Big Spring Herald Weekend

Chamber’s Alive After 5 event a success

- By LACHELLE COBB Herald Staff Writer

The Big Spring Area Chamber of Commerce's regular Alive After Five event brought a buzz to the showroom of Star Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Big Spring Thursday evening.

Alive After Five is an event that is intended to bring the community together, promote socializat­ion and networking, and to have a great time.

The event is aimed to give new businesses owners and managers, as well as residents new to the area, a place to get together, make connection­s, and establish relationsh­ips to

better Big Spring and the Howard County area.

At Thursday's get-together, Big Spring's Timber Craft Whiskey distillery brought their premium bourbon, which was born here in the company's Johnson Street distillery. Timber Craft Whiskey also sells different branded items, such as glasses, bottle openers, hats, hoodies and T-shirts.

Dickey's Barbecue provided some delicious BBQ sliders and chips for the everyone who attended the event.

Those in attendance also had a chance to have their name pulled from a bucket for a chance to get in the Cash Cube and catch some money. The winner, Danette Rosswatson, works with West Texas Mediation Center. Congratula­tions, Danette, for your winnings in the Cash Cube! The Alive After Five had a great turn out and everyone had lots of fun.

 ?? Left, photo courtesy Debbye Valverde; ?? At left, those present at Thursday’s Alive After 5 event at Star Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram had a great time.
Left, photo courtesy Debbye Valverde; At left, those present at Thursday’s Alive After 5 event at Star Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram had a great time.
 ?? right, HERALD photo/lachelle Cobb ?? At right, Danette Ross Watson poses with Star’s Tabitha Clark after grabbing $71 in the Cash Cube during the event.
right, HERALD photo/lachelle Cobb At right, Danette Ross Watson poses with Star’s Tabitha Clark after grabbing $71 in the Cash Cube during the event.

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