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Index of Advertisers 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com Alton D. Thiele PC......................................................52 Automatic Chef Canteen..........................................21 Baylor Scott & White Health..................................38 Belton ISD...................................................................32 Best Western .......................................................... 103 Biggie-Mini Self Storage, inc..................................52 Canyon Creek Memory Care...................................16 Capital Farm Credit....................................................21 Cedar Crest Hospital.................................................25 Central National Bank....................................... 91, 96 Central Texas 4C Head Start...................................30 Choose Temple...........................................................52 City of Temple...............................Inside Front Cover Coleman Worldwide Moving................................ 103 Cornerstone Gardens Healthcare & Rehabilitation...... 38, Marketplace Discover Downtown Temple...................................90 Emerson Construction Company, Inc.... Inside Back Cover Encore Landing Apartments...................................16 Extraco Bank, N.A.....................................................61 Express Employment Professionals......................21 First Community Title................................................90 First National Bank Texas..........................................2 First United Bank and Trust.....................................21 Frank W. Mayborn Convention Center.................24 Garden Estates of Temple....................................... 63

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Chamber History - Welcome TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business.

September 2018 marked a new era for Bell County’s business community when the Temple Chamber of Commerce, the Temple Economic Development Corporation and Workforce Solutions of Central Texas moved into their new offices at the Santa Fe Business Center, 201 Santa Fe Way, one block north of the historic 1910 Santa Fe Depot. A few weeks later, Temple Independent School District employees moved into the new three-story headquarters for TISD administration across the plaza from the Santa Fe Business Center at Santa Fe Way and South Seventh Street. These two new additions to the historic downtown area consolidates and strengthens operations for all agencies. It’s another example of Temple’s entrepreneurship and ability to build coalitions among diverse groups so that they can work for the common good of the community they serve.

The two new structures flank the Santa Fe Plaza that features a color-changing fountain, landscaping and a performance stage. A linear park, called the Santa Fe Market Trail, passes under the Third Street Bridge and follows the railroad tracks to the new MLK Festival Grounds. Now well into its second century of service, the Temple Chamber has racked up an impressive list of achievements in its 112-year history. The concept of diverse businesses and commercial enterprises uniting to benefit their common interests is older than the United States itself. The nation’s oldest commercial organization is the New York State Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1768, formed by colonists who resented the English imposition of taxes. The first two Chambers of Commerce in Texas – Galveston and Houston – were chartered by the Republic of Texas. The commercial-organization movement gained full momentum during the first decade of the 20th century, just as railroads redefined and reshaped Texans’ lives and livelihoods. The City of Temple, which did not exist in 1880, was approaching a population of 11,000 by 1906 and still growing. Founded as the Temple Commercial Club in 1907, the Chamber is not part of the city or Bell County’s government, nor is it a political party or social club. Rather, it is a federation of skilled people who are willing and able to donate their time, talents and money to improve their community and promote economic growth and stability.

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It has become a “proving ground” for young executives to move up into higher positions in business, industry, government and public service. Chamber members have held positions of authority on major statewide organizations shaping economic development, education, military affairs, medical and public policy. From its beginning, the Temple Chamber of Commerce has welcomed all business owners, professionals and anyone involved in trade and commerce. The idea was simple, as announced at the first meeting: there was “strength in numbers and cooperation.” Businessmen decided to unite to grapple straight-on with shared concerns and problems. The first big project was paving downtown muddy sidewalks and streets so shoppers could freely walk and shop. They championed a major $50,000 bond issue to pave streets in 1909. Within three years of its founding, bigger opportunities arose for the Temple Commercial Club that would allow it to merge Temple’s bountiful agricultural market with transportation and emerging technologies. The Chamber in 1910 provided leadership to win Blackland Experiment Station, to secure funds and 100 acres for the station (now called the Texas AgriLife Research, Blackland Research and Extension Center). Santa Fe officials that same year announced massive improvements in Temple, including a new depot and Harvey House (adjacent hotel and restaurant) expansion and remodeling. Capitalizing on its success in getting the Blackland station to Temple, the Commercial Club by July 1910 successfully negotiated with Santa Fe and Fred Harvey officials to construct in northwest Temple the 260-acre dairy to supply the Harvey eating-houses and dining cars with fresh produce and dairy products. The dairy was one of five Fred Harvey Dairies along the 12,000-mile Santa Fe system and its related lines. In less than two decades, the Temple Chamber racked up astounding successes. By 1920, the city’s population had risen almost 40 percent. A major Santa Fe Railway hub, Temple enjoyed a balanced economy, rooted in agriculture, transportation and health care. The city had numerous manufacturing companies and was home to a disproportionately large percentage of well-educated professional and business people. The Chamber also provided leadership in the creation of Temple College in 1926 by guaranteeing faculty salaries for two years as well as donating an additional $5,000 for equipment and a library. The Chamber has continued to provide support and leadership to the college and higher education.

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By the late 1930s, as U.S. involvement in World War II seemed to draw closer, Frank Willis Mayborn (1903-1987), editor and publisher of the Temple Daily Telegram, was named chairman of the Temple Chamber’s Defense Projects Committee. The committee immediately gathered information on the federal government’s plan to build a new Army post somewhere in Central Texas. Through the committee’s efforts, Camp Hood (now Fort Hood) was established in Killeen. Working under the auspices of the Temple Chamber, the committee was also involved in locating McCloskey General Hospital (now Olin E. Teague Veterans Center) in Temple, and several other military installations and defense plants in the area. The Temple Chamber led the drive to petition the federal government to make Camp Hood a permanent installation and to allow the Veterans Administration’s healthcare system to assume the former McCloskey site. Fort Hood and the VA health system have been a critical social and economic reality in Central Texas and the state. To sustain mid-century growth, Central Texas needed water, but funding was stymied. The Chamber again worked closely with other chambers, notably Belton and Killeen, to create a new lake project, separate from the slow-moving Brazos River Authority. After numerous head-to-head conferences with Washington, D.C., elected and government officials, Lake Belton became a reality. Over the decades, the Temple Chamber also continued to provide essential leadership and funding for innovative ideas, including the expansion of community hospitals under the Medical Affairs Committee and establishment of the Texas A&M University College of Medicine under the Medical School Committee. The Chamber, its staff and members continue to bring forward innovative ideas that assure Central Texas’ economic stability and viability that will endure well into the 21st century. When the Temple Chamber of Commerce was established on April 30, 1907, the local paper, the Temple Daily Telegram, was effusive in its praise: “The organization will be an important factor in the progress and welfare of the city and is destined to perform a valuable public service.” This has continued to be true into the 21st century.


Welcome to Temple TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business.

Have you seen Temple, Texas today? In 2017 and 2018, I asked the question… have you seen Temple, Texas today? In 2019, I can ask the same question but with more emphasis… HAVE YOU SEEN TEMPLE, TEXAS TODAY? The transformation of this central Texas community continues at an unprecedented rate. Why? Partnerships… partnerships that actually work together for the common good of the greater Temple community! A well-balanced public/private commitment to make a difference. When people, organizations and local government work together… a business-friendly environment is created, and amazing results happen. If you are scratching your head, then the question posed at the beginning of this letter is for you. HAVE YOU SEEN TEMPLE, TEXAS TODAY? Take a tour of Temple by starting in the heart of it all, our downtown. See the historic Santa Fe Depot, flanked by the new Santa Fe Business Center which houses the Temple Chamber of Commerce, Temple Economic Development Corporation and Workforce Solutions of Central Texas to the east, and the new administration offices for the Temple Independent School District on the west. The Santa Fe Plaza connects the three. The extension of the Santa Fe Trail goes from Whistle Stop Park east to MLK Festival Grounds. You can also check out the growth of new restaurants, retail, entertainment and excitement. Take a drive in any direction from the downtown and you will see the results from a great deal of effort that took place over the past few years. Millions upon millions of investments have led to the creation of new jobs in manufacturing and logistics centers. The transportation infrastructure provides for the safe and efficient movement of products, goods, services and people. The premier health care provider in Central Texas, Baylor Scott & White Health, has experienced great enhancements for the benefit of all. The education facilities at Temple and Belton Independent School Districts, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, and Temple College have gone through unprecedented growth and improvements these last years. All of this doesn’t even begin to touch upon the expansion and boom in restaurants, retail, parks, new homes and apartment complexes Temple has experienced in addition to it all. Temple, Texas is truly a family-friendly community rich in beauty, culture, heritage and pride. Come see Temple, Texas today… because tomorrow it will be different!

G. Roderick Henry President & CEO Temple Chamber of Commerce

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Temple’s History TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business.

With its roots, culture and history inescapably bound by steel rails, the City of Temple rose up in the late 1800s from a sparse Blackland prairie into a railroad boomtown.

deeply intertwined into the city’s early commerce as Temple gained the reputation as a bustling, enterprising city, a major commercial center for a six-county area and major employer for the region.

The beginning of industrial development, even a basic shift in the Texas economy, was made possible by railroads plowing tracks across the state.

By 1910, Temple was the home of the Santa Fe Hospital, a medical center to treat sick or injured railroaders; two respected surgical hospitals; two well-regarded nurse training schools; the Blackland Agricultural Research Center; Santa Fe roundhouse and shops; Fred Harvey Restaurant and Hotel that served travelers; Fred Harvey Dairy, one of five in the nation to supply trains and Harvey Houses with fresh meat, produce and dairy products; and an interurban trolley system linking the two railroad depots and adjoining cities.

The Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe held a sale of town lots in June 1881; a nucleus of railroad workers as a beginning population, and stores, restaurants, boarding houses and saloons rapidly went up to serve them. In 1882, the Missouri, Kansas and Texas line was built through Temple. The same year, the Santa Fe Railway made the town a major division point with shops and a roundhouse. The railroad shops added several thousands more to the population, which included doctors, lawyers, craftsmen and merchants. Within a decade of its founding, Temple had developed into the second most-favored town on the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe line, next to Galveston, the company’s headquarters. The Santa Fe was

The City of Temple, which did not exist in 1880, was approaching 11,000 population by 1906 and still growing. Its motto “Progressive Temple” was symbolic of a forward-thinking, business-friendly mindset that engendered prosperity and community spirit.

Civic cooperation has been a hallmark of Temple’s history. Citizens worked together to solve thorny social problems as the result of the rapid growth and development. The more the country moved from agriculture to manufacturing, the more children entered the workforce. Women’s organizations joined forces to create a public library, to demonstrate against child labor and for passing compulsory school attendance laws. Civic organizations such as the Temple Founder Lions Club, founded in 1917, and the Temple Rotary Club, begun in 1921, also created coalitions to improve the 10


Temple’s History 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com city, create parks, improve education and help the needy. By the 1920s, Temple’s economy was balanced on three important factors: agriculture, mostly in cotton and grains; railroads and its related enterprises; and manufacturing. By 1927, the city also boasted a lively creative community with symphonies for children, young instrumentalists and adults as well as a community band. Nationally respected writers and visual artists also found homes in Temple. The 1930s Great Depression was devastating. All but one bank folded, and agricultural prices dropped. Despite this, Temple was nicknamed “the hospital center of the Southwest” by the American Medical Association because of its excellent surgical centers. The Blackland Center began soil and water conservation research in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Soil Conservation Service. By 1933, the Blackland Research Center initiated the Elm Creek Project, one of 10 demonstration projects in the U.S., that attracted about 11,000 visitors from Africa, England, and China as well as throughout the nation. Learning tough lessons from the 1930s drought and Dust Bowl, the Texas legislature created the State Soil and Water Conservation Board in 1939 to enforce state conservation laws and organize soil conservation districts. Temple was selected as the state headquarters. By 1949, the agency oversaw 16 soil-conservation districts, all from its Temple headquarters. Temple began to bounce back from the depression by the beginning of World War II with the opening of Camp Hood. McCloskey General Hospital, a 1,200-bed military and surgical hospital located in Temple, was activated in 1942. The hospital, one of the Army’s largest, was outstanding as a center for orthopedic cases, amputations and neurosurgery. After the war, the Veterans Administration assumed oversight, and McCloskey became the Central Texas Veterans Center. In the post-World War II years, the Texas Highway Department (now called the Texas Department of Transportation) launched massive plans to upgrade and expand the state’s highway system, connecting to a vast proposed federal network. I-35 carved a path through Temple, which further expanded Temple as a centrally located transportation hub of Texas. Major companies evolved here as a result – most notably Ralph Wilson Plastics (now WilsonArt) and McLane, all relying on Temple’s geographic location and easy access to highway and rail connections. By the 1970s, Temple’s manufacturing companies were producing furniture, shoes, insulation, cottonseed products, electronic products, plastics, clothing, optical supplies, woodwork, and livestock and poultry feed. By the beginning of the 21st century, Temple remained a forwardthinking city. Temple’s population was 54,514. The Killeen-Temple metropolitan statistical area grew from 255,301 in 1990 to 312,952 by 2000. Temple shared the fourth-lowest unemployment rate of 3.3 percent with the Dallas area, behind Bryan-College Station, 11

Austin and Lubbock. The Texas Bioscience Institute began in 2006 with collaboration by Baylor Scott & White, Temple College, Temple Health and Bioscience District. Baylor Scott & White was recognized as one of the best performing integrated health-care networks, landing 11th among 600 networks nationwide. By 2010, Temple, with a population of more than 66,000, had as its primary economic drivers the extensive, diverse medical community and goods distribution. All were based on Temple’s central location and proximity to larger cities, such as Austin and Dallas-Fort Worth via I-35. Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s Medical Center opened in 2011, adding to the excellent, multi-disciplinary healthcare services. Business and governmental strategic planning continue to have deep ties to its ever-present railroad heritage. Now with a population of 81,279, Temple thrives in the economic and population center of the state, with 80 percent of Texas’ population within 180 miles. The cost of Living Index (baseline 100) is 86.5, signifying a low cost of living.


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Airport, Killeen-Ft. Hood Regional................ 254-501-6100 Airport, Temple/Central Texas...................... 254-298-5770

Bell County

County Clerk................................... 254-298-5701 Courthouse..................................... 254-939-3521 Health Department........................ 254-778-4766 Tax Assessor/Collector................. 254-771-1108 Vehicle Registration...................... 254-770-6828

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Administration................................ 254-298-5561 Animal Shelter................................ 254-298-5732 Building Permits............................. 254-298-5640 City Council..................................... 254-298-5700 City Manager.................................. 254-298-5600 Farmer’s Market............................. 254-778-2104 Fire Department............................. 254-298-5682 Housing Authority.......................... 254-773-2009 Keep Temple Beautiful.................. 254-493-4000 Public Works/Sanitation.............. .254-298-5621 Library.............................................. 254-298-5556 Municipal Courts........................... 254-298-5687 Parks & Recreation....................... 254-298-5690 Planning & Zoning......................... 254-298-5668 Police Department........................ 254-298-5500 Post Office...................................... 254-773-0792 Temple Daily Telegram................. 254-778-4444 Visitor’s Center............................... 254-298-5418 Child Support................................................... 254-778-1841 Department of Public Safety......................... 254-770-6734

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Academy ISD.................................. 254-982-4304 Belton ISD....................................... 254-316-8182 Texas A&M, Central Texas........... 254-519-5400 Temple College............................... 254-298-8282 Temple ISD...................................... 254-215-8473 Troy ISD........................................... 254-938-2595 Rogers ISD...................................... 254-642-3802 Univ. Mary Hardin-Baylor............ 254-295-8642 Mayborn Civic Center.................................... 254-298-5720

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Bell County Museum..................... 254-933-5243 Czech Museum.............................. 254-899-2935 Little Joe Y La Familia................... 254-773-1775 Railroad Heritage Museum.......... 254-298-5172 Wilson House................................. 254-207-7000 Small Business Dev. Center.......................... 254-299-8141 Social Security Administration..................... 866-593-1341 Temple Civic Theatre...................................... 254-778-4751 Temple Economic Dev. Corp......................... 254-773-8332 Texas Parks & Wildlife................................... 254-778-8913

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Amtrak (Local Office).................... 254-742-2019 The HOP.......................................... 254-933-3700 Greyhound Bus Station................ 254-773-4123

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Explore Temple 1) Learn About Temple’s History There are many self-guided tours that showcase the rich history of the area: a driving tour of the historic homes in Temple, walking tour of the Hillcrest Cemetery, tours of Temple’s museums and the Pioneer’s trail walking tour. Drop by the Temple Visitor’s Center to pick up more information.

2) G  et Outside and Enjoy Temple’s Parks & Trails Temple has many parks and trails. There are water parks, parks with pools, tennis courts, golf, disc golf, pickle ball courts, soccer fields, basketball courts, picnic pavilions and fitness centers. Whether you’re biking, walking, or jogging, Temple provides 18 miles of trails throughout the city.

3) Listen to Live Music All over town there are venues that feature talented artists. Country music fans can two-step and enjoy live music at Bo’s Barn Dancehall, Rock music fans should head to O’brien’s Irish Pub in Downtown Temple.

4) H  ave a Pint at BJ’s Brewery & Tasting Room Downtown Temple is home to BJ’s Brewery & Tasting Room where each Friday and Saturday from 4-10 pm you can have a pint of craft beer, enjoy live music and snack on bites from food trucks.

5) Let’s Stop and Wine About it Are you a wine lover? Temple has wine enthusiasts in the area that cannot wait to share their love of wine with the city. 3 Texans Vineyard is a family-owned vineyard in the Temple area. A mom and her daughters share their love of wine with the community. Visit their website to share your love of wine with 3 Texans Vineyards.

6) Learn About Honey Production at Walker Honey Farm Now in their 88th honey crop year and third generation of Beekeepers, Walker Honey Farm is the home to 1,000 hives of bees, a honey bottling plant, retail store and a production facility. Visit the facility to learn about honey production from bee to bottle.

7) Dive Deep Into Cultural Activities Temple has many opportunities to dig into the artsy side. Temple Civic Theatre performs six main series and three spotlight productions each year. The Cultural Activities Center offers classes and stage productions for the city to enjoy. Visit them online for more information at ww.cacarts.org

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8) Pay Respect at the “Pool of Tears” Veterans Memorial The “Pool of Tears” Veteran Memorial is located in Temple’s Downtown Plaza. The 21-foot memorial represents a bugler, kneeling after honoring a fellow soldier by playing Taps. At the other end, standing in the center of a long reflecting pool, a weeping young boy stands, saluting the soldier and holding the flag of his ancestors under his arm. The memorial was designed and sculpted by Mike Scovel.

9) S  hop Local at First Friday’s in Downtown Temple Temple’s unique shopping and dining experiences in downtown Temple are as unique as our culture. With boutiques, shops, and restaurants to serve all tastes you will be able to find something to treat yourself.

10) G  et Those Taste Buds Jumpin’ Temple offers a variety of different food to its community. Bird Creek Burger Co. and Pignetti’s are places to put your taste buds to the test. Go out for a date, lunch or a night out with friends to satisfy your appetite.


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5 Ponder’s Auto & Fleet Service 254-773-5993 3321 Parkway Drive Temple, TX . 76504 www.pondersautoandfleet.com

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2 First United Bank and Trust254-770-5000 7286 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX . 76502 www.firstunitedbank.com

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3 First United Methodist Church 254-773-5269 102 N 2nd St Temple, TX . 76501 www.fumctemple.org Inviting you to encounter God, meet Jesus Christ the risen Savior, and experience the transforming power of the Holy Spirit. 4 McLane Company Inc 4747 McLane Parkway Temple, TX . 76504 www.mclaneco.com

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6 Premier ER & Urgent Care 254-224-8808 710 West Adams Avenue, Suite #100 & #200 Temple, TX . 76502 www.premier.care 7 Temple College 2600 South First Street Temple, TX . 76504 www.templejc.edu

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Drive around East Bell County in any direction and you’ll likely see new subdivisions and construction sprouting up. While parts of the nation are dealing with housing slumps, Bell County’s outlook remains strong. Bell County’s population was expected to reach 400,000 by the end of 2018 as the area continued to experience historic levels of economic growth – catapulting Bell in the top quarter of the state’s most populous counties out of 254 counties. Additionally, Temple’s population was likely to rise above 80,000 residents in 2018. A rising tide of families moving to Bell County has spurred economic growth and construction jobs. In 2017, Temple had 660 new home starts, the highest in the city’s history. 2018 promised to be as good, if not better. In recent years, Temple’s housing starts also continue to rise steadily: 564 new housing permits issued in 2016, compared to 555 in 2015. Housing isn’t the only area kicking up dust. The city’s industrial park has also seen an influx of manufacturing and distribution facilities, thanks to the city’s strong reputation as a transportation hub and pro-business community. For example, now under construction is Palladio Industries, a chemical manufacturing company on Trino Road. According to the Temple Economic Development Corp., Temple has experienced an 18 percent population growth in the past decade. By the close of 2017, the city plated more than 1,400 acres into 2,500 residential lots and 114 non-residential lots and processed 42 zoning requests. After years of working and studies, East Temple is finally on track for improvements with building incentives, private investments and federal grants into the aging neighborhoods. Residential developments are in the works. A 76-acre, 331-lot development at H.K. Dodgen Loop and South Martin Luther King Jr. Drive is a vital catalyst for activity. Nationwide’s Health of Housing Markets Report shows a worsening of housing market sustainability – except for small patches of the country, including the Killeen-Temple area. Nationwide is a diversified insurance and financial services organization. For the first time since 2010, Nationwide’s proprietary Leading Index of Healthy Housing Markets does not forecast a positive outlook for the housing sector in other parts of the country. Bell County is one of the rare exceptions. The Killeen-Temple market ranks the eighth strongest nationally,

according to Nationwide’s Health of Housing Markets Report. As a result, job growth and incomes remain sturdy across the country, helping to maintain healthy markets on a regional level, according to the survey. The other top metro areas in the index, in order, are: Casper, Wyoming; Farmington, New Mexico; Alexandria, Louisiana; Canton-Massillon, Ohio; Springfield, Ohio; Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Montgomery County, Pennsylvania; Trenton, New Jersey; and Lawrence, Kansas. Central Texas remains stable even as 2017’s natural disasters contributed to lowering the market outlooks. Damaged homes and displaced households after 2017’s floods and storms raised mortgage delinquency rates in Gulf coastal areas. “In a seller’s market, new homes for sale in Temple go quickly,” according to Kiella Homebuilders. “A seller’s market is when there are more homebuyers than there are available homes. This results in the housing market being more favorable to sellers and not buyers. There may be multiple people interested in a new construction home.” Another plus for Temple area homebuyers and business owners is voters’ support of amenities. Voters in 2015 approved a $27 million parks bond package. Of that, more than $11 million is being funneled into the 248-acre Crossroads Park, located south of Prairie View Road and east of Westfield Boulevard. The sprawling complex will feature baseball, softball and soccer fields and other sites for outdoor sports activities such as walking trails, disc golf course and tennis courts. The city is entering into the seventh year of its 10-year, $140plus million Transportation Capital Improvement Program, which includes dozens of infrastructure projects such as road improvements to lessen traffic on major thoroughfares. 18


Finding Your Home In Temple - Live in Temple 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com Temple has the best of all worlds – smalltown living while being only a few hours away from big-city entertainment. Direct access to I-35 positions Temple within 180 miles of 80 percent of the state’s population. Temple also has a supportive infrastructure and market with a lower cost-of-living of larger urban areas. So what does this mean for someone looking for a place to nest?

Temple started more than 135 years ago on empty farmland, populated by railroad workers living in tents and slap-dash lean-tos. Ultimately, through hard work and bustling business, temporary railroad camps dotted with tents became permanent cities of stately homes and commercial centers. As of March 2017, the housing market is stable with a strengthening economy and rising jobs market. The Temple-Killeen sales housing market is balanced, with an estimated vacancy rate of 1.7 percent, down from 2.4 percent in April 2010 when the market was soft. During the 12 months, ending February 2017, non-farm payrolls totaled 144,800, up by 4,800, or 3.4 percent, from the previous

year, and 13.2 percent higher than the previous high of 127,900 jobs during the year ending February 2009. The economic health of the Temple-BeltonKilleen metropolitan area remains steady along with the housing market. According to Central Texas Council of Government reports, “Economic conditions in the Killeen-Temple Housing Market Analysis continue to strengthen.” Positive indicators include an increase in new and existing home sales, and increased employment numbers. Only 30-minutes away, Fort Hood contributes to that growth because it is the single largest employer with 35,500 service-members and 5,600 civilian employees. The Texas Comptroller has estimated that Fort Hood has a statewide economic impact of $35.4 billion every year. The evidence clearly shows in paychecks. The estimated median household income rose from $35,135 in 2000 to $44,749 in 2015. Construction spending is also on the rise. “In addition to the military construction projects, increased multifamily construction and road-widening projects along U.S. Highway 190 and I-35 have also contributed to accelerated growth in the sector since 2015,” according to the Housing Market Analysis. 19

Plenty of options with a wide range of price tags – new or pre-owned, rent or buy, lifestyle, or family size. The City of Temple issued 564 new housing permits in 2016, compared to 555 in 2015. Included in those rising numbers is a substantial increase in multifamily and luxury apartments such as The Villas on the Hill Ariza Temple and (WHAT DOES THIS EDIT SAY) apartment communities near Baylor Scott & White Health. Rental rates are also affordable with the average rate of $800 per month

Historic District Driving through Temple’s Historic Northside is like journeying back to the late Victorian and Edwardian eras with stately homes and majestic trees. The Historic Northside also includes charming bungalows and mid-century modern homes. The quiet neighborhoods and the newly renovated Jefferson Elementary in Temple Independent School District make this district ideal for families. The Historic District is only minutes from downtown. The Frank W. Mayborn Convention Center, the Azalee Marshall Cultural Activities Center and an ample number of parks all provide culture and entertainment. Miller Park, in North Temple, is a hub for entertainment as the City of Temple hosts its free summer concert series and movies in the park here. The outdoor Walker Pool and Miller Park Splash Pad cool off North Temple residents in the summer heat, and Miller Park and Jackson Park walking trails offer the quiet serenity of nature. Dozens of Official Texas Historical Markers


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are found throughout this neighborhood and in nearby Hillcrest Cemetery, which is older than the city. These historical markers honor pioneers and significant persons in Bell County and Texas history.

Western Expansion For those looking for a suburban vibe handy to shopping, medical clinics and schools, Temple’s West Side is growing by leaps and bounds. Westward from the city central towards Belton along West Adams and Airport Road, this section west of H.K. Dodgen Loop has experienced phenomenal residential development in the past decade. Homebuyers have many options for existing subdivisions and newer developments including Westfield Village, Hills of Westwood, Lakewood Ranch, Lake Pointe, and Windmill Farms. Close to Temple’s growing Industrial Park and Bioscience Center, many residents enjoy commutes of only a few minutes. Along with new homes come new commercial buildings. Westfield Marketplace offers space for specialty restaurants, office space, and shopping.

At the corner of Old Waco Road on West Adams, a Walmart Supercenter opened in 2015, attracting new franchises including Whataburger and Grabbagreen Temple.

gracious living, stable neighborhoods and a wide range of prices. The new homes in this area fall in a wide range of price points from the low $100Ks to more than $500Ks.

Adding to the quality of life in West Temple are many recreation areas such as Wildflower Golf Course and Country Club, Temple Lake Park with its beach and boat ramps, and the picturesque Pepper Creek Trail winding around West Temple Park. Additionally, the recently renovated city-owned Sammons Golf Course and Community Center has an indoor pool, tennis courts and picnic area.

South Temple residents are also close to Lion’s Junction Family Water Park, a popular hot-weather escape. Nearby are other great parks with a disc golf course, hiking and biking trails, playgrounds and more.

Southern Charm Just a few minutes south of Baylor Scott & White is the charm of Temple’s Southside neighborhoods. The Temple Medical and Educational District (TMED) plan is underway on 155 acres with a vision to include single and multi-family housing, parks, an amphitheater and a new TISD school. Housing communities such as Wyndham Hill, The Creeks of Deerfield, Alta Vista, Stonegate, Valley Ranch, Las Colinas, Misty Creek, and D’Antoni’s Crossing offer 20

Hickory Road Appeal The neighborhoods flanking Hickory Road and the Canyon Creek neighborhoods feature mostly single-family homes from the mid-20th century. These homes provide affordable living. Many have large yards and plenty of room for children to romp and play. Adjacent to this area is Lion’s Park, one of the largest in Temple with 100 acres and a 2.4-mile walking trail added to the National Recreation Trail designation in 2008. The park also has a dog park, an all-access playground for special-needs children, softball fields, and the recently opened Sam Farrow Amphitheater. An Official Texas Historical Marker honoring the century-old Temple Charter Lions Club was installed in 2018.


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City Council & Appointees – The Faces of Temple The City of Temple is governed under the councilmanager form of local government. The mayor is elected at large, while the four-member council is elected by district. As the elected representatives of the City of Temple, the Mayor and Council are tasked with formulating public policy to meet community needs as well as directing the city manager and other appointed officials. The five member body is also responsible for adopting an annual budget, reviewing and adopting all City ordinances, maintaining and updating the strategic and master plans for the city, and promoting economic development.

The face of Temple, Texas is undergoing steady growth and change. Because of our diverse economy, businesses and families alike are choosing Temple for their new home. Today, our population is estimated to be just under 80,000 and is expected to grow. Facilitation of this growth is managed by our City Council and staff. Meet the “Faces of Temple” that help to manage our growth and change.

Mayor Tim Davis Tim Davis was elected to his first term as mayor in May, 2018. Previously, he has served on the Temple City Council, District 1, since May 2013. He has been a resident of the area since 1995 and has lived in District 1 since 1997. He is the owner and manager of Texas Benefit Alliance, a Temple based employee benefits insurance agency. As an active member of the Western Hills Church of Christ, he currently serves as the Director of the Mission Leadership Team. He is a 1989 graduate of Abilene Christian University. Tim is also a member of the Rotary Club of Temple, past president of the Sunrise Rotary Club of Temple, a member of the Temple Chamber of Commerce and the Temple Quarterback Club.

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Mayor Pro Tem Judy Morales Judy Morales was first elected as Councilmember District 2 in May 2011, and Mayor Pro-Tem in May 2013. She was re-elected to the same seat in July, 2014, and then Mayor Pro-Tem in 2017. Judy was raised in Temple, attended St. Mary’s School and graduated from Temple High School. After graduation, she continued her education and received her Master’s in Education from Antioch College. Judy worked as the Director of Social Services for Bell County in the Killeen & Temple H.E.L.P. centers administrating, planning and implementing community-based outreach services and programs. She retired in 2013 after 41 years of community service. Councilmember Morales is an active member and current volunteer for a number of community service organizations. She has served on the regional Work Force Solutions board; the executive board of the Temple Chamber of Commerce, the Executive Board of Catholic Charities; founding charter member of Family Promise, founding chair of the Central Texas Homeless Alliance, and founding chair of Guadalupe Day Care. She presently serves on the TEDC board of Directors, Chair of LULAC Council #4971,


The Faces of Temple - Live in Temple 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com Vice-President of Citizens for Progress, executive board of the NAACP Temple chapter, and a founding member & treasurer of the Bell County Committee for Persons with Disabilities. Councilmember Morales and her husband, Michael G. Steinheimer, have five children and numerous grandchildren. She is an active member of Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, Temple.

Councilmember Jessica Walker Jessica was elected as Councilmember for District 1 in May of 2018. She is third generation Temple and graduated from Temple High School in 1984. After graduation from The University of Texas at Austin, she became a flight attendant for American Airlines and retired in 1999. Jessica and her husband Bruce have been married for 25 years and together run Bruce’s family business Lengefeld Lumber Company. Jessica is currently serving on the Temple Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. She has served on the Planning and Zoning Commission and the Temple Education Foundation Board. She and her husband have raised three children; Branan, 23, a recent graduate of The University of Texas, Harrison, 20, and Connally, 20, are college sophomores. Bruce, also a Temple native, is involved in the Temple Area Builders Association. They attend First United Methodist Church in Temple.

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public education, social work and finance. Her husband, Woody, is a Temple native and is retired from the federal intelligence community. Susan has served the City of Temple on the Building and Standards Commission for two terms, the Planning and Zoning Commission for two terms, and on the TISD School Board for nine years. She is a longtime supporter of the Friends of the Temple Public Library.

City Manager Brynn Myers Brynn Myers was appointed by the City Council to the City Manager position in January, 2018. She serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the City and manages an annual budget of nearly $150 million and a staff of over 900 full- and part-time employees. The City Manager and staff implement City Council policy decisions and facilitate the coordinated responses of all City departments to daily government activities. Mrs. Myers also provides strategic advice to the Council on the longterm directions of the City. Mrs. Myers serves on several boards and commissions, including the Temple Economic Development Corporation and she is also an active member of the International City / County Management Association and the Texas City Manager’s Association. Mrs. Myers and her husband, Blake, have a son, Troy and a daughter, Preston.

Susan Long was elected to the Temple City Council in May of 2017. She has been a resident of District 3 since 1996, after moving to Temple from Washington, D.C. She is retired, having worked in the fields of

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City Director of Finance Traci Barnard Traci Barnard was appointed by the City Council to the Director of Finance position in 2002. She has been employed by the City of Temple since 1992, beginning her career in the finance department as the Assistant Director of Finance. She now serves as the Chief Financial Officer of the City. The finance department develops and implements the financial policies of the City and is responsible for the accounting records of all City funds. Financial services are provided to all City departments through accounts payable and receivable, payroll, fixed assets, inventory accounting, internal audit, grant and contract administration, treasury and debt management, purchasing, utility billing and collections, municipal court administration, and preparation of the Comprehensive Financial Report (CAFR). She is an active member of the Government Finance Officers Association, the Government Finance Officers Association of Texas, the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants, and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Ms. Barnard and her husband, Cliff, have two daughters and one granddaughter.


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City Attorney Kayla Landeros Kayla currently holds the position of City Attorney for the City of Temple, Texas, she was appointed by the Temple City Council as Interim City Attorney in August 2014, and unanimously appointed to the position of City Attorney in November 2014. Before those appointments, Kayla served as Deputy City Attorney in Temple and began that position in May 2012. Prior to joining the City of Temple, Kayla worked for two established law firms in the Houston area where she gained valuable litigation and trial experience. Kayla handles a variety of legal matters in the field of municipal law, including land use and zoning, employment, public information requests, open meetings, and public purchasing requirements. Kayla has experience drafting a variety of agreements to which the City is a party, including, but not limited to, land purchase agreements, economic development agreements, professional services agreements, and construction contracts. As City Attorney, Kayla also handles the purchase and acquisition of right-of-way necessary for the construction of important infrastructure projects in the City. Kayla is a 2008 graduate of Baylor Law School and a 2005 graduate of Texas A&M University.

Kayla is a member of the Texas City Attorneys Association and the International Municipal Lawyers Association. She is a board member for the Temple Children’s Museum and services as coordinator for the St. Mary’s Catholic School ParentTeacher Club.

City Secretary Lacy Borgeson Lacy Borgeson was appointed as City Secretary for the City in October 2011. She has been employed by the City of Temple since August 1998, beginning her career with the City at the Police Department. Mrs. Borgeson serves as the Records Management Officer and registrar of birth and death records. The City Secretary’s office serves as a support office to the City Council, as well as other City departments. This office issues certified copies of City records, as well as occupation-related permits. The City Secretary is responsible for responding to the requests for city documents under the Public Information Act. All Municipal elections are also administered and conducted from this office. The Office assists the City Council in promoting civic involvement through recruitment, application, and training of Board and Commission members. Mrs. Borgeson is a member of the Texas Municipal Clerks Association and the Central Texas Chapter of Municipal Clerks.

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Municipal Judge Kathleen Person Kathleen Person was appointed as Municipal Judge for the City in 2007. She has been employed by the City of Temple since September 2003, beginning her career with the City as a Deputy City Attorney. As Municipal Judge, she presides over Class C cases within the City including Criminal, Traffic, Juvenile and City Ordinance Cases. The municipal court provides fair, impartial and unbiased justice under the law and works to expedite each case efficiently without unnecessary delay or undue expense, instilling the trust of the citizens of the community. Ms. Person is currently an active member of the State Bar of Texas, the College of the State Bar, the Bell County Bar Association, the Texas State Office of Court Administration’s Security, and the Texas Municipal League. She is an elected director of Region 6 for the Texas Municipal Courts Association and is a 10 year member of the Board of Directors for the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center, where she also volunteers her time teaching and mentoring other judges statewide. The City of Temple City Council and staff continue to manage and promote growth of the city while encouraging the best education, jobs, and quality of life for its residents. All members of the community are encouraged to attend and participate in City Council meetings. These meetings are held on the first and third Thursdays of the month at 5 p.m. in the Municipal Building downtown.


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Early Childhood Whether families are looking for rigorous Central Texas 4C Head Start academics, championship As a Federally-funded community-based nonprofit, Central Texas 4C, Inc.’s Head athletic programs, elite Start program offers free early childhood fine arts experiences, education to low-income children ages 0-5 and prenatal moms in Temple, Belton, career enhancing Harker Heights, Killeen, Troy, Holland, and vocational training, or Copperas Cove. The Executive Director says that 4C really believes in the “Cradle faith-based learning to College” pipeline! In collaboration opportunities, Temple with some of the local school districts, has numerous choices. 4C offers Pre-K education to 3 to 5-yearolds and comprehensive services for all Regardless of their level Start children including the babies of study, area of interest, Head of students working hard to graduate. or mode of learning, the Services include health, dental health, mental health, nutrition, disability services, ability to learn, grow, parenting education, and family services. earn degrees, and prepare It is truly a two-generation education program based on the latest research for future careers are all and acknowledgment of the parent as the offered right here. child’s primary teacher. 26

Central Texas 4C, Inc. has been recognized by the Children’s Learning Institute (University of Texas Health Science Center) as a “Promising Practice,” and it was nationally recognized as a Head Start program that goes beyond the Federal Requirements. The Executive Director was recognized by the National Head Start Association for local advocacy, and 4C was selected out of 2,400 applicants to be presenters at the Hawaii International Conference on Education where over 40 countries participated. For the past four years, Central Texas 4C’s Head Start program has been either a semi-finalist or one of five finalists for H-E-B’s “Excellence in Education” state-wide award. 4C’s mission is “We are committed to building stronger Central Texas communities, one child and family at a time.” Their saying is, “We expect excellence—and we work hard at it!” For more information, visit http://www.centraltexas4c.org.


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Private Schools Central Texas Christian School Central Texas Christian School is an interdenominational school that has been serving the Central Texas area since 1987. Through the years, the school has grown in numbers, as well as in accomplishing their mission to provide an environment that prepares young people to make a difference in this culture for the Kingdom of God. This is accomplished through academic, spiritual, leadership, extracurricular, and service programs. For more information, visit http://www.ctcslions.com/.

Holy Trinity Catholic High School Holy Trinity Catholic High School is an exceptional school with standards that reflect Christian values including compassion, excellence, faith, leadership, and service. While the academic opportunities clearly prepare 100% of their students for a post-secondary education, Holy Trinity remains committed to developing the whole person. Intentionally small, the learning community allows students a level of participation in a variety of co-curricular activities including athletics, performing arts, and student leadership. Spiritual development with Catholic teachings and gospel values instills Christian morals and personal integrity. For more information, visit https://holytrinitychs.org/.

St. Mary’s Catholic School St. Mary’s Catholic School provides students with a quality education that enables them to become faith-filled, responsible, active, caring, and lifelong learners. They follow the standards set forth in the Parent/Student Handbook and those contained in the Texas Catholic Conference Education Department Accreditation Manual. For more information, visit http://www.stmarys-temple.org.

Public Schools Academy ISD Academy ISD is a rural, fast-growth school district located just minutes Southeast from Temple. AISD was formed as the first consolidated school district in the State of Texas in 1919. AISD was also the first to run a rural school bus route in Texas and one of the first to serve hot lunches to school children. AISD earned a “B” in the most recent A-F State accountability ratings (Met Standard). AISD is a school district that is growing in enrollment at a rapid pace. The district currently serves 1,650 students. In a recent demographic study, the district’s projected enrollment for 20262027 was projected to be 2,663 students. The increased development in the South Temple subdivisions has led to the most recent spike in student numbers. In 2013, the district passed a $17.2 million bond for the construction of a new intermediate school and additions and renovations to the elementary and high school. 27

AISD views the availability of the internet and technology in the classroom as an opportunity for students to access their world through education, solve problems using a global perspective, and experience new ideas, countries and cultures in a relevant and creative manner. Wireless connections and handheld technology such as Chromebooks, iPads, and iPad Minis are a part of instruction in classrooms across the district. Academy High School is a 1-to-1 Chromebook campus and AISD is a Google district. AISD understands that student involvement in extracurricular activities is important to overall student success. Students and student-athletes excel in both the classroom and in competition. AISD is represented in the State playoffs in multiple sports every year, winning six State championships in 2016-2017 and 2017-2018. The band has performed at the State’s highest level on several occasions, and the One-Act Play has competed at the State competition the last three years, winning the State championship in 2018. AISD’s FFA and FCCLA programs consistently have representation at the State and National levels. For more information, visit https://www.academyisd.net/.


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Belton ISD Belton ISD’s mission is to provide an education that challenges every student to excel. Located in Bell County, the district’s boundaries encompass 198.6 square miles including Belton, Morgan’s Point Resort, and the southwestern part of Temple. BISD’s 1,700 employees serve more than 11,500 students on 15 campuses including an early childhood school, nine elementary schools, three middle schools, one traditional high school, and a new tech project-based learning high school campus. In 2016, the district and all of its campuses received the Texas Education Agency’s highest accountability rating (Met Standard) based on student performance on the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness. BISD’s campuses have also received national recognition. Belton High School has been included on lists of the nation’s best high schools compiled by U.S. News & World Report and Newsweek. Belton New Tech High (BNTH) @ Waskow is a demonstration site for the New Tech Network. BNTH @ Waskow and South Belton Middle School have been recognized as Apple Distinguished Schools for their implementation of the district’s one-to-one digital learning initiative using either iPads or MacBook Pros. The BISD Career & Technical Education (CTE) program prepares students to excel in the planning and development of future career opportunities by allowing them to explore challenging course work from 15 career clusters. BISD CTE provides coursework in agriculture, construction, audio/video, business management and administration, education and training, finance, health science, hospitality and tourism, human services, information technology, law and public safety, manufacturing, marketing, STEM, and auto technology. CTE instruction provides content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical skills for

students to further their education and succeed in current or emerging professions. Quality instructional collaborations with business and industry partners prepare students for post-secondary education, industry certifications, and a globally competitive workforce. Over the last ten years, BISD’s student enrollment has grown by more than 3,000 students, and experts anticipate that trend to continue for at least the next decade. As a fast growth school district, BISD is working to make sure that its facilities are ready to serve an increasing number of students. In 2017, voters approved a $149.7 million bond package to fund the construction of an elementary school, a high school, and updates to two other schools. For more information, visit https://www.bisd.net/.

