5 Proven Keys to My Success With The Chamber of Commerce”

Program Sponsor:
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall

Luncheon Sponsors:
Allen and Allen Orthdontics and Baylor, Scott & White

Catered by: Chef Zach

$15 online registration, $20 at the door.
From left to right, David Sweet, Rockwall County Justice of the Peace; Patty Turner with the Patty Turner Group- Keller Williams, Barry and Connie Chilcote with The Pearl at Sabine Creek; Kalena with Baylor Scott and White Institute for Rehabilitation, and Nicholas Ramirez with Tuff Shed
Thank you to our wonderful 2018 Funfest Sponsors!
We couldn't do it without you!
Happy Go Lucky Sponsors:
Dr. David Liao Orthopaedic Center, LLC and Sister Babyz
Our Featured Non-Profit:
Meals on Wheels
Meals on Wheels program provide hot, nutritious, noontime meals and personal contact to homebound elderly each weekday. The program provides over 60,000 meals each year to seniors and people with disabilities living in Rockwall County. Volunteer drivers deliver the food to clients’ homes and to congregate sites. This service is provided on the basis of need, regardless of income.
The History of MOW- “Meals on Wheels Senior Services began as a grass-roots movement 39 years ago with local members of the community looking out for their elderly neighbors. Concerned for the health and well-being of seniors who were unable to shop for or prepare meals, this group began preparing meals in neighborhood kitchens and delivering them to seniors throughout Rockwall County. These volunteer efforts took hold and the Rockwall County Committee on Aging was founded in 1978. As the program grew, it became apparent that isolated homebound seniors needed more than a meal. To help improve their quality of life, full-time employees were hired. In 1999, Meals On Wheels of Rockwall County opened its own industrial kitchen in Rockwall ISD’s Quest academy kitchen. This facility helped to improve the efficiency of production and delivery and provides meals for the home-delivered meal program in the area. Today, more than 180 homebound seniors receive meals every day. Our congregate sites serve over 1,600 meals each month. Furthermore, collaboration with several local agencies allows us to provide our senior clients with access to the services they need to remain healthy and independent. Our growth has been tremendous but the need for support continues to outpace the public funding available to provide these services. Meals on Wheels Senior Services assist the elderly to remain independent in their own homes by providing Meals On Wheels, emergency food boxes, referrals, benefit counseling and advocacy ombudsman services. Meals on Wheels provides hot, nutritious, noontime meals and personal contact to homebound elderly each weekday. The program provides over 60,000 meals each year to seniors and people with disabilities living in Rockwall County. Volunteer drivers deliver the food to clients’ homes and to congregate sites. This service is provided on the basis of need, regardless of income”.
If you would like more information about our programs, to refer a senior in need,
or like to schedule an appointment with our case manager for an assessment to determine eligibility, please call us at the following number: 972-771-9514
Meals On Wheels Senior Services
950 Williams Street Bld. C Suite 200, Rockwall, TX 75087
Welcome to our newest members
Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation, Tuff Shed,
Studio 122 Milissa Martini Designs and
Kwik Kar Lube and Auto Repair
Left: August 4 - Cookston Court Right: August 10 - Kwik Kar Lube and Auto Repair
Left: August 23 - Cypress Creek at Park Blvd
Dawn McKee, GenCore Payment Services

Dawn was raised in Garland and graduated from South Garland High School in 1991. She spent 28 years in the dental field, but her path led her to GenCore Payment Services in early 2017, where she now serves as the Vice President of Sales. She is an Ambassador for both Royse City and Rockwall Chambers of Commerce and sits on the executive board for the Rockwall Professional Women's Alliance. Dawn serves on several planning committees throughout the area, and loves being involved in the community. She and her husband, William, moved to Royse City in 2007 and celebrated their 26th wedding anniversary in February, 2018. She is a proud mother to two boys; Grant, a Junior at Stephen F. Austin State University, and Grayson, a 5th grader at Ruth Cherry Intermediate School in Royse City.  
Tiffany Olson, Luna Burke & Associates

Tiffany graduated from Texas A&M, College Station and has over 25 years of events and marketing experience in the non-profit sector to include working for Rockwall County Helping Hands, Big Brothers Big Sisters and the McKinney Chamber of Commerce. She currently is feeding her passion for serving others by assisting Luna Burke & Associates with their endeavors such as the Paw Packs Program.  Tiffany's full time career has led her to Syneos Health where she is a Program Manager putting on Pharma Meetings & Events all over the world. Though her job may take her away at times, her heart is still very community based. She lives in Royse City with her husband and two children, Gracelyn & Hayden and is excited to be in her 2nd year as a Royce City Chamber Board Member and loves living in this great community.
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