Chamber lines up chain of events for coming months

The Brady/McCulloch County Chamber of Commerce has a full plate of events planned throughout the next few months. ‘ Planned for this weekend, the Duffers Scramble will begin Saturday, April 26 at 8 a.m. at the Brady Municipal Golf Course. ‘ Cinco de Mayo festivities will get underway a few days earlier than normal in McCulloch County as the annual Cinco de Mayo dance will be held Saturday, May 3 at 9 p.m. at the G. Rollie White Complex. The dance will continue with musical entertainment by “Los Tejanos” until 1 a.m. ‘ The first annual Southern Drag Boat Association Pro-Am Golf Tournament will precede the boat races on Saturday, May 30 at 9 a.m. at the Brady Municipal Golf Course. ‘ The Southern Drag Boat Association will race back into action at Brady Lake May 31-June 1. ‘ The annual Zambelli fireworks extravaganza will light up the night sky at Brady Lake on July 3. The show is set to begin at dusk. ‘ Another event planned for July 3 is the County Team Roping at G. Rollie White Complex. A start time has yet to be set for this event. ‘ The annual Fourth of July Parade will roll down Commerce Street in Brady July 4 at 10 a.m. ‘ Other attractions July 4 will have rodeo fans piling into the stands at 7 p.m. at the G. Rollie White Complex as cowboys gear up for a bull riding competition. ‘ A follow-up to Friday night’s rodeo performance will also be held at the G. Rollie White Complex on July 5, followed by annual Fourth of July street dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on the east side of the downtown square in Brady. ‘ Cal-ROCS, a four-wheel drive and off road rock crawling club based in California will be headed back to Katemcy Aug 23-24. ‘ As one of the biggest Chamber-organized events held annually, Aug. 30 will mark the beginning of the 30th Annual World Championship Barbeque Goat Cook-Off which will feature attractions such as arts and crafts and food venders, food judging and a street dance. For more information on any of the upcoming Brady/McCulloch County attractions, contact the Chamber at (325) 597-3491.

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