Temple ISD Temple ISD provides a global education in Central Texas. Creating a personal learning environment that benefits students inside and outside the classroom; Temple focuses on preparing students for their future path. TISD has exemplary Advanced Academic, Fine Arts, and Athletic programs. TISD is the only district in Central Texas with an International Baccalaureate Programme sequence grades K-12 and is on the cutting edge in developing career and technology certification programs that put quality employees into local businesses. Through partners like Baylor Scott & White, Temple Machine Shop, PDI and Panel Specialists, Inc., TISD offers 12 professional certifications that allow students to begin working at in-demand local jobs upon their graduation from Temple High School. Through partnerships with area colleges and universities, TISD also offers dual and articulated credits that provide students a head start in their higher education. Through a 1:1 Chromebook initiative, all

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incoming high school students receive their own personal Chromebook, and it becomes theirs upon graduation. Technology integration in grades K-12 allows students to utilize digital tools to enhance learning. Through Google Apps for Education, students at all levels are using the technology tools now preferred by seven out of eight Ivy League schools. These tools support TISD’s mission to inspire, motivate, and empower students to reach their maximum potential. For more information, visit https://www.tisd.org/.

Troy ISD Troy ISD was established in 1896 to serve the children in the City of Troy and surrounding communities. Located on I-35 between Waco and Temple, Troy is a rural, agricultural-based community with an expanding number of small businesses and manufacturing companies. The mission of the Troy ISD is to empower students to maximize their potential for success by providing a foundation for a safe, positive and enjoyable learning experience. Troy ISD is a growing district with four campuses serving approximately 1,550 students in Pre K-12. The Texas Education Agency recently recognized Troy ISD with five distinctions. Troy High School earned distinctions for academic achievement in English language arts/reading and postsecondary readiness. Raymond Mays Middle School earned a distinction in academic achievement in science. And Troy Elementary earned a distinction in comparative academic growth. Additionally, the U.S. News and World Report includes Troy High School on their list of best high schools. For more information, visit www.troyisd.org.


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Charter Schools Nolan Creek School The mission of Nolan Creek School is to provide an authentic learning experience designed to foster a love for learning in our students and prepare them for success in secondary school and beyond through the use of a rigorous and engaging STEAM curriculum. Nolan Creek School delivers relevant, purposeful and engaging activities designed to enhance a student’s knowledge and skills. Instructional design is strongly aligned with studentcentered and student-directed learning that embraces exploration, discovery and experiential learning that results in academically rigorous products. Additionally, America’s founding principles and the Circle of Courage serve as a moral character development guide for our faculty and our students. For more information, visit https://www.nolancreekschool.org/.

Temple Charter Academy For over a decade, Temple Charter Academy (TCA) has worked to reach the community of Temple and surrounding areas with a character-based, rigorous academic program for all ages, Pre K-12. As part of the Priority Charter School System, TCA currently serves over 300 students in the Temple area. TCA is an open-enrollment charter school that offers the flexibility to adapt to the educational needs of individual students through an array of academic pathways. The Priority Charter School System works in partnership with parents, the community and other stakeholders. TCA offers a multicultural, safe and nurturing environment where students can successfully learn basic skills and core academic content. Scholars may also develop social competencies that

demonstrate citizenship and character as well as their special talents and gifts. For more information, visit https://temple.prioritycharterschools.org/.

Colleges & Universities Temple College Temple College offers convenient and economical educational opportunities to residents of Temple and surrounding communities. The college’s educational offerings include dual credit programs for high school students, one-year certificate programs, two-year associate degree programs, as well as continuing education programs for businesses and individuals. Both day and evening classes are available, as well as online classes. More than 60 degree and certificate programs are available to students who want to earn credits for transfer, graduate with an associate degree, or complete a certificate for fast entry into the workforce. Faculty and staff at Temple College are committed to providing exceptional quality of instruction, and the college enjoys an excellent academic reputation. Notable programs include its music and visual arts programs, and the college has become one of the premiere institutions in the state for the education and training of healthcare providers. The Texas Bioscience Institute, located on the Scott & White West Campus, enables local high school students to earn a STEM-focused associate degree from Temple College during their junior and senior years of high school. In addition to its academic focus, Temple College has a long tradition of excellence in athletics. Its teams frequently make postseason playoffs and have won national championship titles in five different sports. For more information, visit www.templejc.edu.

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Temple College - Texas Bioscience Institute Created to prepare students as scientists to enter the rapidly evolving STEM-related bioscience and medical fields, the Texas Bioscience Institute (TBI) provides strong academic and technical education that can be applied to real world situations. TBI provides students a foundation for upper-level college studies in biosciences, medicine, engineering, or mathematics fields. The institute allows juniors and seniors in high school to earn an associate degree through dual credit in a learning environment that favors problem solving, interdisciplinary instruction, and the integration of theory and practice. This fosters success in college and allows students to be active partners in education. The TBI facility is located on Baylor Scott & White’s West Campus, integrating world-class medical research and commercial bioscience laboratories. State-of-the-art classrooms and labs provide vast educational opportunities for high school students, traditional college students, and nontraditional college students in the same facility.


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Texas A&M University-Central Texas Texas A&M University-Central Texas (TAMUCT) was born in the spirit of community cooperation in 2009 as a member of the Texas A&M University System, one of the largest systems of higher education in the nation. TAMUCT is a military friendly, upper-level institution serving the entire Central Texas region and providing a widerange of distinguished academic programs that foster excellence and achievement. The TAMUCT student population is diverse and growing, currently serving over 2,400 students. Classes are offered at the beautiful new campus, online, and

at several convenient sites including Fort Hood and Hutto to accommodate both fulltime and part-time students. For more information, visit https://www.tamuct.edu/.

University of Mary-Hardin Baylor UMHB offers 47 undergraduate majors, seven master’s programs, and three doctoral degrees in Nursing, Education, and Physical Therapy. These programs are hosted by the university’s six colleges: the McLane College of Business, the College of Christian Studies, the College of Education,

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The College of Humanities and Sciences, the College of Visual and Performing Arts, and the Mayborn College of Health Sciences. UMHB has seen consistent growth over the last decade. Nearly 3,900 students from 27 countries around the world and 34 states around the nation currently call the campus home. Despite this growth, the university remains committed to the personal attention that has been a cornerstone of the Mary Hardin-Baylor experience for more than 170 years. The university maintains a student-to-faculty ratio is 18:1. For more information, visit https://go.umhb.edu/.


Report Card on Education - A&M-Central Texas 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com A&M-Central Texas is the 11th of 12 universities in The Texas A&M University System, one of the largest and highly ranked university systems in the United States. Each of the Texas A&M University System’s regional universities is unique in its own way; for A&MCentral Texas, that means we celebrate our mission as a transferlevel university, partnering with the region’s community colleges to provide a pathway to undergraduate and graduate degrees. A&M-Central Texas offers 25 bachelor’s level degrees and 17 graduate level degrees, four of which are offered completely online. Our admissions policies are purposefully encouraging, requiring a 2.0 GPA and a minimum of 30 hours of college level coursework. Our students represent a number of diverse communities; in fact, A&M-Central Texas is the most broadly diverse regional university in The Texas A&M University System. The majority of our students are employed, raising a family, active in their communities, and committed to the pursuit of their degree. We are proud to serve those who are military-affiliated, having completed careers in military service, or are a spouse or family member of active or retired military. Our full-time faculty is similarly diverse; as many as 97% have earned the doctorate (or equivalent), are experienced scholars in their discipline, or worked within their chosen profession. This combination of experience, skill, and intellect enhances traditional curricula with innovative principles and opportunities for community service. Our

faculty enjoy challenging students to be confident, high-performing professionals within their field of study and actively participate in relevant, thought-provoking learning. The U.S. News & World Report has ranked our online programs competitively, and our courses are taught by faculty – not teaching assistants. As a result, A&M-Central Texas students are offered a richer learning experience and an opportunity to grow in the scholarly community. More than 6,400 A&M-Central Texas alumni are professionals in education, business and industry, social work, counseling, military service, aviation, nursing and beyond. At A&M-Central Texas, we want our communities to know that a high quality degree can also be affordable. For example, in 2016, the College for All Texans website reflects our average tuition and fees as the second lowest among public universities in the State of Texas. As an added bonus, A&M-Central Texas also offers two more ways to save: (1) a ‘tuition guarantee’ that allows students to “lock in” their tuition and fees, and (2) a ‘tuition cap’ that allows students to take between 12-21 credit hours without incurring additional tuition charges (specific rules apply). A&M-Central Texas sits on a 672 acre campus located at the intersection of State Highways 195 and 201 in Killeen. For more information, go to www.tamuct.edu.


Report Card on Education - UMHB TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business.

Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas, the University of Mary HardinBaylor is a private, Christian university located in Belton, Texas. Its mission is to prepare students for lives of leadership, service, and faith-informed discernment in a global society. With a population of around 3,900 students, UMHB is able to host intimate events throughout the school year that provide opportunities for leadership and other professional skills, encourage student involvement and lifelong friendships, and build a community environment unique to the university. Right off the bat, incoming freshmen are immersed in the fun, energetic atmosphere of Welcome Week in which they are able to build bonds with other freshmen in their major and with upperclassmen. Welcome Week, which begins the Wednesday before classes start, involves upperclassman and faculty/staff helping freshmen move into their dorms, constant excitement to keep freshman from feeling homesick, an introduction to campus organizations, and plenty of entertaining events and skits to accustom freshmen into their new home and teach them about UMHB. With an incredibly welcoming atmosphere, Welcome Week is special to UMHB because it offers more than a simple orientation that leaves students fending for themselves. They are able to meet their teachers and classmates in advance, make friends to enjoy college with and ask questions to upperclassmen to better prepare themselves for the quickly approaching semester. Additionally, the “Cru Group” freshman are assigned to during Welcome Week doesn’t disappear when classes start – upperclassmen continue to plan fun get-togethers and act as a support system to their freshman throughout the year.

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In these two events, students are judged on their unique video skit, group dance, individual walks and ability to answer interview questions. Additionally, the winners of these pageants, Miss MHB and Mr. Crusader Knight, are able to use their titles to advocate for their chosen platforms throughout the Bell County community, and both are included in the Belton Fourth of July Parade. It is an incredible opportunity for students to grow, not only for themselves but for causes they support. The final event UMHB is known for is Easter Pageant. While Miss MHB and Cru Knights can attract crowds from the community, attendees are more typically students supporting their friends and family supporting their student. Easter Pageant, on the other hand, intentionally hosts reenactments at three different times to ensure that members from the community are able to come and immerse themselves in Christ’s story. In Easter Pageant, the roles of Christ, Mary and the director are chosen by the university president, but the rest of the cast, including the disciples, townspeople, Roman guards, Joseph and more are chosen by the director and leadership team. Each year, everything possible is done to ensure that no student interested in participating is left out. It is a wonderful opportunity for students to develop a deeper understanding of Christ’s story, spend time together in worship and prayer and, once again, build lifelong friendships. UMHB is not a school where you pass a face once and never see them again, it is a school that prides itself on the bonds students form during their years in attendance, both with each other and with faculty/staff. If you or someone you know is considering UMHB for higher education, let them know that they can expect to graduate with friends closer than ever before. To learn more about UMHB or to schedule a visit to its beautiful campus, call 254-295-4520 or visit umhb.edu.

UMHB also hosts their fall Miss MHB Pageant and spring Cru Knights Pageant, whose contestants consist of students nominated by participating organizations and whose leadership and backstage teams also consist of students. Due to UMHB’s size, the participation in these two events is immense, and students involved build lifelong relationships with each other.

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III Corps 100th Anniversary- Live in Temple TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business.

In the midst of observances marking the end of World War I, another anniversary is passing – notable because of its victories in one of the most significant battles of “The Great War to End All Wars.”

The Corps garnered a solid reputation as a key training element for the Army as it sent troops overseas in support of the Cold War, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. During the Vietnam War era, III Corps trained and deployed two field force headquarters and dozens of support units, totaling more than 100,000 soldiers.

The May ceremonies marking III Corps’ successes over the past 100 years, hundreds of active duty soldiers, veterans and families gathered at III Corps Headquarters to celebrate the centennial.

The most notable leader of III Corps was Gen. Robert Morin Shoemaker (1924-2017), who served as the III Corps and Fort Hood commander from March 1975 to November 1977. He led two 1st Cavalry Division units in Vietnam and served as chief of staff for the 1st Cavalry Division during his third tour of Vietnam, and later, the assistant division commander. After commanding III Corps and Fort Hood, Shoemaker was assigned as deputy commander of U.S. Army Forces Command before becoming U.S. Army Forces Command commander, a four-star position that few Army officers achieve.

Activated on May 16, 1918, III Corps participated in World War I, recognized for its heroic, super-human achievements in the battles for the Aisne-Marne, Lorraine and the Meuse-Argonne in France. The Corps’ well-trained soldiers oversaw U.S. Army divisions as it repelled several major German offensives and led the Allied troops victoriously into Germany.

In 2001, the Corps was composed of the 1st Cavalry Division and the 4th Infantry Division as well as the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment and the 13th Corps Support Command. However, with the Army’s realignment and the return of several formations from Europe, the Corps took command of the 1st Infantry Division and the 1st Armored Division as well.

The Corps was then deactivated. After all, the global conflict was fought “to end all wars,” wasn’t it?

Nevertheless, III Corps saw no combat deployments until Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. III Corps has continued to support operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and most recently in the fight to defeat terroristic threats.

Maybe it’s no surprise that III Corps, known for its stealth and unexpected strikes on enemy targets, should pass quietly. III Corps has tallied up a remarkable century of successes worldwide.

Slightly more than 20 years later, III Corps was activated again to serve in World War II. That’s when that III Corps earned its nickname, “the Phantom Corps,” with its razor-sharp precision and unexpected attacks. Its success laid in its ability to move rapidly with a mobile, well-trained force. III Corps earned campaign streamers in Northern and Central Europe and established the Remagen Bridgehead, enabling the Allies to secure a foothold in Germany. The Corps also participated in several key engagements, including the Battle of the Bulge where it relieved the surrounded 101st Airborne Division. Again inactivated in 1946, only to return five years later as the Cold War heated up. It was inactivated again in 1959, but returned two years later when the Berlin crisis exploded. A year later, 1962, III Corps was designated as part of the U.S. Army Strategic Army Corps.

Since then, Corps units have fought in and supported operations worldwide – Grenada, Panama, Honduras, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Afghanistan and Iraq. Its soldiers have served admirably in humanitarian efforts such as for Operation Restore Hope in Somalia and Operation Joint Endeavor in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Corps saw its first action in Afghanistan, when it deployed to Kabul in early 2013. Soldiers’ professionalism, pride and focus on training and readiness are hallmarks of III Corps’ legacy and mission.

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Army Futures Command - Live in Temple 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com

The U.S. Army is on a march to the future with Austin as the site for the Army Futures Command center. The Futures Command center will focus on modernizing the U.S. Army and developing new military technologies. The new headquarters pairs technological advancements with Army initiatives, speeding up tech acquisition and breaking old models of integrating new methods and ideas into the military force. The center is expected to employ up to 500 people at a University of Texas Systems Building on West Seventh Street. Because of its large military population and proximity to Austin, Bell County will be among the beneficiaries of this new center. The other finalists for the center were Boston, Minneapolis, Philadelphia and Raleigh. Austin was selected as the best site because of its strategic location in Central Texas surrounded by the vibrant military communities spanning from Bell to Bexar Counties. “Central Texas is a suitable home well outside the D.C. beltway for our Army’s new fourth command. We strongly support our U.S. Army’s efforts to centralize and speed innovation to the

battlefield under a new four-star general.” said Phil Wilson, chairman of the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce. “We have 36 startup incubators and accelerators, 450,000 college students, 24,000 reservists, proximity to Camp Mabry, Operational Test Command at Fort Hood, medical research and development operations at Brooke Army Medical Center and Joint Base San Antonio, all of which would surround the Army Futures Command with new ideas. Our quality of life and cost of living for families is very attractive to many, including the 140,000 veterans who live in the Austin region.” Wilson concluded. The selection of Austin and Central Texas marks a shift from former federal decisionmaking processes by forging new ways of thinking in military preparedness. The U.S. Army has traditionally had long development cycles, but that will no longer work as China and Russia continue to develop new capabilities, said Lt. Gen. Eric J. Wesley of the Army Capabilities Integration Center. Military leaders have described the Futures Command project as the Army’s most significant reorganization since 1973. In announcing plans for the center, they described the new operation’s objectives this way: “Modernizes the 35

Army for the future… will integrate the future operational environment, threat and technologies to develop and deliver future force requirements, designing future force organizations, and delivering materiel capabilities.” The Futures Command center is expected to lead innovation for the Army’s top six modernization projects, including improvement to its tactical missile system, combat vehicles and helicopters, defense teams and weapons. Army officials indicated they were seeking a high-tech, creative culture for the location, rather than a traditionally structured Army post. This should include a local workforce with experience in biomedicine, chemistry, computer hardware and software, electronics, materials and mechanical systems, according to military public information. The command, housed downtown, is the nerve center for the Army’s massive research and development budget and its largest restructuring project since the 1970s. Lt. Gen. Wesley added that the employment figure is dwarfed by the impact that Futures Command will have on startups and innovators in Austin and beyond. “We want all the best ideas, and those reside in places like this,” he said.


Security Force Assistance Brigades: New brigade brings 800 more soldiers to Fort Hood TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business.

Security Force Assistance Brigades is the newest addition to Fort Hood, bringing 800 more soldiers to “The Great Place.” This unit is one of five created to help train and assist allied or partner nations in improving security, eliminating the need to deploy regular units to handle vital security tasks, such as providing specialized assistance. “Security Force Assistance Brigades are a critical addition to our Army, and they will be increasingly called upon to deploy throughout the world to serve as combat advisers in support of theater security objectives,” said Lt. Gen. Paul E. Funk I, Commanding General of III Corps and Fort Hood. “Fort Hood is excited for the 3rd Security Force Assistance Brigade to be stationed at The Great Place, and we look forward to welcoming the Soldiers and their Families to our community.” Other Security Force Assistance units are being assigned to Fort Carson, Colorado; Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington; Fort Benning, Georgia; and Fort Bragg, North Carolina. “There will always be a need to help build allied or partnered forces, and the Security Forces will take on this critical mission and allow brigade combat teams to concentrate on preparing for potential full-spectrum combat operations against a near-peer adversary” said Mark T. Esper, Secretary of the Army. The Security Force Assistance Brigade consists of members chosen for their competence level, rank structure and military occupational specialties, according to Sgt. Maj. Joseph Tinker, the operations sergeant major for 2nd Security Force Assistance Brigade. “They train, advise and assist, enabling and accompanying operations with our allied partners and our host nations. This is going to help the overall readiness of the Army,” Tinker added. 36


To Your Health - Live in Temple 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com

BAYLOR SCOTT & WHITE MEDICAL CENTER – TEMPLE and CLINICS Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Temple is centrally located to deliver value-based, quality healthcare to the Central Texas community and beyond. One of Baylor Scott & White’s flagship hospitals, the 640-bed hospital is the only Level 1 Trauma Center between Austin and Dallas. The hospital has continuously been recognized in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals list and this year was once again rated as high performing in four procedures and conditions, including colon cancer surgery, congestive heart failure, COPD and knee replacement. Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Temple also has top certifications and recognitions from the American Heart Association, American Stroke Association and The Joint Commission.

ABOUT BAYLOR SCOTT & WHITE HEALTH Baylor Scott & White Health promotes the health and well-being of every individual, family and community it serves. An integrated care delivery network, the system includes the Scott and White Health Plan, Baylor Scott & White Research Institute and Baylor Scott & White Quality Alliance. Through 49 hospitals and more than 1,000 access points including flagship academic medical centers in Dallas and Temple, the system offers the full continuum of care, from primary to award-winning specialty care, throughout Texas, and via virtual touchpoints. Founded as a Christian ministry of healing, Baylor Scott & White is proud to honor its centurylong legacy through its commitment to improving accessibility, affordability and the customer experience for all. Baylor Scott & White Health is the most awarded health care system in Texas by U.S. News & World Report — an outstanding achievement that speaks to the deep commitment of our team to promote the wellbeing of all individuals, families and communities. Together, we are changing health care for the better.

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The Temple campus, located at 2401 South 31st Street is home to not only the hospital, but several clinics and specialty care centers as well, including:

• Baylor Scott & White Clinic – Temple • Baylor Scott & White Center for Diagnostic Medicine • Scott & White Mental Health Center •The Baylor Scott & White Clinic – Temple Pavilion which contains the Eye Institute, Pain Clinic and Outpatient Surgery Center. • Baylor Scott & White Roney Bone and Joint Institute • Heart & Vascular Institute • Neuroscience Institute • Glenda Tanner Vasicek Cancer Treatment Center • Medical research and medical education buildings.

An additional hospital located off-campus, Baylor Scott & White Continuing Care Hospital, is a 50-bed long-term, acute-care hospital and skilled nursing facility located at 546 N. Kegley Road in Temple. Additionally, there are primary and specialty care clinics in Temple and throughout Bell County. In 2019, Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Temple will open a new surgical sciences facility that will increase the number of operating room suites from 26 to 32. The expansion aims to make Central Texas a destination for patients outside of the region who need complex surgical procedures and to attract highly-skilled physicians who will bring innovative procedures. Baylor Scott & White Health has a long-standing history in medical education and research. As such, our Temple facility has a teaching affiliation with Texas A&M University Health Science Center College of Medicine, with medical school located on the campus serving as home to medical residents.


To Your Health - Live in Temple TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business.

MCLANE CHILDREN’S AT BAYLOR SCOTT & WHITE Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s Medical Center, located at 1901 SW HK Dodgen Loop, is the only pediatric hospital and Level 2 Trauma Center between Austin and Dallas. The 112-bed hospital houses 48 private medical/surgical rooms, 16 private pediatric ICU rooms and a pediatric surgery facility with five surgical suites and a three-room procedure suite. Adjacent to medical center is the specialty clinic with 135 exam rooms, 13 treatment rooms and eight specialty rooms, as well as the Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center and Pediatric Neurosciences Center. Additionally, pediatric primary care clinics are in Temple, Belton, Killeen, and Waco. McLane Children’s has a 51-bed neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) located within Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Temple. The McLane Children’s NICU is designated as Level 4 by the Texas Department of State Health Services, placing it with just 20 in the state and among the highest-designated facilities in the nation. McLane Children’s NICU cares for 800 to 1,000 patients annually, with infants ranging from 22 weeks gestation to term. McLane Children’s is also designated as a Pathway to Excellence organization by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, joining fewer than 200 of these organizations in the world, and a recognition of the quality of care delivered to children and families. The McLane Children’s Medical Center campus hosts a community mobility-accessible musical playground in front of the hospital. The 9,561-square-foot gated playground offers therapeutic benefits for all patients, has features that can assist in development and healing, as well as being a place for the community. The campus continues to grow as McLane Children’s will add an additional 20,000 square feet of space, including expanding the emergency department with five more exam rooms, adding a second MRI and increasing space for physical therapy/occupational therapy areas.

Central Texas Veterans Health Care System The Central Texas Veterans Health Care System is the largest VA medical consortium in Texas and fourth largest in the United States, with 10,000+ in-patients and 615,000 outpatient visits annually. The Olin E. Teague Veterans’ Center in Temple is the main campus for this system and is a 189-bed teaching hospital that serves as the medical/ surgical referral center. The $11.5 million VA Research Institute attracts world-class researchers to the Central Texas area. A 160-bed State Veterans Home, Community Living Center, hospice unit, and Trauma Recovery Unit are also part of the campus.

Clinics And Urgent Care In addition to several Baylor Scott & White Health Clinics in the area, Temple is home to many other health clinics and urgent care facilities to meet Temple’s health care needs. The Temple Community Clinic, established in 1992, provides quality care

to the working poor, qualified uninsured, and those with overwhelming medical debt from practitioners who volunteer their services. AFC Urgent Care is an urgent care and walk-in clinic that treats everything from cuts and bruises to fractures and colds and everything in between. The clinic also supplies on-site lab tests and x-rays with no appointments needed, open seven days a week. Express ER is a locally owned, state-of-the-art emergency room. They offer 24/7 medical care in a warm and caring environment, treating adults and children for everything from the flu to fractures. The typical waiting times are less than 10 minutes. Premiere ER Plus is both an ER and urgent care. Open 7 days a week, 365 days a year, Premiere ER Plus is a comprehensive solution to unscheduled care. The combined ER and urgent care is a costeffective way to receive care with little-to-no wait.

Dental Care Dental care is an important part of a comprehensive health plan. Untreated dental disease can affect a person’s overall health and well-being and has been linked to heart disease, stroke and even some types of cancer. Temple’s dental and oral care professionals focus on early treatment, preventing problems before they start and restoring the mouth to optimum health, creating beautiful smiles. Temple is home to many high quality dentists, oral surgeons, orthodontists and specialists who provide meaningful services to the community. Carus Dental Temple/Belton has served the Central Texas community since 1983. They provide high quality, convenient and affordable dental care to patients of all ages. Offering early morning, evening and weekend appointments to fit patient’s busy schedules. Striving to build strong, lasting relationships by delivering a blend of quality, convenience and caring. Cox/Bond Dental Group believes teeth should look good, function properly and last a lifetime. Their doctors combine science of restoring teeth with artistic vision to produce, solid, attractive

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To Your Health - Live in Temple 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com smiles. They provide all facets of general dentistry, restorative dentistry, and cosmetic dentistry with an emphasis on patient comfort and dental technology.

smile and choosing a dental implant specialist is an important decision. With over 30 years of professional experience, Dr. Larry Pritchard has the state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and surgical skills to perform at the highest level.

The office of Philip Davis, Jr., DDS has put patients first since 1982. Offering prompt, professional, and friendly dental services in a beautiful and relaxing office. Along with using time-tested dental treatments, the practice is constantly implementing cutting-edge dental technologies and methodologies to ensure patients get the best treatment around. Offering general and cosmetic dentistry, Invisalign and traditional braces, periodontal and gum disease treatments, dental implants and implant-supported dentures and more. Dr. Terry Proctor and Dr. Steve Pina of Forest Trail Dental Care offer over 50 years of combined experience providing the best care for their patients. Using only the best materials and techniques available to dentists today with the full line of services including general preventative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry-Invisalign, Lumineers, Lumibrite and Sinsational Smile, and restorative dentistry. Offering same-day appointments and lunch hour appointments to accommodate patient’s schedules. The Fossum Dental Group exists to significantly improve the dental health in the communities they serve by delivering the highest quality dental care experience. They want their patients to keep their teeth for a lifetime in comfort and health. Practicing a patient centered “Lifetime Care” philosophy of dentistry to positively influence their patient’s quality of life. Offering comprehensive general and preventive dentistry, esthetic dentistry, restorative dentistry and orthodontics to bring out the best in their patient’s smiles. Lakewood Dental Trails is a family dentistry practice offering comprehensive care in a relaxing and caring environment. Their staff uses a combination of advanced technology and old-fashioned compassion to provide high quality, stress-free dental care. Delivering whatever their patient’s dentistry needs are with experience, knowledge and technology all in one convenient location. Offering general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, pediatric dentistry and restorative dentistry. Pazmino Dentistry prides themselves on offering Temple residents dental care that exceeds expectations by working to build lifelong relationships with their patients based on trust and respect. They use the highest quality materials and provide skilled care that leads to superior, long lasting results. Offering patients preventative dentistry, restorative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, dental implants and emergency dentistry. Pinnacle Dental Implants is a state of the art practice with an emphasis on providing a higher level of service where caring, compassion, and patient satisfaction is their mission. Dental Implants area a significant investment in a strong, beautiful and comfortable 41

Temple Dental Trails is committed to improving the lives of the community they serve through world-class dentistry. They bring patients state-of-the-art treatments to protect their oral health including preventative dentistry, children’s dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, general dentistry, dentures, orthodontics, Invisalign and Six Month Smiles. Central Texas Smile Doctors aims to brighten futures through authentic smiles throughout the community. Providing patients excellence in orthodontic care resulting in beautiful, confident smiles and genuine unforgettable experiences. Offering treatment for children, teens, and adults with metal braces, ceramic braces, the Damon System and Invisalign-different treatments, one result: a gorgeous smile! West Temple Orthodontics delivers smiles that last a lifetime through orthodontic care. Dr. Larrissa Cali and Dr. Julie Sieh believe a great smile can open doors personally and professionally, and provide the self-confidence required for success. Offering patients orthodontic treatment that reflects their unique needs and desires, completely customized for optimal results, whether patients choose traditional braces, ceramic braces or Invisalign. Proud to be known throughout the community for friendliness and dedication to high quality service, West Temple Orthodontics is committed to giving patients outstanding treatment in a comfortable and friendly environment. Visit www.templechamber.com or the directory at the back of the guide for detailed contact information.


Keep Temple Beautiful - Live in Temple TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business.

Keep Temple Beautiful is at the cornerstone of community revitalization, beautification, litter reduction and environmental education. Our work with schools, businesses, neighborhood groups, organizations and local government motivates volunteers each year to improve their community environment. It’s all about quality of living – critical components of community improvement that affect the “built” environment (neighborhoods, parks, playgrounds, vacant lots, business centers, malls and main streets, landfills, facilities, roadside medians, streets, plazas, highways) and our natural spaces (public lands, waterways, trails, greenways and parks). With our partners, together we tackle the tough issues – illegal dumping, graffiti, litter, water pollution, blight, unkempt vacant lots, urban runoff in waterways and lack of green spaces. We are a credible valued leader in the community who delivers local tools to create positive change in key areas affecting quality of living. For over 20 years, Keep Temple Beautiful has been reaching out to all segments of the community, educating and empowering individuals to take greater responsibility for beautifying and enhancing Temple’s environment through our programs and public-private partnerships. Each year’s successes have created a cleaner and healthier city for all citizens. As an award winning non-profit, being named the Keep Texas Beautiful Gold Star & Sustained Excellence Award winner and a three time winner of the Governor’s Community Achievement Award, Keep Temple Beautiful consistently offers solutions that create clean, beautiful public places, reduce waste and increase recycling, generate positive impact on our local economy and inspire generations of environmental stewards. We along with our partners, have noticed that thriving communities are rooted in individual responsibility and action. Therefore, we work to build and sustain a vibrant community that is socially connected, environmentally healthy and economically sound. Our work with hundreds of volunteers to take action in their own neighborhoods, are done through programs that deliver sustainable impact. Because lasting change happens when people work together we have combined education with hands-on stewardship to make Temple cleaner, greener, safer and more livable. Our formula for success is simple. We focus to change behaviors and improve the quality of living in Temple by concentrating in 7 areas that we call, “Evolving a Community System”: Liter Prevention – Experts say the best way to rid a city of litter is to first identify the cause then reduce it and eventually eliminating the problem. Programs like “Put It Here”, (a litter campaign aimed at encouraging people to take personal responsibility for their actions through the placement of recycle bins and trash cans around the city) and the Litter Survey (developed by Keep American Beautiful and conducted annually by Keep Temple Beautiful, documents the composition of litter in Temple) assist the City of Temple, TISD, businesses, residents and other interested parties of the significant impact and cost to our community, roadways and environment. Waste Reduction and Recycling – Reducing the impact of solid waste in our city through integrated programs has always been a goal. Just a few

of our source reduction programs include: Curbside Recycling, Electronic Recycling, One Stop Drop-Off Recycle/Reuse events, Household Hazardous Waste Day. Beautification and Community Greening – We are improving visual aspects of our city through programs that beautify and naturally clean our environments, including native and wildflower plantings, landscape projects and housing rehabilitation programs. We developed a housing rehab program with the City of Temple, Lulac, NAACP and Patco Construction that helps to improve the look of homes throughout various communities in the city. As a community organization our actions reach far and wide and that’s why we partnered with Ft. Hood Area Habitat for Humanity and Patco Construction to build 26 eco-conscious homes for veterans. This project, the Lee Crossley Veterans Community is a labor of love for those who have given so much to our country. Education – We believe education is the key to encouraging positive behaviors toward community improvement. In doing so, we have taken a leadership role in profoundly needed initiatives that connect our citizens with the environment. Through our partnership with the Chamber of Commerce, Eco-Lunch & Learns are conducted bi-monthly where individuals and companies from around the State of Texas educate the public on environmental issues for 1 hour. Public-Private Partnerships – As a non-profit, recognizing that broadbased community alliances are essential to achieve sustainable community improvements we often times meet with other communityminded groups to accomplish our objectives. Throughout the years, Keep Temple Beautiful has worked with numerous entities to make Temple a better place to live, work, play and visit. Volunteer Action – By engaging our volunteers we extend the reach of education and multiply the impact of our actions. Collective volunteer action adds up to positive community change. How can you help? Be a part of the action. Help to “Keep Temple Beautiful”. Individual Responsibility – Improving communities, the environment and quality of living all begins with personal responsibility – individuals becoming more engaged as citizens and stewards. How can you take action? We have numerous programs and projects that we want you to be a part of: Adopt-A-Trail, Adopt-A-Street, Adopt-A-Park, help plan a project, volunteer, partner or sponsor an event, become a member, donate to Keep Temple Beautiful through your water bill, etc. But this is only one side of the equation, as with any non-profit, there are challenges. Yet it is up to you the residents and business owners to be the catalyst you want to see. Keep Temple Beautiful’s guiding principal of education, individual empowerment, volunteer service and strong civic alliances among the public and private sectors will continue to be the foundation upon which this organization is built. As a recognized leader in community improvement by both Keep Texas Beautiful and Keep America Beautiful, Keep Temple Beautiful is not just our name, it’s our mandate.

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Faith and Worship - Live in Temple 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com By: Jared Burt

Historians have debated through the years whether civilization birthed religion or religion birthed civilization. Recent archaeological discoveries indicate religion, in fact, gave rise to civilization. How? Religion served as a catalyst to unify people and bring them together to work toward a common cause: to build places of worship. The history of the city of Temple serves as a prime example of the unifying powers of religion. Even before the city was incorporated, local residents were gathering for worship near the site of Bird Creek’s Battlefield ground. After Temple’s founding in June 1881, citizens organized and erected several churches for both Protestant and Catholic denominations. In 1908, the city housed more churches than hotels or restaurants. Temple has been shaped significantly by the faith of its citizens and places of worship. After almost 140 years, the people of Temple remain deeply religious, evidenced by a strong Christian presence and dozens of churches scattered throughout the city. However, as the city has grown and progressed, so has its religious base. Temple is now home to a variety of religions and denominations. Maintaining meaningful relationships and belonging to a community is a basic human need. Expansive studies on human happiness have conclusively shown people enjoy happier, healthier, and longer lives when they maintain quality relationships. For countless Temple residents, the strongest and most enduring relationships have been formed in churches and faith-based communities. In this way, belonging to a church is like being part of a family. 43

Local churches offer a wide array of invaluable ministries and services to care for Temple residents. Services include activities for children, youth, college students, adults, and senior citizens. Beyond age-appropriate ministries, local churches serve those in need through food pantries, job training, and care groups designed for those struggling with grief, PTSD, marriage, or financial problems. Temple’s rich, religious heritage helps to make it a wonderful place to live and raise a family. As churches continue to grow and minister to local residents, hearts are refreshed with abiding hope, the hurting are comforted in love, and much joy is brought to the city. In a time where humanity is often divided, the future of Temple looks bright as people come together united under a divine calling.


LEE CROSSLEY VETERANS COMMUNITY OFFERS VETERANS OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A HOME TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. By: Sue Hamby, PhD

Veterans in Central Texas now have an opportunity to achieve the American dream of owning their own home, thanks to a collaborative project of Keep Temple Beautiful, Patco Construction, Fort Hood Area Habitat for Humanity, and generous donors in the Central Texas community. A new housing project, called the Lee Crossley Veterans Community, is now under construction at 1252 Honor Lane in Temple and will offer veterans an opportunity to purchase a beautiful new furnished 1 Bedroom duplex with no money down and only $450 a month, which includes $100 for a homeowners association to provide lawncare and community maintenance.

Veterans who have a minimum income of $1,033 and a maximum income of $2,065 and have a debt of no more than 40% of their income, are eligible Homelessness is not only a problem in our community but also in our state and in our nation. According to Congressman John Carter, there are 520 homeless veterans in Central Texas area and approximately 40,000 veterans nationwide; one homeless vet is too many. Pat Patterson, one of the partners in this project, stated that he believes this is the first veterans community in our nation, as far as he knows. Pat is a retired veteran and it has been his dream for many years, to see a community for homeless veterans where they have an opportunity to own their own home. It is felt that this project may also be a model project for other communities interested in providing housing for their homeless veterans. There will a total of 13 duplexes and a community center in the project. The project is named after Lee Crossley who served in the Army during Vietnam Era and 44

was an advocate for the residents of East Temple. He was a visionary and worked tirelessly to improve the quality of life for the residents of Central Texas and also established Citizens for Progress. There are many amazing things about this project but one of the greatest, is seeing the Central Texas communities working together to benefit veterans who are so deserving and yet have been forgotten at times. Thousands of volunteer hours have been donated by volunteers from all over Central Texas. Many businesses have donated, not only products, but have also brought their employees out to volunteer in this worthwhile project while organizations have donated equipment. To learn more about the Lee Crossley Veterans Community or pick up an application in Temple, contact Keep Temple Beautiful on the 3rd floor (Suite #302) at Temple Public Library (254) 493-4000; LVR Management, 3144 South 5th (254) 7712228; or in Killeen at Fort Hood Habitat for Humanity, 2601 Atkinson, (254) 680-4007.


Texas Main Street Program—Temple 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com

The Texas Main Street Program, a part of the Texas Historical Commission, exists as a need-based organization working to revitalize historic Texas downtowns. They only accept five cities a year, totaling up to 89 communities in its 35 years of existence, the most recent of which is our own Temple, Texas. The mission of the Texas Main Street Program is “to provide technical expertise, resources and support for Texas communities in the preservation and revitalization of historic downtowns and commercial neighborhood districts in accord with the National Main Street Four Point Approach of organization, economic vitality, design and promotion.” These four methods of approach will be integral to Texas Main Street’s plan for downtown Temple, including ways to encourage new housing developments and increase pedestrian connections. The Temple Convention and Visitors Bureau completed the in-depth and detailed application; Nancy Glover, Manager of the Temple Convention and Visitors Bureau, said, “it was a pretty long process, and it took a lot of research on our part to find all the information needed. However, it was a great exercise for the office that helped us learn a lot about our city and our downtown.” The Temple Main Street Stakeholders Workshop, which occurred June 7, 2018, outlined Temple’s specific preservation and revitalization goals to reduce vacant spaces in the downtown area and rebrand Temple’s downtown as a historic neighborhood. The designation as a Texas Main Street city adds several benefits to the city of Temple and surrounding areas. Being a part of the Texas Main Street Program means that Temple business owners will receive access to expert architects, designers and economic consultants. Temple will also become part of an online program, downtowntx.org, which will facilitate Temple’s redevelopment plan at no cost to individual business owners. “The program will help us to implement a lot of new programs downtown and refine events we’re doing. We’ll also be able to attract more retail and restaurants and things of that nature,” said Glover. The website will help encourage housing options within the Historic District of downtown Temple, transforming the area into a 24-hour downtown. Places like the Hub, BJ’s and KCEN Channel 6 are pioneering downtown revitalization by driving up dining, drinking and career options within the Historic District.

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Glover also mentioned other projects, such as The Children Museum, and Dibz changing its name to Benny’s Restaurante Italian and moving to Main Street. A new event venue will also be located on Main Street. Another step to a bustling and renewed downtown is the Santa Fe Plaza, a $30 million redevelopment project. The Santa Fe Plaza is a multi-functional plaza anchored by the historic Santa Fe Depot and flanked by the new Temple ISD’s administration building and the Santa Fe Business Center that houses the Chamber of Commerce, the Temple Economic Development Corporation and Workforce Solutions of Central Texas, bringing 300 jobs to Temple. In order to maintain Temple’s position within the program, Temple must follow Texas Main Street’s Four-Point Approach, a volunteerbased approach to downtown revitalization. The Temple Convention and Visitors Bureau will also appoint a Main Street manager through interviews conducted by a panel, which will act as the go-between for the program and downtown Temple stakeholders. In the future, Temple residents and visitors can look forward to more building owners due to the incentives set forth by the city government as well as the historic credit that owners will receive due to Temple’s national historical district designation. Temple also began a new campaign called “Heart of the City,” complete with new lamppost banners, painted dumpsters and decorative train cars within Temple’s Historic neighborhood downtown. Debra Drescher, Director of the Texas Main Street Program, stated that “there’s opportunity for everybody to be involved in the revitalization of Main Street,” so now is a great time for stakeholders to get involved. Temple already has an incredibly diverse downtown, with the Tool Library, Bird Creek Burger, and the Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum occupying the streets. What Texas Main Street Program will do is, through an organized vision, funnel the development with expert guidance into a functional and productive downtown. Temple’s main goals are to make points of interest more accessible to downtown pedestrians and increase daily usage of downtown. Glover warned the Central Texas public – “It’s a super exciting time for great changes. Just watch out, because Temple is about to really explode. It’s a super exciting time.”


