The Seadrift Chamber of Commerce was fortunate enough to have funds available from 2016 Shrimpfest and presented a $4,500 donation check to City of Seadrift for purchase of equipment for Police vehicle’s.
Pictured left to right: Kristine Metcalfe, Seadrift Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Leonard Bermea.
Seadrift Shrimpfest Fishing Tournament presented a $1,500 donation check to The Harbor Children's Alliance & Victim's Center for youth education and support in schools.
Pictured left to right: Augie Rivera-Tournament Committee Member, Maria Walton-THCA&VC Executive Director, Chris Martin-Tournament Committee Member, and Austen Rivera-Tournament Director
Seadrift Shrimpfest Fishing Tournament presented a $1,500 donation check to Seadrift Schools to cover much needed student supplies.
Pictured left to right: Austen Rivera- Tournament Director, Maggie Galloway- Principal Secretary, Melissa Hoggett- Principal, Deb Martin- Tournament Committee Member, and Chris Martin- Tournament Committee Member.
Seadrift Shrimpfest Fishing Tournament presented a $1,000 donation check to the Seadrift Volunteer Fire Department to help cover food and supplies for their Annual Chili Supper benefit fundraiser.
Pictured left to right: Austen Rivera - Tournament Director, James Salazar- Captain, Jonathon Davenport- Tournament Committee Member, William Wooldridge- Fire Fighter, Cruz Rubio- Assistant Fire Chief
The Seadrift Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the First United Methodist Church, St Patrick's Catholic Church and Barbara Campbell in continuation of supporting the Community School Supply Drive. We have presented our first package of supplies to Principal Melissa Hoggett and Assistant Principal Kelly Wehmeyer at the Seadrift Elementary School today. We are still taking donations and they can be made payable to the Seadrift Chamber of Commerce. Drop off locations are FNB-Seadrift, City Hall or contact Kristine Metcalfe at 361 237 0406 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Picture from left to right: Melissa Hoggett (Principal), Kristine Metcalfe (Seadrift CofC) and Kelly Wehmeyer (Assistant Principal).
The Chamber was able to give out (8) Scholarships this year.
The 2016 Seadrift Chamber of Commerce scholarship recipient winners are from left to right:
Madison Carter, Zoey Dierlam, Jacob Morgan, Peter DeForest, Christina Nguyen, Grant Gray, Meagan Odell, and David Odell.
Also pictured presenting the awards are the Chamber Vice-president, Mike Mueller and secretary, Joanne Mueller.
Welcome to the Seadrift Chamber of Commerce website!
Visit our small town and enjoy the beautiful sunrises, sunsets, sea-breezes, and spectacular fishing on San Antonio Bay. We are the home to the annual Seadrift Shrimpfest and The Great Texas Water Safari Finish Line.
The Seadrift Chamber is a member-driven, non-profit organization supporting the City of Seadrift since 1975. We are your local business advocate that is focused on developing services to enhance the business climate in our community and establish Seadrift and Calhoun County as an economic leader on the Gulf Coast.
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