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Vidor Chambers Hosts Ribbon-Cutting for Syka Studio and Natural Lighting Photography

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The Vidor Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting for Syka Studio and Natural Lighting Photography on November 2, 2023, at Vidor City Hall.

Syka Studio offers a number of family portrait options, from min-sessions to engagement, wedding, maternity, newborn, prom, and high-school senior photo shoots.

For more info, visit their Facebook page or call them at (409) 790-7554.

Texas State Rentals Opens in Orange

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Texas State Rentals, located at 2214 Lutcher Drive in Orange, has everything from excavators and bulldozers to skid steers and scissor lifts, providing a wide range of equipment and tools to meet all needs for the job.

Texas State Rentals has been family-owned and operated for 30+ years and has proved to be a leader from the jump. They take pride in serving their communities in Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, and now Orange by providing a wide range of reliable heavy equipment in a timely manner.

Angus Davis, Founder and CEO, notes, “Texas State Rentals has always existed to serve our neighbors. We do this by providing fast but safe service and by building strong, honest relationships. Step onto any of our yards, and let us convince you to do business together.”

For more info, visit their Facebook page, call them at 409-206-0020 , or visit their website.

Bridge City Chamber Hosts Grand Opening Ribbon-Cutting for Roundbunch Bayou RV

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The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce held a grand opening ribbon-cutting for Roundbunch Bayou RV, located at 890 E Roundbunch Rd. in Bridge City.

Roundbunch Bayou RV Resort is the newest development in the Bridge City area. With monthly rates ranging from $650 – $735, they are thrilled to offer our guests a relaxing stay with an all-inclusive billing system, an easy reservation process, pristine grounds, and the best Internet connection around at a speed of 500mg. You’ll love their beautiful bathhouse and laundry facilities. Their property comes equipped with grilling stations, community fire pits, and lawn games. Each site has shade and a picnic table. They also offer daily and weekly rates as well!

They have set up convenient waste stations around the property so you can help us keep the park clean while you walk your dog, and you take your furry family member to their fully enclosed pet park so they can run unleashed and safe.

For more info, call them at (409) 216-7350, visit their Facebook page, or check out their website.

Food Handlers Training Class Set for November 6

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The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office in Orange County is holding a Food Handlers Training Class. This class is required for all food service employees in the state of Texas.

This class covers Cross Contamination, Time and Temperature Abuse, Personal Hygiene, and many other aspects of food service.

This class will be held on November 6, 2023, from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. at the Orange County AgriLife Extension office at 11475 FM 1442, Orange, TX. This class costs $20, and no cash will be accepted.

To pre-register, call the Orange Extension Office at 409-882-7010.


New Food Truck Park Opens in Orange

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The culinary scene in Orange County just got a whole lot tastier as the newly minted Orange County Truck Yard rolled open its doors on Tuesday, October 24, 2023, marking the county’s inaugural food truck park.

After an arduous nine-month journey filled with dedication and determination, this exciting gastronomic venture has finally seen the light of day, courtesy of its visionary owner, Marcy Taylor.

Taylor believes the timing couldn’t be more impeccable for such an establishment, attributing part of the inspiration to the Chevron Phillips expansion project sweeping through the region. “The idea came from with the new Chevron Phillips coming in,” Taylor explained. “Everyone is coming in and putting in RV parks. There definitely is a food shortage resource in our area. So I decided to do a food truck park.”

Her vision was clear – to introduce a diverse range of culinary delights to the influx of newcomers in Orange County, offering them an array of delectable options to savor.

A total of seven food truck partners are prepared to tantalize taste buds with the diverse flavors that define Southeast Texas’ culinary landscape.

As if that isn’t exciting enough, there are even more developments on the horizon, with plans to expand the truck park into Phase Two by January. Taylor disclosed, “We are going to have a lawn area, fire pits, and yard games. Become dog-friendly and eventually put in a small dog park.”

The Orange County Truck Yard stands conveniently near the Orange County airport and the Golden Triangle Polymers plant, beckoning all food enthusiasts and locals to its doors at 4158 Hwy 87 S. It’s more than just a place to eat; it’s a culinary oasis, poised to leave an indelible mark on the Orange County dining scene.

For more info, call them at 409-249-8757 or check out their Facebook page 

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