Business & Economy - Work in Temple TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. By: Bethany Zamora

The Bell County Expo Center opened the doors to their new Equine/Livestock Complex this year, following the approval of the $24.6 million expansion in 2016 and its groundbreaking in 2017. The complex is located on the west side of the Expo Center campus, near the Horse Barns and Exposition Building. Covering an impressive 170,000 square feet, the Equine/Livestock Complex has a 130 feet by 300 feet dirt performance surface, the first permanent dirt arena at the Bell County Expo Center. The size of the performance arena allows for a larger variety of events to be hosted. Events that may require more space such as cutting horse shows and speed events, like barrel racing and team roping, can now be held at the Expo Center. In addition to the main performance arena, the new complex has a 100 feet by 200 feet covered dirt, warm-up arena with 136 premium stalls and 12 pens, 20 feet by 20 feet each. There is also a horse barn containing 220 stalls. Having a permanent dirt arena will make hosting events (that require dirt) much easier. Previously, the Equine/Livestock Complex dirt needed to be spread on the performance surface before the event and cleaned up after. These events can also be held more frequently and for longer runs. The complex offers many new features and amenities. There will be permanent seating for up to 800 patrons as well as a Champion’s Club gallery that overlooks the performance arena. Other features of the complex include 60 RV hookups, state-of-the-art Soundsystem and TV screens, designated medical and judging spaces, A/C, an area for concessions, and a bar and grill. This new addition to the Expo Center has the potential to put Bell County on the map. Before the opening of the Equine/Livestock Complex, the Bell County Expo Center could not compete with other arenas because it simply could not accommodate events that required a lot of space, and it could not host events that needed a dirt surface for extended periods of time or with frequency. The economic impact of bringing this new complex to the Expo Center is one of the many benefits Bell County will reap. The Equine/Livestock Complex should have the ability to attract national attention as well as tourism.

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Business & Economy - Work in Temple 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com

The industrial make up of a region is a critical component of a robust regional economy and labor market. Beyond employment opportunities, local industry plays an essential role in the economic and social development of any community. Temple boasts a wide portfolio of vital businesses and industries. The city’s primary economic development strategy is to maintain strength in existing industries and businesses while helping to recruit industry sectors that will grow and prosper. While there is not one simple guaranteed solution that will drive the community’s economic growth, there are key assets that can help in crafting a prosperous future for Temple. The demographics of Temple are characterized by a relatively young, growing, and educated population. Since 2005, the Temple area has experienced an incredible population growth, adding roughly 20,344 47

people. This represents a 22 percent increase in the local population, compared with 20 percent growth for the state and 9 percent for the nation. Residents between the ages of 20-44 currently account for over one-third of the population. Additionally, more than 87 percent of residents age 25 and over are high school graduates, and 22 percent hold a bachelor’s degree or higher. These demographics create an attractive labor market, which is the most essential asset to economic growth. For labor markets to work, there must be general alignment between workforce characteristics and current industry needs. Temple’s workforce continually diversifies to meet the needs of business and industry. Through an annual assessment, industries are asked to evaluate the workforce on four areas: availability, quality, stability, and productivity. Business leaders appreciate the above average work ethics, productivity, and stability of the local workforce and believe the community still provides a selection of qualified candidates that are both skilled and prepared. When analyzing workforce preparedness, it is important to not only evaluate workforce characteristics, but also consider to provide perspective on the educational opportunities available to the local population. All four of the public school districts that comprise the City of Temple met the Texas Education Agency’s standards in student achievement, student progress, closing performance gaps, and postsecondary readiness. The Belton and Temple districts specifically have a framework of Career and Technical Education. Career specialties are grouped into 16 Career Clusters. Each of these 16 clusters is identified by a common set of knowledge and skills that prepares students for a range of workforce opportunities. Additional


Business & Economy - Work in Temple TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. specialization is achieved through comprehensive Programs of Study aligning academic and technical content in a coordinated, nonduplicative sequence of secondary and post-secondary courses, often leading to an industry-recognized license or certification, or an associate or baccalaureate degree at the post-secondary level. Secondary education in the region also continues to evaluate the needs of industry and how their curriculum will meet the needs of both industry and careers. Institutions such as Temple College, Central Texas College, Texas A&M University-Central Texas, and Texas State Technical College offer a variety of continuing education programs and classes designed to prepare students for a new career or enhance current workplace skills. Workforce and Corporate Training programs focus on providing customized training and continuing education for business and industry. Customized courses can be completed at the college or conducted on-site. Every community has its own unique set of assets, networks, and underlying economic culture that determines its success in supporting growth and people. These factors create a dynamic interplay that drives successful growth within a community and ultimately defines the level of prosperity a city can attain. Prosperity is the fundamental goal for all economic development. In the past, prosperity has been described exclusively through economic indicators and a select number of demographic trends. Contemporary views of prosperity provide a much broader accounting of assets that include traditional factors, but also embrace other important locational characteristics. Gross Domestic Product. Economic growth in a region is often measured by what is known as gross domestic product (GDP). GDP is the total value of goods and services produced during one year in a regional economy. Steady growth in GDP generally signals the direction of overall aggregate economic activity. The KilleenTemple MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area) continues an upward trend in its GDP, with a 6.0 percent growth rate from 2009 to 2014. According to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, the GDP for the Killeen-Temple MSA during 2014 gives the region a ranking of 139 out of 366 MSAs across the nation. Income Growth and Opportunity. Job creation and income growth are important economic indicators of an area’s standard of living. These factors have a direct impact on residents’ quality of life and spending power within the region. The Killeen-Temple MSA experienced job growth of 16.5 percent from 2005 to 2015, outpacing growth rates at the national level. Similarly, the overall unemployment rate for Temple was 4.4 percent, a rate lower than the unemployment rate for the United States. Average earnings continued to grow in 2015, increasing 4.0 percent from 2010 compared to a national growth in average wages of 3.4 percent. Positive Business Climate. Temple continues to garner high marks for its business climate, a complex and important component of

a city’s economic health and potential. Business climate gives an indication of Temple’s current economic status and its future growth potential. Cities with positive business climates are more likely to attract new businesses and encourage expansion of existing ones, thus promoting local economic growth. Industry leaders appreciate Temple’s quick and nimble responsiveness to local business’s needs. Quality of Place. Quality of life, livability, and sense of place. Communities across America are striving to define these terms and to bring them to life for their local residents. Quality of place is one of the most important factors in the decisions made by relocating families, professionals, and expanding businesses. Companies in Temple feel that Temple’s commitment to quality of place makes it a desirable community. Excellent schools and healthcare facilities, Lake Belton, geographic location, and more than 800 acres of parks, are some of the many aspects that contribute to Temple’s quality of place. Talented, Well-educated Workforce. In today’s economy, a skilled, educated, flexible workforce is an indispensable ingredient for economic success. While a talented workforce is currently an area of strength for the city of Temple, it would be short-sighted of community leaders to not develop strategies to ensure the talent pipeline continues to meet future industry needs. By partnering with businesses, community colleges, school districts and universities. Temple can ensure a robust and stable workforce well into the future. Temple’s workforce is seen as a positive asset within the community. The fact that a large number of highly skilled men and women transitioning out of the military every month from Fort Hood has become a competitive advantage for the community. Increased economic diversity has led to a growing population of highly skilled and motivated individuals working and living in the Killeen/Temple Metropolitan Area. Cities like Temple with a skilled workforce offer both new and expanding businesses easy access to talented people. Strong Local Economy. Strong local economies are the foundation of strong communities that can grow and withstand the pressures created by an increasingly globalized world. The strength of Temple’s economy positively affects business efforts. In addition to having multiple industry sectors in the area, the community enjoys a blend of older established industries and new and emerging businesses. This translates into a robust local economy with adequate resources available for area businesses to grow and prosper. Every community has its own unique set of assets, networks, and underlying economic culture that determines its success in supporting growth and people. These factors create a dynamic interplay that drives successful growth within a community and ultimately defines the level of prosperity a city can attain. Business, educational, and community leaders realize that it will take attention and commitment to many aspects of Temple and our region to insure continued growth and prosperity.

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The Center of It All 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com

Every great city has a healthy, vibrant downtown. Founded in 1881 by the Santa Fe Railway, Temple had its beginning as a key intersection of two major railway systems – the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe and the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railways. Temple rose to prominence as a popular trading center for farmers with its compresses, feed grain enterprises, gins, oil refinery and companies catering to manufacturing farm equipment. Within a decade, Temple had developed into the second most-favored town on the Santa Fe line, next to Galveston, the company’s headquarters. The historical Santa Fe Depot was first built in 1911 and quickly became a center of commerce. The depot was a major hub of economic activity to and from Bell County, numerous businesses sprouted up nearby including: the iconic Harvey House restaurant and hotel, livery stables; saloons; a laundry, the Martin Hotel, and the Central Hotel where Dr. Arthur Carroll Scott, Sr., one of the founders of what we know today as the Baylor Scott & White Healthcare System, first began his medical practice in 1892. Unknown to the leaders in the early part of the 20th Century, is the significance the Santa Fe Depot would play in the renaissance of downtown Temple a century later. A development that has been described as the rebirth … an economic resurgence … a transformational project that not only displays Temple’s commitment and resilience for reinvestment, but sends a message to the world … Temple, Texas is open for business. Come and see for yourself! 49

Community leaders rallied around the concept to develop the Santa Fe Plaza, whereby prominently accentuating the beauty and panoramic view of the Santa Fe Depot. Flanking the Depot is the new Santa Fe Business Center, housing the Temple Chamber of Commerce, Temple Economic Development Corporation and Workforce Solutions of Central Texas. On the west side of the Plaza is the new headquarters for the Temple Independent School Corporation. Connecting the three buildings is the Santa Fe Plaza complete with a color-changing fountain, a performance stage and location for people to congregate. The Plaza will feed into the Santa Fe Market Trail which begins at the Whistle Stop Park to the west, goes under the Third Street Bridge, and follows along the railroad tracks to the new MLK Festival Grounds, the new home of festivals and activities in the downtown area. The Santa Fe Market Trail will extend to city-owned property on Eighth Street north of the railroad, opening-up the development of a new park to house gatherings such as Santa Fe Market Days and food trucks. The area features a food truck lot, an art piece and a play area, when completed. The Santa Fe Gardens will be 80 percent native Texas plants and include benches, gazebo and picnic tables. A place for people to congregate. The Santa Fe Project is just the beginning for the revitalization of downtown Temple. Expect to see additional development in the central core of the community, development that radiates out in all directions not only downtown, but throughout Temple: new business and industry, new restaurants and hotels, new and improved schools, new housing, as well as new and improved infrastructure. All of these are leading to the attraction of new residents who will call Temple, Texas home! The story of Temple, Texas is changing. From our downtown renaissance, our story flows. From our historical inception as a railroad hub to 2019 … our downtown is built by people who have vision and create for the future.


LIQUID NAILS - Made in Temple TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business.

For more than 45 years, the LIQUID NAILS® brand has provided a broad range of adhesives, caulks, sealants and home repair products for construction professionals and do-it-yourselfers alike. As the most recognized brand in construction adhesives, the Liquid Nails product line plays a vital role in new home construction and residential remodeling. Manufactured in Temple, Texas, for global distribution, the Liquid Nails brand is produced by PPG, the world’s largest coatings company. Temple is the principal manufacturing location for the Liquid Nails brand and the MULCO® brand, a construction caulking and sealant sold in Canada. In addition to Liquid Nails, PPG produces and sells brands such as the OLYMPIC® Paints and Stains, GLIDDEN® paint, PPG PAINTS™ and PPG PITTSBURGH PAINTS® lines.

“Liquid Nails is proudly manufactured in Temple and has been for nearly 30 years,” said Luis Santiago, PPG’s Temple plant manager. “Our more than 60 employees are thrilled to call Temple the home of Liquid Nails. We take pride in both producing one of the most trusted brands in the construction industry and in the impact we make on the Temple community.” According to Santiago, PPG seeks opportunities to make an impact in the areas where it operates and its employees live. “PPG looks for opportunities to be a good neighbor in Temple by making relationships with local organizations like the United Way and the Temple Chamber of Commerce,” continued Santiago. “We also work to create and enhance efficient manufacturing processes to remain a great and safe place to work and to produce durable, quality products for our customers.” Find Liquid Nails at major hardware stores, building centers, lumber yards, home centers and mass merchants nationwide. For more information, visit liquidnails.com.

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PDI - Made in Temple 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com to globalization with the acquisition of DataMax Group, Inc., FireStream Worldwide Inc. and LOMOSOFT.

Temple, Texas-based PDI has come a long way since its days as a startup in 1983. Today, with its solutions serving more than 1200 customers and over 100,000 locations, PDI is the leading provider of enterprise software and services to convenience retailers and petroleum wholesalers around the globe. Can You Hear Me Now? It was a question made famous in the early 2000s by the telecommunications company, Verizon, but it’s something customers have asked businesses for decades. “That question is really about a company’s commitment to listening and providing great service for its customers,” says Jimmy Frangis, CEO of PDI. “For us, providing excellent customer service and ensuring our customers’ success is at the core of everything we do. They come first. That belief is ingrained in our corporate culture, and it goes back to the very beginning.” Partnering with its customers is something the company has done since building its first enterprise-class software solution in the 1980s—the PDI/Resource Management Series (PDI/RMS). PDI repeated the

successful formula when it collaborated with more than 250 customers to design PDI/ Enterprise—its second enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. Since its release, the software has become one of the most widely installed ERP solutions for multi-site convenience retailers and petroleum wholesalers.

Expanding the Portfolio and Global Reach Although PDI was one of the leading ERP software providers to the convenience retail and petroleum wholesale industries for much of its history, many of the company’s long-held goals remained unrealized. “For all our success, our reach was largely limited to North America, but our vision was always to serve customers around the globe,” says Frangis. “In addition, we wanted to fully address the needs of our customers, regardless of their size or place in the fuel supply chain. We did convenience retail really well, and we could address the needs of petroleum wholesalers in a limited capacity, but we wanted to do more.” In 2016, PDI began expanding its portfolio with a series of acquisitions. The first was Intellifuel Systems, a Florida-based logistics and fuel supply chain management company. Then, in a move to strengthen its market leadership position, PDI acquired The Pinnacle Corporation’s ERP assets in January of 2017. But it didn’t stop there. This past April, the company further expanded its wholesale and logistics portfolio and solidified its commitment

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“DataMax increases our ability to address the needs of single store and small chain operators, while LOMOSOFT expands the depth of our logistics offering, particularly in Europe,” says Frangis. “FireStream is a significant investment in our petroleum wholesale capabilities and gives us a solution that the industry already knows and respects.”

Looking to the Future Today, PDI has more than 400 employees, and its solutions are deployed and serving customers in more than 50 countries worldwide. When asked what’s next for his company, without hesitation, Frangis brings it back to the basics. “Great companies are built around great relationships,” he says. “PDI has a history of building great relationships with its customers. We do that by providing excellent customer service and producing great products that help our customer transform their business. That’s exactly what we’ll continue to do.”


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Explore Temple - Arts, Culture & Entertainment 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com

flag under his arm stands saluting a kneeling bugler, head bowed after honoring another soldier with Taps. The memorial is located on the north lawn of the Temple Municipal Building downtown.

Temple offers vibrant and enriching cultural arts and entertainment experiences for all audiences, of all ages. The Parks Foundation Art in the Park Program is a community effort to connect the park system and public areas with visual arts. Sculptures adorn neighborhood parks, community byways, and local businesses and remind all, young and old to enjoy their environment and stay young at heart. Visit www. templeparks.com for more information. The Azalee Marshall Cultural Activities Center (CAC) strives to enhance the quality of life for Central Texans by igniting interest and promoting participation in the arts. With a 40,000 square foot venue, a fully equipped theater, four art studios, four art galleries, and four meeting rooms, the CAC provides exposure to art forms and creative entertainment from around the world, enticing all to discover and explore the arts and humanities for personal and community enrichment. The CAC hosts professional touring shows and concerts, community staged productions, gallery exhibits, classes and workshops, summer arts camps, and is a home to organizations like the Sweet Adelines International, the Texas Country Gentleman Barbershop Chorus, and others. Visit cacARTS. org for more information. The Pool of Tears Veterans Memorial is a beautifully designed sculpture located in the downtown plaza. Standing in the center of a long reflecting pool, a weeping young boy holding a folded U.S. 53

The Temple Civic Theatre (TCT) has displayed local and regional talent in live theatre performances for more than five decades. Each season boasts exceptional productions from dramas to popular musicals to classics. TCT also hosts a Youth Theatre Program every year immersing children in culture and arts. Find information on upcoming performances at artstemple.com. Temple College (TC) is home to many performance groups and galleries. The TC Orchestra, a 64-piece ensemble made up of musicians and students from Central Texas, has a spring and fall concert. The TC Symphonic Band, wind and percussion players from campus and the region, performs the best literature from Renaissance to present day. The TC Jazz Ensemble, a 20-piece big band playing of students, performs at least four concerts each year. Additional performance groups and Brown Bag lunch events present music education and entertainment year-round. Art exhibits attract visitors to TC Galleries. For complete listings, explore the TC Fine Arts page at templejc.edu. The Temple Public Library, located in Downtown Temple, is open seven days a week. Library cards are available to any Texas resident with a photo I.D. Children ages 4 to 16 may obtain a library card with parental consent. At the library, patrons will find over 190,000 items available for check-out including books, DVDs, audiobooks, and music CDs. On our 30 public computers, patrons can access Ancestry for genealogy research, the Funding Information Network for grants and scholarships, as well as the TexShare databases for business and academic research. Online resources that patrons can access from home include Overdrive digital resources (e-books and audiobooks), Tumblebooks for young learners, and Fold3, an online memorial of military records and history. Youth Services offers programs for babies and toddlers three days a week and a


Explore Temple - Play in Temple TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. book club for youth in grades three through six. There is a Summer Reading Program for all ages that includes performers once-a-week and rewards for completion of reading goals. For adults, the library offers the First Monday Book Club, Armchair Traveler, and two Creative Coloring programs. Our online catalog and calendar can be accessed at www.templelibrary.us or call (254) 298- 5556 to speak to a staff member. The Temple Symphony Orchestra (TSO) is comprised of 65 professional musicians from all over Central Texas with a passion for music. For almost two decades, TSO has created music of the highest artistic standard performing a broad range of repertoire. The orchestra educates its community about cultural life conveying heritage through beautiful notes. Throughout its season, TSO features local, national and international guest artists performing classical music, pop music, and jazz. Performing in the acoustically excellent Mary Alice Marshall Auditorium located on the campus of Temple College (TC), TSO makes classical music experiences easily accessible with seating for more than 1,000 people. For information on guest artists and schedules, visit templesymphony.org. The Bell County Museum serves the community as a vital resource for the collection, interpretation and preservation of the historical heritage of the Bell County area. From pre-history to the land grant period, from the formation of the county in 1850, to the establishment of Fort Hood, the region’s history is portrayed in permanent and rotating exhibits. The primary focus of exhibits at the museum is the first 100 years of Bell County, from 1850 to 1950, using various aspects of rural and city life. Visit www.bellcountymuseum.org for further information. A trek through the Czech Heritage Museum and Genealogy Center is a journey into the culture of the Slavic people from Bohemia, Moravia, and parts of Silesia who settled in Central Texas. The museum is a celebration of these early Texas settlers and their way of life. Czech contributions to the ethnic diversity of Texas are highlighted in this comprehensive exhibit. Preserved artifacts include a variety of Czech artifacts, coins, Bibles, costumes, antique musical instruments, and an extensive library with historic documents dating back to the 1700s. Visit www.czechheritagemuseum.org for more information. Take a driving tour for a great look at Temple’s history and heritage. The self-guided tour of Temple’s Historic District includes many beautiful homes such as the Ferguson House, the Chinese Mansion, and the Castle House. The tour begins in the downtown area and continues along a route past many of Temple’s landmarks as it weaves through the commercial area to the residential district. Tour brochures can be obtained at the Temple Visitor Center in downtown Temple or at www.discovertemple.com. The Temple Children’s Museum (TCM) is a Museum without walls, currently travelling throughout local communities of Bell County

with a dream of settling into a permanent home in Downtown Temple. The TCM’s mission is to create a community, which sparks the creativity and curiosity of young children through hands-on learning and interactive play. Using social media and their website, TCM offers inquisitive parents and young children a fun opportunity to find “where in the world is Temple Children’s Museum?” to locate the next interactive exhibit. Learn more at www.templechildrensmuseum.org. The Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum (TRRHM) is housed in Temple’s historic Santa Fe Depot. The permanent exhibits explore working and traveling on the railroad with an emphasis on the Santa Fe Railway. TRRHM also hosts a range of changing temporary exhibits, education programs and special events. A collection of railroad equipment is displayed on the grounds next to an active railroad yard where rail-fans can observe daily operations and traffic of the BNSF and Amtrak. Visit www.templerrhm.org for more information. The Ralph Sr. and Sunny Wilson house is a quintessential midcentury dwelling with interior surfaces almost completely covered in cheery plastic laminates. This home was built by Wilson, the founder of Wilsonart International, an international laminate manufacturer located in Temple. For more information, contact Brenda White (254) 207-2806. Premiere Cinema 16 with IMAX at Temple Mall has also made Temple its home. They bring recent releases to viewing audiences on one of the largest indoor movie screens in Texas. Additionally, Belton’s Grand Avenue Theatre offers six screens along with dining options in its café or at the show. The seats to great cinematic experiences are accessible in the Temple area. The Frank W. Mayborn Civic and Convention Center is a venue for business meetings, receptions, school or company banquets and special events. The facility accommodates small and large celebrations including fashion shows, trade shows and concerts. Spectator sports like roller derby and billiards tournaments are held at the facility. Learn more and find a calendar of events at www.discovertemple.com. The Bell County Expo Center located off I-35 in Belton is another wonderful location for conventions and events in the region. Hosting concerts, rodeos, circuses, boat shows and more. With four large convention spaces and an arena for livestock shows, the Expo is booked almost every day of the year. Find events at www.bellcountyexpo.com. Places like Spare Time Fun Center, Little Land Play Gym and Wheels Family Skating Center are part of what makes Temple a family-friendly city. Spare Time offers bowling, a two-story laser tag arena, and arcade. Little Land Play Gym is a one of a kind indoor playground developed by pediatric occupational therapists 54


Explore Temple - Play in Temple 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com to help kids grow and develop while having fun. Wheels Family Skating Center is an indoor roller-skating rink and family fun center. Visitors and residents can also enjoy dining and shopping at its best. Temple offers restaurants that will satisfy the most discerning appetite and unique shops and boutiques that you will not find anywhere else. Seasonal offerings include markets in Downtown Temple, West Temple and at Baylor Scott & White Health, featuring fresh produce, jams and jellies, creative works by local artists, gifts, arts and crafts. Explore dining and shopping destinations in the guide at the back of this magazine and on the Business Directory link at www.templechamber.com .

Festivals and Events First Friday in Downtown Temple On the First Friday of every month, Historic Downtown Temple is transformed into a giant party! Enjoy street music and performances, great drinks, amazing food and after-hours shopping. First Friday offers something special for everyone and is a wonderful time to explore Downtown Temple! Visit www. discovertemple.com for more information.

Main Street Market On the fourth Saturday of every month, Historic Downtown Temple is host to food trucks, arts and crafts and vintage vendors for Main Street Market. Main Street Market offers family fun in Downtown Temple. Visit www.discovertemple.com for more information.

Movies In The Park

Hot Summer Sounds Concert Series

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Summer - 8 Week Series

Movies in the Park Series is hosted by the Temple Parks Foundation. The free family-friendly events are great opportunities to get outside and enjoy Temple Parks. Pre-movie activities begin at 6:30 p.m. and movies start at sundown. For more information visit www.templetx.gov.

2018 marks the 20th consecutive year, Miller Park, located at 1919 North 1st Street, plays host to the Scott & White Health Plan Hot Summer Sounds concert series. The concert series kicks-off in June and ends at the end of July and features a different artist each week. All concerts are free to attend and open to the public. Visit www.templeparks.com for more information.

Temple Jazz Festival March Temple College Nationally known jazz musicians will be featured as guest artists for the 17th annual Temple College Jazz Festival. The annual event is an entertaining and educational weekend of outstanding jazz that will bring together top professional artists, clinicians, and hundreds of college, high school, and middle school student musicians for clinics, competitions and performances. The guest artists will be featured along with the Temple Jazz Orchestra, Temple College Jazz Ensemble and Temple College Vocal Jazz Ensemble for the evening concerts Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

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Bloomin’ Temple Festival April Downtown Temple

Bloomin’ Temple Rotary 5K & Half Marathon May

Take a trip into downtown Temple and enjoy three days of fun... Temple style! Activities include a carnival midway, live music on three stages by local and national performers, arts and crafts, a car show, free concert, barbeque cook-off and children’s area with inflatable games. Come celebrate the best of our community, both past and present! Call (254) 298-5900 or visit www.bloomintemple. com for more information.

Downtown Temple

Battle of Temple Junction

National Train Day

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Watch history come to life on the battlegrounds at the Bend of the River Ranch. Full-scale battles will be held on Saturday and Sunday – complete with pyrotechnics! For more information, visit www.discovertemple.com or call (254) 298-5900.

Rotary Club of Temple holds the Bloomin’ Temple Rotary 5K and Half Marathon each Spring. All proceeds benefit the charitable activities of the Temple Rotary Club, including support for local schools, student clubs, and literacy programs; and of Rotary International, including a worldwide effort to eradicate polio. Visit www.templerotary.org for more information.

A holiday was started by Amtrak in 2008 as a method to spread information to the general public about the advantages of railway travel and the history of trains in the United States. This event is held each year on the Saturday closest to May 10, the anniversary of the pounding of the Golden Spike in Promontory, Utah that marked the completion of the first transcontinental railroad in the U.S. Visit www.discovertemple.com for more information. 56


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July 4th Family Fun Fest July Miller Park This annual Independence Day celebration includes activities for the entire family! Spend the day at Miller Park and enjoy live entertainment, arts and crafts, food and games for the kids. The highlight of the evening is the amazing fireworks display! Don’t miss this opportunity for patriotic summer fun. For more information, contact Temple Parks and Leisure Services office at (254) 298-5690.

Texas Early Day Tractor & Engine Association October Tractor Fair Grounds Step back in time in a turn-of the century “Heritage City,” complete with massive displays of rare tractors, engines, equipment and historic structures. The 48-acre showground holds numerous demonstrations, including an antique tractor parade and pull, threshing, corn grinding, wire fence weaving and more! Fill up with delicious corn bread, beans, Bar-be-Que and ice cream made with antique engines! Find that rare part at the flea market, swap yarns, and hear stories of our past. On Sunday morning, a nondenominational service is held in an historic church. Showground rental available for special occasions. Visit www.tedtea.org or call (254) 780-2360 for more information.

Main Street Fright Fest October Downtown Temple No tricks, only treats when Main Street is transformed into a festive Halloween celebration! Vendors line the street with a variety of arts, crafts, goods and food. Vendors provide treats and free fun activities for the kids such as face painting, bean bag toss, bounce house and more! Visit www.discovertemple.com for more information.

Temple Christmas Parade December Downtown Temple Ignite your Christmas spirit during the annual Temple Christmas Parade. Local businesses and associations present elaborate floats as the children wait for Santa Clause to arrive on his “sleigh.” For more information, contact the Temple Parks & Leisure Services office at (254) 298-5690.

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Schlotzsky’s Jingle Bun Run December West Temple Annual 1K, 5K and Half Marathon to kick-off the holiday season. Visit www.templeparks.com for registration and further information.

Living an Active Lifestyle Temple offers many recreational activities and health and fitness options that are sure to appeal to all age groups. From indoor, lowimpact activities to outdoor extreme sports, Temple has something for the entire family.

Take a Dip The Lions Junction Water Park is a state-of-the art water park that includes a 300-foot lazy river, two 30-foot water slides, a beachentry pool and a deep-water pool with diving board and rock climbing wall. Families from all over Central Texas come to Temple to enjoy this unique attraction. Another very popular water attraction is the indoor swimming pool at Sammons Park. The pool is four lanes wide and 25 yards long, and heated to allow for year-round therapeutic programs and swimming lessons. A quick and free way to cool down is to visit anyone of the several Splash Pads throughout Temple. Ferguson Park features an interactive splash pad, where kids enjoy triggering the 11 colorful sprayers. Miller Park and West Temple Park also offer similar splash pads, and are all open throughout the summer.

Lake Belton, which lies approximately three miles outside of the city limits of Temple, was created to control flooding in the Brazos River Basin. The lake functions as a water supply, fish and wildlife habitat, as well as providing recreation opportunities for the public. Several examples of the recreation facilities found at Lake Belton include camping, picnicking, fishing, boating, hiking, wildlife watching and more. Temple Lake Park at Lake Belton offers a designated swimming area, beach, restrooms, picnic tables, boat ramps and a group shelter. Operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the park has a small entry fee and is open year-round. In addition, there are five public pools around town operated by the City of Temple. Visit www.templeparks.com for a complete listing.

Get Extreme Extreme sports enthusiasts can try their hand at rock climbing at Miller Springs Nature Preserve. This area also offers hiking, birdwatching, and rock climbing. Several other extreme sports are also available in the area including skate boarding at Temple Skate Park, scuba diving at Lake Belton, and sky diving with Sky Dive Temple. Visit www.templechamber.com for contact information.

Hit the Links Try 18-holes at Sammons Park Golf Course, a city-run course where recent renovations include a new clubhouse, golf cart facility, lighted driving range and reconstruction of several holes. Temple College Golf Course has nine holes adjacent to the V.A. Hospital. Wildflower Country Club is a private 18-hole course and includes tennis courts, a swimming pool, restaurant and pro shop. 58


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Outdoor Fun Temple offers two Disc Golf Courses for those wanting to try something different. The South Temple Community Park and the Rotary Disc Golf Course are designed for players to enjoy Frisbee™ in a golf-like game. Temple is very proud to hold a nationally recognized walking trail at Lions Park. The Lions Park Trail is actually a combination of two trail types. The first, made of concrete, meanders through the lower part of the park. Along this trail are wetlands and a beautiful pecan grove. The second is located along the hillside, where walkers can see a cedar grove, fishing pond, pavilions and a great view of the city. There are 15 additional trails in Temple totaling 18 miles. For a complete listing visit www.templeparks.com.

Indoor Fun Kids and teens will especially enjoy the city-run Wilson Park Recreation Center. From the gym to the arts and crafts room, the facility contains many options for fitness and fun for the entire family, including a game room, fitness equipment, locker rooms, showers and several classrooms. The center offers a variety of programs and special events throughout the year for Temple youngsters.

Health & Fitness Camp Gladiator is a four-week fitness program that promises a fun and motivating environment where men and women of all ages and fitness levels can push themselves to reach their goals. It is more than a fitness program, it is an experience. CrossFit DSP opened in 2012 to help countless local residents get into the best shape of their lives and have a great time doing it. Their 6,000 square foot facility offers a positive encouraging environment with top-of-the-line CrossFit equipment and Coaches. Join them to make the best transformation of your life. CrossFit Haywire brings you top of the line equipment, technology and coaching to achieve individual fitness goals in a community environment. Much attention is put into their programming to build complete athletes. Jazzercise Temple Fitness Center Jazzercise is a pulse-pounding fitness program that gets you results fast. It is a calorie-torching, hipswiveling dance party with a hot playlist to distract you from the burn. Ratliff In Home Fitness was founded in February 2017 by husband and wife Matthew and Mary Ratliff. Their goal is “Bring Fitness to You.” Using the NASM training guidelines and time-tested techniques, they will help anyone achieve their fitness goals. Snap Fitness 24/7 in Temple has a mission to change lives with results-driven culture both inside and outside the gym walls. Their goal is to encourage, motivate and drive their members to success.

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Summit Family Fitness Center, operated by the city, is open every day and offers a variety of exercise classes and equipment, an outdoor pool, hot tubs, saunas, rock climbing and tennis courts. Personal trainers, childcare services and lockers are available. Truecore Fitness is a boutique fitness facility offering small class sizes in Reformer Pilates, barre, cycle, rowing, yoga, Zumba and Shockwave. Titan Total Training (T3) offers fitness training, health and wellness education and nutritional coaching. With a full range of classes including Boot Camp, Body Pump, RPM Spin, TRX Training, Yoga and Hot Yoga, Zumba, Wellness Coaching Training Studio and many other programs. Validus Fitness and Training is not your typical gym or workout center, it is a beginning of a journey to better health and quality of life. When you choose Validus, they share the responsibility of improving your overall health and fitness. The Validus team helps you with a comprehensive and systematic approach to training for overall fitness and nutritional efficiency. With so many options, your family will agree that Temple really is the perfect place to live an active lifestyle. For more information about recreation options available in Temple, visit www. discovertemple.com. For a full listing of Health and Fitness options visit www.templetx.org/health-fitness.


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Art Trains are chugging to Temple! In December of 2017, Temple was awarded an Anice Read Grant from the Texas Downtown Association in the amount of $4,000 to help fund an exciting art train project in the downtown area. The first batch of four blank trains have been purchased and are now awaiting their transformation. Artists have until September 20 to submit design concepts, after which time four artists will be chosen to help with the project.

The project was made possible by the Anice Read Fund. Anice Read was the founder of the Texas Downtown Association, and the fund was formed in 1999 to honor her legacy and her contributions to Texas downtowns. The grants from the fund are used for a variety of purposes including physical projects, professional development, and/or program development.

The blank trains are tiny replicas of old steam engines, measuring 4’ long by 2’ wide by 3’ tall. Artists are encouraged to be creative and have the freedom to choose their medium, such as painting the trains or using a mosaic technique. Similar projects in other communities have produced breathtaking works of art – all unique in design and technique.

The final project, which is slated to be completed by the summer of 2019, will include 10 of these tiny art trains, scattered around downtown Temple. The Temple Main Street Team hopes that the finished project is something that would have made Anice Read very proud!

Anice was a beloved and passionate advocate for the historical preservation of Texas downtowns, believing them to be the lifeblood and true heart of a community. She was appointed to the Texas Historical Commission in 1968 and became the first director of the Texas Main Street Program, a THC division. During her tenure at the Texas Main Street Program, she worked directly with more than 100 Texas communities in restoring and revitalizing the historic fabric of their downtowns. She realized early on that the Main Street Program would not be able to meet the needs of all communities, and founded TDA to fill that void. Three years after her retirement, following a courageous battle with cancer, Anice passed away on November 30, 1999.

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Live Well in Temple! www.templechamber.com By: Victoria Van Hooser

Live Well, Temple! is a program under the Temple Convention and Visitors Bureau, and it is determined to make Temple the Wellness Capital of Texas. Live Well, Temple! hosts a convention each year with healthfocused vendors, encouraging residents, visitors and business owners to adopt a healthy lifestyle. The convention is divided into three focal points: Eat Well, Move Well and Live Well. It shines a light on wellness-oriented businesses while encouraging all businesses to reevaluate how wellness is incorporated into their business and workforce practices. Live Well, Temple! recently partnered with the Mayor’s Fitness Council, so both programs are in the process of unifying their efforts towards a healthier Temple. Nancy Glover, Manager of the Convention and Visitors Bureau, said that she “would like to see more farm-to-fork dining options.” The Dine Right program, initiated by the Mayor’s Fitness Council, encourages healthy dining options to locate to Temple, which will be facilitated by the two programs’ collaboration to create incentives for business owners. “It’s a huge priority,” said Glover. In addition to vendors, Live Well, Temple! also added several fitness competitions and a 5K run to their 2018 expo, and it looks to be even more exciting additions. “Keep an eye out at our website, discovertemple.com,” said Glover.


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# 100 Club of Central Texas, The Eleysa Richards 3200 Steck Avenue Austin, TX 78757 (512) 345-3200 www.100clubcentex.com Organizations & Associations

Aaron’s Sales & Lease

Advanced Chiropractic

All County Surveying, Inc.

American Constructors

ABC Home & Commercial Services

Advanced Surveying & Mapping, LLC

Allumed, Inc.

American Hearing Center

American Heart Association-Bell County

Ivanna Rodriguez 2915 South General Bruce Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-9995 F: (254) 774-8084 www.shopaarons.com Furniture

Jeffrey Schels 7348 West Adams Avenue, #700 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-2225 F: (254) 778-1600 www.templechiropractor.com Chiropractors

Chuck Lucko 4330 South 5th Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-2272 F: (254) 774-7608 www.allcountysurveying.com Surveyors

Anthony Nesbitt Building #33026, Support Avenue Fort Hood, TX 76544 (254) 553-1555 www.hood.army.mil/1stmed Government

Mike Matthews 11430 Farm to Market 439 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 314-0031 www.abc homeandcommercial.com Pest Control Services

James Staats 1610 South 31st Street, #102-299 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 760-4633 www.asm-tx.com Surveyors

Sammy Rizzotto 1103 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-1226 F: (254) 773-1227 www.allumed.com Medical Equipment & Supplies

3 Texans Winery/ 3 Texans Vineyard

Above It All Tree Care

Advantage Pest Control

Daniel Renkel 102 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 913-2552 http://advantagectx.com/temple/ pestcontroltempletx.html Pest Control Services

Almost Home Pet Resort

1 Medical Brigade st

Kim Langston 7536 Farm to Market 2409 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 493-3824 www.3texansvineyard.com Winery

3 West Ale House & Grill

Vira Chudasma 7373 Honeysuckle Drive, #110 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 935-2004 Bar/Entertainment

855 Bugs.com

Andrew Machuca Temple, TX 76503 (254) 743-9123 www.aboveitalltreecare.com Landscape Management

Accent Real Estate Services

Bill Jones 2400 South 57th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-0900 F: (254) 773-1299 www.accentres.com Real Estate

Angi Bridgeman 7212 State Highway 317 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 733-0352 http://855bugs.com Pest Control Services

Ace Pest & Lawn Control

9Round

Acer Service Corporation

Klaudia Kincaid 7425 West Adams Avenue, #140 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 727-4004 www.9round.com/ templetxwestadamsave Health & Fitness

A A to Z Ironworks Skip Lowrey P.O. Box 573 Lorena, TX 76655 (254) 716-8483 Ironworks

A&C Firearms

Arch Koontz 5819 East U.S. Highway 190 Heidenheimer, TX 76533 (254) 983-4417 F: (254) 983-4528 Gun Shop

David Preston 213 Mill Creek Drive, #130 Salado, TX 76571 (254) 947-4222 Pest Control Services Mark Groveunder 1394 Eberhardt Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 298-4016 F: (254) 298-4260 www.acer.com Computer Services

Altrusa International, Inc. AFC Urgent Care

Vicki Langan 3614 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop, Suite F Temple, TX 76504 (254) 295-0117 F: (254) 295-0122 www.urgentcaretempletx.com Healthcare AFC Urgent Care opens 8am every day - staffed with Board Certified Physicians to provide the best possible healthcare serving both individual and Occupational Health needs.

Aldrich-Thomas Group, Realtors

Nathan Dotson 6625 Brooks Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-7600 Pest Control Services

Lloyd Thomas 18 North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-4901 F: (254) 773-0376 www.aldrich-thomas.com Real Estate Commercial & Industrial

Acme Brick Company

Alert 360

ACH Pest Inc.

Kevin Ogg 4040 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-8088 F: (254) 778-2279 www.acmebrick.com Building Materials

David Brooks & Jason Gussow 4520 Taylors Valley Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 939-2501 F: (254) 939-5595 www.almost homepetresorttx.com Pet Services

Dan Ward 11500 Metric Boulevard, Suite C-215 Austin, TX 78758 (512) 568-3200 www.alert360.com/ locations/austin-tx Security Services

Alethium Star Homes

TerryLynn Schrimsher 1320 North Penelope Belton, TX 76513 (254) 721-5116 www.alethiumstarhomes.com Home Builder

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Hope LaGrone P.O. Box 1251 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 563-5961 www.altrusatemple.org Organizations & Associations

Alzheimer’s Association

Christine Casebeer 5508 Highway 290 West, #206 Austin, TX 78735 (512) 592-0990 www.alz .org/texascapital Senior Care Services

Rhonda Bly 11900 West Parmer Lane, #200 Cedar Park, TX 78613 (512) 328-2026 F: (512) 328-2520 www.americanconstructors.com General Contractors Cathryn Comstock 1618 Canyon Creek Drive, #140 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-7727 F: (254) 771-1256 www.americanhearing.info Audiology & Speech Pathology

Kim Klimt Woodway, TX 76712 (254) 744-1208 F: (512) 338-2401 www.heart.org Organizations & Associations

American Legion Post 133

John Potts 1300 South 25th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 493-0720 Organizations & Associations

American Red CrossHOT Chapter

Cyndi Dahl 9205 Oak Creek Drive Woodway, TX 76712 (254) 447-1625 www.redcross.org/tx/waco Organizations & Associations

Alzheimer’s Texas

Ameriprise Financial/ Bryan Daniel

Ambit Energy

Ameriprise Financial/ Roger Daniel

American Cancer Society

Amos Electric Supply, Inc.

