Our latest activities!

  • 1st Quarter 2015 Membership Luncheon at Whitehouse United Methodist Church 1st Quarter 2015 Membership Luncheon at Whitehouse United Methodist Church Over 50 members kicked off the new year by attending the 1st Quarter member lunch, held at Whitehouse United Methodist Church, and sponsored by GymFed Crossfit. Members lunched on Subway sandwiches, and listened to speakers Madison Johnson, Fire Chief for the City of Whitehouse, Jeremy Baumgardner, President of the Tyler YMCA, and Charles Parker, Mayor of Whitehouse.
  • Ribbon Cutting - Beasley's American General Store Ribbon Cutting - Beasley's American General Store Robert & Lisa Beasley, owners and operators of Beasley's American General Store, were joined by family, friends and members of the Whitehouse Chamber for a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, December 18th. Beasley's carries only American made products, and they are adding new inventory every day! They are located at 420 Hwy 110 North and can be reached at 903 871-3240.
  • Whitehouse Parade 1st Place Float - Brown Elementary Student Council/Honors Society Whitehouse Parade 1st Place Float - Brown Elementary Student Council/Honors Society Brown Elementary's Student Council and Honors Society won 1st place for their beautiful float portraying the "Frozen" theme in the Whitehouse Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 5th. They received a plaque, and will display the traveling trophy at their school for 2015. Congratulations!
  • Ribbon Cutting / Grand Reopening - Brookshire's Ribbon Cutting / Grand Reopening - Brookshire's After a short remodel, Brookshire's in Whitehouse re-opened with a grand ribbon cutting and ceremony with the public, Brookshire management and local dignitaries on Wednesday, December 10th. Great new look, Brookshire's!
  • 2014 Whitehouse Christmas Parade & Christmas in the Park 2014 Whitehouse Christmas Parade & Christmas in the Park Large crowds turned out for both Christmas in the Park and the Whitehouse Christmas Parade. There was something for everyone, floats, bands, Santa, Christmas lights, and Olaf! Click on this picture to see photo galleries for the entire day!
  • 2014 Whitehouse Chamber Banquet - October 7 2014 Whitehouse Chamber Banquet - October 7 Casino games, great food, fellowship and awards were on tap for the annual Whitehouse Chamber Banquet held October 7th at KE Bushman's. Click on this photo to be taken to the photo gallery!
  • Ribbon Cutting - Dawn's Delights Ribbon Cutting - Dawn's Delights On Wednesday, August 27th, Whitehouse Chamber directors joined Dawn and Robert (Ace) Gallop (middle, with scissors) and their new puppy Cocoa at their new store; Dawn's Delights for a ribbon cutting and Grand Opening. Located at 803 Hwy 110 North, next to Ribmasters, Dawn's Delights is a home converted to a store containing antiques from their mom and dad's home as well as collectibles that Dawn finds in the market. Dawn can be reached at 903 574-9473, or you can find Dawn's Delights on Facebook. Welcome to Whitehouse, Dawn and Ace!
  • Whitehouse Chamber Directors Participate in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Whitehouse Chamber Directors Participate in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge On a VERY HOT August 24, hundreds of Whitehouse residents turned out at 4pm at the Whitehouse CrossFit parking lot to participate in an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in honor of the David Baskin family. From left to right: Angela Klein, Todd Kelly, Denise Magouirk, Maria Davenport, Shawna Driggers, Steve Rohus and Whitehouse Chamber President Donny Green.
  • 2014 Independence in the Park 2014 Independence in the Park Thousands of Whitehouse residents celebrated our Independence on Saturday, July 5th at Whitehouse City Park. There was a BBQ Cook-off, car show, games & activities for the kids, contests, live music, food for sale, vendor booths, free Splash Park admittance and a fireworks show set to music. Click on this picture to be taken to the photo gallery....Were you there?



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