Christian Wells 7719 Wood Hollow Drive, #157 Austin, TX 78731 (512) 241-0420 F: (512) 241-0430 www.txalz.org Senior Care Services Wanda Lueck 1003 South 23rd Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-5990 www.lueck.goambit.com Electric Deregulation Consultant Ashley Armstrong 11000 North Mopac Expressway, Suite #100 Austin, TX 78759 (512) 919-1809 www.cancer.org Organizations & Associations

Bryan Daniel 18 South Main Street, #500 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 598-7480 www.ameriprise.com Financial Services

Roger Daniel 18 South Main Street, #500 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 598-7480 www.ameriprise.com Financial Services Joel Amos 5120 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-4271 F: (254) 778-6055 www.amoselectric.com Electrical Contractors


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com Amy Bickel Photography Amy Bickel 20 East Main Street Troy, TX 76579 (254) 541-5188 http://amy bickelphotography.com Photography Studios

Amy’s Attic Self Storage

Bob Vamvas 4800 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-3838 www.amys atticss.com/temple-tx Self Storage

Animal Medical Care Lance Crews, DVM 1604 West Avenue “H” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-5246 F: (254) 778-6327 www.amctemple.com Veterinarians

Anthony Medical and Chiropractic

Chris Price 61 North Kegley Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 899-2225 F: (254) 778-6491 http://anthonychiro.com Chiropractors

Anytime Fitness

Sally Simmons 5418 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 780-3131 http://anytimefitness.com Health & Fitness

APAC - Association for a Pet Adoption Center Jake Herndon P.O. Box 2351 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 774-5833 www.myhappytail.org Pet Services

Apple Creek Apartments

Patricia Carver 4802 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-8680 F: (254) 778-0800 www.applecreekapts.net Apartments

Applebee’s

Mindi White 1808 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-5991 www.applebees.com Restaurants

Arches Footcare

Lynn Reichl 1616 Azalea Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-2693 www.arches footcare.weebly.com Retail

Ariza Temple

Brittany Stout 2012 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 288-0700 www.arizatemple.com Apartments

L.M. Armstrong Construction

Lee Armstrong P.O. Box 1130 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 913-0461 www.lmarmstrong construction.com Construction Companies

Armstrong Chiropractic Center

Stephen Armstrong 2014 Birdcreek Terrace Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-5575 F: (254) 770-0090 www.armstrong chiropractic.com Chiropractors

Arnold Builders

Bobby Arnold 5297 South 31st Street, #109 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 742-1072 F: (254) 742-2226 www.arnoldbuilders.com Home Builder

Ashford Homes

David Pedigo 3800 East Stan Schlueter Loop, #107 Killeen, TX 76542 (254) 699-8485 F: (254) 699-8433 www.ashfordhomestx.com Home Builder

AT&T

Branden Conner 3809 South General Bruce Drive, #100 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 791-8347 F: (254) 773-5618 http://att.com Entertainment

Atmos Energy

Tammie Bowman 1500 West Loop 340 Waco, TX 76712 (254) 662-7448 F: (254) 662-7400 www.atmosenergy.com Utilities

AUSA Central Texas Fort Hood Chapter

Baird Brothers Express Car Wash

Bobby Hoxworth P.O. Box 10700 Killeen, TX 76547 (254) 532-2493 www.forthoodausa.org Organizations & Associations

Bill Baird 1918 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 295-0234 www.bairdbrothersexpress.com Car Washes

Auto Lab of Texas

Baird, Crews, Schiller & Whitaker, PC

James Ervi 2204 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-8006 F: (254) 773-8021 http://autolaboftexas.com Auto Repairs & Service

Automatic Chef Canteen James Recks 400 South Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 754-5611 F: (254) 751-1053 www.automatic chefcanteen.com Vending Machines

Aware Central Texas

Misty Biddick 903 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-7582 www.awarecentraltexas.org Organizations & Associations

Azbell Electronics, Inc.

Robert Parker 7595 West U.S. Highway 190 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 824-0237 www.azbellelectronics.com Audio/Video

B B-Tek Water Services

Brandon Bartek 10665 Burgess Road Temple, TX 76501 (254) 624-4119 www.btekwaterservices.com Construction Companies

Badd Azz Bikes

Cameron Johnson 127 Estes Parkway Temple, TX 76501 (254) 771-0009 F: (254) 771-0080 www.baddazzbikes.com Motorcycle Sales & Service

John Bailey Financial

John Bailey, CFP 7480 Honeysuckle Road, Suite #100 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-8882 F: (254) 774-8883 www.johnbaileyfinancial.com Financial Services

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Thomas Baird 15 North Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 774-8333 F: (254) 774-9353 www.bcswlaw.com Attorneys

Baird, Crews, Schiller & Whitaker, PC/ Mark Whitaker Mark Whitaker 15 North Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 743-7340 F: (254) 774-9353 www.bcswlaw.com Attorneys

Baird/Williams Construction, Inc.

Britt Williams 900 West Irvin Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-3499 F: (254) 773-3548 www.bairdwilliams.com Construction Companies

BancorpSouth

Randy Ramsey 5550 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-5550 F: (254) 773-1661 www.bancorpsouth.com Banks

Barge Properties Management Company

Tyler Bradford 2005 Birdcreek Drive, #211 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-1157 www.bargeproperties.com Property Management

Barrow Brewing Company K. D. Hill 108 Royal Street Salado, TX 76571 (254) 947-3544 www.barrowbrewing.com Brewery

Barton House, The

Clinton Harwell 101 North Main Street Salado, TX 76571 (254) 947-0441 www.thebarton housesalado.com Restaurants

Bat Country Football Club Tristan Long Temple, TX 76502 (254) 598-0281 http://batcountry footballclub.com Sports Teams

Batteries Plus Bulbs

Ralph & Patty Badtram 3550-D South General Bruce Drive, #106 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 640-9610 F: (254) 773-4550 www.batteriesplus.com Batteries

Bay Street Steak & Grille Nicole Stalker 1420 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 314-2229 www.baystreettemple.com Restaurants

Baylor Scott & White Clinic Temple Professional Plaza II 1713 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop, Building II, Suite #100 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-8100 www.bswhealth.com Healthcare

Baylor Scott & White Continuing Care Hospital 546 North Kegley Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 215-0900 www.bswhealth.com Healthcare

Baylor Scott & White Convenient Care - Killeen 5702 East Central Texas Expressway Killeen, TX 76543 (254) 680-7300 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Baylor Scott & White Convenient Care Clinic - Belton 309 Lake Road Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-5600 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Baylor Scott & White Health - CTX Division

2401 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76508 (254) 724-2111 www.bswhealth.org Healthcare


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Baylor Scott & White Pharmacy #231 2500 Cross Drive Killeen, TX 76543 (254) 953-7777 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Baylor Scott & White Pharmacy #227 937 Canyon Creek Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-1600 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Baylor Scott & White Pharmacy #228

1605 South 31st Street, Suite #19 Temple, TX 76508 (254) 215-9100 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Baylor Scott & White Pharmacy #229 309 Lake Road, Suite B Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-6000 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Baylor Scott & White Pharmacy #230

514 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 774-1050 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Baylor Scott & White Pharmacy #232

3525 Farm to Market 2484 Salado, TX 76571 (254) 947-7555 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

BBVA Compass

Tyler Johnson 1004 Marlandwood Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 770-5145 F: (254) 770-5108 www.bbvacompass.com Banks

BCC General Contractor

Jeff Byrd 9105 Adams Lane, Suite E Temple, TX 76502 (254) 563-6633 F: (866) 539-5764 www.bccgeneralcontractor.com Construction Companies

Be One Creative Marketing Blane Walker Temple, TX 76502 (916) 320-9620 www.beone.com Promotional Products & Apparel

Beard, Kultgen, Brophy, Bostwick & Dickson, PLLC Gail Peek 220 South Fourth Street Waco, TX 76701 (254) 776-5500 F: (254) 776-3591 www.thetexasfirm.com Attorneys

Belfair Development, Inc. Jim Howe 7353 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 239-0372 www.belfairdev.com Property Management

Bell Air Conditioning, Inc. Kim Tyler 310 East Central Avenue Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-1141 F: (254) 939-6140 www.bellaircond.com Heating & Air Conditioning

Bell Contractors Inc.

Mike Pilkington 3082 West Highway 190 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-3509 F: (254) 939-3500 www.bellcontractors.com Underground Utility Construction

Bell County Beer Distributors Association Jack Hilliard, Jr. P.O. Box 249 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 778-2748 F: (254) 770-0612 Distributors

Bell County Child Welfare Board David Woodberry (254) 247-5723 Child Support Services

Bell County Commissioner Pct. 3 Bill Schumann 2520 Rock Road Troy, TX 76579 (254) 760-7922 www.co.bell.tx.us Government

Bell County Court-at-Law #2 John Mischtian P.O. Box 485 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-5125 F: (254) 933-5256 www.co.bell.tx.us Government

Bell County Expo Center Tim Stephens 301 West Loop 121 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-5353 F: (254) 933-5354 www.bellcountyexpo.com Convention Centers

Bell County Flooring

Rene Velasquez 6401 State Highway 317, Suite B Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-1313 www.bellcountyflooring.com Floor Coverings

Bell County Judge David Blackburn

David Blackburn 101 East Central Avenue Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-5105 F: (254) 933-5179 www.bellcountytx.com Government

Bell County Master Gardener Association, Inc. Wayne Schirner 1605 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-5305 www.txmg.org/bell Organizations & Associations

Bell County Museum

Coleman Hampton 201 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-5243 F: (254) 933-5756 www.bellcountymuseum.org Tourist Attractions

Bell Fine Arts Association VeAnne Stowell 512 Wyndham Hill Parkway Temple, TX 76502 (254) 760-5497 Art Galleries

Bell New Line Management, LC

Bob Browder 15 North Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 743-7365 Real Estate Developers

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Belltec Industries, Inc. David Jones 2057 Commerce Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-9404 F: (254) 939-9408 www.belltec.net Manufacturers

Belton Area Chamber of Commerce Randy Pittenger 412 East Central Avenue Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-3551 F: (254) 939-1061 www.beltonchamber.com Chambers of Commerce

Belton Christian Youth Center

Cathy Smith 505 East Avenue “C” Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-5759 F: (254) 939-9699 www.beltonyouth.com Youth Services

Belton Education Station Learning Center Susan Jones P.O. Box 792 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-2110 www.belton educationstation.com Education

Belton ISD

Susan Kincannon 400 North Wall Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 215-2002 F: (254) 215-2001 www.bisd.net Schools-Public

Benjamin F. Edwards & Co.

Phyllis Snowden 2102 Birdcreek Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 236-6490 https://benjaminfedwards.com Investments

Benny’s Ristorante Italiano Benny Ismaili 17 South Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 771-0169 http://bennys ristoranteitaliano.com Restaurants

Patricia Benoit

Patricia Benoit Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-6068 Media

Beronio Wealth Planning Solutions

Peter Beronio 2601 South Trimmier Road Killeen, TX 76542 (254) 526-6603 F: (254) 526-6766 www.peterberonio.com Financial Planning

Best Li’L Hairhouse In Temple Glen Frei 802 South 37th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-7995 Beauty Salons

Best Western Temple

Mike Bhakta 602 North General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 742-1122 F: (254) 771-5794 www.bestwesterntemple.com Hotel/Motel

Best-Way Carpet Services, Ltd.

Bret Stafford 3206 Airport Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 770-0932 F: (254) 770-0945 www.bestwaycarpets.net Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

Bethel Assembly of God

Elwyn Johnston 22621 SE H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-3126 F: (254) 778-4009 www.bethele3.org Churches

Better Business Bureau

Adam Price 200 West Highway 6, #225 Waco, TX 76712 (254) 755-7775 www.centraltx.bbb.org Organizations & Associations

Biggie-Mini Self Storage Inc.

Tom Tomasek 2616 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 742-2288 F: (254) 742-2266 www.biggiemini.com Self Storage

Bird Creek Burger Co.

Jacob Bates 6 South Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 598-3158 www.birdcreekburger.co Restaurants


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com Bird Creek Mobile Home Park Skylin Carpenter 1506 Caddo Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-9431 F: (254) 773-2276 Mobile Home Parks

Birdcreek Roofing and Construction LLC

Bluebonnet Health Services Mark Walsh 720 North 64th Street Waco, TX 76710 (254) 772-5577 F: (254) 772-5588 www.bluebonneths.com Home Health Services

BMI Pest Management, LLC

Nate Navarro 127 Lake Road, #203 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 541-1489 www.birdcreekroofing.com Roofing Contractors

Scott Morrow 310 South Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 771-9933 F: (254) 742-1914 www.bmipest.com Pest Control Services

BJ’s Brewery

Bo’s Barn Dancehall

Gale Mason 602 East Central Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 935-0210 www.bjsrestaurants.com Brewery

BJ3 Industries, Inc.

Lorinda Baum 4984 West Farm to Market 93 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 939-7131 www.bosbarndancehall.com Entertainment

Bob Mills Furniture Co., LLC

William Jones 111 Lely Street Troy, TX 76579 (254) 938-2564 F: (254) 938-7204 www.lelytank.com Manufacturers

David Bedwell 2100 South 61st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 935-2720 F: (254) 228-5090 www.bobmillsfurniture.com Furniture

Blackacre Title Company

Body of Christ Community Clinic

Gwen Copeland 1705 East Main, Suite B Gatesville, TX 76528 (254) 245-6902 www.blackacretitle.net Title Companies

Blanchard & Thomas, LLP

Melissa Tyroch Bragg 2027 South 61st Street, #105 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 433-4996 F: (866) 332-4228 www.bellcolawyer.com Legal Services

Blends Wine Bar, LLC

Kat Kaliski 208 North Penelope Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 613-4739 Wine Bar

Blount’s Speedy Rooter

Donna Blount 6814 Lower Troy Road Temple, TX 76501 (254) 774-7211 www.blountsspeedyrooter.com Plumbing Contractors

Bluebonnet Electrical Services, Inc. Stanley Durbin 2908 West Avenue “K” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-0801 F: (254) 771-4177 Electrical Contractors

Donna Dunn 2210-B Holland Road Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-9500 F: (254) 939-9503 www.bodyofchristclinic.org Healthcare

Boston Properties

A. C. & Nancy Boston 12435 Farm to Market 2305 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 780-2021 F: (254) 780-1211 Real Estate Commercial & Industrial

Bounds Commercial Construction, LLC

Ed Motley 1620 West Loop 340, Suite A Waco, TX 76712 (254) 732-1363 F: (254) 732-1207 www.boundscommercial construction.com General Contractors

Bowling’s Jolly Trolley Tommy Bowling (254) 778-2080 Sno-Cones/Mobile

BPO Elks Lodge #138

Jon Bryan 2613 Airport Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-1311 http://elks.org/lodges/ home.cfm?lodgenumber=138 Organizations & Associations

Brautigan Realty

Heidi Brautigan 11725 West Adams Avenue, Suite D Temple, TX 76502 (254) 221-1811 http://bellcounty.realestate Real Estate

Brazos Stamp & Engraving Inc.

Bill Sudlow 1407-D South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-7702 F: (254) 771-1982 www.brazosstamp.com Trophies & Plaques

Brick City Martial Arts, LLC

Gene Vining 5515 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 598-2043 www.brickcitymartialarts.com Martial Arts

Brickwood Boutique, Gifts & Interiors

Gina Angelo 7410 West Adams Avenue, #170 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-2050 F: (254) 742-2030 www.facebook.com/ brickwoodboutique Gift Shops

The Bridge Apartments

Erika Ramirez, Manager 404 South Fryers Creek Circle Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-0777 F: (254) 770-3072 www.thebridgeapartments.com Apartments

Bring Everyone In The Zone, Inc.

Maureen Jouett 204 Priest Drive Killeen, TX 76541 (254) 681-9112 F: (254) 213-4502 www.bring everyoneinthezone.org Military Support Programs

Brisbin-Shoemaker Construction, Inc.

Luke Shoemaker 4506 Old Howard Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 563-2977 http://brisbinshoemaker.com Construction Companies

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Burger King

Brockway, Gersbach, Franklin & Niemeier, PC

Stephen Niemeier, CPA, CFP 3520 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-9907 F: (254) 773-1570 www.templecpa.com Accountants - CPA

Brookdale Western Hills

Lisa Helford 3902 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 791-8000 F: (254) 791-8003 www.brookdaleseniorliving.com Assisted Living Facilities

BSP Engineers, Inc.

Anthony Beach 15 West Central Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 774-9611 www.bspegineers.com Engineers

Office of Senator Dawn Buckingham

Jon Luo 35 North General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76501 (682) 444-3292 Restaurants KEEP BOTH BURGER KINGS?

Jon Burrows

Jon Burrows Temple, TX 76502 Retirees

Butterfield Color

Jesus Dominguez 8191 Old Highway 81 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 223-1270 www.butterfieldcolor.com Concrete-Decorative

C C&G Products, Inc.

Gary Gore 508 Elms Road Killeen, TX 76542 (254) 774-8002 F: (254) 690-1148 Construction Companies

Cameron Chamber of Commerce

Martha Tyroch 410 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 913-1888 Government

Melanie Reed 102 East First Street Cameron, TX 76520 (254) 697-4979 F: (254) 697-2345 www.cameron-tx.com Chambers of Commerce

Jon Burrows

Camp Gladiator

Jon Burrows Temple, TX 76502 Retirees

Buffalo Wild Wings

Misti Seibel 2202 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-6966 F: (254) 742-7602 www.buffalowildwings.com Restaurants

Bulls Financial Group

Melinda Bulls 803 South 33rd Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 899-9944 F: (254) 771-9921 Financial Services

Burger King/ Ampler Burgers, LLC

Matthew Bars 6934 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 742-2018 Restaurants

Taylor Beck (214) 206-5584 www.campgladiator.com Health & Fitness

Candlewood Suites

Anita Shamel 1850 Scott Boulevard Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-8342 F: (254) 774-8268 www.candlewoodsuites.com Hotel/Motel

Canyon Creek Baptist Church

Mary Sanders 4306 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-6084 F: (254) 773-5266 www.creekfamily.org Churches

Canyon Creek Memory Care Darlene Rodriguez 4257 Lowes Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-3081 F: (254) 231-3644 https://canyoncreekcare.com Assisted Living Facilities


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. Capital Farm Credit

Josh Rodriguez 2115 Birdcreek Terrace Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-3417 F: (254) 773-8847 www.capitalfarmcredit.com Mortgage Loans

CASA of Bell and Coryell Counties

Dawn Graves 112 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 774-1881 www.casabellcoryell.org Organizations & Associations

Centex Storm Soccer Club, Inc.

Central Texas Advocates for Parkinson’s

Cappolino | Dodd | Krebs LLP

Cedar Crest Hospital & Residential Treatment Center

Centex Technologies

Central Texas Children’s Center

Valerie Farwell 3604 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop, #104 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-HELP F: (254) 778-4537 www.778-help.com Attorneys

Care Counseling Services

Nick Vache 416-A North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 299-2787 F: (512) 686-1016 www.cenikor.org Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation

Carothers Executive Homes Jason Carothers 50 South Wheat Road Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-5100 F: (254) 939-5122 www.carothers executivehomes.com Home Builder

E.R. Carpenter, L.P.

Tommy Stinson 2611 North General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-0131 www.carpenter.com Manufacturers

Carter Bloodcare

Vickie Carpenter 206 Archway Drive Woodway, TX 76712 (254) 297-4150 www.carterbloodcare.org Blood Services

Congressman John R. Carter - Texas 31 Cheryl Hassmann 6544-B South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 933-1392 F: (254) 933-1652 www.carter.house.gov Government

Carus Dental Temple/Belton Nancy Birdsell 1601 Forest Trail Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-3002 F: (254) 778-3151 www.carusdental.com Dentists

Sean Bellinger 3500 South Interstate Highway 35 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-4026 F: (254) 939-2334 www.cedarcresthospital.com Hospitals

Celebrations Event Rentals & Design Shoppe

Vicki Vaughn 1407 South 31st Street, Suite G Temple, TX 76504 (254) 314-2415 F: (254) 314-2415 www.celebrationsshoppe.com Event Rental

Cellar at Pignetti’s, The

Robert Hernandez 20 South 2nd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-1269 www.pignettis.com/the-cellar Event Facilities

Cen-Tex Alcoholic Rehabilitation Center, Inc.

Jim Cooper 2410 East Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-2286 F: (254) 778-3468 Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation

Cen-Tex Fireplace Solutions Shawn Ziemann Troy, TX 76579 (254) 493-9505 www.centex fireplacesolutions.com Chimney Sweeps

CenTex CBD, LLC

Judy Corrigan 2807 West Adams Avenue, Suite J Temple, TX 76504 (254) 295-0139 www.centexcbd.net Health & Wellness

Centex Printing, Inc.

Peggy Duffield 1005 Marlandwood Road, #116 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-2422 www.centexprinting.com Printers & Publishers

Ron Davis 48B Farm to Market 2271 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 791-4625 www.centexstorm.com Sports Teams Abdul Subhani 501 North 4th Street Killeen, TX 76541 (254) 213-4740 F: (254) 634-3998 www.centextech.com Technology & Business Consultants

Centra Mod Train Club

David Douglass 403 West Avenue “B” Temple, TX 76501 (254) 727-2155 www.centramodrr.com Organizations & Associations

Central Counties Services

Ray Helmcamp 304 South 22nd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-7000 F: (254) 298-7011 www.central countiesservices.org Mental Health Services

Central National Bank Gary Schmidt 938 Canyon Creek Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 743-6900 F: (254) 770-3186 www.cnbtemple.com Banks

Central Prosthetics & Orthotics

Kathy Averitt 2626 South 37th Street, #104 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 742-2771 F: (254) 773-5363 www.cpotemple.com Medical Equipment & Supplies

Central Realty Partners

Scott Motsinger 5412 Highway 317 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 791-8700 F: (254) 771-4120 www.centralrealtypartners.com Real Estate Commercial & Industrial

Central Texas 4C, Inc. (Head Start)

Janell Frazier 504 North 5th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-0489 F: (254) 778-4655 www.centraltexas4c.org Childcare Centers

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Ashley Hudson Belton, TX 76513 (254) 338-2413 www.facebook.com/ctap2008 Organizations & Associations

Jennie Schneider 2000 Marlandwood Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-6785 F: (254) 778-6789 www.centexchildrenscenter.org Childcare Centers

Central Texas Christian School

Brenda Russell 4141 West Farm to Market 93 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 939-5700 F: (254) 939-5733 www.ctcslions.com Schools-Private

Central Texas Youth Services

Kami Diaz 204 North East Street, Suite A Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-3466 www.central texasyouthservices.org Youth Services

CentraLand Title Company Charlene Burk 2005 Birdcreek Drive, #100 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-1346 F: (254) 774-7899 www.centralandtitle.com Title Companies

Centrifugal Castings, Inc. Gary Smith 3320 Parkway Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-9068 F: (254) 773-1133 www.centrifugal.net Metal Products

Central Texas Council Of Governments Jim Reed 2180 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 770-2200 F: (254) 770-2260 www.ctcog.org Government

Central Texas Housing Consortium Barbara Bozon 700 West Calhoun Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-2009 F: (254) 773-1958 www.cthc.org Apartments

Central Texas Human Resources Management Association

Kimberly Hartman P.O. Box 1001 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 634-0279 http://cthrma.shrm.org Organizations & Associations

Century 21 Bill Bartlett/ Melanie Kirchmeier Melanie Kirchmeier 860 North Main Street Salado, TX 76571 (254) 947-5050 F: (254) 947-5269 www.c21bb.com Real Estate

CENTURY 21 Bill Bartlett has over 150 years of real estate experience. Our real estate agents have a wide range of real estate knowledge in the Temple, Salado, Belton, Texas area. Whether you are interested in residential property, farm and ranch, investment property, subdivision developments, raw land, small lots, or commercial property, we have the right agent to help you.

Central Texas Veterans Health Care System

Deborah Meyer 1901 Veterans Memorial Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 743-2376 F: (254) 743-2338 www.centraltexas.va.gov Healthcare

Century 21 Randall Morris & Associates

Holly Morris 1216 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-1811 F: (254) 774-1896 www.randallmorris.com Real Estate


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com Century 21 Randall Morris & Associates/Tiziana Bigbie

Tiziana Bigbie 1216 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 421-0556 www.randallmorris.com Real Estate

Century 21 Randall Morris & Associates/Jeanne Giangacomo

Jeanne Giangacomo 1216 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 392-2518 www.jeanne.realtor Real Estate

Channel 6

Gayle Kiger 215 North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 859-5481 F: (254) 859-4004 www.kcentv.com Television Stations

Chaney Construction Services, LLC Sheldon Chaney 1287 Frederick Lane Temple, TX 76502 (254) 986-6002 F: (254) 986-6036 Construction Companies

Chaney-Cox Construction, Inc.

Charlie Cox 6102 South General Bruce Temple, TX 76502 (254) 939-0741 F: (254) 939-3389 Construction Companies

Charter Real Estate

Will Morris 2027 South 61st Street, #100-A Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-6675 F: (254) 778-7324 www.charterres.com Real Estate

Chase

Tonie Williams 2362 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 899-3810 F: (254) 770-3148 www.chase.com Banks

Chavarria Builders Jonathan Yoder 606 North 16th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 295-0350 F: (254) 295-0353 Portable Buildings

Chick-fil-A

Steve Joy 114 North 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-2020 F: (254) 771-0802 www.cfarestaurant.com/ north31ststreet Restaurants

Chick-fil-A

Steve Joy 3306 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-1889 Restaurants

Children’s Advocacy Center of Central Texas

Michelle Carter 402 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-2946 F: (254) 939-2939 www.cacct.com Organizations & Associations

Children’s Special Needs Network

Jaleta Tidmore 204 North East Street, Suite F Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-7597 F: (254) 933-7313 www.special-children.org Youth Services

Choice Rentals, Inc.

Chupacabra Kitchen Rachel Moore 409 South Main Street Salado, TX 76571 (254) 308-2019 Restaurants

Chupik Cabinets

Scott Mathieson 203 North 19th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 718- 9429 www.chupik-cabinets.com Cabinet Makers

Chupik Counseling & Consulting, PA

Jeffrey Chupik 3010 Scott Boulevard, #103 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-4022 F: (254) 773-0919 www.chupikcounseling.com Counseling & Education Services

Churches Touching Lives For Christ

Jim Hornsby 702 West Avenue “G” Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-6885 F: (254) 778-6873 www.ctlcministries.org Food Pantry

Circle of Living Hope

Lloyd Johle 2405 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-8503 F: (254) 774-8843 Rental Equipment Services

Lisa Crisman 2314 South 57th Street Temple, TX 76504-6958 (877) 240-4673 F: (800) 944-6601 www.colh.org Organizations & Associations

Christ Episcopal Church

Citizens For Progress, Inc.

Sally Louth 300 North Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-1657 F: (254) 773-4310 www.christchurchtemple.org Churches

Christian Farms-Treehouse, Inc.

Cotii Huggins 3804 Riverside Trail Temple, TX 76502 (254) 933-9400 F: (254) 933-7861 www.cfth.org Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation

Chupacabra Craft Beer & Salado Lone Star Winery Rachel Moore 401 South Main Street, #105 Salado, TX 76571 (254) 308-2220 http://chupacabra txcraftbeer.com Bar/Entertainment

Sonjanette Crossley P.O. Box 1618 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 421-0146 Organizations & Associations

Citizens National Bank of Henderson Charles Chapman 3957 Raleigh Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 899-8181 F: (254) 742-2309 Banks

City Federation of Women’s Clubs of Temple

Rebecca Northen 219 King Circle Temple, TX 76501 (254) 760-8113 www.cityfederation.org Organizations & Associations

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City of Temple - City Manager Brynn Myers 2 North Main Street, #106 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5600 F: (254) 298-5459 www.templetx.gov Government

City of Temple - HR

Tara Raymore 1 South 1st Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5650 F: (254) 298-5253 www.templetx.gov Government

City of Temple Airport (Draughon-Miller Central Texas Regional Airport) Joseph Medici 7720-F Airport Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 298-5770 F: (254) 298-5355 www.templetx.gov Airports

City of Temple Fire & Rescue

Mitch Randles 210 North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5682 F: (254) 298-5596 www.templetx.gov Government

City of Temple Library

Leigh Gardner 100 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5707 F: (254) 298-5328 www.templelibrary.us Government

City of Temple Parks & Recreation

Kevin Beavers 1909 Curtis B. Elliott Drive Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5690 F: (254) 298-5541 www.templeparks.com Government

City of Temple City Attorney’s Office

City of Temple Planning & Development Department

City of Temple City Secretary

City of Temple Police Department

City of Temple Finance Department

City of Temple Public Works

City of Temple Fire & Rescue

CJ’s Concrete

Kayla Landeros 2 North Main Street, #308 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5674 F: (254) 298-5711 www.templetx.gov Government

Lacy Borgeson, TRMC 2 North Main Street, #103 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5700 F: (254) 298-5637 www.templetx.gov Government

Traci Barnard 2 North Main Street, #302 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5631 F: (254) 298-5466 www.templetx.gov Government

Craig Maatta 210 North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5682 F: (254) 298-5696 www.templetx.gov Government

Brian Chandler 2 North Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5668 F: (254) 298-5624 www.templetx.gov Government

Floyd Mitchell 209 East Avenue “A” Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5536 F: (254) 298-5693 www.templetx.gov Government

Nicole Torralva 3210 East Avenue “H”, Building A, #130 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5621 F: (254) 298-5479 www.templetx.gov Government

Cory Smalley 707 North Highway 36 Bypass Gatesville, TX 76528 (254) 248-0744 F: (254) 865-5441 www.cjsconcretellc.com Concrete


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. Clark & Fuller, PLLC Monty Clark 215 North Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 899-0899 F: (254) 899-0901 www.clark-fuller.com Engineers

Classic Catering and Rentals Katie Hermann 717 South Martin Luther King Boulevard Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-8100 www.classic cateringandrentals.com Caterers

Clear View Window Cleaning

Coca-Cola Enterprises

Rhonda Dunahoo 2701 Texas Central Parkway Waco, TX 76712 (254) 759-7900 F: (254) 759-7940 www.coca-cola.com Distributors

Cochran, Blair & Potts

Robert Potts 221 East Central Avenue Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-3333 F: (254) 939-3588 www.cochranblairandpotts.com Clothing & Accessories

Coleman American Allied Van Lines

Construction Service & Materials

Kenny Cosper 8001 Witter Lane Temple, TX 76502 (254) 939-2454 F: (254) 939-0236 Excavating Contractors

Cooper & Bright Plumbing

Scott Cooper 1280 East Farm to Market 2410 Harker Heights, TX 76548 (254) 698-2909 F: (254) 698-3129 www.cooperandbright.com Plumbing Contractors

Corinth Baptist Church

Paul Wilson 1703 Twisted Oak Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 931-6172 www.clearviewcleans.com Window Cleaning

Jad Tawater 2000 West U.S. Highway 190 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-9000 F: (254) 939-9282 www.colemanallied.com Moving & Storage Services

U. C. Barnes, Sr. 321 South 10th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-8463 F: (254) 742-2456 www.corinth baptistchurchtemple.org Churches

Clear Vision Cleaning

Coley Group, Inc.

Cornerstone Automotive

Tonya Nolan (254) 314-5050 House Cleaning Services

Clem Mikeska’s Bar-B-Q Belton

2170 N. Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-3010 www.clembbq.com

Clem Mikeska’s Bar-B-Q Anna Mikeska-Payne 1217 South 57th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-5481 F: (254) 778-0283 www.clembbq.com Restaurants

Cloud Construction Co., Inc. Perry Cloud 1313 Industrial Boulevard Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-1363 F: (254) 778-5877 www.cloudconstruction.com Construction Companies

Clutch Technologies

John Frank P.O. Box 82052 Austin, TX 78708 (512) 402-5800 www.clutchtechnologies.com Technology Services

CNet Technologies, LLC.

Kevin Heath 3513 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop #204 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 742-0005 www.cnettechnologies.com Drug Testing & Background Research

Jenny Langfeld 18 South Main Street, #920 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 239-5411 www.cgifranchise.com Franchise Consultant

Comet Cleaners & Laundry Ryan Michaelis 2911 Market Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 770-0452 www.templecomet.com Dry Cleaners

Comet Cleaners & Laundry Ryan Michaelis 5416 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 899-2255 www.templecomet.com Dry Cleaners

Community Clinic at Santa Fe (FQHC)

600 South 25th Street, Suite #115 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 519-1229 http://wacofhc.org/ community-clinic-santa-fe Clinic

Comprehensive Engineering Solutions, Inc.

Scot Andrews 319 South 1st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 742-2050 F: (254) 742-2055 www.ces-texas.com Engineers

Robert Johnson 9311 Adams Lane Temple, TX 76502 (254) 314-5100 www.cornerstone automotive.com Auto Repairs & Service

Cornerstone Gardens Healthcare & Rehabilitation

David Coufal Agency

David Coufal 12270 Moffat Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 986-2448 F: (254) 986-2412 www.davidcoufalinsurance.com Insurance

Country Lane Seniors Community

Alan Kougl 2916 Country Lane Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-2900 F: (254) 771-2916 www.countrylaneseniors.com Retirement Communities

Covington Real Estate, Inc./Teresa McCoy

Daniel Woodall 3111 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-3899 F: (254) 771-3963 www.cottonpatch.com Restaurants

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Cultural Activities Center

Cure & Francis Law Office

Terri Covington 2324 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-3800 F: (254) 939-3232 www.covingtonsells.com Real Estate

Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home

Cotton Patch Cafe

Gregory Bridgeman 1505 West Avenue “M” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-9667 F: (254) 774-7774 www.ctwp.com Copiers, Faxes & Laser Printers

Covington Real Estate/ Terri Covington

Cory Herring Homes

Tony Gallagher 1404 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 831-5003 www.costapoolandspa.com Swimming Pool Contractors

CTWP

Brock Boone 3011 North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-9926 F: (254) 773-9929 www.cacarts.org Visual & Performing Arts

Cox/Bond Dental Group, LLP

Costa Pool & Spa, LLC

Don Peace 1901 South 1st Street, Building #202 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 743-1437 F: (254) 743-0406 Employment Services

Teresa McCoy 2324 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 541-3556 F: (254) 939-3232 www.teresamccoy.com Real Estate

Ryan Holler 763 Marlandwood Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-5950 F: (254) 771-5925 www.cornerstone gardensllp.com Skilled Nursing Rehab Cory Herring P.O. Box 70 Troy, TX 76579 (254) 727-9299 Home Builder

CTVHCS-Therapeutic and Supported Employment Services

Paul Cox 3010 Scott Boulevard, #101 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-1893 F: (254) 778-1316 www.coxbonddental.com Dentists

Steven Faram 3220 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-3999 F: (254) 771-3146 www.crawfordbowers.org Funeral Homes

CRW Construction Co. Inc.

Todd Russell 2703 Airport Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-9921 F: (254) 773-9938 http://crwconstructioninc.com Construction Companies

Jim Cure 2584 Blue Meadow Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-8934 F: (254) 773-2477 www.cureandfrancis.com Attorneys

Custom Air Texas

Brandon Tarnow P.O. Box 1317 Salado, TX 76571 (254) 727-5665 www.customairtexas.com Heating & Air Conditioning

Cyclone Corral BBQ

Brenda Mikeska 1616 Farmers Road Burlington, TX 76519 (254) 985-2317 F: (254) 778-3838 www.cyclonecorralbbq.com Restaurants

D D.R. Horton

Whitney Holloway 3515 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-8500 F: (254)778-8507 www.drhorton.com Home Builder

Dancing Bee Winery, LLC

Clint Walker 8060 East U.S. Highway 190 Rogers, TX 76569 (254) 983-2899 www.dancingbeewinery.com Winery


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com DanHil Containers

Deborah Moon, CPA 3715 Lucius McCelvey Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-0704 F: (254) 773-0786 www.danhilcontainers.com Manufacturers

Darden Building Materials, Inc.

Ross Darden 200 Otis Drive Waco, TX 76712 (254) 772-3450 F: (254) 772-7048 www.darden buildingmaterial.com Building Materials

Datamars, Inc.

Robert Bailey 1110 Industrial Boulevard Temple, TX 76504 (254) 598-3440 F: (254) 598-3441 www.templetag.com Manufacturers

J. Philip Davis, Jr., DDS

Phil Davis 5297 South 31st Street, #111 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-0055 F: (254) 773-0100 www.philipdavisdds.com Dentists

Days Inn

Misha & S. J. Patel 1104 North General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-9223 F: (254) 774-7568 www.daysinn.com Hotel/Motel

Delta Centrifugal Corporation Robert Rose 3402 Center Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-9055 F: (254) 770-1011 www.deltacentrifugal.com Metal Products

Dex YP

Jacob Loechler (254) 624-6010 www.dexmedia.com Marketing

DHI Mortgage Company, Ltd.

Micki Amburn 3515 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-7395 F: (855) 551-5933 http://dhimortgage.com/ branches/north-central-texas Financial Services

DHI Title

Jackie Stockton 3515 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 598-2465 F: (800) 511-6317 www.dhititle.com Title Companies

Dietz-McLean Optical Co., Inc.

Tad Elliott 3020 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-5041 F: (254) 773-5288 www.dmoptical.com Opticians & Optical Labs

DB Commercial Real Estate/Stan Briggs

Stan Briggs 6 South 1st Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 771-5959 F: (254) 774-9999 www.gregdavisproperties.com Real Estate Commercial & Industrial

DB Fuller Homes

David & Audrey Fuller P.O. Box 1297 Salado, TX 76571 (254) 721-0248 www.fullerhomes.com Home Builder

Dead Fish Grill

Jeffrey Reed 2207 Lake Road Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-5771 F: (254) 939-3432 www.deadfishgrill.com Restaurants

Directorate Fort Hood Family MW&R Tracy Thomas ATTN: Marketing, Shelly Damo or Libia Ortiz Fort Hood, TX 76544 (254) 287-0337 F: (254) 532-5781 https://hood.armymwr.com Government

Disability Services of the Southwest

Lawrence Baker 2027 South 61st Street, #119 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 776-6600 F: (877) 463-1312 www.dsswtx.org Home Health Services

Discover Downtown Temple Dan Kelleher 101 North Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5378 www.discover downtowntemple.com Tourism

Document Solutions

David Rush 306 East 6th Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-3065 F: (254) 939-1074 www.documentsolutionshq.com Copiers, Faxes & Laser Printers

Don Ringler Chevrolet-Toyota

Don Ringler 7777 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-6500 F: (254) 774-6541 www.donringlerautos.com Auto Dealers

Double T Construction, Inc. Digital Cowgirl

Jennifer Douglass Temple, TX 76501 (773) 428-4295 www.digitalcowgirl.com Social Media Management

Direct Auto Insurance Kelly Cormier 1314 Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 295-1502 www.directgeneral.com Insurance

Mitchell Thompson 3728 Pointer Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-1934 F: (254) 939-8477 www.doublet constructioninctx.com Remodeling & Renovations

Drews/Hunt Builders, LLC

Derrick Hunt 1023 Canyon Creek Drive, #100 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-1067 F: (254) 773-9538 www.drewshuntbuilders.com Home Builder

Drywall Systems, Inc.

Chris Hodges 1208 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 931-1222 www.eagleridgebuilders.net Home Builder

DuBois Furniture, Inc.

Staci Gerick 2027 South 61st Street, #126 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 776-4610 F: (254) 776-7263 www.eaglesyst.com Security Services

Russ Williams 1052 Canyon Creek Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-9776 F: (254) 771-5824 www.duboisfurniture.com Furniture

Ted Duffield/JP, Precinct 1 Ted Duffield P.O. Box 703 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-5183 Government

Dusek & Powell Custom Builders

Kevin Dusek 2608 North Main Street, Suite B-271 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 421-2216 F: (254) 774-8915 www.dusekpowell.com Home Builder

DynaClean Professional Services

Luis Hernandez 2102 West Avenue “D” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-3402 F: (254) 771-0112 www.dynacleanps.com Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

Dynasty Chinese Restaurant Jackson Huang 2501 Airport Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-4434 F: (254) 778-6611 www.dynasty chineserestaurant.com Restaurants

E E&M Consulting, Inc.

Gabe Brunick 1107 Hazeltine Boulevard, #350 Chaska, MN 55318 (952) 737-7115 F: (952) 448-9928 www.emconsultinginc.com Printers & Publishers

Eagle Eye Consulting and Construction, LLC Byron Sinclair 747 Little Elm Loop Temple, TX 76501 (254) 231-1876 Construction Companies

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Eagle Ridge Builders

Christina Wood 2598 Shanklin Road Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-3755 F: (254) 939-2884 www.dwallsystems.com Construction Companies

Eagle Systems, Inc.

Earthscapes

Mike & Kay Lynch 5317 Loop 205 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-4668 F: (254) 773-0816 Garden Centers & Nurseries

Easy Life

Melissa McCoy Temple, TX 76502 (254) 718-5758 Pet Services

EBCO General Contractor, Ltd.

John Egger 804 East 1st Street Cameron, TX 76520 (254) 697-8516 F: (254) 697-8656 www.ebcogc.com Construction Companies

Echo Station Apartments Lannae Evans 1213 Waters Dairy Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 899-8100 F: (254) 899-8105 www.echostationapts.com Apartments

Edible Arrangements, Temple

Lisa Marshall 2320 South 31st Street, #104 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 255-4400 www.ediblearrangements.com Fruit Bouquets

Edward Jones/ Jennifer Adams, Financial Advisor Jennifer Adams 12 North 5th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 774-9170 F: (855) 522-1058 Financial Services


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. Edward Jones/ Daryl Riegel

Daryl Riegel 1005 Marlandwood Road, #101 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 791-4630 F: (877) 773-5559 www.edwardjones.com Financial Services

Edward Jones/ Dylan Ripley AAMS, Financial Advisor

Dylan Ripley 4224 South 5th Street, Suite B Temple, TX 76502 (254) 598-2049 F: (888) 235-1660 http://edward jones.com/dylan-ripley Financial Services

Eighth Street Baptist Church

Roscoe Harrison 215 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-3034 Churches

El Puerto de Jalisco

Samuel Camarena 2819 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 770-1450 Restaurants

Elmcroft of Cottonwood Susan Williams 3002 Jack Rabbit Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-2222 F: (254) 778-2845 www.elmcroft.com Assisted Living Facilities

Kari McKown 2901 H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 899-8255 F: (254) 742-2132 www.elitetherapycenter.org Health & Wellness Elite Therapy Center provides children’s speech, physical, and occupational therapy services for ages birth-21 years. We serve families, physicians, and schools to help children achieve their full potential through comprehensive treatments geared to meet their unique needs. Text the words JourneyElite to number 797979 to connect with us instantly!

Ellis Air Systems

Fred Ellis 6102 West Adams Avenue, Suite C Temple, TX 76502 (254) 598-2074 F: (254) 519-3759 www.ellisairsystems.com Heating & Air Conditioning

Kay English 606 North Wall Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 231-0583 www.englishmaids.biz House Cleaning Services

Chuck Emerson 4502 Twin City Boulevard Temple, TX 76502 (254) 939-1863 F: (254) 939-2094 www.eccinc.com Construction Companies

Empire Custom Homes LLC Collins Gregory 109 East Avenue “A” Temple, TX 76501 (254) 721-6050 www.empire customhomestexas.com Home Builder

Empire Seed Company Ross Gregory 109 East Avenue “A” Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-7109 F: (254) 778-9254 Irrigation

Epperson Paint & Body, Inc. Scott Epperson 1115 South 55th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-1180 F: (254) 771-1681 www.epperson paintandbody.com Body Shops

Equipment Depot, Ltd.

Kevin Harris 4100 South Interstate Highway 35 Waco, TX 76706 (254) 773-2706 F: (254) 662-0344 www.eqdepot.com Forklift Sales & Service

Estelle Nail Spa

Thi Dang 2102 South 31st Street. #110 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 661-4484 www.estellenailspa.com Nail Salons

Johnny Walker 23208 SE H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-9098 F: (254) 774-9156 www.emporiumspice.com Food Products & Supplies

Event Your Life Design

Encore Landing Apartments

Exchange Club of Temple - Belton

Kirby Tate 764 Marlandwood Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 207-0020 F: (254) 221-1829 www.encorelanding.com Apartments

Encryptux Escape Rooms LLC

Zandra Stanford 2314 West Adams Avenue, Suite A Temple, TX 76504 (254) 721-0393 www.encryptux escaperooms.com Entertainment

Engbrock Partners Ltd. Eugene & Betty Engbrock 1512 East Central Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-8638 F: (254) 778-8638 Retirees

Extraco Technology

Patrick Johnson 605 South University Parks Drive Waco, TX 76706 (254) 761-2390 www.extraco.tech Technology Services

Extreme Clean

Emerson Construction Company, Inc.

Emporium Packaging & Spice Company

Elite Therapy Center

English Maids, LLC

LaCrisha Johnson P.O. Box 1232 Temple, TX 76503 (972) 832-8362 www.eventyourlife.com Event Planning Services

Ursula Rushing Harker Heights, TX 76548 (254) 289-1292 F: (254) 634-1714 Organizations & Associations

Express Employment Professionals

James Fertsch 12 East Central Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 770-0008 www.extremecleantx.com Janitorial & Building Maintenance

F F8 Tech, LLC

Brent Wolff 2611 South State Highway 36 Gatesville, TX 76528 (254) 220-4868 www.f8tech.com IT Network Remote Monitoring

Fairfield Inn

Leslie Albrecht 1402 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-3030 F: (254) 771-3030 www.marriott.com/tplfi Hotel/Motel

Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp.

Brad Dragoo 3923 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 933-0036 F: (254) 770-1144 www.fairwaytx.com Mortgage Loans

Fairways at Sammons Park Lannae Evans, Mgr 2201 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-3110 F: (254) 598-7961 Retirement Communities

Family Pet Clinic

Deborah Zembo 200 West Calhoun Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 771-5595 F: (254) 773-5611 http://temple tx.expresspros.com Employment Services

Rena Dunahoo 5233 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-0331 F: (254) 771-1919 www.family petclinic.vetsuite.com Veterinarians

Extraco Banks

Family Promise of East Bell Co.

Steve Wolfe 3615 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-5500 F: (254) 774-5848 www.extracobanks.com Banks

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Joyce Marcum 1018 East Avenue “A” Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-9980 www.family promisebellcounty.com Nonprofit Foundations

Farm Bureau Insurance/Davis Ford

Davis Ford 1341 Marlandwood Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 718-2271 F: (254) 778-2389 www.txfb-ins.com Insurance

Farm Bureau Insurance/Don Murphy Don Murphy 1341 Marlandwood Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-4741 F: (254) 778-2389 www.txfb-ins.com Insurance

Farmers Insurance District 31

Bonnie Hunt 5293 South 31st Street, #141 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 531-0484 F: (254) 655-8415 http://recruitment.farmers.com Insurance

Farmers Insurance/ Dana Hoelscher Agency

Dana Hoelscher 405 Van Dyck Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 314-2626 F: (254) 314-2634 https://agents.farmers.com/ tx/temple/dana-hoelscher Insurance

Farmers Insurance/ Andrew Rutherford Agency

Andrew Rutherford 5297 South 31st Street, #115 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-4646 F: (254) 531-0431 https://agents. farmers.com/arutherford Insurance

Fast Signs Temple

Dennis Smith 904 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 231-3332 F: (254) 773-9099 www.fastsigns.com/ 2097-temple-tx Signs & Banners

Feed My Sheep

Jim Hornsby 112 West Avenue “G” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 913-4220 www.feedmysheeptemple.org Social Services


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com Fikes Wholesale, Inc./ CEFCO Food Stores

First Convenience Bank inside H-E-B

Fire Street Pizza

First Convenience Bank inside Walmart

Kim Fikes 6261 Central Pointe Parkway Temple, TX 76504 (254) 791-0009 F: (254) 771-1687 www.fikesinc.com Gasoline Distributors Jason Brumbalow 10310 Farm to Market 439 Belton, TX 76513 (512) 910-4676 www.firestreetpizza.com Restaurants

Firestone Complete Auto Care I-35

Andrew Bieler 3450 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-8014 www.firestone completeautocare.com Tire Dealers

Firetrol Protection Systems

Don Bordelon 1109 North General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 410-7333 F: (512) 687-0120 http://firetrol.net Fire Protection Services

First Baptist Church

Joe Loughlin 8015 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-6866 F: (254) 773-7094 www.firsttemple.org Churches

First Christian Church Belton Mike Dunson 100 Water Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-3483 www.fccbelton.org Churches

First Community Mortgage Nikki McDaniel 7348 West Adams Avenue, #200 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-0020 www.fcmloans4u.com Mortgage Loans

First Community Title Company

Kacy Jarma 4613 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-7750 F: (254) 778-2533 www.fcttx.com Title Companies

Branch Manager 1314 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (800) 903-7490 www.1stcb.com Banks

Branch Manager 3401 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (800) 903-7490 F: (254) 791-1869 www.1stcb.com Banks

First Finance & Furniture

Lynn Geiger 108 South Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-4452 F: (254) 770-1947 www.firstfurnitureandtv.com Furniture

First Texas Brokerage Company

Ryan Hodge 5222 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-4400 F: (254) 773-4505 www.efirsttexas.com Real Estate

First United Bank & Trust Daniel Jeanes 7286 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 770-5000 F: (254) 770-9995 www.firstunitedbank.com Banks

First United Methodist Church-Temple

Charles Davis 102 North 2nd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-5269 F: (254) 773-5027 www.fumctemple.org Churches

Folkerson Communications, Ltd.

Greg Folkerson 701 Sun Meadows Drive Harker Heights, TX 76548 (254) 698-0016 F: (254) 698-1111 www.folkersoncom.com Telecommunications

Forest Trail Dental Care Terry Proctor, DDS & Steve Pina, DDS 4206 Lowes Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-5070 F: (254) 771-0235 www.foresttraildental.com Dentists

Fort Hood Area Habitat for Humanity

Ken Cates 2601 Atkinson Avenue Killeen, TX 76543 (254) 680-4007 www.fhahfh.org Organizations & Associations

Fortress Group/ Gloria M. Miller

Gloria Miller 1302 West Stan Schlueter Loop Killeen, TX 76549 (254) 247-0683 http://fortressgroupreality.com

Foster Love Bell County

Candace Cartwright P.O. Box 2175 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 899-5050 Organizations & Associations

Richard F. Fossum, DDS, PA Rich Fossum 2534 Blue Meadow Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-3900 F: (254) 778-3902 www.richardfossumdds.com Dentists

Foundation United Methodist Church

Gary White 10751 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 780-9673 www.foundationumc.org Churches

Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers

Murphy Williams 7036 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 935-2178 www.freddysusa.com Restaurants

Friars Creek Preserve at Green Oaks Raye Virginia Allen 5880 Hartrick Bluff Road Temple, TX 76502 Museums

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Friends of the Temple Public Library

Norma Swaim 100 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5707 www.friendsof thetemplepubliclibrary.org Organizations & Associations

Mona Fullmer (Honorary) Mona Fullmer (254) 913-6500 Life Members

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop

Kristi Lowry 7425 West Adams Avenue, #110 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 742-7747 www.fuzzystacoshop.com/ locations#q=temple, tx Restaurants

G Gage Construction Inc.

Garlyn Shelton Nissan

Ed Whittle 5620 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-0128 http://garlynsheltonnissan.com Auto Dealers

Garlyn Shelton Volkswagon Ed Whittle 5700 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-0128 http://garlyn sheltonvwtemple.com Auto Dealers

Gem Pawn Shop

Rex McAdams 1305 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-4708 www.gempawntemple.com Pawnbrokers

Georgetown Chamber of Commerce

Tommy Gage 100 East Farm to Market 93 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-4243 www.gageconstructioninc.com Remodeling & Renovations

Karen Sheldon 1 Chamber Way Georgetown, TX 78626 (512) 930-3535 F: (512) 930-3587 www.georgetownchamber.org Chambers of Commerce

Garden Estates of Temple

Georgetown Winery

Garlyn Shelton

Gifts & Goodies

Lane Jackson Ellis 5320 205 Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 770-1017 F: (254) 770-1101 www.seniorlifestyle.com Retirement Communities

Dan Marek 715 South Main Street Georgetown, TX 78626 (512) 869-8600 F: (512) 869-8663 www.georgetownwinery.com Winery

Edward Whittle 5700 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-0128 F: (254) 771-3517 www.garlynshelton.com Auto Dealers

Linda Goodenough 3111 South 31st Street, #3067 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-6868 F: (254) 774-9969 Gift Shops

Garlyn Shelton Buick/GMC/Cadillac

Terrisha Harris 219 South East Street, Suite Q Belton, TX 76513 (254) 613-4446 www.theginatnolancreek.com Restaurants

Ed Whittle 5625 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-0128 www.garlyn sheltonbuickgmc.com Auto Dealers

Garlyn Shelton Imports

Ed Whittle 5700 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-0128 http://garlynshelton.com Auto Dealers

Gin at Nolan Creek, The

Girl Scouts of Central Texas

Tricia Weber 2721 Exchange Place Temple, TX 76504 (800) 733-0011 www.gsctx.org Organizations & Associations

Glass Doctor

Douglas Dotson 3515 Profit Place, Suite A Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-0244 www.glassdoctor.com/temple Glass & Mirrors


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. Glen Apartments, The

Grace Christian Center

Yolanda Wilson 2602 South 39th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-1303 F: (254) 778-9205 www.theglentemple.com Apartments

Misty James 1401 East Elms Road Killeen, TX 76542 (254) 634-6990 www.gracechristiancenter.com Churches

Glenn Shepard Seminars, Inc.

Thom Lamb 2401 South 57th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-2134 www.gpctemple.webs.com Churches

Cindy Shepard P.O. Box 2969 Brentwood, TN 37024 (615) 353-7125 F: (615) 353-7126 www.glennshepard.com Training & Development

GoGo’s Treatery

Joanna Williams 2668 South 31st Street, Suite B Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-4646 www.gogostreatery.com Ice Cream/Yogurt

Golden Age HealthPlans

Don Mayfield 1516 South 31st Street, Suite A Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-4448 F: (254) 295-0364 www.myuhcagent.com/ cheryl.mayfield Insurance

Goldman Electric Motor Company

Mark Goldman 17 North 10th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-2626 F: (254) 778-4888 Electrical Equipment & Supplies

Good Life Bakery Cafe, The

Sam Yarbrough 7348 West Adams Avenue #500 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 295-0610 F: (254) 295-0613 www.facebook.com/ goodlifebakerycafe Restaurants

Gorden Eye Associates

Todd Gorden 1618 Canyon Creek Drive, #120 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 791-2020 F: (254) 791-2025 www.gordeneye.com Eye Care

Grabbagreen Temple

Troy Payne 6607-C West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 935-0707 www.grabbagreen.com Restaurants

Grace Presbyterian Church

Grand Avenue Theater

Daniel Bucher 2809 Oakmark Drive Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-5050 www.grandavenuetheater.com Theaters

Grand Canyon Education

Bryce Brown 3300 West Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85017 (254) 265-3083 www.gcu.edu/udc/bryce.brown Colleges & Universities

Grande Communications

Emily Buck 5 Meadowbrook Drive, Suite B Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-1163 www.mygrande.com Internet Service Provider

Granfor, Jim & Dorothy Jim Granfor (254) 541-3120 Retirees

Great Clips

Allan Einboden 3614 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop, Suite E Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-0222 F: (254) 986-2467 www.greatclips.com Beauty Salons

Great Clips

2608 North Main Street, Suite E Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-7771 http://great clips.com/salons/8921 Beauty Salons

Greater Good Medical Massage

Lisa Bonney 7068 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 780-8912 Health & Wellness

Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce

Gunter Financial Services - Raymond James

Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce

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John Crutchfield One Santa Fe Plaza Killeen, TX 76540 (254) 526-9551 F: (254) 526-6090 www.killeenchamber.com Chambers of Commerce

Matthew Meadors 101 South Third Street Waco, TX 76701 (254) 757-5600 F: (254) 752-6618 www.wacochamber.com Chambers of Commerce

Greater Zion Temple Church of God in Christ Shelton Rhodes 808 East Central Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-8000 F: (254) 778-5708 www.gztemple.com Churches

Green Life Interiors

Susan Sadler P.O. Box 24181 Waco, TX 76702 (866) 407-5268 www.greenlifeinteriors.com Interior Plant Services

Green’s Sausage House

Marvin Green 16483 State Highway 53 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 985-2331 F: (254) 985-8323 www.greenssausagehouse.com Restaurants

The Grounds Guys of Temple Jerry Allen P.O. Box 91 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 535-0542 F: (254) 295-0355 www.groundsguys.com Landscape Management

Guaranteed Rate

Cindy Southerland 2118 Birdcreek Drive, #100 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 760-3713 F: (312) 462-1091 www.cindysoutherland.com Mortgage Loans

Gulf Coast Paper Company Paul Brown 2400 Industrial Boulevard Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-6793 F: (254) 774-8831 www.gulfcoastpaper.com Paper & Janitorial Supplies

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Matthew Gunter 306 East Central Avenue Belton, TX 76513 (254) 613-5508 www.gunter financialservices.com Financial Services

H-E-B Food Store #071 Mark Langley 1314 West Adams Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-4145 F: (254) 773-0838 www.heb.com Grocery Stores

H-E-B Temple #182

Chris Zabaneh 3002 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-4820 F: (254) 770-0597 www.heb.com Grocery Stores

H-E-B Temple Retail Support Center

Michele Schneider-Taylor 4750 Wendland Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 228-2307 F: (254) 774-6818 www.heb.com Distributors

Hampton Inn

Dorene Burlew 3816 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 770-5400 F: (254) 770-5401 www.temple.hamptoninn.com Hotel/Motel

Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce

Gina Pence 552-B East Farm to Market 2410 Harker Heights, TX 76548 (254) 699-4999 www.hhchamber.com Chambers of Commerce

Harper-Talasek Funeral Home

John Burgess 500 West Barton Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-4564 F: (254) 773-1103 www.harpertalasek.com Funeral Homes

Harrell, Stoebner & Russell, PC

Randy Harrell 2106 Bird Creek Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-1855 F: (254) 771-2082 www.templelawoffice.com Attorneys

Harvest Church

Tom Zintgraff 4501 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 780-3566 www.harvestchurchtx.com Churches

Hawkeye Shooting Academy/Czerka Armaments Research

Brent Martin 119 North 19th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 295-0951 F: (254) 295-0951 www.hawkeyeacademy.com Indoor Shooting Range

Healymonster Home Inspections

Brian Healy Temple, TX 76502 (254) 493-2640 www.healymonster.com Home Inspection Services

Heart of Central Texas Independent Living Peggy Cosner 222 East Central Avenue Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-7487 F: (254) 933-7466 www.hoctilc.org Social Services

Heart of Texas Goodwill Industries, Inc.

Shannon Kendrick-Wittmer 4108 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-5656 F: (254) 773-5656 www.hotgoodwill.org Organizations & Associations

Heart of Texas Landscape & Irrigation Co., Inc. Ben Pamplin 6363 Farm to Market 439 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-6795 F: (254) 939-2629 www.hotlandscape.com Landscape Management

Heart of Texas SoftWash

J. T. Kelley (254) 939-1133 http://heartoftexassoftwash.com Exterior Cleaning


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Jack Hilliard Distributing Co., Inc.

Help Heal Veterans

Hilliard’s Trophy

Brian & Craig Heffner 2312 South 57th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-0643 F: (254) 773-0695 Remodeling & Renovations Trish Alger 2508 South 5th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-8900 www.hhv.org Organizations & Associations

Heritage Ridge Investments, LLC

Mike Beevers 6 South 1st Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 774-7688 Property Management

Hewett-Arney Funeral Home Amanda Alexander 14 West Barton Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-3200 F: (254) 778-3206 www.hewettarney.com Funeral Homes

Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors

Jim Hemsworth 5810 Trade Center Drive, Building #1, #200 Austin, TX 78744 (512) 287-6309 F: (512) 287-6288 www.hill-wilkinson.com General Contractors

Hill Country Clinic of Chiropractic

Christin Hubbard 9105 Adams Lane, Suite B Temple, TX 76502 (254) 531-0045 F: (254) 531-0047 www.hcchiropractic.com Chiropractors

Hill Country Transit District (The HOP)

Robert Ator 4515 West U.S. Highway 190 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-3700 F: (254) 933-3724 www.takethehop.com Passenger Transportation

Hillcrest Cemetery

Sara Federle 1873 North 1st Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-4626 www.hillcrest cemeterytempletx.com Cemetery

Jim Schwartz 217 North 12th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-2748 F: (254) 770-0612 Distributors

Michael Hilliard 2409 Airport Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-1150 www.hilliardstrophy.com Trophies & Plaques

Hilton Garden Inn

Marilyn Gonzales 1749 Scott Boulevard Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-0200 F: (254) 773-4455 www.temple.gardeninn.com Hotel/Motel

Hindu Temple of Central Texas

Anjali Rao 4309 Midway Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-1270 F: (254) 742-7793 www.hindutemple.org Temples

Hispanic American Chamber of Commerce Central Texas Myrna Banzon 2000 East Central Texas Expressway, Suite B Killeen, TX 76541 (254) 634-7441 http://haccctx.org Chambers of Commerce

Holiday Inn Express Temple Medical Center

Holy Trinity Catholic High School

Blake Evans 6608 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-0787 F: (254) 771-2285 www.holytrinitychs.org Schools-Private

Home Instead Senior Care

Brandy Firebaugh 3513 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop, #203 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-0041 F: (254) 231-0267 www.homeinstead.com/758 Home Health Services

Homespec

Brad Phillips P.O. Box 1369 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 770-8057 F: (254) 770-1957 www.homespec1.com Home Inspection Services

Hooked On Health Wellness Begins at Home

Lisle & Sandra Meeker 3509 Hickory Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 289-9550 www.nikken.com/sandrameeker Health & Wellness

Hope Pregnancy Centers, Inc. Karen Wistrand 2010 West Avenue “H” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-2453 F: (254) 773-3692 www.hopepc.com Pregnancy Centers

Horny Toad Harley-Davidson

Stephanie Graves 2609 South 39th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-5500 F: (254) 773-5501 www.hiexpress.com/templetx Hotel/Motel

George Lee 7454 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76501 (254) 743-7200 F: (254) 933-7969 www.hornytoadhd.com Motorcycle Sales & Service

Holiday Inn Temple-Belton

House of Floors

Sarah Japalucci 5247 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-5511 F: (254) 778-5520 www.holidayinn.com/ templebeltontx Hotel/Motel

Holmes Murphy & Associates

Mark Dewitt 12712 Park Central Drive, #100 Dallas, TX 75251 (214) 265-6635 www.holmesmurphy.com Insurance

Larry & Pam Rogers 3301 East Stan Schlueter Killeen, TX 76542 (254) 554-3430 F: (254) 554-3423 www.house-of-floors.com Floor Coverings

Hub Temple, LLC, The

Joe Shepperd 7 South 2nd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 598-2293 http://thehubtemple.com Home Decor & Gifts

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Hydrofly of Central Texas Parris Smith 3260 Lake Park Road Belton, TX 76513 (254) 239-9005 http://hydrofly.net Outdoor Sports

I I Heart Media Waco/Temple/Killeen

Evan Armstrong 314 West State Highway 6 Waco, TX 76712 (254) 761-6317 www.iheartmedia.com Radio Stations

IDIS Corp.

Shirley Foos 7720-F Airport Road Hanger, #20 Temple, TX 76502 (928) 669-0787 www.idis-corp.com Advanced Military Freefall Training

III Corps & Fort Hood

Steven Moore Public Affairs Office, Building #1001, Room W-105 Fort Hood, TX 76544 (254) 287-7545 F: (254) 287-4081 www.hood.army.mil Government

Immanuel Baptist Church Charlie Day 1401 West Central Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-2147 F: (254) 773-6595 www.ibctemple.org Churches

Immanuel Lutheran Church Leigh-Ann Lucas 2109 West Avenue “H” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-3898 F: (254) 791-5659 www.ilmtexas.org Churches

Impact Temple Church Brandon Baker 306 East Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 931-0004 www.impacttemple.com Churches

Impact Therapy Solutions Elijah St. John 201 Paloma Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 892-0527 http://impacttherapy solutionsoftemple.com Health & Wellness

Impressions by Criswell Gary Criswell 118 South Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 770-1949 F: (254) 773-0145 Embroidery

In-Charge Electrical

George Pressler 920 South 57th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 231-3982 www.incharge electricalservices.com Electrical Contractors

Industrial Electric Service Lee Cox 600 East Munroe Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-6549 F: (254) 778-6549 Electrical Contractors

InHouse Systems, Inc. Kody Shed 3403 South Kegley Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-8271 F: (254) 774-8492 www.inhouse247.com Security Services

Insurors of Texas

Sharon Hughs 3513 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop, #100 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-4207 F: (254) 778-4738 www.insurors.com Insurance

Integ

Dinell Tuerck 2335-A Industrial Boulevard Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-9148 F: (254) 778-9149 www.integdoes.com Printers & Publishers

Integrated Pain Associates

Lydia Bailey 5244 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 245-9175 F: (254) 213-7771 https://ipaclinic.com Healthcare

Integrity Builders Supply

Cody Heflin 3717 West Industrial Boulevard Waco, TX 76711 (254) 655-4266 F: (254) 655-4057 www.integrity builderssupply.com Building Products & Services


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Ron Misercola 6428 South General Bruce Drive, Suite A Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-4131 F: (254) 771-0752 www.interimhealthcare.com Home Health Services

InXpress Central Texas

Blake Van Dusen 18 South Main Street, #920 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 541-3545 www.inxpresscentraltexas.com Import/Export

Jaynes, Reitmeier, Boyd & Therrell, PC

G. Michael Reitmeier 5400 Bosque Boulevard, #500 Waco, TX 76710 (254) 776-4190 F: (254) 776-8489 www.jrbt.com Accountants - CPA

Jazzercise Temple Fitness Center

Terri Manning 2601 Trade Place Temple, TX 76504 (254) 938-7167 www.info.jazzercisetemple.com Health & Fitness

JDK Topsoil iZone Imaging

Mike MacEachern 2526 Charter Oak Drive, #100 Temple, TX 76502 (888) 464-9663 F: (254) 778-0938 www.izoneimaging.com Durable Signage & Custom High Pressure Laminates

J J Kowboy Wine Bar

Johnny Cosper 4857 Taylor’s Valley Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 721-2007 Topsoil

Jersey Mike’s #15087 - Carpo Restaurant Enterprises, LLC

Chris Mattox 2102 South 31st Street, #150 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 228-0040 www.jerseymikes.com Restaurants

Jersey Mike’s Subs

Thomas Preston 13 East Avenue “B” Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-2228 Bar/Entertainment

Bobby Campbell 7425 West Adams Avenue, #160 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 295-0039 www.jerseymikes.com Restaurants

J.A.I.L. Ministry, Inc.

Henry L.S. Jezek, CPA

Steve Cannon 211 East Central Avenue Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-8506 F: (254) 933-7569 www.jailmin.org Ministries

J.C. Wall Construction Inc. J. C. Wall 8702 Adams Lane Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-1423 Construction Companies

Jarolik Homes

Kevin Jarolik 15041 Old Troy Road Troy, TX 76579 (254) 718-6236 www.jarolikhomes.com Home Builder

Jason’s Deli

Lawanda Walker 3036 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-1948 www.jasonsdeli.com Restaurants

Henry L.S. Jezek 1910 West Avenue H Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-6556 Accountants – CPA

Jim Turner Chevrolet

Mark Chockran 1015 East McGregor Drive McGregor, TX 76657 (888) 340-3261 F: (254) 840-2766 www.jimturnerchevrolet.com Auto Dealers

Johnnie’s Cleaners & Tailors

Louie Flores 116 South Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-2408 F: (254) 778-2438 www.johnniescleaners.biz Dry Cleaners

Johnnie’s Cleaners & Tailors

Louie Flores 175 East Lake Road Belton, TX 76513 (254) 613-5638 www.johnniescleaners.biz Dry Cleaners

Johnnie’s Cleaners & Tailors

Jesse Ybarbo 2703 South 37th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 770-0355 Dry Cleaners

Johnnie’s Office Systems, Inc.

Carrie Guillen-Holst 1618 West Avenue “M” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-7608 F: (254) 778-1502 www.johnnies.com Copiers, Faxes & Laser Printers

Johnson Brothers Ford Lincoln

Harry Adams 7455 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-5257 F: (254) 773-4978 www.johnsonbrosford.com Auto Dealers

Johnson Hobbs Squires LLP Mark Hobbs 6173 West Adams Avenue, Suite C-100 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 262-3925 F: (866) 627-3509 www.jhsfirm.com Attorneys

Johnson Roofing, Inc.

Sherri Johnson McDonald 574 Youngblood Road Waco, TX 76706 (254) 662-5571 F: (254) 662-4807 www.jroof.com Roofing Contractors

Johnson, Kenneth & Pat Kenneth & Pat Johnson Temple, TX 76502 (254) 760-0897 Retirees

Joint Chiropractic, The

Drew Perkins 3038 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 239-5302 http://thejoint.com/texas/temple Chiropractors

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Jupe Feeds, Inc.

Dennis Jupe 405 South 2nd Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-5211 F: (254) 773-6658 www.wendlands.com Manufacturers

Just in Time Plumbing

Justin Germundsen 506 East Avenue “M” Belton, TX 76513 (254) 295-6314 www.centraltexasplumber.com Plumbing Contractors

K K&W Insurance Agency Sylvia Winkler 2004-A South 57th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 770-7236 F: (877) 427-6258 www.rvos.com Insurance

Kabler Automotive

Steve & Stacey Kabler 109 North 13th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-0188 Auto Repairs & Service

Kachemak Bay Flying Service

Carl David 7720-C Airport Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-0077 F: (254) 771-0075 www.kb-air.com Aviation

Kasberg, Patrick & Associates, LP

Rick Kasberg One South Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-3731 F: (254) 773-6667 www.kpaengineers.com Engineers

Keeping It Realty

Zachary Backor 2118 Birdcreek Drive, #110 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 935-3808 http://keepingitrealtytexas.com Real Estate

KEG 1 O’Neal, LLC

David Cockerham 3010 Lucius McCelvey Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-9933 F: (254) 771-2134 www.keg1llc.com Distributors

Keller Williams Advantage Wendy Nichols 10266 West Adams #101 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 295-0244 www.kwwaco.com Real Estate

Keller Williams Realty - Ryan Smith Home Selling Team

Ryan Smith 10266 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 213-5335 www.ryansmithhomes.com Real Estate

Kelly Realtors

Stewart Kelly 1229 North Valley Mills Drive Waco, TX 76710 (254) 741-1500 F: (254) 741-1506 www.kellyrealtors.com Real Estate

Kenya’s Keys Voice & Piano Studio

Takenya Battle 6320 Farm to Market 2409 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 300-8096 www.kenyaskeys.com Music Classes

Kerley’s Grocery And Market

T. J. Petrie 7606 North General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76501 (254) 771-4260 Roofing Contractors

Willie Carter 615 East Central Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-2495 www.facebook.com/ kerleysmeatmarket Grocery Stores

Keep Temple Beautiful, Inc.

Kiella Real Estate Group

Keene Roofing Inc.

Tanya Gray 100 West Adams Avenue, #302 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 493-4000 www.keeptemplebeautiful.org Organizations & Associations

Scott Kiella 7462 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-0092 F: (254) 774-7231 www.kiella.com Home Builder


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com Knowater Roofing & Construction

Luke Duell 1421 North Stagecoach Road Salado, TX 76571 (254) 768-4530 https://knowater-roofing. business.site/ Roofing Contractors

Kimmy Jackson & Associates, LLC

Kimmy Jackson 2015 Birdcreek Terrace, #101 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-7474 F: (254) 774-7988 www.ddjpcpa.com Accountants - CPA

Kings E360 Inc

Larry Fisher 2851 Joe Dimaggio Boulevard, #22 Round Rock, TX 78665 (512) 244-1966 www.engr360.com Engineers

Kindred Hospice Care

Gale Grant 2626 South 37th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 742-2000 F: (254) 742-2023 www.kindredhealthcare.com Hospice

John D. King Financial Group, Inc.

John King 2004-A South 57th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-2001 F: (254) 228-5811 www.johnkingfinancial.com Financial Services

King Solomon Masonic Lodge #1427

Bryan Daniel 16 East Central Avenue Temple, TX 76501 www.kingsolomon1427.org Organizations & Associations

Kingdom Builders International Ministries Brenda Hunter PO Box 845 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 541-1336 Churches

Kiwanis Club of Temple

Gary Southerland P.O. Box 682 Temple, TX 76503 www.kiwanistemple.org Organizations & Associations

KNCT-FM

Lynn Woolley 6200 West Central Texas Expressway Killeen, TX 76549 (254) 526-1176 www.knct.org Television Stations

Knights Of Columbus

Rick Wyatt 2218 West Avenue “D” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-4611 www.facebook.com/ knightsofcolumbus3444 Organizations & Associations

Knob Creek Masonic Lodge #401

Randy Clifton 16 East Central Avenue Temple, TX 76501 www.knobcreek401.org Organizations & Associations

KWKT-TV Fox 44

Chris Pruitt 8803 Woodway Drive Woodway, TX 76712 (254) 776-3844 F: (254) 388-5958 www.kwkt.com Television Stations

KWTX-TV News Channel 10 Chantz Cutts 1711 East Central Texas Expressway #201-A Killeen, TX 76541 (254) 699-6506 F: (254) 690-5988 www.kwtx.com Television Stations

KXXV News Channel 25 (ABC)

Eric Duncan 1909 South New Road Waco, TX 76711 (254) 754-2525 F: (254) 757-1119 www.kxxv.com Television Stations

L L&N Insurance Group

Brian Nelson 4311 West Adams Avenue, #209 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-5581 F: (254) 771-5589 www.lninsurancegroup.com Insurance

La Quinta Inn & Suites Raju Patel 229 West Loop 121 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-2772 F: (254) 939-1769 www.lq.com Hotel/Motel

La Riv Italian Cuisine

Lengefeld Lumber Company

Lochridge-Priest, Inc.

Lakeview Baptist Church

LifeSpan Home Health

Lone Star Ag Credit

Vira Chudasma 7410 West Adams Avenue, #160 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 231-3661 www.larivitaliancuisine.com Restaurants Bob Beasley 7717 North Highway 317 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 780-1884 www.lbcbelton.org Churches

Lakewood Dental Trails

Bruce Walker 8 North 13th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-2609 F: (254) 774-7660 Building Materials

Lawrence Baker 2027 South 61st Street, #119 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 776-6600 F: (877) 463-1312 www.lifespantx.com Home Health Services

Amanda Ruble 2901 East Industrial Boulevard Waco, TX 76705 (254) 772-0670 www.lochridgepriest.com HVAC, Plumbing & Electrical Nathan Winstead 4411 South Interstate 35, Suite #110 Georgetown, TX 78626 (512) 591-2151 F: (512) 591-2152 www.lonestaragcredit.com Mortgage Loans

Dr. Richard Leung 10252 West Adams Avenue, #101 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 206-3200 F: (254) 206-3207 www.templedentaltrails.com Dentists

Lighthouse IT, Inc.

Skip Carruth 4212 South 5th Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-9035 https://lighthouseit.us Computer Managed Services

Lone Star Drywall

Lamar Advertising

Lil Dutchess, LLC dba Little Land Play Gym

Lone Star Grading & Materials, LLC

Link Staffing Services

Lone Star Structures

Mat Naegele 5110 North General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-3169 F: (254) 773-6639 www.lamar.com Outdoor Advertising

Langerman Foster Engineering Company Scott Langerman 2000 South 15th Street Waco, TX 76706 (254) 235-1048 F: (254) 235-1625 www.lfectx.com Engineers

Laser Service USA

Casie Wadford 4311 South 31st Street, #105 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 231-3752 F: (254) 231-3754 www.temple. littlelandplaygym.com Indoor Play Gym Brandon Villa 2712 Exchange Plaza Temple, TX 76504 (254) 294-5465 F: (888) 460-3362 www.linkstaffing.com Employment Services

Horace Whitlow 451-D East Central Texas Expressway, #300 Harker Heights, TX 76548 (254) 239-4695 F: (254) 393-1222 www.laserserviceusa.biz Copiers, Faxes & Laser Printers

Linzy & Thigpen, Attorneys

Lastovica Jewelers

Lisa’s Dance Connection

Billy & Johnny Lastovica 1202 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-5772 F: (254) 773-5785 www.lastovica finejewelers.com Jewelry

Leaf It To Me

Adrian Mata Temple, TX 76501 (254) 421-6926 Lawn Maintenance

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Jim Thigpen 17 North 25th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-1663 F: (254) 773-2574 www.linzythigpen.com Attorneys Lisa Shed 2808 Cottonwood Lane Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-4344 www.lisasdance.com Dance Studios

LJT Texas LP

Trent Childress 3601 Eberhardt Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-2253 F: (254) 771-3225 www.ljtube.com Manufacturers

Rick Beck 8390 West Farm to Market 93 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-3248 Contractor Services

Billy & Vicki Helm 6571 Elm Grove Road Belton, TX 76513 (254) 947-0149 F: (254) 933-7904 www.lonestar gradingandmaterials.com Excavating Contractors Lee Fisher 5275 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-5400 F: (254) 773-5405 www.lonestarstructures.com Storage Buildings & Outdoor Furniture

Longhorn Steakhouse

Gerry Henderson 4507 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-1248 F: (254) 774-1254 www.longhornsteakhouse.com Restaurants

Loop 363 Animal Hospital

Gage Blackstone 106 SW HK Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 742-1516 www.loop363animalhospital.com Veterinarians

Lott, Vernon & Company, PC

Jerry Tyroch, Jr. & Dane Legg 20 South 4th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-4783 F: (254) 778-4792 www.lottvernoncpa.com Accountants - CPA


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. Louis Wayne Qualls Detachment #1249 Marine Corps League

William Sterling Organizations & Associations

Love Group Travel, LLC

Julie Ruiz 111 North Wall Street, #354 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 239-4000 http://lovegrouptravel.com Travel Agencies

Lowe’s of Temple

Alex Sisk 605 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-2090 F: (254) 778-2948 www.lowes.com Building Materials

Lubes Plus/Amsoil

Lefty & Barb Thompson P.O. Box 1681 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 690-2880 F: (254) 690-2880 www.lubedealer.com/texas35 Oils & Lubricants

Lucky In Love Tattoo

Sally Simmons 2614 Exchange Place Temple, TX 76504 (832) 603-3723 http://luckyinlovetattoo.com Tattoo Studio

Ludwick, Montgomery & Stapp, PC Andy Montgomery 1949 Scott Boulevard Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-0061 F: (254) 771-1445 www.ltms-cpa.com Accountants - CPA

Luedke, Beverly

Beverly Luedke 13662 Dandelion Trail Belton, TX 76513 (254) 721-1806 Individuals

Lularoe Roni & Jane

Roni Reynolds Temple, TX 76504 (254) 239-4633 Clothing & Accessories

Luvida Memory Care

Janet Atkins 2400 Piazza Drive Belton, TX 76513 (254) 613-4119 F: (254) 613-4555 www.luvidacare.com Assisted Living Facilities

Luxury Nails & Spa

1710 Canyon Creek Drive, Suite #122-E Temple, TX 76502 (254) 239-5554 Nail Salons

LVR Management

David Patterson 3144 South 5th Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-2228 F: (254) 771-0728 www.lvrmgt.com Home & Duplex Rentals

M M&D Graphics and Printing

Mary Ann & Dan Jones 4311 South 31st Street, #150 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-4800 F: (254) 773-4819 www.mdbusinesspro.com Printers & Publishers

Mac Haik Dodge-Chrysler-Jeep

Michael Blackburn 3207 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-4556 F: (254) 773-0167 www.machaikdodge.com Auto Dealers

Maco Manufacturing

Mike Sant 2204 North General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 791-6943 www.macomfg.com Furniture

Maedgen Construction Bill Maedgen 1015 Lower Troy Troy, TX 76579 (254) 760-6129 www.maedgen.com Construction Companies

Mahler Group

Mark Mahler 1011 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 760-3489 www.themahlergroup.com Real Estate

Main Street Bridal

Silvia Copenhaver 100 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 613-5191 Bridal Boutique

Main Street Hall

Ron Prince 12 South Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (347) 729-9454 www.mainsthall.com Event Facilities

Mama Fu’s

Aaron Roggensack 2102 South 31st Street, #100 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 295-1982 www.mamafus.com Restaurants

Manpower

Carl Braun 1904-B West Avenue “H” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-9722 F: (254) 227-6004 www.us.manpower.com Employment Services

Mars Petcare US Inc.

Materials Transportation Co. Ken Alessi 1408 South Commerce Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 298-2900 F: (254) 778-3133 www.gomtc.com Steel Fabrication

Matous Construction, Ltd.

Bruce Matous 8602 North Highway 317 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 780-1400 F: (254) 780-2599 www.matousconstruction.com Construction Companies

Terri Matthew

Terri Matthew Temple, TX 76501 (254) 760-1246 Retirees

Mayborn Civic & Convention Center

Sebastian Garay 3401 Eberhardt Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-3366 F: (254) 774-8888 www.mars.com Manufacturers

Nancy Glover 3303 North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5720 F: (254) 298-5388 www.mayborncenter.com Convention Centers

Martial Zen Temple

McAlister’s Deli

Evan Low 7349 Honeysuckle Drive, #110 Temple, TX 76504 (257) 931-2978 Health & Wellness

Mary Jane Roach Realty, LLC

Mary Jane Roach 5116 South General Bruce Drive, Suite C Temple, TX 76502 (254) 721-0017 www.maryjaneroach.com Real Estate

Mary Jane Roach Realty, LLC/Steve Roach

Steve Roach 5116 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 721-6222 www.maryjaneroach.com Real Estate

Mary Kay Cosmetics

Jerlene Vrana 458 Farm to Market 431 Lott, TX 76656 (254) 721-4570 www.marykay.com/jvrana Cosmetics & Skin Care

Massage Envy Temple

Cindy Hyland 3166 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 935-2055 www.massageenvy.com Health & Wellness

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David Welty 2102 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 742-1720 F: (254) 742-1719 www.mcalistersdeli.com/ locations/tx/temple Restaurants

McDonald’s Restaurant Carolyn Cosper 1601 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-0314 F: (254) 778-8303 Restaurants

McDonald’s/ Rosado Enterprises Inc. Cristina Cool 6811 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-9901 F: (512) 770-6297

McGuire Tire, LLC

Jeff McGuire 603 South 1st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-3114 F: (254) 778-8233 www.mcguiretire.com Tire Dealers

McLane Children’s Scott & White Clinic - Belton 1009 Arbor Park Drive Belton, TX 76513 (254) 724-5437 www.bswhealth.com Healthcare

McLane Children’s Scott & White Clinic - Killeen 3801 Scott & White Drive Killeen, TX 76543 (254) 724-5437 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

McLane Children’s Scott & White Clinic - Temple 1901 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 724-5437 www.bswhealth.com Healthcare

McLane Children’s Scott & White Clinic - West Temple 6684 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 724-5437 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

McDonald’s Restaurant

Carolyn Cosper 3403 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-2889 F: (254) 771-2873 www.loc8nearme.com/texas/ temple/mcdonalds/234211 Restaurants

McDonald’s/ Rosado Enterprises

Cristina Cool 3814 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-3000 F: (512) 770-6297 Restaurants

McLane Company, Inc. Grady Rosier 4747 McLane Parkway Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-7500 F: (254) 771-7509 www.mclaneco.com Distributors

McLane Group, LP

Drayton McLane, III 4001 Central Pointe Parkway, Building #100 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 770-6100 F: (254) 770-6101 www.mclanegroup.com Business Development


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Jay Battershell 4001 Central Pointe Parkway, Building #200 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 791-8300 F: (254) 791-1366 www.mclaneintel.com Technology & Business Consultants

MedPro Homes

Michael Mahler Belton, TX 76513 (254) 313-3121 www.medprohomes.com Real Estate

Megatravel, Inc.

H.T. Strasburger 3 North 5th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-1064 F: (254) 778-6807 www.megatravels.com Travel Agencies

Megg’s Cafe & Hamilton Bread Co.

Meghan McCaffrey Collins 1749 Everton Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-3800 F: (254) 771-3189 www.meggs-cafe.com Restaurants

Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt

Joseph Markosfeld 2102 South 31st Street, #130 Temple, TX 76504 (512) 652-8901 www.menchies.com Ice Cream/Yogurt

Merrill Lynch

Carol Sandlin 501 South Austin Avenue #1110 Georgetown, TX 78626 (512) 415-2120 Financial Services

MF Construction Inc.

Matt Fleck 2330 Tahuaya Drive Belton, TX 76513 (254) 947-8988 F: (254) 947-8948 www.mfconst.com Construction Companies

Midtown

Leslie Mach 3000 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-1441 F: (254) 773-2142 www.midtownchp.com Apartments

Mike’s Gold Buyers

Michael Kiger 3411 Market Loop, #105 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-0897 www.mikesgoldbuyers.com Precious Metal Trader

MK Services

Mike Kuban 7839 Lower Troy Road Temple, TX 76501 (254) 760-2025 F: (254) 774-7958 Contractor Services

MoJoe Cafe

Metal Sales Manufacturing Corp.

Michael Humphreys 3838 North General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76501 (254) 791-6650 F: (254) 791-6655 www.metalsales.us.com Metal Products

Jack Morris, LUTCF 100 West Adams Avenue, #310 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-5031 F: (254) 773-4171 Insurance

Move It Self Storage Vanessa Stephens 2708 South 39th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-5300 Self Storage

MRB Group

Tanya Mikeska-Reed 5250 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-2054 F: (254) 442-0481 www.mrbgroup.com Architectural/Engineering

Mt. Zion Baptist Church Rev. Charles Maze 417 South 13th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-8635 F: (254) 778-2807 Churches

Mud City Realty (was Reed Realty)

Patricia Duncan 7 West Central Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 239-5258 www.facebook.com/ mojoecafetx Restaurants

Jack Folsom 116 North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 742-2224 www.mudcityrealty.com Real Estate

Monarch at Downtown, The

Rodney Tedrow 7050 North General Bruce Temple, TX 76501 (254) 742-2754 F: (254) 742-2947 www.muellerinc.com Metal Products

Andrea Moore 8 South 1st Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 410-3731 www.themonarch atdowntown.com Event Facilities

Meridian of Temple

Beverly Sims 4312 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-1226 F: (254) 774-7472 www.meridianoftemple.com Retirement Communities

Morris & Pursley Financial Plan

Monteith Abstract & Title Company, Inc. Brett Turner 2010 Birdcreek Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-9035 F: (254) 773-9247 www.monteithtitle.com Title Companies

MooreCo., Inc.

Greg Moore 2885 Lorraine Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-4727 F: (254) 773-0500 www.moorecoinc.com Manufacturers

Mueller Inc.

Muscular Dystrophy Association

Jen Jessen 9430 Research Boulevard, Building #2, #300 Austin, TX 78759 (512) 691-0065 www.mdausa.org Organizations & Associations

MW Builders

Todd Winnerman 1701 North General Bruce Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-4241 F: (254) 778-5151 www.mwbuilders.com Construction Companies

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N NAACP - Temple Branch

Bennie Walsh P.O. Box 157 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 563-9889 http://templetxnaacp.org Organizations & Associations

Nan Vaden’s Temple Temps, Inc.

Valerie Jarosek 315 West Avenue “M” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 791-8367 F: (254) 791-8370 www.templetemps.com Employment Services

National Mounted Warfare Foundation

Katelyn Perez 207 South 3rd Street, #100 Copperas Cove, TX 76522 (254) 213-5014 www.nmwfoundation.org Nonprofit Foundations

Nazareth House-Magnificat Center Books & Gifts Gretchen Reilly 1103 South 9th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 770-3070 www.nazarethhouse.net Christian Books & Gifts

Neal Architectural Group

Larry Neal 1023 Canyon Creek Drive, #125 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-1466 F: (254) 778-5077 www.nealarchitects.com Architects

NeighborWorks Homeownership Center Roy Nash 101 North Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 752-1647 www.nw-waco.org Homeownership Services

Brian Nelson (Honorary) Brian Nelson 521 Cherokee Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-5581 F: (254) 771-5589 Life Members

A New Day Fellowship Church

Robert Beamon 510 East Avenue “J” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 899-9321 F: (254) 899-9323 www.anewdayfellowship.com Churches

Newcomers Club, Inc.

Margie Gilmore P.O. Box 564 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 605-4002 www.bell countynewcomers.com Organizations & Associations

The Nitsche Group

Jeff Norwood 6173 West Adams Avenue, Suite C-101 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 933-1708 F: (866) 728-2260 www.intonline.com Insurance

David Nix Agency, The

David Nix 2526 Blue Meadow Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 770-3355 F: (254) 770-1439 www.davidnixinsurance.com Insurance

North Point Yacht Club

Jason Amescua 3681 Cedar Ridge Park Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 986-1336 www.northpointyachtclub.com Yacht Clubs

Northwest Hills Self Storage Mike Pappas 515 Cottingham Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-8700 www.northwest hillsstorage.com Self Storage

Nothing Bundt Cakes

Monica Grissom 201 East Central Texas Expressway, Suite #750 Harker Heights, TX 76548 (254) 213-0157 http://nothingbundtcakes.com Bakeries & Delis

NX Level Entertainment LLC dba NX Level Gaming Michelle Meeks Temple, TX 76502 (254) 292-8682 http://uptownpartytruck.com Entertainment

O O’Briens Irish Pub

Cody Leshikar 11 East Central Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 295-0518 www.obrienstemple.com Restaurants


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Lew Akins 2606 South Interstate Highway 35 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-8370 F: (254) 933-8366 www.lewakins.com Swimming Pool Contractors

Off the Cob Popcorn, LLC

Sherry Omberg 2102 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop, #108 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 239-5299 www.offthecobpopcorn.com Gourmet Popcorn & Goodies

Oldcastle Materials Texas, Inc.

Barry Egbert 6904 Highway 190 West Belton, TX 76513 (512) 861-7100 F: (512) 238-1420 www.oldcastlematerialstx.com Asphalt Paving & Maintenance

Omega Builders

Operation Feeding Temple

Susie Winkler 1401 South 31st Street, Suite C Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-8331 www.paperdoodles.com Gift Shops

Orangetheory Fitness

PaperGraphics Printing

Matt Moyer 3118 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 262-0000 www.facebook.com/otftemple Health & Fitness

ORO Holdings, Ltd.

Brandy Hilliard 2566 Blue Meadow Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-9800 F: (254) 778-9801 Real Estate

Oscar Store

Thomas Maddux 8133 Oscar Spur Temple, TX 76501 (254) 983-2175 www.oscarstoretexas.com Restaurants

Overturf, Jordan

John Howe 7353 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-9966 F: (254) 771-2299 www.omegabuilders.com Home Builder

Jordan Overturf Temple, TX 76502 (832) 816-8291 www.jordanoverturf.com Photography-Freelance

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Pack ‘N’ Mail

Oncor Electric Delivery Casey Simpson 308 South 7th Street Temple, TX 76504 (888) 313-6862 www.oncor.com Electric Power Delivery

Open Door Properties

Lorie McCallum 7363 West Adams Avenue, Suite #102 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 239-0090 F: (254) 771-2299 Property Management

Paperdoodles

Randy Sepulvado Temple, TX 76502 (254) 718-1983 www.operation feedingtemple.org Nonprofit Foundations

P Nancy Bezner 1610 South 31st Street, #102 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-7600 F: (254) 778-6313 www.packnmailtemple.com Packaging/Shipping Outlets

Panda Temple Power

Sandy Felone-Johnson 2892 Panda Drive Temple, TX 76501 (254) 598-3700 F: (254) 598-3750 www.pandatempletx.com Energy Services

Panel Specialists, Inc. Elliot Germany 3115 Range Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-9800 F: (254) 598-3222 www.panelspec.com Manufacturers

Pecan Pointe Apartments

Perry Office Plus

Brandon Williams 463 Westfield Boulevard Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-3000 F: (254) 771-3003 www.pecanpointe.com Apartments

Harry Macey, III 1401 North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-4755 F: (254) 778-3535 www.perryop.com Office Supplies & Equipment

J. Dennis Smith 904 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-7391 F: (254) 773-9099 www.papergraphicsltd.com Printers & Publishers

Pelham Group

Photo by Skeebo

Paramount Wastewater Solutions, LLC

Pendley Party Productions, Inc.

PHI Air Medical

Patrick Kern 401-A Cottingham Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 742-2777 F: (254) 742-2755 www.paramount wastewater.com Portable Toilets

Parker, Judge Jeanne Jeanne Parker P.O. Box 781 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-5128 F: (254) 933-5705 www.co.bell.tx.us Government

Parsons Commercial Roofing

Laura Velez 605 East Central Avenue Lorena, TX 76655 (877) 881-1733 F: (254) 881-1995 www.parsonsroofing.com Roofing Contractors

Larry Pelham 2015 Birdcreek Terrace, #102 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 702-3572 www.thepelhamgroup.com Real Estate

Larry Pendley 7201-F Santos Drive Waco, TX 76712 (254) 772-2757 F: (254) 772-1270 www.pendleyparty.com Event Planning Services

PenFed Credit Union

Connie Valdez 6935 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-8852 F: (254) 773-3093 www.texaspartners.com Credit Unions

Performance Chiropractic & Sports Medicine

Jacob Jones 3411 Market Loop, #110 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-1121 F: (254) 773-1185 www.performancechirotx.com Chiropractors

Pattillo, Brown & Hill, LLP Melanie McCarthy, CPA 2209 Birdcreek Terrace Temple, TX 76502 (254) 791-3460 F: (254) 771-5591 www.pbhcpa.com Accountants - CPA

Kenny Paysse Insurance Agency

Kenny Paysse 7372 Honeysuckle Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-7136 F: (254) 778-7346 www.farmers.com Insurance

Pazmino Dentistry

Manuel Pazmino 3013 Scott Boulevard Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-3587 www.pazminodentistry.com Dentists

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Performance Foodservice ROMA

Steve Broad 4141 Lucius McCelvey Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-4519 F: (254) 778-4423 www.pfgtemple.com Distributors PERFORMANCE Foodservice is committed to the success and development of the independent & chain restaurant operator by providing foodservice solutions with our national brand partners, PERFORMANCE exclusive brands, services and our culinary teams.

Skeebo Reichert 5150 Lemonwood Lane Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-2537 www.photobyskeebo.com Photography-Freelance David Wuertz 2401 South 31st, Building. 12, MS 12-100-01 Temple, TX 76508 (254) 724-6705 Healthcare

Pignetti’s

Clinton Harwell 14 South 2nd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-1269 F: (254) 778-5061 www.pignettis.com Restaurants

Pivot Performance Arts

Cara Janczak 5311 Loop 205 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-8929 F: (254) 774-8406 www.pivotperformancearts.com Dance Studios

Pizza Hut

Matthew Serna 7150 West Adams Avenue, #109 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 295-0570 F: (254) 295-0577 www.pizzahut.com Restaurants

Pods Central Texas

Charles Viktorin 314 South 5th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-0100 F: (254) 778-0101 www.pods.com Moving & Storage Services

Pointe N Tyme

Angela Tyree 9 North 5th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 535-1937 Caterers


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B. W. Ponder 3321 Parkway Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-5993 F: (254) 773-5955 Auto Repairs & Service

Pop-A-Lock

Precious Pets

Renie Kopriva 4629 Calle Roble Temple, TX 76502 (254) 721-2603 Pet Services

Jim Fetherman 720 North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 771-3377 F: (254) 770-0545 www.popalock.com/franchise/ temple-tx/locksmith-home Locksmith

Premier ER Plus

Popelka Paint Contracting, Inc.

Premier is a comprehensive solution to unscheduled care. By combining our ER and Urgent Care, we’ve created a cost-effective way to give care with little-to-no wait. We provide the best care at an appropriate price.

Billy Popelka Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-9944 F: (254) 791-8571 Paint Contractors

Portico at Friars Creek

Abby Wilder 507 Marlandwood Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 228-1100 http://portico apartmentstemple.com Apartments

Powerhouse All Star Cheer & Fitness Dane & D’Ann Legg 907 East 13th Avenue Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-9900 www.powerhouse cheer-fitness.com Gymnastics Centers

PPG Architectural Coatings Luis Santiago 3410 Lucius McCelvey Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-3831 F: (254) 771-0837 www.ppg.com Manufacturers

Prater & Ridley, Attorneys Carol Prater 2582 Blue Meadow Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-9081 F: (254) 773-3328 www.prater-ridleylaw.com Attorneys

Precious Memories Florist & Gift Shop

Seleese Thompson 1404 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-2242 F: (254) 899-0242 www.precious memoriesflorist.com Florists

Paul Hamilton 7010 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 224-8808 F: (254) 224-6590 www.premier.care Healthcare

Premiere Cinema 16

Bryan Phillips 3111 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 791-3901 F: (254) 791-3903 www.pccmovies.com Cinema

W.A. “Buck” Prewitt, III W. A. “Buck” Prewitt, III 2302 Scotney Court College Station, TX 77845 (979) 690-1259 Retirees

Primoris Heavy Civil

JJ Miller 5880 West Highway 190, #100 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-8610 F: (254) 939-8611 www.prim.com Construction Companies

Pro Mix Ready Mix

Seth Preece 4868 Pegasus Drive Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-8091 F: (254) 773-8419 www.promixreadymix.com Concrete

Pro Star Rental

Chad Beseda 3150 South IH-35 Service Road Belton, TX 76513 (254) 456-7368 F: (254) 314-8171 www.prostarrental.com Rental Equipment Services

Professional Datasolutions, Inc.

Bo Harvey 4001 Central Pointe Parkway, Building #200 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 410-7600 F: (254) 410-7617 www.profdata.com Computer Software Developer

Progressive Protection Eddie Notgrass 402 East Loop 121 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-9025 F: (254) 933-9022 www.ppprotection.com Security Services

Prophecy Media Group Cynthia Lopez 6401 Cobbs Drive Waco, TX 76710 (254) 772-6104 F: (254) 776-0642 www.laley104.com Radio Stations

Purifoy & Company

Mack Purifoy 4 South 9th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-6844 F: (254) 773-6551 www.purifoyinsurance.com Insurance

Q QTL Dental

Quyen Lee 121 North 31st Street, Suite A Temple, TX 76504 (254) 231-4948 www.qtldental .com Dentists

Quality Builders

QuVa Pharma

Alicia Ashford 5920 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 933-4432 F: (254) 933-4445 www.quvapharma.com Manufacturers

R Railroad & Heritage Museum

Stephanie Long 315 West Avenue “B” Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5194 F: (254) 298-5171 www.templerrhm.org Museums

Raising Cane’s

Chris Pardue 2304 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-4082 www.raisingcanes.com Restaurants

Ralph Wilson Youth Club Andrew Lambert 1515 South 25th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-9001 F: (254) 773-4873 www.rwyckids.org Youth Services

Ramirez Swimming Pools

Virginia Ramirez-Garcia 5206 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-0765 F: (254) 778-7555 www.ramirezpools.com Swimming Pool Contractors

RAMS Mechanical Services

Ratibor Country Grill

Edwin Pechal 11226 Farm to Market 2086 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 984-2255 Restaurants

Re/Max TempleBelton Realtors

Sue Lockett 4016 South 31st Street, Suite #200 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-3633 F: (254) 771-3674 http://sue.temple beltonhomefinder.com Real Estate

REAL Star Property Management

Isaac Schlabach 1506 Paseo del Plata, #200 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 935-2392 F: (254) 935-2692 www.realstarmanage.com Property Management

Rebath of Central Texas

Marcos Fernandez 2420 West Avenue “M” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 836-2088 F: (254) 771-0134 www.rebathofcentraltx.com Remodeling & Renovations

Rebuild Texas Roofing

Josh Rosheisen 7407 Amber Meadow Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 233-1331 F: (469) 250-6504 www.rebuildtexas.com Roofing Contractors

Redeemer Presbyterian Church

Margaret Stecher 1717 West Avenue “C” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-9300 F: (254) 773-1921 www.ramsmech.com Plumbing Contractors

David Rapp 3011 North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 935-3711 www.redeemerprestemple.org Churches

Quality Stone

Rancho Lago Development, Inc.

Lita Daniel P.O. Box 1452 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-3385 F: (254) 939-2388 www.regainyourspace.com Cleaning & Organizing Services

Quick Inc. Land Surveying

Rapid Recovery Center

Bill Jones 1201 Industrial Park Road Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-3899 F: (254) 939-5706 www.qualitybuildersltd.com Home Improvement Todd Denton 3450 Farm to Market 2843 Florence, TX 76527 (254) 793-3791 www.qualitystone.com Stone Products & Services Travis Quicksall 3303 Shell Road, #4 Georgetown, TX 78628 (512) 915-4950 Surveyors

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Byron Baird 3103 Legend Oaks Boulevard Belton, TX 76513 (254) 307-9115 www.rancholago.com Land Development Ashley Hudson 725 Marlandwood Road Temple, TX 76502 www.rapidrecoverycenter.com Healthcare

Regain Your Space

Regency Manor

Dennis Horsch 3011 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-1626 F: (254) 770-3074 www.seniorlivingproperties.com Nursing Homes


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Juan Camacho 4301 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-8400 F: (254) 773-8405 www.marriott.com Hotel/Motel

Resource Benefits Administrators

Michelle Parks 5400 Bosque Boulevard, #500 Waco, TX 76710 (254) 776-6214 F: (254) 776-6882 www.resourceadmin.com Employee Benefits

The Retreat

Ashley Delgado 601 North Twin Oaks Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-6061 F: (254) 778-6090 www.theretreat atwesternhills.com Apartments

Rexel Electrical & Datacom Supplies

Bobby Casilhas 3013 Chevy Circle Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-2808 F: (254) 778-4457 www.rexelusa.com Electrical Equipment & Supplies

Reynolds Consumer Products

Marvin Linson 3000 Pegasus Drive Temple, TX 76501 (254) 770-4100 F: (254) 770-4174 www.reynoldsbrands.com Manufacturers

Richard’s Lawn Sprinklers & Pool Service Richard Freytag 1706 Chimney Hill Temple, TX 76502 (254) 982-4014 F: (254) 853-4143 http://richardspools.net Irrigation Service & Repair

Right Fit Medicare Store Fred Mangrum 1309 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 295-3636 http://rightfit.pro Insurance

RK Bass Electric

Andy Bass 1200 East Farm to Market 2410 Harker Heights, TX 76548 (254) 698-8751 F: (254) 698-3411 www.basselectric.com Electrical Contractors

RK Marshall

Rob Marshall 2010 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop, #210 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 831-9000 www.rkmarshall.com Real Estate

RM Rodriguez Construction, LP

Rene Rodriguez 5116 South General Bruce Drive, Suite A Temple, TX 76502 (254) 742-0102 F: (254) 742-0094 www.rmrodriguez construction.com Construction Companies

Robinson Family Farm, The

Rodney Dunn Co., Inc./ Guy Fowler

Guy Fowler 1400 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-7355 F: (254) 774-7441 www.guyfowler.com Real Estate

Rodney Dunn Co., Inc./ Grady Tyroch

Grady Tyroch 1400 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 913-9517 F: (254) 774-7441 www.gradytyroch.com Real Estate

Rohde Air Conditioning & Heating Josh Rohde 306 East Avenue “C” Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-2665 www.rohdeac.com Heating & Air Conditioning

Ronald Carroll Surveyors, Inc.

Helen Robinson 3780 White Owl Lane Temple, TX 76501 (254) 931-9564 www.the robinsonfamilyfarm.com Entertainment

Ronald Carroll 5302 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-1447 F: (254) 773-1728 www.rcsurveyors.com Surveyors-Land

Rodney Dunn Co., Inc./ Nancy Daniel

Ronald McDonald House, The

Nancy Daniel 1400 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-7355 F: (254) 774-7441 http://nancydaniel.realtor.com Real Estate

Rodney Dunn Co., Inc./ Rodney Dunn

Rodney Dunn 1400 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-7355 F: (254) 774-7441 www.rodneydunn.com Real Estate

Rodney Dunn Co., Inc./ Brook Fowler

Brook Fowler 1400 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 913-0803 www.brookfowler.com Real Estate

Susan Bolton 2415 South 47th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 770-0910 F: (254) 770-1622 www.rmhc-temple.org Organizations & Associations

Roopa’s Kitchen

Roopashree Gangadhara 1710 Canyon Creek Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 624-0235 www.roopaskitchen.com Restaurants

Rosie Jo Meals

Katie Hermann 717 South Martin Luther King Boulevard Temple, TX 76504 (254) 654-2058 http://rosiejomeals.com Food Service

Rotary Club of Temple

Vane Hugo P.O. Box 103 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 772-1600 www.templerotary.org Organizations & Associations

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Rotary Club of Temple-South

Jinger Pajestka 4311 South 31st Street, #150-117 Temple, TX 76502 (512) 965-5654 www.rotarytemplesouth.org Organizations & Associations

Round Rock Chamber of Commerce

Mike Odom 212 East Main Street Round Rock, TX 78664 (512) 255-5805 F: (512) 255-3345 www.roundrockchamber.org Chambers of Commerce

Royal Oasis Spa

Jenna Drake 6080 West Adams Avenue, #101 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 654-1880 http://royaloasisspa.com Day Spa

Rudy’s Repair & Remodel, LLC

Rudy Ochoa 1107 West Elm Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 791-0899 F: (254) 773-2092 www.rudys repairandremodel.com Remodeling & Renovations

Rural Rental Housing Association of Texas

Royce Ann Wiggins 2 North 9th Street, Suite B Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-6111 F: (254) 778-6110 www.rrhatx.com Organizations & Associations

RVOS Insurance Company Wiley Shockley 2301 South 37th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-2181 F: (254) 773-1122 www.rvos.com Insurance

RW Lone Star Security, LLC

Daniel Reed 2904 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-9536 F: (254) 774-9587 www.rwlonestar.com Document Destruction

S Safe 2 Save LLC

Patty Davis 4700 Carmargo Court College Station, TX 77845 (409) 651-5507 www.safe2save.org Public Safety

Safe Kids Mid-Texas

Melissa Mesecke 1901 SW HK Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 935-4157 www.safekids.org/coalition/ safe-kids-mid-texas Organizations & Associations

Salado Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau

Amanda Organ 423 South Main Street Salado, TX 76571 (254) 947-5040 www.salado.com Chambers of Commerce

Salon Karen

Karen Haley-Dungan 2820 West Avenue “O”, Suite C Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-7373 www.salonkaren.com Salon & Spa

Salvation Army, The

Aaron Millin 419 West Avenue “G” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-9996 F: (254) 742-2331 www.salvation armytempletx.org Organizations & Associations

Sam’s Club Members Only Randy Wright 1414 Marlandwood Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-8402 F: (254) 774-9561 www.samsclub.com Department Stores

Sammons Golf Links

Jeff Ward 2727 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-2030 F: (254) 771-3195 www.golfsammons.com Golf

Scanio-Harper Funeral Home

Philip Scanio 3110 Airport Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 899-8888 F: (254) 899-8890 www.scanio harperfuneralhome.com Funeral Homes

Scentsy Independent Consultant

Terry Gillaspie (254) 231-9275 www.terrygillespie.scentsy.com Candles & Gifts


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com Schitz Creek Distillery Dan Marek 101 County Road 257 Liberty Hill, TX 76842 (512) 778-5990 www.schitzcreek.com Distillery

Schlotzsky’s

Jeffrey Meyer 2668 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-3400 F: (254) 778-3100 www.schlotzskys.com Restaurants

R.T. Schneider Construction Co., Ltd

Russell Schneider 2504 Taylors Valley Road Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-2529 F: (254) 933-9707 Excavating Contractors

Howard Schnorrbusch Agency

Howard Schnorrbusch 3317 Pecan Valley Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-8087 F: (254) 778-1390 http://agents.farmers.com/ hschnorrbusch.com Insurance

Scott & White Center for Diagnostic Medicine

1605 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76508 (254) 215-0100 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Clinic - Belton

1505 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-4000 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Clinic - Belton South 1001 Arbor Park Drive Belton, TX 76513 (254) 831-2000 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Clinic - Harker Heights 907 Mountain Lion Circle Harker Heights, TX 76548 (254) 953-7700 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Clinic - Killeen

Scott & White Dialysis Center - Killeen 3701 Scott & White Drive Killeen, TX 76543 (254) 680-1374 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

2401 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76508 (254) 724-2111 www.bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Clinic - Moody

Scott & White Dialysis Center - Killeen West

Scott & White Mental Health Center - Temple

3801 Scott & White Drive Killeen, TX 76543 (254) 680-1100 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

498 Avenue “E” Moody, TX 76557 (254) 853-2162 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Clinic - Salado

3525 Farm to Market 2484 Salado, TX 76571 (254) 947-7500 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Clinic - Temple

2401 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76508 (254) 724-2150 www.bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Clinic - Temple Northside 409 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 742-3700 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Clinic - Temple Pavilion

1815 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76508 (254) 724-2111 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Clinic - Westfield

7556 Honeysuckle Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 742-7400 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Clinic & Dialysis Center Temple South Loop 2601 Thornton Lane Temple, TX 76502 (254) 935-5853 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Cosmetic Surgery Center - Temple

2117 South 61st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 791-3223 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

2201 South W. S. Young Drive, Suite #101-B Killeen, TX 76543 (254) 501-6467 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Employees Credit Union

Celeste Kaylor 2401 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76508 (254) 778-3199 F: (254) 778-7712 www.swecu.org Credit Unions

Scott & White EMS

Scott & White Medical Center

2401 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76508 (254) 724-2585 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Mental Health Clinic - Killeen

3106 South W.S. Young Drive, Suite B-204 Killeen, TX 76543 (254) 953-7600 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Roney Bone & Joint Institute

Temple, TX 76501 (855) 774-1737 www.scottandwhiteems.org Healthcare

2401 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76508 (254) 724-2663 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Eye Clinic - Harker Heights

Scott & White Sleep Institute

201 East Central Texas Expressway, Suite #1270 Harker Heights, TX 76548 (254) 953-7650 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Family Medicine Clinic - Santa Fe 1402 West Avenue “H” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-8411 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Health Plan 1206 West Campus Drive Temple, TX 76502 (800) 321-7947 www.swhp.org Healthcare

Scott & White Healthcare - Temple Outpatient Pharmacy

2401 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76508 (254) 724-2288 www.bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Hospice 1402 West Avenue “H” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 724-4090 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

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2401 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76508 (254) 724-4189 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Scott & White Vasicek Cancer Treatment Center

2401 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76508 (254) 724-5918 http://bswhealth.com Healthcare

Sears Hometown Store

Bryan Denman 1212 Marlandwood Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 770-1221 F: (254) 770-1253 www.searshometown stores.com/0003527.html Appliance Sales & Service

Secrest Law Firm

Jamey Secrest 3600 Birdcreek Plaza Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-5215 F: (254) 773-0423 www.secrestlawfirm.com Attorneys

Secret Chef of Temple

Billy Garrett 11720 West Adams Avenue, Suite E Belton, TX 76513 (254) 228-0720 www.secretchefoftemple.com Restaurants

Senior Care Centers of Weston Inn

Kendall Young 2505 South 37th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 298-7300 F: (254) 742-0000 www.seniorcarecentersltc.com Skilled Nursing Rehab

Senior Care of Marlandwood East

Kenny Stribling 1511 Marlandwood Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 899-6500 F: (254) 899-6599 www.seniorcarecentersltc.com Skilled Nursing Rehab

Senior Care of Marlandwood West

Sherrel Charlot 1700 Marlandwood Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 743-6201 F: (254) 773-3695 www.seniorcarecentersltc.com Skilled Nursing Rehab

Senior Care of Texas

David Gosnell P.O. Box 33 Killeen, TX 76540 (800) 240-3675 www.seniorcareoftexas.com Insurance

Senior Care of Western Hills Teresa Parker 512 Draper Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 742-7500 F: (254) 742-7599 Skilled Nursing Rehab

ServPro of Temple & Belton

Julie Owens 205 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-3055 F: (254) 791-8482 www.servprotemplebelton.com Water & Fire Damage Restoration

Seton Medical Center Harker Heights

Zach Dietze 850 West Central Texas Expressway Harker Heights, TX 76548 (254) 680-6201 F: (254) 680-6380 www.setonharkerheights.org Hospitals


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. Shallow Ford Construction Co., Inc.

Bob Spiegel 3513 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop, #102 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-5244 F: (254) 778-4429 www.shallowford.com Excavating Contractors

State Representative Hugh D. Shine District Office Hugh Shine 4 South First Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 742-7616 www.house.texas.gov Government

Smallcakes

Spare Time Fun Center

Mike Emmons 5434 205 Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 781-4399 F: (254) 634-4917 www.sparetimetexas.com Entertainment

Spradley Properties

Bobby Spradley 121 North 31st Street, Suite C Temple, TX 76504 (254) 742-7733 F: (254) 742-2411 www.spradleyproperties.com Property Management

Stantec

Smile Doctors Braces

Sparta Crane & Construction

Sprint

Star Tex Propane Inc.

Specialty Restoration of Texas

St. Luke Catholic Church

State Farm Insurance/ Mitchel Davis

Brandy Sandor 6102 West Adams Avenue, Suite B Temple, TX 76502 (254) 742-7662 http://smallcakescentraltx.com Cupcakery & Creamery Scotte Hudsmith 2113 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 526-8666 www.smiledoctors.com Dentists

Smith Supply Co., LLC

Trish Davis 115 North 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-4451 Donut Shops

Butch Smith 5202 Midway Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-3592 F: (254) 773-4430 www.smithsupply.com Janitorial Supplies & Service

Shipley Donuts - Belton

Snap Fitness 24-7

Shipley Donuts

Rich Reno 521 East 6th Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-6965 www.shipleydonuts.com Donut Shops

Signs of the Times

Kevin Gentry 1203 South 55th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-4201 F: (254) 773-4201 www.signstemple.com Signs & Banners

Silo & Oak

Tricia Simmons 7617 McGregor Park Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 654-0310 www.siloandoak.com Event Facilities

Silo of Screams Haunted Attractions

John Guthrie 1511 Industrial Boulevard Temple, TX 76504 (254) 780-6747 Haunted House

Small Business Development Center/MCC Steve Surguy 1400 College Drive Waco, TX 76708 (254) 598-7480 F: (254) 299-8054 www.mccsbdc.com Business Development

Kristl Evans 407 East Canyon Creek Drive, #102 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 239-0123 F: (254) 634-3483 www.snapfitness.com Health & Fitness

Sofia Pargo Farmers Insurance Agency

Sofia Pargo 19 South 25th Street, #400 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 228-5316 F: (254) 228-5323 Insurance

Sojourn Real Estate/ Sara Irvine

Jonathan Gallagher 4322A Charter Oak Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 613-5646 www.spartacraneand construction.com Construction Companies

Katy Redding 6906 Old McGregor Road Waco, TX 76712 (254) 776-0441 F: (254) 776-0444 www.specialtyrestoration.com Water & Fire Damage Restoration

Spectrum Reach

Mark Manning 215 Factory Drive Waco, TX 76710 (254) 761-3957 www.spectrumreach.com Television/Cable/ High Speed Online

Spherion Staffing Services Vicki Koon 2309 Birdcreek Terrace Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-0533 F: (254) 778-1100 www.spherion.com Employment Services

Sara Irvine 1915 West Avenue “M” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 760-0007 www.sarairvine.com Real Estate

Spiel Communication

Sona Wine Bar & Small Plates

SPJST Supreme Lodge

Vira Chudasma 7373 Honeysuckle Drive, #150 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 935-2060 Wine Bar

South District Office, CTC UMC

Brad Brittain 102 North 2nd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-2481 www.southdistrictctcumc.org Churches

Ami Hooper Temple, TX 76501 (254) 781-5759 www.spielcommunication.com Marketing Brian Vanicek 520 North Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-1575 F: (254) 774-7447 www.spjst.com Insurance

Sports World

Kevin Cushman 120A South Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-2641 F: (254) 778-7460 www.sportsworldtemple.com Sporting Goods

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Stacey Geipe 4501 South General Bruce Drive, #96 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 742-9690 www.sprint.com Cellular & Wireless Service Rev. John Guzaldo 2807 Oakdale Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-1561 F: (254) 773-3710 www.slparish.org Churches

St. Mary’s Catholic School Theresa Wyles, Principal 1019 South 7th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-8141 F: (254) 778-1396 www.stmarys-temple.org Schools-Private

St. Vincent de Paul of Greater Temple, Inc. Gary Janacek 106 West Avenue “D” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-7591 Thrift Store

Staas Plumbing Co. Inc. Ken Staas 2101 West Avenue “M” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-2575 www.staasplumbing.com Plumbing Contractors

Stand2Learn, LLC

Mack Westbrook 5713 Shellbournes Hill College Station, TX 77845 (254) 913-7137 www.stand2learn.com School Furniture

Standards Home Health & Hospice

Daniel Willie 2010 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop, #200 Temple, TX 76504 (888) 671-7007 F: (888) 553-7575 www.standardshomehealth.com Home Health Services

Barry Nebhut 3001 Bee Caves Road, #300 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 867-6106 F: (512) 867-6001 www.stantec.com Architects Joe January 1201 LaSalle Avenue Waco, TX 76706 (800) 792-3487 F: (254) 752-8666 www.startexpropane.com Propane Gas

Mitchel Davis 1 North 29th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-8826 F: (254) 778-1441 www.statefarm.com Insurance

State Farm Insurance/ Nichole Guajardo Nichole Guajardo 2905 Thornton Lane Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-3276 F: (254) 742-7730 http://goguajardo.com Insurance

State Farm Insurance/ David Jennings

David Jennings 1304 South 1st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-4717 F: (254) 778-4753 www.statefarm.com Insurance

State Farm Insurance/ Tyler Jermstad Tyler Jermstad 175 Verbena Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-9090 www.centexsf.com Insurance

State Farm Insurance/ Lauren Smith

Lauren Smith 7206 State Highway 317 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 780-3276 F: (254) 780-3200 www.laurensmithsfagent.com Insurance

State Farm Insurance/ Shaffin Wegener

Shaffin Wegener 112 SW HK Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 228-0369 www.heartoftexassf.com Insurance


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com Statewide Remodeling

Lynne Harvey 2209-A Rutland Drive, #100 Austin, TX 78758 (512) 453-5858 F: (512) 453-3433 www.statewideremodeling.com Remodeling & Renovations

Stellar Homes

Mark Rendon 413 Downing Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-8807 www.stellarhomes.us Home Builder

Bill Stokes

Subway Sandwiches

Tammie Sundin (Honorary)

Subway Sandwiches

Super 8 Hotel - Temple

Carwyn Smith 2906 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-7144 Restaurants Carwyn Smith 3 North 29th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 742-1040 F: (254) 742-1063 www.subway.com Restaurants

Subway Sandwiches

Bill Stokes Belton, TX 76513 (254) 718-8355 Retirees

Carwyn Smith 600 Forest Drive Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-7827 Restaurants

Stoney Brook of Belton

Subway Sandwiches

Kay Hirrill 500 River Fair Boulevard Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-3800 F: (254) 933-2550 www.stoneybrookbelton.com Assisted Living Facilities

Storage Solutions at Canyon Ridge

Diana Kibbe 1119 Canyon Creek Temple, TX 76502 (254) 791-1500 F: (254) 791-1501 https://arnold storagesolutions.com Self Storage

Stratford House Inn & Suites

Chetan Patel 1912 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-5521 F: (254) 770-3211 www.stratfordhouseinn.com Hotel/Motel

Stylecraft Builders

Jessi Kelly 8234 Northgate Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 548-6263 www.stylecraftbuilders.com Home Builder

Subway Sandwiches John Guthrie 3550-D South General Bruce Drive, #115 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 899-0777 F: (254) 742-1063 www.subway.com Restaurants

Carwyn Smith 6801 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 228-5632 Restaurants

Subway Sandwiches

Carwyn Smith 7150 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-2332 Restaurants

Summers Mill Retreat & Conference Center

Katie Manns 7441 Farm to Market 1123, #41 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-6194 F: (254) 939-6183 www.summersmill.com Conference Centers

Summit Family Fitness Center

Misha Lee 620 Fryers Creek Circle Temple, TX 76504 (254) 298-5348 F: (254) 298-5409 www.templesummit.com Health & Fitness

Sun Loan Company

Charmeane Price 916-A South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 770-1116 F: (254) 770-1477 www.sunloan.com Financial Services

Sunbright Recycling & Disposal

Karla White 701-A Texas Central Parkway Waco, TX 76712 (254) 776-1977 F: (254) 776-1979 http://sunbright-recycling.com Recycling Centers

Tammie Sundin 5218 Ambassador Drive Midlothian, TX 76065 (254) 931-0451 Life Members

Gene Pillai 5505 South General Bruce Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-0962 F: (254) 778-1527 www.super8.com Hotel/Motel

Super Nails

Wilson Pham 3809 South General Bruce Drive, #106 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 295-0910 www.supernailsandspa.com Nail Salons

Super35 Films

Travis Wine 2012 Montscotia Lane Temple, TX 76502 (713) 878-4864 www.super35films.com Video Production Service

Surplus Warehouse

Greg Bradley 1419 South 1st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 742-0140 F: (254) 773-2967 www.ecbarton.com Building Materials

T T-N-T Striping

Troy Davis 22409 Wolfridge Road Killeen, TX 76549 (254) 793-0070 F: (254) 793-2306 www.tntstriping.com Pavement Marking

T.E. Financial

Terence Townsend 111 North Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (833) 369-6663 http://tefinancialservices.com Financial Services

Take 5 Oil Change

Justin Fletcher 3609 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-9255 www.take5oilchange.com Auto Repairs & Service

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Tanner Roofing, Inc.

Gwen Tanner 1100 East 6th Avenue Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-0343 F: (254) 939-7819 http://tannerroofing.com Roofing Contractors

Temple Bottling Co., Ltd. Elizabeth Greenfield 3510 Parkway Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-3376 F: (254) 778-5414 www.templebot.com Bottlers

Target Marketing

Scott Robertson 7766 Ewing Boulevard, #200 Florence, KY 41042 (800) 933-3909 F: (800) 488-3101 www.chambermapproject.com Printers & Publishers

Taylor’s Valley Baptist Church

Jared Burt 2497 West Farm to Market 93 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 939-0503 www.tvbc.net Churches

TeleTech

Glenis Galindo 1600 Eberhardt Road Temple, TX 76504 (321) 233-9585 www.ttecjobs.com Call Centers

Temple & Central Texas Railway

David Lutz 3111 Eberhardt Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-8300 F: (254) 778-8302 www.patriotrail.com Railroads

Temple Area Builders Association

Marty Janczak 12 North 5th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-0445 F: (254) 774-7273 www.tahb.org Organizations & Associations

Temple Area Co-Ed Ministerial Association

U. C. Barnes PO Box 901 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 778-8463 www.corinth baptistchurchtemple.org Churches

Temple Bible Church

Gary DeSalvo 3205 Oakview Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-3233 F: (254) 778-3057 www.templebiblechurch.org Churches

Temple Brethren Church

Timothy Chaplin 2202 Birdcreek Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-8759 www.templebrethrenchurch.org Churches A Christian denomination putting emphasis on the Bible as the inspired Word of God, and believing that faith in Christ, His Son, is the only way to salvation. Expressions of faith are guided by the ancient motto: “In essentials unity, in non-essentials liberty, and in all things, love.”

Temple Chamber of Commerce

Rod Henry 201 Santa Fe Way, #105 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-2105 www.templechamber.com Chambers of Commerce

Temple Charter Academy Berkiesha Scott 7177 Airport Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-8682 www.prioritycharter.org Schools

Temple Children’s Museum

Christy Chandler 214 South 2nd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 307-8456 www.temple childrensmuseum.org Museums

Temple Civic Theatre

Martha Satterwhite 2413 South 13th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-4751 F: (254) 778-4980 www.templecivictheatre.org Visual & Performing Arts


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. Temple College

Temple EMS

Christina Ponce 2600 South 1st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 298-8282 F: (254) 298-8277 www.templejc.edu Colleges & Universities

Byron Sedlacek 505 North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 563-3361 www.amr.net Emergency Medical Services

Temple College Business & Continuing Education Division

Ron Lucksinger/Lindsey Strait 305 South 2nd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-7975 F: (254) 778-8308 www.templefeed.com Agriculture

Gracie Conner 2600 South 1st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 298-8625 F: (254) 298-8317 www.templejc.edu/bce Training & Development

Temple College Foundation

Jennifer Graham, PhD 2315 South 1st Street, #2104 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 598-7435 F: (254) 298-8268 www.tcfound.org Organizations & Associations

Temple Community Clinic Sherri Woytek 1905 Curtis B. Elliott Drive Temple, TX 76501 (254) 771-3374 F: (254) 771-0972 www.temple communityclinic.org Healthcare

Temple Convention & Visitors Bureau

Nancy Glover 101 North Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5388 www.discovertemple.com Tourism

Temple Daily Telegram

Sue Mayborn 10 South 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-4444 F: (254) 774-9391 www.tdtnews.com Newspapers

Temple Dental Trails

Dr. Richard Leung 3550-D South General Bruce Drive, #103 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-1115 www.templedentaltrails.com Dentists

Temple Economic Development Corp.

Adrian Cannady 201 Santa Fe Way, #103 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-8332 www.choosetemple.com Economic Development

Temple Feed & Supply Inc.

Temple Founder Lions Club Dennis Smith Lions Den @ Gober House Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-7391 www.templelionsclub.org Organizations & Associations

Temple Health & Bioscience District

Tami Annable 1802 South 1st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 935-3963 www.templebioscience.org Nonprofit Foundations

Temple Heat & Air

Jody Bruner 3406 West Nugent Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-1012 F: (254) 771-5926 www.templeheatandair.com Heating, Air Conditioning & Appliance Repair

Temple High School JROTC TX959

Temple ISD Chief of Communications Christine Parks 401 Santa Fe Way Temple, TX 76501 (254) 215-6754 F: (254) 215-6783 www.tisd.org Schools-Public

Temple ISD Voc./ Transition Coordinator

Cheryl Nelson 415 North 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 215-7125 F: (254) 215-7240 www.tisd.org Schools-Public

Temple Professional Firefighters

Temple VFW Post 1820

Temple Santa Fe Community Credit Union

Temple Visitor Center

Brad Wentz P.O. Box 1683 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 541-9552 Organizations & Associations

Mike Hamby 1750 West Avenue “A” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-7222 F: (254) 778-9142 www.templecreditunion.com Credit Unions

Temple Symphony Orchestra

Richard Best 3302 Airport Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-5450 F: (254) 778-0838 Organizations & Associations Nancy Glover 315 West Avenue “B” Temple, TX 76501 (254) 298-5418 F: (254) 298-5383 www.discovertemple.com Tourism

Temple Welding & Industrial Supply, Inc.

Damon Gottschalk 175 Verbena Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 493-2623 www.templejaycees.org Organizations & Associations

Jan Salzman 100 West Adams Avenue, Mailbox #10 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-6683 www.templesymphony.org Entertainment

Arthur DeLeon 2101 Industrial Boulevard Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-5571 F: (254) 774-9288 www.dupuyoxygen.com Welding Gases & Industrial Supplies

Temple Literacy Council

Temple Technology Services

Temple Winnelson Co.

Temple Machine Shop

Temple Total Dental & Orthodontics

Temple Jaycees

Don Stiles 100 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 774-7323 www.templeliteracy.org Organizations & Associations Michelle DiGaetano 1401 North 14th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 774-8099 F: (254) 774-9219 www.tmshydraulics.net Machine Shops

Temple Mall

Nelson Hutchinson 319 South First Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 931-2453 www.templetechnology.net Computer Managed Services

Sarah Keifer 7410 West Adams Avenue, #140 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 405-6066 www.yourtotaldental.com Dentists

Temple Towing Inc.

Temple-Belton Board of REALTORS, Inc. Charles Deviney 2703 Exchange Place Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-0410 F: (254) 771-0833 www.temple-beltonbor.com Real Estate

William Pailes 415 North 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 215-7031 F: (254) 215-7099 www.tisd.org Organizations & Associations

Trish Lee 3111 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-4847 F: (254) 771-3866 www.templemall.com Shopping Centers

Temple Iron & Metal

Temple Parks Foundation

Temple Veterinary Hospital

Templeton Electric

Temple Pediatric Pharmacy

Temple Veterinary Hospital of Western Hills

Tenroc Ranch

Paul Grimm 815 North 14th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-2700 F: (254) 773-4487 www.templeiron.com Recycling Centers

Temple ISD

Bobby Ott 401 Santa Fe Way Temple, TX 76501 (254) 215-6760 F: (254) 215-6752 www.tisd.org Schools-Public

Allan Einboden P.O. Box 1586 Temple, TX 76503 (254) 298-5690 F: (254) 298-5541 www.temple parks-foundation.org Organizations & Associations 1901 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 935-4888 www.bswhealth.com Healthcare

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Marvin Winkler, Sr. 3815 Shallow Ford West Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-1303 F: (254) 771-5613 www.templetowing.com Auto & Truck Towing

Brad Schiller 1801 North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-0883 F: (254) 773-0898 www.templewinnelson.com Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing

Gary Gosney, DVM 2055 Scott Boulevard Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-1411 F: (254) 774-8191 www.templevethospital.com Veterinarians

Annette Gudgel 2312 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-2128 F: (254) 773-3733 www.temple vetwesternhills.com Veterinarians

Temple-Belton Ladies Lions Club

Angela Cases http://texaslions.org Organizations & Associations Laura Templeton 2201 Farm to Market 1670 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 423-3026 F: (979) 279-9819 www.templetonelectricco.com Electrical Contractors Mike Cornett 5471 Thomas Arnold Road Salado, TX 76571 (254) 760-4071 F: (254) 947-0335 http://tenroc.com Event Facilities


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com Terp’s Toys and Comics

Matthew Terpening 808-B South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 231-3623 http://terpstoysandcomics.com Toys & Comics

Tex Blast Sandblasting Co. Linda Cummings 2610 Charter Oaks Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-8096 F: (254) 770-0404 www.texblast.com Sandblasting

Texas A&M AgriLife Research | Blackland Tom Gerik 720 East Blackland Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 774-6000 F: (254) 774-6001 www.brc.tamus.edu Research Groups

Texas A&M University - Central Texas Marc Nigliazzo 1001 Leadership Place Killeen, TX 76549 (254) 519-5438 F: (254) 519-5450 www.tamuct.edu Colleges & Universities

Texas Benefit Alliance, Inc. Tim Davis 718 South 17th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 791-8221 F: (254) 771-1738 www.mytbaonline.com Insurance

Texas Country Gentlemen Barbershop Chorus Gary Morton Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-2721 www.tcgharmony.org Music

Texas First State Bank

Texas Roadhouse

Paul Marshall 624 North General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-0033 F: (254) 773-0035 www.texasroadhouse.com/ restaurant-locations/ texas/temple Restaurants

Texas Star Cottage

Deyette Pauer 3790 Forrester Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 289-3115 www.texasstarbb.com Hotel/Motel

Texas State Optical-Market Loop

Michael Fry 2910 Market Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-6165 F: (254) 778-3297 www.tso.com Opticians & Optical Labs

Texas-Pictures

Glen Muse 6173 West Adams Avenue, Suite B-610 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 718-7350 www.texas-pictures.com Video Production Service

Texell Credit Union

Mary Ann Nickolai 17 South 1st Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-1604 F: (254) 774-9365 www.texell.org Credit Unions

Alton D. Thiele, PC Alton Thiele, CPA 300 East Avenue “C” Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-0701 F: (254) 933-7601 Accountants - CPA

Joel Berryman 7285 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 791-1000 F: (254) 791-5204 www.mytexasbank.com Banks

Thirsty Mule Winery

Texas Office Systems

Thrifty Texan Two-Steppin’ Tours

Alex Farmer 1080 Industrial Boulevard Hewitt, TX 76643 (254) 666-2592 F: (254) 666-6044 www.texasofficesystems.com Mail Processing Systems

Dan Marek 101 County Road 257 Liberty Hill, TX 76842 (512) 778-5990 www.thirstymule.com Winery

Peggy Stewart P.O. Box 1962 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-6994 www.triplettours.com Tour Group Coordinators

Thumbs Up Compliance

Amanda Reese 5570 Kegley Place Lane, #102 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 231-0023 F: (254) 231-0560 www.thumbsupcompliance.com DOT Physicals

Tires To You

Clint Collins 3617 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 218-3353 www.4tires2u.com Tire Dealers

Titan Total Training

Ike Shaw 2329 South 57th Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 742-2020 www.titantotaltraining.com Health & Fitness

Toastmasters International/ Big T Toastmasters

Townsquare Media

David Smith 608 Moody Lane Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-5252 F: (254) 773-0115 www.townsquaremedia.com Media

Tractor Creative, LLC

Greg Hansen 235 Deer Valley Drive Lorena, TX 76655 (254) 315-4179 F: (254) 655-8413 www.tractorcreative.com Advertising Agencies

Tranum Used Cars

Anna Tranum Kessler 5508 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-4548 F: (254) 773-0139 www.tranumauto.com Auto Dealers

Tri-Co Propane

Cora Den Harder 2802 Del Norte Boulevard Temple, TX 76502 (254) 760-9138 www.5590.toastmasters clubs.org Communication and Leadership Skills

Jack Walzel 2727 South Farm to Market 2184 Rogers, TX 76569 (254) 642-3885 F: (254) 642-3655 www.tricopropane.com Propane Gas

Topsarge Business Solutions

Tri-Supply

Dan Elder 7 North Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 554-0974 www.topsarge.com Professional Development Training & Research Support

Topstone

Ron Kasberg 3601 Range Road Temple, TX 76504 (254) 774-9197 F: (254) 774-7631 www.topstonetx.com Building Materials

TotalRetirements

Dee Kerr 2207 Birdcreek Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 770-3022 www.totalretirements.com Wealth Management

TownPlace Suites

Tabitha Hara 2612 Gillmeister Lane Temple, TX 76502 (254) 727-4277 www.marriott.com/tplts Hotel/Motel

Weldon Vybiral 11350 NW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-3500 www.trisupplyhometeam.com Building Materials

Troy’s Auto Care & Motorcycle Shop

Troy Mills 1818 West Avenue “M” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 791-8769 Auto Repairs & Service

Truecore Fitness

Holly McDaniel 7373 Honeysuckle Drive, #120 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 931-1281 www.truecoretx.com Health & Fitness

Dennis Turk

Dennis Turk 2105 Canyon Springs Drive Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-4469 Retirees

Turley Associates, Inc.

Victor Turley 301 North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-2400 F: (254) 773-3998 www.turley-inc.com Engineers

Twin Liquors Temple

Fara Vass 1521 Marlandwood Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 899-8946 F: (254) 774-7593 www.twinliquors.com Liquor Stores

U U-Haul Moving & Storage of South General Bruce Drive

Michelle Gomez 3824 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 727-7216 www.u-haul.com Moving & Storage Services

U-Haul Moving & Storage of Temple

Michelle Gomez 215 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 770-3001 www.uhaul.com Moving & Storage Services

U.S. Dermatology Partners Leo Conger, MD 1300 East 6th Avenue Belton, TX 76513 (254) 778-5400 F: (254) 778-5444 www.us dermatologypartners.com Healthcare

Healthy, radiant skin is a lifetime asset throughout every stage of your life. U.S. Dermatology Partners of Belton’s goal is to provide you with the most convenient, restorative experience possible every time you visit. We hope you will make us your skin care partner for life. Schedule an appointment today. (254) 778-5400

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Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. U.S. Lawns & Landscape Marvin Kisely 2702 Pin Oak Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 899-0615 Landscape Management

Ubeo Business Services

Shawn Hunt 1020 North Valley Mills Drive Waco, TX 76710 (254) 772-1600 F: (254) 772-1606 www.ubeo.com Copiers, Faxes & Laser Printers

Un-Included Club

Doree Collins 306 East Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76501 (254) 217-2635 www.unincluded.org Organizations & Associations

United Ag and Turf

Cody Gohlke 2308 Barnhardt Road Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-9916 F: (254) 770-3217 www.unitedagandturf.com Farm Equipment

United Planet Fitness Partners

Missy Nelson 3111 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 477-6777 www.planetfitness.com/ gyms/temple-tx Health & Weilness

United Rentals, Inc.

Arturo Rivas 5210 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-4449 F: (254) 778-9244 www.unitedrentals.com Rental Equipment Services

United Way of Central Texas

Stephanie O’Banion 4 North 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 778-8616 F: (254) 771-2568 www.uwct.org Organizations & Associations

Unity Church of Temple

Gene Guy 318 North 2nd Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 770-8086 www.unityoftemple.org Churches

University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

Randy O’Rear 900 College Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 295-4500 F: (254) 295-5022 www.umhb.edu Colleges & Universities

Unlimited Furniture Co.

Jon Hancock 5812 South General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 933-9663 http://ufctemple.com Furniture

UPS Store #5884, The

Kent Miller 3809 South General Bruce Drive, #103 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 742-0006 F: (254) 742-1718 www.theups storelocal.com/5884 Packaging/Shipping Outlets

USDA-Agricultural Research Service

Janice Brown 808 East Blackland Road Temple, TX 76502 (254) 770-6500 F: (254) 770-6561 www.ars.usda.gov/spa/gswrl Government

USHEALTH Advisors

Dwayne Holley Temple, TX 76502 (254) 421-3277 F: (254) 986-2996 www.ushealthgroup.com Health Insurance Plans

USI Southwest

John Alford 7600-B North Capital of Texas Highway #200 Austin, TX 78731 (512) 651-4105 F: (512) 467-0113 www.usi.biz Insurance

USO Fort Hood

Isabel Hubbard Building #1871, 50th Street Fort Hood, TX 76544 (254) 768-2770 F: (254) 768-2772 www.uso.org/forthood Organizations & Associations

V V-Quest Office Machines & Supplies

Mark Jermstad 4159-A East University Avenue Georgetown, TX 78626 (866) 763-8801 F: (866) 763-8803 www.v-questtx.com Office Supplies & Equipment

Valet Cleaners

Allan Cripe 2215 South 57th Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-5601 www.valet cleanersoftemple.com Dry Cleaners

Validus Fitness & Training Gym, LLC

Noel & Priscilla Santana 4311 West Adams Avenue, #206 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 295-0319 www.validustraining.com Health & Fitness

Valor Fire Protection

John Couch 3584 Rocking J Road, Suite #200 Round Rock, TX 78665 (512) 846-4142 F: (512) 233-2577 www.vfptx.com Building Products & Services

Vape Excapes

Pamela Wilson 7202 Highway 317 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 780-9138 F: (254) 780-9090 www.facebook.com/ vapeexcapes Vapor/E-Cigarettes

Vaquero Construction Co. Inc., B.H. Bert Hunter 205 Goodway Drive Belton, TX 76513 (254) 947-0001 F: (254) 947-8667 www.bhvaquero.com Construction Companies

Victory Designs Promotional Products

Melinda Fox 4500 Williams Drive, #212, PMB #421 Georgetown, TX 78633 (512) 619-9409 www.victorydesignstx.com Promotional Products & Apparel

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Mike Villa Personal Trainer Mike Villa (512) 619-2086 Health & Fitness

Villas on the Hill

Megan Stumpo 2510 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-4000 www.villasonthehill.com Apartments

The Vineyard at Florence Robert Healy 101 Via Francesco Florence, TX 76527 (512) 572-7003 F: (254) 793-2567 www.the vineyardatflorence.com Winery

Viron International, Inc.

David Allen 3100 Lucius McCelvey Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-9292 F: (254) 770-0811 www.vironintl.com Manufacturers

Visiting Angels

Michael Hillman 2213 Birdcreek Terrace Temple, TX 76502 (254) 899-9400 F: (254) 899-9401 www.visitingangels.com/temple Home Health Services

Vista Real Estate

Vivy La Rue’s Beauty Lounge, LLC

Amanda Page 5293 South 31st Street, #135 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 598-2146 www.vivylarues.com Salon & Spa

W Walker Honey Farm, LLC

Clint Walker 8060 East U.S. Highway 190 Rogers, TX 76569 (254) 983-2337 F: (254) 983-2337 www.walkerhoneyfarm.com Honey Production

Wally’s Party Factory

Mary Perez 2603 Thornton Lane Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-8797 F: (254) 742-2849 www.wallyspartyfactory.com Party Supplies

Walmart #6929

Lee Grabman 6801 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 598-7593 http://walmart.com Department Stores

Walmart Distribution Center #6083 Ron Johnson 9605 NW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 770-3600 F: (254) 770-3697 www.walmart.com Distributors

Walmart SuperCenter

Jimmy Torres 7446 Honeysuckle Drive Temple, TX 76502 (254) 231-0209 F: (254) 207-0427 www.vistalistings.com Real Estate

Norma Soto 3401 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-9235 F: (254) 778-4593 www.walmartstores.com Department Stores

Vista Real Estate has the most trusted, motivated, and experienced REALTORS®, with knowledge of Central Texas and surrounding areas. Our REALTORS® are ready and committed to providing the best service for any of your real estate needs, and at the level you expect and deserve. Contact our office today!

Wanda’s Uniquely Yours

Wanda Lueck 1003 South 23rd Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-5990 F: (254) 778-5990 www.uneklyurs.com Gift Shops

Ward & Moore Insurance Services, LP

Emily Mikeska 1023 Canyon Creek Drive, #110 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-5700 F: (254) 771-5710 www.ward-moore.com Insurance


Membership Directory by Alphabetical Listings 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com Ward’s Towing, Ltd.

Donald Ward 4852 East Highway 53 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 773-7486 F: (254) 773-0177 www.wardstowing.com Auto & Truck Towing

Whataburger

Shawn Oliver 1415 SW HK Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-1811 www.whataburger.com Restaurants

Whataburger

Paul Bullock 307 North IH 35 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-0010 www.whataburger.com Restaurants

Whataburger

Michelle Thomas 115 North General Bruce Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-0001 www.whataburger.com Restaurants WB

Development

Josh Welch 3000 Illinois Avenue #100 Killeen, TX 76543 (254) 953-5353 http://wbdevelopment.com Land Development

We Deliver

Carlos Linares (254) 383-9177 http://wedelivertotexas.com Restaurant Delivery

WebLink International, Inc.

DJ Muller 571 Monon Trail, #125 Carmel, IN 46032 (317) 872-3909 F: (317) 872-3929 www.weblinkinternational.com Web Design & Development

Wellington Place Living & Rehab Center

Martin Harris 1802 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-4231 F: (254) 778-2877 www.wellingtonplaceliving.com Nursing Homes

Wells Fargo Advisors

Craig Connolly, Financial Advisor 1 North Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 742-1885 F: (254) 742-7714 www.wellsfargoadvisors.com Financial Services

Wells Fargo Advisors

Hugh Shine, Financial Advisor 1 North Main Street Temple, TX 76501 (254) 742-1885 F: (254) 742-7714 www.shine richardson.wfadv.com Financial Services

West Temple Orthodontics Larrissa Cali, DMD, MSD 207 Westfield Boulevard Temple, TX 76502 (254) 899-2500 F: (254) 899-2999 www.west templeorthodontics.com Dentists

Whataburger

Kim House 6705 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-9955 www.whataburger.com Restaurants

Wheels Family Skating Center

Jennifer Alpizar 814 North 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-4141 www.wheelsfamilyskating.com Recreation

Whimsies

Allison Turner 408 Lake Road Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-7024 www.whimsiesboutique.com Boutiques

Wildflower Villas

Office Manager 5227 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-5551 F: (254) 773-5552 www.wildflowervillas.com Apartments

Wildwood Apartment Homes Laura Vargas 4101 West Adams Avenue Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-4335 F: (254) 778-4801 www.wildwoodapts.net Apartments

William T. Wilson, Attorney at Law

William Wilson 100 West Adams Avenue, #301 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 771-5885 F: (254) 771-5887 www.williamtwilson.com Attorneys

Wilsonart LLC

Tim Atkinson 2501 Wilsonart Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 207-7000 F: (254) 207-2039 www.wilsonart.com Manufacturers

Window World

Jack Terry 6906 Woodway Drive Waco, TX 76712 (254) 751-0008 www.windowworldwaco.com Window Replacement

Wings Pizza N Things

George & Laura White Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-1075 www.laurawhiteinterior.com Blinds & Window Treatments

Wildflower Country Club

Wisener’s Auto Clinic LLC

Brad Belson 4902 Wildflower Lane Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-1177 F: (254) 771-2109 www.wildflowerclub.com Clubs - Golf & Tennis

Neil Wisener 1105 South 53rd Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-5959 F: (254) 778-4989 www.wisenersauto.com Auto Repairs & Service

Wildflower Place

Wendy R. Wolfe

Donna Methena 706 Red Coat Drive Temple, TX 76504 (254) 742-1581 F: (254) 742-0425 www.enlivant.com Assisted Living Facilities

Wendy Wolfe Temple, TX 76502 (254) 493-4009 Retirees

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Jonathan Robert 127 Lake Road, #300 Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-9500 F: (254) 933-9501 www.woodgroupfairway.com Mortgage Loans

Yank Sing Chinese Buffet

The Woodhouse Day Spa

David Yeilding

Edmund Chan 1902 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 773-3772 F: (254) 773-3772 Restaurants

Luke Potts 219 South East Street, Suite A Belton, TX 76513 (254) 933-2275 www.nolancreek. woodhousespas.com Day Spa

David Yeilding 5009 Ascot Parkway Temple, TX 76502 (254) 771-3250 Retirees

Woods Flowers

Sara Sharp 2290 Farm to Market 2268 Salado, TX 76571 (254) 444-0404 http://yellowhousebandb.com Bed & Breakfast

Carol & Frank Hajda 1415 West Avenue “H” Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-8506 F: (254) 778-6957 www.woodsbloomingfields.com Florists

Woodward Creative Group, LLC

Sara & Mike Dent 2112 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop, #106 Temple, TX 76504 (254) 778-3663 F: (254) 778-3664 http://wings pizzanthingstemple.com Restaurants

laura white INTERIOR DESIGN

Wood Group of Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation, The

Bill Woodward 219 Westfield Boulevard, Suite #100 Temple, TX 76502 (254) 773-5588 www.woodward creativegroup.com Advertising Agencies

Workforce Solutions of Central Texas Sandra Russell 200 North Main Street Belton, TX 76513 (254) 939-3771 F: (254) 939-3207 www.workforcelink.com Employment Services

Worldclass Management, Inc.

Kenny Martin 2 South Main Street, #200 Temple, TX 76501 (254) 771-5400 F: (254) 771-4000 www.worldclass management.net Rental Property

Wrap Professor, The

Blake Mascari 5902 East Veterans Memorial Boulevard, Suite A Killeen, TX 76543 (254) 432-5721 www.wrapprofessor.com Signs & Banners

Wright Builders

Steve Wright 5640 Kegley Place Lane Temple, TX 76502 (254) 778-4495 www.wrightbuilders.com Home Builder

Yellow House Bed and Breakfast

Yoshi’s

Ngoc Dang 2001 SW H. K. Dodgen Loop Temple, TX 76504 (254) 771-3700 https://yoshisushijapanese. wixsite.com/mysite Restaurants

Your Chamber Connection

Lorraine Deitchman 8208 Bridge Street North Richland Hills, TX 76180 (800) 678-6241 F: (817) 492-0785 www.chamberconnect.com Membership Development

Z Z Medical Aesthetics

Zsa Zsa Howell 2919 South Market Loop Temple, TX 76502 (254) 541-7837 www.zmedicalaesthetics.com Skin Care & Services

Zaxby’s

Barrett Fleming 2002 South 31st Street Temple, TX 76504 (254) 207-0788 www.zaxbys.com Restaurants

Zooty’s

Amy Thomas 1401 South 31st Street, Suite I Temple, TX 76504 (254) 770-0904 F: (254) 770-0906 www.zootysoftemple.com Clothing & Accessories


Membership Directory by Categorical Listing 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com Accountants - CPA

Attorneys

Brockway, Gersbach, Franklin & Niemeier, PC.......................... (254) 773-9907 Jaynes, Reitmeier, Boyd & Therrell, PC.... (254) 776-4190 Henry L.S. Jezek, CPA .................................. (254) 773-6556 Kimmy Jackson & Associates, LLC............ (254) 774-7474 Lott, Vernon & Company, PC........................ (254) 778-4783 Ludwick, Montgomery & Stapp, PC........... (254) 771-0061 Pattillo, Brown & Hill, LLP........................... (254) 791-3460 Alton D. Thiele, PC........................................ (254) 939-0701

Baird, Crews, Schiller & Whitaker, PC..... (254) 774-8333 Baird, Crews, Schiller & Whitaker, PC/Mark Whitaker................. (254) 743-7340 Beard, Kultgen, Brophy, Bostwick & Dickson, PLLC..................... (254) 776-5500 Cappolino | Dodd | Krebs LLP.....................(254) 778-HELP Cure & Francis Law Office........................... (254) 778-8934 Harrell, Stoebner & Russell, PC.................. (254) 771-1855 Johnson Hobbs Squires LLP........................ (254) 262-3925 Linzy & Thigpen, Attorneys.......................... (254) 773-1663 Prater & Ridley, Attorneys........................... (254) 773-9081 Secrest Law Firm........................................... (254) 773-5215 William T. Wilson, Attorney at Law........... (254) 771-5885

Advanced Military Freefall Training IDIS Corp......................................................... (928) 669-0787

Advertising Agencies

Audio/Video

Tractor Creative, LLC..................................... (254) 315-4179 Woodward Creative Group, L.L.C................ (254) 773-5588

Azbell Electronics, Inc................................. (254) 824-0237

Agriculture Temple Feed & Supply Inc........................... (254) 778-7975

Airports City of Temple Airport (Draughon-Miller Central Texas Regional Airport)............ (254) 298-5770

Apartments Apple Creek Apartments.............................. (254) 778-8680 Ariza Temple................................................... (254) 288-0700 The Bridge Apartments................................ (254) 773-0777 Central Texas Housing Consortium............ (254) 773-2009 Echo Station Apartments............................. (254) 899-8100 Encore Landing Apartments........................ (254) 207-0020 Glen Apartments, The................................... (254) 778-1303 Midtown.......................................................... (254) 773-1441 Pecan Pointe Apartments............................ (254) 771-3000 Portico at Friars Creek................................. (254) 228-1100 The Retreat..................................................... (254) 778-6061 Villas on the Hill............................................ (254) 773-4000 Wildflower Villas.......................................... (254) 773-5551 Wildwood Apartment Homes...................... (254) 778-4335

Appliance Sales & Service Sears Hometown Store................................ (254) 770-1221

Architects

Audiology & Speech Pathology American Hearing Center............................ (254) 774-7727

Auto & Truck Towing Temple Towing Inc........................................ (254) 771-1303 Ward’s Towing, Ltd........................................ (254) 773-7486

Auto Dealers Don Ringler Chevrolet-Toyota..................... (254) 774-6500 Garlyn Shelton............................................... (254) 771-0128 Garlyn Shelton Buick/GMC/Cadillac......... (254) 771-0128 Garlyn Shelton Imports................................. (254) 771-0128 Garlyn Shelton Nissan.................................. (254) 771-0128 Garlyn Shelton Volkswagon........................ (254) 771-0128 Jim Turner Chevrolet..................................... (888) 340-3261 Johnson Brothers Ford Lincoln................... (254) 773-5257 Mac Haik Dodge-Chrysler-Jeep................. (254) 773-4556 Tranum Used Cars.......................................... (254) 773-4548

Bed & Breakfast Yellow House Bed and Breakfast.............. (254) 444-0404

Blinds & Window Treatments laura white INTERIOR DESIGN................... (254) 773-1075

Blood Services Carter Bloodcare........................................... (254) 297-4150

Body Shops Epperson Paint & Body, Inc......................... (254) 771-1180

Bottlers Temple Bottling Co., Ltd................................ (254) 773-3376

Boutiques Whimsies........................................................ (254) 933-7024

Brewery Barrow Brewing Company.......................... (254) 947-3544 BJ’s Brewery.................................................. (254) 935-0210

Main Street Bridal......................................... (254) 613-5191

Aviation Bakeries & Delis

MRB Group..................................................... (254) 771-2054

Nothing Bundt Cakes.................................... (254) 213-0157

Art Galleries

Banks

Bell Fine Arts Association........................... (254) 760-5497

BancorpSouth................................................ (254) 771-5550 BBVA Compass.............................................. (254) 770-5145 Central National Bank.................................. (254) 743-6900 Chase............................................................... (254) 899-3810 Citizens National Bank of Henderson....... (254) 899-8181 Extraco Banks................................................ (254) 774-5500 First Convenience Bank inside H-E-B....... (800) 903-7490 First Convenience Bank inside Walmart.. (800) 903-7490 First United Bank & Trust............................. (254) 770-5000 Texas First State Bank.................................. (254) 791-1000

Brookdale Western Hills.............................. (254) 791-8000 Canyon Creek Memory Care........................ (254) 773-3081 Elmcroft of Cottonwood................................ (254) 778-2222 Luvida Memory Care..................................... (254) 613-4119 Stoney Brook of Belton................................ (254) 933-3800 Wildflower Place.......................................... (254) 742-1581

Beauty Salons Best Li’L Hairhouse In Temple..................... (254) 774-7995 Great Clips...................................................... (254) 771-0222 Great Clips...................................................... (254) 939-7771

Auto Lab of Texas.......................................... (254) 773-8006 Cornerstone Automotive.............................. (254) 314-5100 Kabler Automotive......................................... (254) 778-0188 Ponder’s Auto & Fleet Service.................... (254) 773-5993 Take 5 Oil Change.......................................... (254) 774-9255 Troy’s Auto Care & Motorcycle Shop......... (254) 791-8769 Wisener’s Auto Clinic LLC............................ (254) 778-5959

Architectural/Engineering

Assisted Living Facilities

Batteries Plus Bulbs..................................... (254) 640-9610

Bridal Boutique

Kachemak Bay Flying Service.................... (254) 771-0077

Asphalt Paving & Maintenance

Batteries

Auto Repairs & Service

Neal Architectural Group............................ (254) 778-1466 Stantec............................................................ (512) 867-6106

Oldcastle Materials Texas, Inc................... (512) 861-7100

Chupacabra Craft Beer & Salado Lone Star Winery.................... (254) 308-2220 J Kowboy Wine Bar...................................... (254) 773-2228

Bar/Entertainment 3 West Ale House & Grill............................. (254) 935-2004

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Building Materials Acme Brick Company................................... (254) 778-8088


Membership Directory by Categorical Listing TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. Darden Building Materials, Inc.................. (254) 772-3450 Lengefeld Lumber Company........................ (254) 773-2609 Lowe’s of Temple........................................... (254) 778-2090 Surplus Warehouse....................................... (254) 742-0140 Topstone.......................................................... (254) 774-9197 Tri-Supply........................................................ (254) 771-3500

Building Products & Services Integrity Builders Supply............................. (254) 655-4266 Valor Fire Protection..................................... (512) 846-4142

Business Development McLane Group, LP......................................... (254) 770-6100 Small Business Development Center/MCC...................... (254) 598-7480

Cabinet Makers Chupik Cabinets............................................ (254) 718- 9429

Call Centers TeleTech.......................................................... (321) 233-9585

Candles & Gifts Scentsy Independent Consultant................ (254) 231-9275

Car Washes Baird Brothers Express Car Wash.............. (254) 295-0234

Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Best-Way Carpet Services, Ltd................... (254) 770-0932 DynaClean Professional Services.............. (254) 771-3402

Caterers Classic Catering and Rentals...................... (254) 778-8100 Pointe N Tyme................................................ (254) 535-1937

Cellular & Wireless Service Sprint............................................................... (254) 742-9690

Cemetery Hillcrest Cemetery........................................ (254) 773-4626

Chambers of Commerce Belton Area Chamber of Commerce.......... (254) 939-3551 Cameron Chamber of Commerce................ (254) 697-4979 Georgetown Chamber of Commerce.......... (512) 930-3535 Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce.... (254) 526-9551 Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce....... (254) 757-5600 Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce..... (254) 699-4999 Hispanic American Chamber of Commerce Central Texas................... (254) 634-7441 Round Rock Chamber of Commerce.......... (512) 255-5805 Salado Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau..................................... (254) 947-5040 Temple Chamber of Commerce................... (254) 773-2105

Child Support Services Bell County Child Welfare Board............... (254) 247-5723

Childcare Centers Central Texas 4C, Inc. (Head Start)............. (254) 778-0489 Central Texas Children’s Center................. (254) 778-6785

Chimney Sweeps

Colleges & Universities

Cen-Tex Fireplace Solutions....................... (254) 493-9505

Grand Canyon Education.............................. (254) 265-3083 Temple College.............................................. (254) 298-8282 Texas A&M University - Central Texas..... (254) 519-5438 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.............. (254) 295-4500

Chiropractors Advanced Chiropractic................................ (254) 778-2225 Anthony Medical and Chiropractic............ (254) 899-2225 Armstrong Chiropractic Center................... (254) 778-5575 Hill Country Clinic of Chiropractic............. (254) 531-0045 Joint Chiropractic, The................................. (254) 239-5302 Performance Chiropractic & Sports Medicine................................... (254) 773-1121

Christian Books & Gifts Nazareth House Magnificat Center Books & Gifts........... (254) 770-3070

Churches Bethel Assembly of God............................... (254) 778-3126 Canyon Creek Baptist Church..................... (254) 773-6084 Christ Episcopal Church............................... (254) 773-1657 Corinth Baptist Church................................. (254) 778-8463 Eighth Street Baptist Church....................... (254) 773-3034 First Baptist Church...................................... (254) 773-6866 First Christian Church Belton...................... (254) 939-3483 First United Methodist Church-Temple..... (254) 773-5269 Foundation United Methodist Church........ (254) 780-9673 Grace Christian Center ................................ (254) 634-6990 Grace Presbyterian Church......................... (254) 773-2134 Greater Zion Temple Church of God in Christ........................... (254) 778-8000 Harvest Church.............................................. (254) 780-3566 Immanuel Baptist Church............................ (254) 773-2147 Immanuel Lutheran Church......................... (254) 773-3898 Impact Temple Church.................................. (254) 931-0004 Kingdom Builders International Ministries.......................... (254) 541-1336 Lakeview Baptist Church............................. (254) 780-1884 Mt. Zion Baptist Church............................... (254) 778-8635 A New Day Fellowship Church................... (254) 899-9321 Redeemer Presbyterian Church.................. (254) 935-3711 South District Office, CTC UMC.................. (254) 773-2481 St. Luke Catholic Church.............................. (254) 773-1561 Taylor’s Valley Baptist Church.................... (254) 939-0503 Temple Area Co-Ed Ministerial Association.......................... (254) 778-8463 Temple Bible Church..................................... (254) 778-3233 Temple Brethren Church.............................. (254) 778-8759 Unity Church of Temple................................ (254) 770-8086

Cinema Premiere Cinema 16...................................... (254) 791-3901

Cleaning & Organizing Services Regain Your Space........................................ (254) 933-3385

Clinic Community Clinic at Santa Fe (FQHC)........ (254) 519-1229

Clothing & Accessories Cochran, Blair & Potts.................................. (254) 939-3333 Lularoe Roni & Jane..................................... (254) 239-4633 Zooty’s.............................................................. (254) 770-0904

Clubs - Golf & Tennis Wildflower Country Club.............................. (254) 771-1177

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Communication and Leadership Skills Toastmasters International/ Big T Toastmasters................................... (254) 760-9138

Computer Managed Services Lighthouse IT, Inc........................................... (254) 774-9035 Temple Technology Services...................... (254) 931-2453

Computer Services Acer Service Corporation............................ (254) 298-4016

Computer Software Developer Professional Datasolutions, Inc................. (254) 410-7600

Concrete CJ’s Concrete.................................................. (254) 248-0744 Pro Mix Ready Mix....................................... (254) 773-8091

Concrete-Decorative Butterfield Color............................................ (254) 223-1270

Conference Centers Summers Mill Retreat & Conference Center............................... (254) 939-6194

Construction Companies L.M. Armstrong Construction...................... (254) 913-0461 B-Tek Water Services................................... (254) 624-4119 Baird/Williams Construction, Inc............... (254) 773-3499 BCC General Contractor............................... (254) 563-6633 Brisbin-Shoemaker Construction, Inc....... (254) 563-2977 C&G Products, Inc......................................... (254) 774-8002 Chaney Construction Services, LLC........... (254) 986-6002 Chaney-Cox Construction, Inc.................... (254) 939-0741 Cloud Construction Co., Inc......................... (254) 778-1363 CRW Construction Co. Inc............................ (254) 773-9921 Drywall Systems. Inc.................................... (254) 939-3755 Eagle Eye Consulting and Construction, LLC.............................. (254) 231-1876 EBCO General Contractor, Ltd..................... (254) 697-8516 Emerson Construction Company, Inc......... (254) 939-1863 J.C. Wall Construction Inc........................... (254) 774-1423 Maedgen Construction................................. (254) 760-6129 Matous Construction, Ltd............................. (254) 780-1400 MF Construction Inc...................................... (254) 947-8988 MW Builders.................................................. (254) 778-4241 Primoris Heavy Civil..................................... (254) 939-8610 RM Rodriguez Construction, LP.................. (254) 742-0102 Sparta Crane & Construction..................... (254) 613-5646 Vaquero Construction Co. Inc., B.H............ (254) 947-0001

Contractor Services Lone Star Drywall.......................................... (254) 933-3248 MK Services................................................... (254) 760-2025

Convention Centers Bell County Expo Center.............................. (254) 933-5353 Mayborn Civic & Convention Center......... (254) 298-5720


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Document Destruction

Emergency Medical Services

CTWP............................................................... (254) 774-9667 Document Solutions...................................... (254) 939-3065 Johnnie’s Office Systems, Inc..................... (254) 778-7608 Laser Service USA........................................ (254) 239-4695 Ubeo Business Services.............................. (254) 772-1600

RW Lone Star Security, LLC......................... (254) 774-9536

Temple EMS.................................................... (254) 563-3361

Cosmetics & Skin Care Mary Kay Cosmetics..................................... (254) 721-4570

Counseling & Education Services Chupik Counseling & Consulting, PA......... (254) 773-4022

Credit Unions PenFed Credit Union..................................... (254) 773-8852 Scott & White Employees Credit Union.... (254) 778-3199 Temple Santa Fe Community Credit Union......................... (254) 778-7222 Texell Credit Union........................................ (254) 773-1604

Cupcakery & Creamery Smallcakes..................................................... (254) 742-7662

Dance Studios Lisa’s Dance Connection.............................. (254) 778-4344 Pivot Performance Arts................................ (254) 774-8929

Day Spa Royal Oasis Spa............................................. (254) 654-1880 The Woodhouse Day Spa............................. (254) 933-2275

Dentists Carus Dental Temple/Belton........................ (254) 778-3002 Cox/Bond Dental Group, LLP....................... (254) 778-1893 J. Philip Davis, Jr., DDS................................ (254) 773-0055 Forest Trail Dental Care................................ (254) 778-5070 Richard F. Fossum, DDS, PA......................... (254) 778-3900 Lakewood Dental Trails............................... (254) 206-3200 Pazmino Dentistry......................................... (254) 778-3587 Smile Doctors Braces................................... (254) 526-8666 Temple Dental Trails..................................... (254) 771-1115 Temple Total Dental & Orthodontics.......... (254) 405-6066 QTL Dental ..................................................... (254) 231-4948 West Temple Orthodontics.......................... (254) 899-2500

Department Stores Sam’s Club Members Only........................... (254) 774-8402 Walmart #6929................................................ (254) 598-7593 Walmart SuperCenter................................... (254) 778-9235

Distillery Schitz Creek Distillery.................................. (512) 778-5990

Distributors Bell County Beer Distribution Association......................... (254) 778-2748 Coca-Cola Enterprises.................................. (254) 759-7900 H-E-B Temple Retail Support Center.......... (254) 228-2307 Jack Hilliard Distributing Co., Inc.............. (254) 778-2748 KEG 1 O’Neal, LLC.......................................... (254) 773-9933 McLane Company, Inc.................................. (254) 771-7500 Performance Foodservice ROMA............... (254) 778-4519 Walmart Distribution Center #6083............ (254) 770-3600

Donut Shops

Employee Benefits

Shipley Donuts............................................... (254) 773-4451 Shipley Donuts - Belton............................... (254) 939-6965

Resource Benefits Administrators............. (254) 776-6214

DOT Physicals Thumbs Up Compliance............................... (254) 231-0023

Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Care Counseling Services........................... (254) 299-2787 Cen-Tex Alcoholic Rehabilitation Center, Inc....................... (254) 778-2286 Christian Farms-Treehouse, Inc.................. (254) 933-9400

Employment Services CTVHCS-Therapeutic and Supported Employment Services.......... (254) 743-1437 Express Employment Professionals........... (254) 771-5595 Link Staffing Services................................... (254) 294-5465 Manpower...................................................... (254) 774-9722 Nan Vaden’s Temple Temps, Inc................. (254) 791-8367 Spherion Staffing Services.......................... (254) 778-0533 Workforce Solutions of Central Texas...... (254) 939-3771

Energy Services

Drug Testing & Background Research

Panda Temple Power.................................... (254) 598-3700

CNet Technologies, LLC................................ (254) 742-0005

Engineers

Dry Cleaners

BSP Engineers, Inc........................................ (254) 774-9611 Clark & Fuller, PLLC...................................... (254) 899-0899 Comprehensive Engineering Solutions, Inc..................... (254) 742-2050 Kasberg, Patrick & Associates, LP............ (254) 773-3731 Kings E360 Inc............................................... (512) 244-1966 Langerman Foster Engineering Company.(254) 235-1048 Turley Associates, Inc.................................. (254) 773-2400

Comet Cleaners & Laundry.......................... (254) 770-0452 Comet Cleaners & Laundry.......................... (254) 899-2255 Johnnie’s Cleaners & Tailors...................... (254) 613-5638 Johnnie’s Cleaners & Tailors...................... (254) 770-0355 Johnnie’s Cleaners & Tailors...................... (254) 778-2408 Valet Cleaners................................................ (254) 773-5601

Durable Signage & Custom High Pressure Laminates

Entertainment

Education

AT&T................................................................. (254) 791-8347 Bo’s Barn Dancehall..................................... (254) 939-7131 Encryptux Escape Rooms LLC..................... (254) 721-0393 NX Level Entertainment LLC dba NX Level Gaming.............................. (254) 292-8682 Robinson Family Farm, The.......................... (254) 931-9564 Spare Time Fun Center................................. (254) 781-4399 Temple Symphony Orchestra....................... (254) 778-6683

Belton Education Station Learning Center.......................... (254) 933-2110

Event Facilities

iZone Imaging................................................ (888) 464-9663

Economic Development Temple Economic Development Corp........ (254) 773-8332

Electric Deregulation Consultant Ambit Energy.................................................. (254) 778-5990

Electric Power Delivery

Cellar at Pignetti’s, The................................ (254) 778-1269 Main Street Hall............................................ (347) 729-9454 Monarch at Downtown, The........................ (254) 410-3731 Silo & Oak....................................................... (254) 654-0310 Tenroc Ranch.................................................. (254) 760-4071

Oncor Electric Delivery................................ (888) 313-6862

Event Planning Services

Electrical

Event Your Life Design.................................. (972) 832-8362 Pendley Party Productions, Inc.................. (254) 772-2757

Lochridge-Priest, Inc.................................... (254) 773-0003

Electrical Contractors Amos Electric Supply, Inc............................ (254) 778-4271 Bluebonnet Electrical Services, Inc.......... (254) 771-0801 In-Charge Electrical...................................... (254) 231-3982 Industrial Electric Service........................... (254) 778-6549 RK Bass Electric............................................ (254) 698-8751 Templeton Electric........................................ (254) 423-3026

Electrical Equipment & Supplies Goldman Electric Motor Company............. (254) 778-2626 Rexel Electrical & Datacom Supplies....... (254) 778-2808

Embroidery Impressions by Criswell.............................. (254) 770-1949

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Event Rental Celebrations Event Rentals & Design Shoppe....................... (254) 314-2415

Excavating Contractors Construction Service & Materials............. (254) 939-2454 Lone Star Grading & Materials, LLC.......... (254) 947-0149 R.T. Schneider Construction Co., Ltd.......... (254) 933-2529 Shallow Ford Construction Co., Inc........... (254) 778-5244

Exterior Cleaning Heart of Texas SoftWash.............................. (254) 939-1133

Eye Care Gorden Eye Associates................................ (254) 791-2020


Membership Directory by Categorical Listing TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. Farm Equipment United Ag and Turf......................................... (254) 773-9916

Financial Planning Beronio Wealth Planning Solutions.......... (254) 526-6603

Financial Services Ameriprise Financial/Bryan Daniel........... (254) 598-7480 John Bailey Financial................................... (254) 774-8882 Bulls Financial Group................................... (254) 899-9944 DHI Mortgage Company, Ltd........................ (254) 773-7395 Edward Jones/Jennifer Adams, Financial Advisor..................................... (254) 774-9170 Edward Jones/Daryl Riegel Financial Advisor..................................... (254) 791-4630 Edward Jones/Dylan Ripley Financial Advisor..................................... (254) 598-2049 Gunter Financial Services Raymond James........................................ (254) 613-5508 John D. King Financial Group, Inc.............. (254) 773-2001 Merrill Lynch................................................. (512) 415-2120 Sun Loan Company........................................ (254) 770-1116 T.E. Financial.................................................. (833) 369-6663 Wells Fargo Advisors.................................... (254) 742-1885

Fire Protection Services Firetrol Protection Systems......................... (254) 410-7333

Floor Coverings Bell County Flooring..................................... (254) 933-1313 House of Floors.............................................. (254) 554-3430

DuBois Furniture, Inc.................................... (254) 774-9776 First Finance & Furniture............................. (254) 773-4452 Maco Manufacturing.................................... (254) 791-6943 Unlimited Furniture Co................................. (254) 933-9663

Garden Centers & Nurseries Earthscapes.................................................... (254) 773-4668

Gasoline Distributors Fikes Wholesale, Inc./CEFCO Food Stores... (254) 791-0009

General Contractors American Constructors................................ (512) 328-2026 Bounds Commercial Construction, LLC..... (254) 732-1363 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors...... (512) 287-6309

Gift Shops Brickwood Boutique, Gifts & Interiors...... (254) 771-2050 Gifts & Goodies.............................................. (254) 774-6868 Paperdoodles................................................. (254) 773-8331 Wanda’s Uniquely Yours.............................. (254) 778-5990

Glass & Mirrors Glass Doctor................................................... (254) 773-0244

Golf Sammons Golf Links..................................... (254) 771-2030

Gourmet Popcorn & Goodies Off the Cob Popcorn, LLC.............................. (254) 239-5299

Florists

Government

Precious Memories Florist & Gift Shop.... (254) 778-2242 Woods Flowers.............................................. (254) 778-8506

1st Medical Brigade....................................... (254) 553-1555 Bell County Commissioner Pct. 3............... (254) 760-7922 Bell County Judge David Blackburn.......... (254) 933-5105 Office of Senator Dawn Buckingham........ (254) 913-1888 Congressman John R. Carter - Texas 31.... (254) 933-1392 Central Texas Council Of Governments..... (254) 770-2200 City of Temple................................................. (254) 298-5600 City of Temple - HR........................................ (254) 298-5650 City of Temple City Attorney’s Office.......... (254) 298-5674 City of Temple City Secretary...................... (254) 298-5700 City of Temple Finance Department........... (254) 298-5631 City of Temple Fire & Rescue...................... (254) 298-5682 City of Temple Library................................... (254) 298-5707 City of Temple Parks & Recreation............ (254) 298-5690 City of Temple Planning & Development Department................... (254) 298-5668 City of Temple Police Department.............. (254) 298-5536 City of Temple Public Works....................... (254) 298-5621 Directorate Fort Hood Family MW&R........ (254) 287-0337 Ted Duffield/JP, Precinct 1........................... (254) 933-5183 III Corps & Fort Hood..................................... (254) 287-7545 Bell County Court-at-Law #2....................... (254) 933-5125 Parker, Judge Jeanne................................... (254) 933-5128 State Representative Hugh D. Shine District Office................. (254) 742-7616 USDA-Agricultural Research Service....... (254) 770-6500

Food Pantry Churches Touching Lives For Christ........... (254) 778-6885

Food Products & Supplies Emporium Packaging & Spice Company.. (254) 774-9098

Food Service Rosie Jo Meals.............................................. (254) 654-2058

Forklift Sales & Service Equipment Depot, Ltd.................................... (254) 773-2706

Franchise Consultant Coley Group, Inc............................................ (254) 239-5411

Fruit Bouquets Edible Arrangements, Temple..................... (254) 255-4400

Funeral Homes Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home............... (254) 773-3999 Harper-Talasek Funeral Home.................... (254) 773-4564 Hewett-Arney Funeral Home....................... (254) 778-3200 Scanio-Harper Funeral Home..................... (254) 899-8888

Furniture Aaron’s Sales & Lease.................................. (254) 774-9995 Bob Mills Furniture Co., LLC........................ (254) 935-2720

Grocery Stores H-E-B Food Store #071.................................. (254) 773-4145 H-E-B Temple #182......................................... (254) 778-4820 Kerley’s Grocery And Market...................... (254) 773-2495

Gun Shop A&C Firearms................................................. (254) 983-4417

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Gymnastics Centers Powerhouse All Star Cheer & Fitness....... (254) 939-9900

Haunted House Silo of Screams Haunted Attractions........ (254) 780-6747

Health & Fitness 9Round............................................................. (254) 727-4004 Anytime Fitness............................................. (254) 780-3131 Camp Gladiator.............................................. (214) 206-5584 Jazzercise Temple Fitness Center.............. (254) 938-7167 Orangetheory Fitness.................................... (254) 262-0000 Snap Fitness 24-7........................................... (254) 239-0123 Summit Family Fitness Center..................... (254) 298-5348 Titan Total Training........................................ (254) 742-2020 Truecore Fitness............................................ (254) 931-1281 Validus Fitness & Training Gym, LLC......... (254) 295-0319 Mike Villa - Personal Trainer...................... (512) 619-2086

Health & Wellness CenTex CBD, LLC............................................ (254) 295-0139 Elite Therapy Center..................................... (254) 899-8255 Greater Good Medical Massage................ (254) 780-8912 Hooked On Health Wellness Begins at Home....................... (254) 289-9550 Impact Therapy Solutions............................ (254) 892-0527 Martial Zen Temple....................................... (257) 931-2978 Massage Envy Temple.................................. (254) 935-2055 United Planet Fitness Partners................... (254) 477-6777

Health Insurance Plans USHEALTH Advisors...................................... (254) 421-3277

Healthcare AFC Urgent Care............................................ (254) 295-0117 Baylor Scott & White Clinic Temple Professional Plaza II.................. (254) 771-8100 Baylor Scott & White Continuing Care Hospital....................... (254) 215-0900 Baylor Scott & White Convenient Care - Killeen....................... (254) 680-7300 Baylor Scott & White Convenient Care Clinic - Belton............ (254) 933-5600 Baylor Scott & White Health - CTX Division............................... (254) 724-2111 Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s Medical Center..................... (254) 724-KIDS Baylor Scott & White Pharmacy #231........ (254) 953-7777 Baylor Scott & White Pharmacy #227........ (254) 774-1600 Baylor Scott & White Pharmacy #228........ (254) 215-9100 Baylor Scott & White Pharmacy #229........ (254) 933-6000 Baylor Scott & White Pharmacy #230........ (254) 774-1050 Baylor Scott & White Pharmacy #232........ (254) 947-7555 Body of Christ Community Clinic................ (254) 939-9500 Central Texas Veterans Health Care System.................................. (254) 743-2376 Integrated Pain Associates......................... (254) 245-9175 McLane Children’s Scott & White Clinic - Belton........................... (254) 724-5437 McLane Children’s Scott & White Clinic - Killeen.......................... (254) 724-5437 McLane Children’s Scott & White Clinic - Temple.......................... (254) 724-5437 McLane Children’s Scott & White Clinic - West Temple................ (254) 724-5437 PHI Air Medical............................................ (254) 724-6705 Premier ER Plus............................................. (254) 224-8808 Rapid Recovery Center..........................................................


Membership Directory by Categorical Listing 2019 Community Profile | www.templechamber.com Scott & White Center for Diagnostic Medicine......................... (254) 215-0100 Scott & White Clinic - Belton...................... (254) 933-4000 Scott & White Clinic - Belton South.......... (254) 831-2000 Scott & White Clinic - Harker Heights...... (254) 953-7700 Scott & White Clinic - Killeen..................... (254) 680-1100 Scott & White Clinic - Moody..................... (254) 853-2162 Scott & White Clinic - Salado..................... (254) 947-7500 Scott & White Clinic - Temple..................... (254) 724-2150 Scott & White Clinic - Temple Northside.. (254) 742-3700 Scott & White Clinic - Temple Pavilion..... (254) 724-2111 Scott & White Clinic - Westfield................ (254) 742-7400 Scott & White Clinic & Dialysis Center - Temple South Loop.... (254) 935-5853 Scott & White Cosmetic Surgery Center - Temple......................... (254) 791-3223 Scott & White Dialysis Center - Killeen.... (254) 680-1374 Scott & White Dialysis Center - Killeen West............................... (254) 501-6467 Scott & White EMS....................................... (855) 774-1737 Scott & White Eye Clinic - Harker Heights.. (254) 953-7650 Scott & White Family Medicine Clinic - Santa Fe..................... (254) 771-8411 Scott & White Health Plan........................... (800) 321-7947 Scott & White Healthcare Temple Outpatient Pharmacy................. (254) 724-2288 Scott & White Hospice................................. (254) 724-4090 Scott & White Medical Center.................... (254) 724-2111 Scott & White Mental Health Center - Temple............................ (254) 724-2585 Scott & White Mental Health Clinic - Killeen............................. (254) 953-7600 Scott & White Roney Bone & Joint Institute........................................ (254) 724-2663 Scott & White Sleep Institute..................... (254) 724-4189 Scott & White Vasicek Cancer Treatment Center...................................... (254) 724-5918 Temple Community Clinic............................ (254) 771-3374 Temple Pediatric Pharmacy........................ (254) 935-4888 U.S. Dermatology Partners.......................... (254) 778-5400

Heating & Air Conditioning Bell Air Conditioning, Inc............................ (254) 939-1141 Custom Air Texas........................................... (254) 727-5665 Ellis Air Systems............................................ (254) 598-2074 Rohde Air Conditioning & Heating............. (254) 939-2665

Heating, Air Conditioning & Appliance Repair Temple Heat & Air......................................... (254) 771-1012

Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing Temple Winnelson Co................................... (254) 773-0883

Home & Duplex Rentals LVR Management........................................... (254) 771-2228

Home Builder Alethium Star Homes.................................... (254) 721-5116 Arnold Builders.............................................. (254) 742-1072 Ashford Homes............................................... (254) 699-8485 Carothers Executive Homes........................ (254) 939-5100 Cory Herring Homes...................................... (254) 727-9299 D.R. Horton...................................................... (254) 778-8500 DB Fuller Homes............................................ (254) 721-0248 Drews/Hunt Builders, LLC............................ (254) 773-1067 Dusek & Powell Custom Builders.............. (254) 421-2216 Eagle Ridge Builders.................................... (254) 931-1222 Empire Custom Homes LLC.......................... (254) 721-6050

Jarolik Homes................................................ (254) 718-6236 Kiella Real Estate Group.............................. (254) 778-0092 Omega Builders............................................. (254) 773-9966 Stellar Homes................................................. (254) 933-8807 Stylecraft Builders........................................ (254) 548-6263 Wright Builders.............................................. (254) 778-4495

Ice Cream/Yogurt GoGo’s Treatery.............................................. (254) 778-4646 Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt.............................. (512) 652-8901

Import/Export

Home Decor & Gifts

InXpress Central Texas................................. (254) 541-3545

Hub Temple, LLC, The.................................... (254) 598-2293

Individuals

Home Health Services

Luedke, Beverly............................................. (254) 721-1806

Bluebonnet Health Services....................... (254) 772-5577 Disability Services of the Southwest........ (254) 776-6600 Home Instead Senior Care........................... (254) 771-0041 Interim Healthcare........................................ (254) 771-4131 LifeSpan Home Health.................................. (254) 776-6600 Standards Home Health & Hospice........... (888) 671-7007 Visiting Angels............................................... (254) 899-9400

Indoor Play Gym

Home Improvement Quality Builders............................................. (254) 939-3899

Home Inspection Services Healymonster Home Inspections............... (254) 493-2640 Homespec....................................................... (254) 770-8057

Homeownership Services NeighborWorks Homeownership Center.. (254) 752-1647

Honey Production Walker Honey Farm, LLC.............................. (254) 983-2337

Hospice Kindred Hospice Care................................... (254) 742-2000

Hospitals Cedar Crest Hospital & Residential Treatment Center............ (254) 939-4026 Seton Medical Center Harker Heights...... (254) 680-6201

Hotel/Motel America’s Best Value Inn............................. (254) 771-3264 Best Western Temple.................................... (254) 742-1122 Candlewood Suites....................................... (254) 773-8342 Days Inn........................................................... (254) 774-9223 Fairfield Inn..................................................... (254) 771-3030 Hampton Inn................................................... (254) 770-5400 Hilton Garden Inn.......................................... (254) 773-0200 Holiday Inn Express Temple Medical Center........................... (254) 773-5500 Holiday Inn Temple-Belton.......................... (254) 778-5511 La Quinta Inn & Suites.................................. (254) 939-2772 Residence Inn by Marriott Temple............. (254) 773-8400 Stratford House Inn & Suites....................... (254) 778-5521 Super 8 Hotel - Temple................................. (254) 778-0962 Texas Star Cottage........................................ (254) 289-3115 TownPlace Suites.......................................... (254) 727-4277

House Cleaning Services

Lil Dutchess, LLC dba Little Land Play Gym......................... (254) 231-3752

Indoor Shooting Range Hawkeye Shooting Academy/ Czerka Armaments Research................. (254) 295-0951

Insurance David Coufal Agency.................................... (254) 986-2448 Direct Auto Insurance.................................. (254) 295-1502 Farm Bureau Insurance/Davis Ford........... (254) 718-2271 Farm Bureau Insurance/Don Murphy........ (254) 778-4741 Farmers Insurance District 31..................... (254) 531-0484 Farmers Insurance/ Dana Hoelscher Agency......................... (254) 314-2626 Farmers Insurance/ Andrew Rutherford Agency.................... (254) 773-4646 Golden Age HealthPlans.............................. (254) 778-4448 Holmes Murphy & Associates.................... (214) 265-6635 Insurors of Texas........................................... (254) 778-4207 K&W Insurance Agency............................... (254) 770-7236 L&N Insurance Group................................... (254) 771-5581 Morris & Pursley Financial Plan................ (254) 773-5031 The Nitsche Group........................................ (254) 933-1708 David Nix Agency, The................................. (254) 770-3355 Kenny Paysse Insurance Agency............... (254) 778-7136 Purifoy & Company........................................ (254) 773-6844 Right Fit Medicare Store.............................. (254) 295-3636 RVOS Insurance Company........................... (254) 773-2181 Howard Schnorrbusch Agency................... (254) 778-1390 Senior Care of Texas..................................... (800) 240-3675 Sofia Pargo Farmers Insurance Agency.... (254) 228-5316 SPJST Supreme Lodge................................. (254) 773-1575 State Farm Insurance/Mitchel Davis......... (254) 778-8826 State Farm Insurance/Nichole Guajardo.. (254) 773-3276 State Farm Insurance/David Jennings...... (254) 778-4717 State Farm Insurance/Tyler Jermstad........ (254) 774-9090 State Farm Insurance/Lauren Smith.......... (254) 780-3276 State Farm Insurance/Shaffin Wegener ....(254) 228-0369 Texas Benefit Alliance, Inc.......................... (254) 791-8221 USI Southwest............................................... (512) 651-4105 Ward & Moore Insurance Services, LP..... (254) 771-5700

Interior Plant Services Green Life Interiors....................................... (866) 407-5268

Internet Service Provider Grande Communications.............................. (254) 773-1163

Investments

Clear Vision Cleaning................................... (254) 314-5050 English Maids, LLC........................................ (254) 231-0583

Benjamin F. Edwards & Co.......................... (254) 236-6490

HVAC

Ironworks

Lochridge-Priest, Inc.................................... (254) 773-0003

A to Z Ironworks............................................ (254) 716-8483

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Membership Directory by Categorical Listing TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. Irrigation

Tammie Sundin (Honorary).......................... (254) 931-0451

Mobile Home Parks

Empire Seed Company.................................. (254) 778-7109

Liquor Stores

Bird Creek Mobile Home Park.................... (254) 773-9431

Irrigation Service & Repair

Twin Liquors Temple..................................... (254) 899-8946

Mortgage Loans

Locksmith

Capital Farm Credit....................................... (254) 773-3417 Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp........ (254) 933-0036 First Community Mortgage.......................... (254) 771-0020 Guaranteed Rate............................................ (254) 760-3713 Lone Star Ag Credit....................................... (512) 591-2151 Wood Group of Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation, The.................... (254) 933-9500

Richard’s Lawn Sprinklers & Pool Service...................... (254) 982-4014

IT Network Remote Monitoring F8 Tech, LLC.................................................... (254) 220-4868

Janitorial & Bldg. Maintenance Extreme Clean................................................ (254) 770-0008

Janitorial Supplies & Service Smith Supply Co., LLC................................... (254) 773-3592

Jewelry Lastovica Jewelers....................................... (254) 773-5772

Land Development Rancho Lago Development, Inc.................. (254) 307-9115 WB Development........................................... (254) 953-5353

Landscape Management Above It All Tree Care................................... (254) 743-9123 The Grounds Guys of Temple....................... (254) 535-0542 Heart of Texas Landscape & Irrigation Co., Inc............. (254) 939-6795 U.S. Lawns & Landscape............................. (254) 899-0615

Lawn Maintenance

Pop-A-Lock..................................................... (254) 771-3377

Machine Shops Temple Machine Shop.................................. (254) 774-8099

Mail Processing Systems

Motorcycle Sales & Service

Texas Office Systems.................................... (254) 666-2592

Badd Azz Bikes.............................................. (254) 771-0009 Horny Toad Harley-Davidson....................... (254) 743-7200

Manufacturers Belltec Industries, Inc.................................. (254) 939-9404 BJ3 Industries, Inc........................................ (254) 938-2564 E.R. Carpenter LP........................................... (254) 778-0131 DanHil Containers......................................... (254) 773-0704 Datamars, Inc................................................. (254) 598-3440 Jupe Feeds, Inc.............................................. (254) 773-5211 LJT Texas LP................................................... (254) 771-2253 Mars Petcare US Inc..................................... (254) 771-3366 MooreCo., Inc................................................. (254) 778-4727 Panel Specialists, Inc................................... (254) 774-9800 PPG Architectural Coatings........................ (254) 771-3831 QuVa Pharma.................................................. (254) 933-4432 Reynolds Consumer Products..................... (254) 770-4100 Viron International, Inc................................ (254) 773-9292 Wilsonart LLC................................................. (254) 207-7000

Marketing

Leaf It To Me................................................... (254) 421-6926

Dex YP............................................................. (254) 624-6010 Spiel Communication................................... (254) 781-5759

Legal Services

Martial Arts

Blanchard & Thomas, LLP............................ (254) 433-4996

Brick City Martial Arts, LLC......................... (254) 598-2043

Life Members

Media

Mona Fullmer (Honorary)............................. (254) 913-6500 Brian Nelson (Honorary).............................. (254) 771-5581

Patricia Benoit............................................... (254) 778-6068 Townsquare Media....................................... (254) 773-5252

Moving & Storage Services Coleman American Allied Van Lines......... (254) 939-9000 Pods Central Texas........................................ (254) 778-0100 U-Haul Moving & Storage of South General Bruce Drive................ (254) 727-7216 U-Haul Moving & Storage of Temple......... (254) 770-3001

Museums Friars Creek Preserve at Green Oaks................................. Railroad & Heritage Museum..................... (254) 298-5194 Temple Children’s Museum......................... (254) 307-8456

Music Texas Country Gentlemen Barbershop Chorus.................................. (254) 771-2721

Music Classes Kenya’s Keys Voice & Piano Studio........... (254) 300-8096

Nail Salons Estelle Nail Spa............................................. (254) 661-4484 Luxury Nails & Spa....................................... (254) 239-5554 Super Nails..................................................... (254) 295-0910

Newspapers

Medical Equipment & Supplies

Temple Daily Telegram................................. (254) 778-4444

Allumed, Inc................................................... (254) 773-1226 Central Prosthetics & Orthotics.................. (254) 742-2771

Nonprofit Foundations

Your Chamber Connection........................... (800) 678-6241

Family Promise of East Bell Co................... (254) 773-9980 National Mounted Warfare Foundation.... (254) 213-5014 Operation Feeding Temple........................... (254) 718-1983 Temple Health & Bioscience District........ (254) 935-3963

Mental Health Services

Nursing Homes

Central Counties Services........................... (254) 298-7000

Regency Manor.............................................. (254) 773-1626 Wellington Place Living & Rehab Center.(254) 778-4231

Membership Development

Metal Products Centrifugal Castings, Inc.............................. (254) 773-9068 Delta Centrifugal Corporation..................... (254) 773-9055 Metal Sales Manufacturing Corp............... (254) 791-6650 Mueller Inc..................................................... (254) 742-2754

Military Support Programs Bring Everyone In The Zone, Inc................. (254) 681-9112

Ministries J.A.I.L. Ministry, Inc...................................... (254) 933-8506

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Office Supplies & Equipment Perry Office Plus............................................ (254) 778-4755 V-Quest Office Machines & Supplies........ (866) 763-8801

Oils & Lubricants Lubes Plus/Amsoil......................................... (254) 690-2880

Opticians & Optical Labs Dietz-McLean Optical Co., Inc.................... (254) 773-5041 Texas State Optical-Market Loop............... (254) 778-6165


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Paint Contractors

100 Club of Central Texas, The.................... (512) 345-3200 Altrusa International, Inc............................. (254) 563-5961 American Cancer Society............................ (512) 919-1809 American Heart Association-Bell County.(254) 744-1208 American Legion Post 133........................... (254) 493-0720 American Red Cross-HOT Chapter............. (254) 447-1625 AUSA Central Texas - Fort Hood Chapter.. (254) 532-2493 Aware Central Texas.................................... (254) 939-7582 Bell County Master Gardener Association, Inc...................... (254) 933-5305 Better Business Bureau............................... (254) 755-7775 BPO Elks Lodge #138..................................... (254) 773-1311 CASA of Bell and Coryell Counties ........... (254) 774-1881 Centra Mod Train Club.................................. (254) 727-2155 Central Texas Advocates for Parkinson’s..... (254) 338-2413 Central Texas Human Resources Management Association....................... (254) 634-0279 Children’s Advocacy Center of Central Texas........................... (254) 939-2946 Circle of Living Hope.................................... (877) 240-4673 Citizens For Progress, Inc............................ (254) 421-0146 City Federation of Women’s Clubs of Temple........................................ (254) 760-8113 Exchange Club of Temple - Belton............. (254) 289-1292 Fort Hood Area Habitat for Humanity......... (254) 680-4007 Foster Love Bell County................................ (254) 899-5050 Friends of the Temple Public Library......... (254) 298-5707 Girl Scouts of Central Texas....................... (800) 733-0011 Heart of Texas Goodwill Industries, Inc.... (254) 773-5656 Help Heal Veterans....................................... (254) 773-8900 Keep Temple Beautiful, Inc.......................... (254) 493-4000 King Solomon Masonic Lodge #1427.................................. Kiwanis Club of Temple......................................................... Knights Of Columbus..................................... (254) 778-4611 Knob Creek Masonic Lodge #401........................................ Louis Wayne Qualls Detachment #1249 Marine Corps League............................................ Muscular Dystrophy Association............... (512) 691-0065 NAACP - Temple Branch.............................. (254) 563-9889 Newcomers Bag Club, Inc........................... (254) 605-4002 Ronald McDonald House, The.................... (254) 770-0910 Rotary Club of Temple................................... (254) 772-1600 Rotary Club of Temple-South....................... (512) 965-5654 Rural Rental Housing Association of Texas............................... (254) 778-6111 Safe Kids Mid-Texas .................................... (254) 935-4157 Salvation Army, The...................................... (254) 774-9996 Temple Area Builders Association............ (254) 773-0445 Temple College Foundation......................... (254) 598-7435 Temple Founder Lions Club.......................... (254) 773-7391 Temple High School JROTC TX959............. (254) 215-7031 Temple Jaycees............................................. (254) 493-2623 Temple Literacy Council............................... (254) 774-7323 Temple Parks Foundation............................. (254) 298-5690 Temple Professional Firefighters................ (254) 541-9552 Temple VFW Post 1820.................................. (254) 778-5450 Temple-Belton Ladies Lions Club........................................ Un-Included Club........................................... (254) 217-2635 United Way of Central Texas....................... (254) 778-8616 USO Fort Hood................................................ (254) 768-2770

Popelka Paint Contracting, Inc................... (254) 773-9944

Outdoor Advertising Lamar Advertising......................................... (254) 773-3169

Outdoor Sports Hydrofly of Central Texas............................. (254) 239-9005

Packaging/Shipping Outlets Pack ‘N’ Mail.................................................. (254) 778-7600 UPS Store #5884, The.................................... (254) 742-0006

Paper & Janitorial Supplies Gulf Coast Paper Company.......................... (254) 778-6793

Party Supplies Wally’s Party Factory.................................... (254) 778-8797

E&M Consulting, Inc..................................... (952) 737-7115 Integ................................................................. (254) 778-9148 M&D Graphics and Printing........................ (254) 773-4800 PaperGraphics Printing................................ (254) 773-7391 Target Marketing........................................... (800) 933-3909

Professional Development Training & Research Support Topsarge Business Solutions..................... (254) 554-0974

Passenger Transportation

Promotional Products & Apparel

Hill Country Transit District (The HOP)...... (254) 933-3700

Be One Creative Marketing......................... (916) 320-9620 Victory Designs Promotional Products..... (512) 619-9409

Pavement Marking T-N-T Striping................................................. (254) 793-0070

Pawnbrokers

Propane Gas Star Tex Propane Inc..................................... (800) 792-3487 Tri-Co Propane............................................... (254) 642-3885

Gem Pawn Shop............................................ (254) 773-4708

Property Management

Pest Control Services

Barge Properties Management Company.(254) 771-1157 Belfair Development, Inc............................. (254) 239-0372 Heritage Ridge Investments, LLC................ (254) 774-7688 Open Door Properties................................... (254) 239-0090 REAL Star Property Management............... (254) 935-2392 Spradley Properties...................................... (254) 742-7733

855 Bugs.com................................................. (254) 733-0352 ABC Home & Commercial Services........... (254) 314-0031 Ace Pest & Lawn Control............................. (254) 947-4222 ACH Pest Inc................................................... (254) 773-7600 Advantage Pest Control................................ (254) 913-2552 BMI Pest Management, LLC........................ (254) 771-9933

Public Safety

Pet Services

Safe 2 Save LLC.............................................. (409) 651-5507

Almost Home Pet Resort.............................. (254) 939-2501 APAC - Association for a Pet Adoption Center........................ (254) 774-5833 Easy Life.......................................................... (254) 718-5758 Precious Pets................................................. (254) 721-2603

Radio Stations I Heart Media Waco/Temple/Killeen......... (254) 761-6317 Prophecy Media Group................................ (254) 772-6104

Photography Studios

Temple & Central Texas Railway............... (254) 778-8300

Amy Bickel Photography............................. (254) 541-5188

Photography-Freelance Overturf, Jordan............................................. (832) 816-8291 Photo by Skeebo............................................ (254) 773-2537

Plumbing Contractors Blount’s Speedy Rooter................................ (254) 774-7211 Cooper & Bright Plumbing........................... (254) 698-2909 Just in Time Plumbing.................................. (254) 295-6314 Lochridge-Priest, Inc.................................... (254) 773-0003 RAMS Mechanical Services....................... (254) 773-9300 Staas Plumbing Co. Inc................................ (254) 778-2575

Portable Buildings Chavarria Builders........................................ (254) 295-0350

Portable Toilets Paramount Wastewater Solutions, LLC..... (254) 742-2777

Precious Metal Trader Mike’s Gold Buyers....................................... (254) 771-0897

Pregnancy Centers Hope Pregnancy Centers, Inc...................... (254) 773-2453

Printers & Publishers Centex Printing, Inc...................................... (254) 771-2422

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Railroads Real Estate Accent Real Estate Services....................... (254) 773-0900 Brautigan Realty............................................ (254) 221-1811 Century 21 Bill Bartlett/ Melanie Kirchmeier................................. (254) 947-5050 Century 21 Randall Morris & Associates.. (254) 774-1811

Century 21 Randall Morris & Associates /Jeanne Giangacomo.............................. (254) 392-2518

Century 21 Randall Morris & Associates/Tiziana Bigbie.................. (254) 421-0556 Charter Real Estate....................................... (254) 778-6675 Covington Real Estate, Inc./ Teresa McCoy........................................... (254) 541-3556 Covington Real Estate/Terri Covington...... (254) 939-3800 First Texas Brokerage Company................. (254) 773-4400 Keeping It Realty........................................... (254) 935-3808 Keller Williams Realty Ryan Smith Home Selling Team............. (254) 213-5335 Keller Williams Advantage........................ (254) 295-0244 Kelly Realtors................................................. (254) 741-1500 Mahler Group................................................. (254) 760-3489 Mary Jane Roach Realty, LLC...................... (254) 721-0017 Mary Jane Roach Realty, LLC/Steve Roach.. (254) 721-6222 MedPro Homes.............................................. (254) 313-3121 Mud City Realty.............................................. (254) 742-2224 ORO Holdings, Ltd.......................................... (254) 778-9800 Pelham Group................................................. (254) 702-3572 Re/Max Temple-Belton Realtors................ (254) 771-3633 RK Marshall.................................................... (254) 831-9000 Rodney Dunn Co., Inc./Nancy Daniel......... (254) 774-7355 Rodney Dunn Co., Inc./Rodney Dunn.......... (254) 774-7355 Rodney Dunn Co., Inc./Brook Fowler......... (254) 913-0803


Membership Directory by Categorical Listing TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. Rodney Dunn Co., Inc./Guy Fowler............. (254) 774-7355 Rodney Dunn Co., Inc./Grady Tyroch.......... (254) 913-9517 Sojourn Real Estate/Sara Irvine................. (254) 760-0007 Temple-Belton Board of REALTORS, Inc... (254) 773-0410 Vista Real Estate............................................ (254) 231-0209

Worldclass Management, Inc..................... (254) 771-5400

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop.......................................... (254) 742-7747 Gin at Nolan Creek, The............................... (254) 613-4446 Good Life Bakery Cafe, The......................... (254) 295-0610 Grabbagreen Temple..................................... (254) 935-0707 Green’s Sausage House................................ (254) 985-2331 Jason’s Deli.................................................... (254) 771-1948 Jersey Mike’s #15087 Carpo Restaurant Enterprises, LLC........ (254) 228-0040 Jersey Mike’s Subs....................................... (254) 295-0039 La Riv Italian Cuisine.................................... (254) 231-3661 Longhorn Steakhouse................................... (254) 774-1248 Mama Fu’s....................................................... (254) 295-1982 McAlister’s Deli............................................. (254) 742-1720 McDonald’s Restaurant................................ (254) 771-2889 McDonald’s Restaurant................................ (254) 778-0314 McDonald’s/Rosado Enterprises................ (254) 773-3000 Megg’s Cafe & Hamilton Bread Co............. (254) 771-3800 MoJoe Cafe.................................................... (254) 239-5258 O’Briens Irish Pub......................................... (254) 295-0518 Oscar Store..................................................... (254) 983-2175 Pignetti’s.......................................................... (254) 778-1269 Pizza Hut.......................................................... (254) 295-0570 Raising Cane’s................................................ (254) 771-4082 Ratibor Country Grill..................................... (254) 984-2255 Roopa’s Kitchen............................................. (254) 624-0235 Schlotzsky’s.................................................... (254) 778-3400 Secret Chef of Temple................................... (254) 228-0720 Subway Sandwiches.................................... (254) 228-5632 Subway Sandwiches.................................... (254) 742-1040 Subway Sandwiches.................................... (254) 773-2332 Subway Sandwiches.................................... (254) 778-7144 Subway Sandwiches.................................... (254) 899-0777 Subway Sandwiches.................................... (254) 933-7827 Texas Roadhouse........................................... (254) 773-0033 Whataburger.................................................. (254) 771-9955 Whataburger.................................................. (254) 771-1811 Whataburger................................................. (254) 933-0010 Whataburger................................................. (254) 771-0001 Wings Pizza N Things................................... (254) 778-3663 Yank Sing Chinese Buffet............................ (254) 773-3772 Yoshi’s.............................................................. (254) 771-3700 Zaxby’s............................................................. (254) 207-0788

Research Groups

Retail

Amy’s Attic Self Storage............................... (254) 771-3838 Biggie-Mini Self Storage Inc...................... (254) 742-2288 Move It Self Storage..................................... (254) 771-5300 Northwest Hills Self Storage...................... (254) 774-8700 Storage Solutions at Canyon Ridge........... (254) 791-1500

Texas A&M AgriLife Research | Blackland............... (254) 774-6000

Arches Footcare............................................ (254) 773-2693

Senior Care Services

Retirees

Alzheimer’s Texas.......................................... (512) 241-0420 Alzheimer’s Association............................... (512) 592-0990

Real Estate Developers Bell New Line Management, LC................. (254) 743-7365

Real Estate-Commercial & Industrial Aldrich-Thomas Group, Realtors................ (254) 773-4901 Boston Properties.......................................... (254) 780-2021 Central Realty Partners................................ (254) 791-8700 DB Commercial Real Estate/Stan Briggs.. (254) 771-5959

Recreation Wheels Family Skating Center................... (254) 778-4141

Recycling Centers Sunbright Recycling & Disposal................ (254) 776-1977 Temple Iron & Metal..................................... (254) 773-2700

Remodeling & Renovations Double T Construction, Inc.......................... (254) 939-1934 Gage Construction Inc.................................. (254) 778-4243 Heffner Bros. Building Corporation........... (254) 773-0643 Rebath of Central Texas............................... (254) 836-2088 Rudy’s Repair & Remodel, LLC.................... (254) 791-0899 Statewide Remodeling................................. (512) 453-5858

Rental Equipment Services Choice Rentals, Inc....................................... (254) 774-8503 Pro Star Rental............................................... (254) 456-7368 United Rentals, Inc........................................ (254) 778-4449

Rental Property

Restaurant Delivery We Deliver...................................................... (254) 383-9177

Restaurants Applebee’s...................................................... (254) 771-5991 Barton House, The......................................... (254) 947-0441 Bay Street Steak & Grille............................. (254) 314-2229 Benny’s Ristorante Italiano.......................... (254) 771-0169 Bird Creek Burger Co.................................... (254) 598-3158 Buffalo Wild Wings....................................... (254) 774-6966 Burger King/Ampler Burgers, LLC.............. (254) 742-2018 Burger King.................................................... (682) 444-3292 Chick-fil-A....................................................... (254) 771-2020 Chick-fil-A....................................................... (254) 778-1889 Chupacabra Kitchen..................................... (254) 308-2019 Clem Mikeska’s Bar-B-Q Belton ................ (254) 939-3010 Clem Mikeska’s Bar-B-Q.............................. (254) 778-5481 Cotton Patch Cafe.......................................... (254) 771-3899 Cyclone Corral BBQ...................................... (254) 985-2317 Dead Fish Grill............................................... (254) 939-5771 Dynasty Chinese Restaurant....................... (254) 778-4434 El Puerto de Jalisco...................................... (254) 770-1450 Fire Street Pizza............................................. (512) 910-4676 Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers.. (254) 935-2178

Engbrock Partners Ltd.................................. (254) 778-8638 Granfor, Jim & Dorothy................................. (254) 541-3120 Johnson, Kenneth & Pat............................... (254) 760-0897 Jon Burrows................................................... (254) 718-1600 Terri Matthew................................................. (254) 760-1246 W.A. “Buck” Prewitt, III............................... (979) 690-1259 Bill Stokes...................................................... (254) 718-8355 Dennis Turk..................................................... (254) 939-4469 Wendy R. Wolfe............................................. (254) 493-4009 David Yeilding................................................ (254) 771-3250

Tanner Roofing, Inc........................................ (254) 939-0343

Salon & Spa Salon Karen.................................................... (254) 774-7373 Vivy La Rue’s Beauty Lounge, LLC.............. (254) 598-2146

Sandblasting Tex Blast Sandblasting Co........................... (254) 778-8096

School Furniture Stand2Learn, LLC........................................... (254) 913-7137

Schools Temple Charter Academy............................. (254) 778-8682

Schools-Private Central Texas Christian School.................. (254) 939-5700 Holy Trinity Catholic High School.............. (254) 771-0787 St. Mary’s Catholic School........................... (254) 778-8141

Schools-Public Belton ISD....................................................... (254) 215-2002 Temple ISD...................................................... (254) 215-6760 Temple ISD Chief of Communications....... (254) 215-6754 Temple ISD Voc./Transition Coordinator... (254) 215-7125

Security Services Alert 360.......................................................... (512) 568-3200 Eagle Systems, Inc........................................ (254) 776-4610 InHouse Systems, Inc................................... (254) 774-8271 Progressive Protection................................. (254) 933-9025

Self Storage

Shopping Centers Temple Mall.................................................... (254) 778-4847

Signs & Banners Fast Signs Temple.......................................... (254) 231-3332 Signs of the Times......................................... (254) 773-4201 Wrap Professor, The...................................... (254) 432-5721

Retirement Communities

Skilled Nursing Rehab

Country Lane Seniors Community.............. (254) 771-2900 Fairways at Sammons Park......................... (254) 773-3110 Garden Estates of Temple............................ (254) 770-1017 Meridian of Temple....................................... (254) 771-1226

Cornerstone Gardens Healthcare & Rehabilitation.................. (254) 771-5950 Senior Care Centers of Weston Inn............ (254) 298-7300 Senior Care of Marlandwood East............. (254) 899-6500 Senior Care of Marlandwood West........... (254) 743-6201 Senior Care of Western Hills....................... (254) 742-7500

Roofing Contractors Birdcreek Roofing and Construction LLC...... (254) 541-1489 Johnson Roofing, Inc.................................... (254) 662-5571 Keene Roofing Inc......................................... (254) 771-4260 Knowater Roofing & Construction ............. (254) 768-4530 Parsons Commercial Roofing...................... (877) 881-1733 Rebuild Texas Roofing.................................. (254) 233-1331

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Skin Care & Services Z Medical Aesthetics................................... (254) 541-7837


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Television/Cable/High Speed Online

Vapor/E-Cigarettes

Bowling’s Jolly Trolley................................. (254) 778-2080

Spectrum Reach............................................ (254) 761-3957

Vape Excapes................................................. (254) 780-9138

Social Media Management

Temples

Vending Machines

Digital Cowgirl............................................... (773) 428-4295

Hindu Temple of Central Texas................... (254) 771-1270

Automatic Chef Canteen.............................. (254) 754-5611

Social Services

Theaters

Veterinarians

Feed My Sheep.............................................. (254) 913-4220 Heart of Central Texas Independent Living....................... (254) 933-7487

Grand Avenue Theater.................................. (254) 939-5050

Sporting Goods

St. Vincent de Paul of Greater Temple, Inc............................. (254) 773-7591

Animal Medical Care.................................... (254) 778-5246 Family Pet Clinic............................................ (254) 771-0331 Loop 363 Animal Hospital ........................... (254) 742-1516 Temple Veterinary Hospital......................... (254) 773-1411 Temple Veterinary Hospital of Western Hills........................ (254) 773-2128

Tire Dealers

Video Production Service

Bat Country Football Club............................ (254) 598-0281 Centex Storm Soccer Club, Inc................... (254) 791-4625

Firestone Complete Auto Care I-35............ (254) 773-8014 McGuire Tire, LLC.......................................... (254) 773-3114 Tires To You..................................................... (254) 218-3353

Super35 Films................................................. (713) 878-4864 Texas-Pictures............................................... (254) 718-7350

Steel Fabrication

Title Companies

Materials Transportation Co........................ (254) 298-2900

Blackacre Title Company ............................ (254) 245-6902 CentraLand Title Company........................... (254) 771-1346 DHI Title........................................................... (254) 598-2465 First Community Title Company.................. (254) 773-7750 Monteith Abstract & Title Company, Inc... (254) 773-9035

Sports World................................................... (254) 778-2641

Sports Teams

Stone Products & Services Quality Stone.................................................. (254) 793-3791

Storage Buildings & Outdoor Furniture Lone Star Structures..................................... (254) 773-5400

Surveyors Advanced Surveying & Mapping, LLC....... (254) 760-4633 All County Surveying, Inc............................. (254) 778-2272 Quick Inc. Land Surveying........................... (512) 915-4950

Surveyors-Land Ronald Carroll Surveyors, Inc..................... (254) 773-1447

Swimming Pool Contractors Costa Pool & Spa, LLC.................................. (254) 831-5003 Ocean Quest Pools by Lew Akins.............. (254) 933-8370 Ramirez Swimming Pools............................ (254) 773-0765

Tattoo Studio Lucky In Love Tattoo...................................... (832) 603-3723

Technology & Business Consultants Centex Technologies.................................... (254) 213-4740 McLane Intelligent Solutions...................... (254) 791-8300

Technology Services Clutch Technologies..................................... (512) 402-5800 Extraco Technology....................................... (254) 761-2390

Telecommunications Folkerson Communications, Ltd................. (254) 698-0016

Television Stations Channel 6........................................................ (254) 859-5481 KNCT-FM......................................................... (254) 526-1176 KWKT-TV Fox 44............................................. (254) 776-3844 KWTX-TV News Channel 10........................ (254) 699-6506 KXXV News Channel 25 (ABC).................... (254) 754-2525

Thrift Store

Topsoil JDK Topsoil..................................................... (254) 721-2007

Tour Group Coordinators Thrifty Texan Two-Steppin’ Tours............... (254) 939-6994

Tourism Discover Downtown Temple....................... (254) 298-5378 Temple Convention & Visitors Bureau....... (254) 298-5388 Temple Visitor Center................................... (254) 298-5418

Tourist Attractions Bell County Museum..................................... (254) 933-5243

Toys & Comics Terp’s Toys and Comics................................ (254) 231-3623

Training & Development Glenn Shepard Seminars, Inc..................... (615) 353-7125 Temple College Business & Continuing Education Division.......... (254) 298-8625

Travel Agencies Love Group Travel, LLC................................. (254) 239-4000 Megatravel, Inc.............................................. (254) 778-1064

Trophies & Plaques Brazos Stamp & Engraving Inc................... (254) 774-7702 Hilliard’s Trophy............................................. (254) 773-1150

Visual & Performing Arts Cultural Activities Center............................ (254) 773-9926 Temple Civic Theatre.................................... (254) 778-4751

Water & Fire Damage Restoration ServPro of Temple & Belton........................ (254) 771-3055 Specialty Restoration of Texas................... (254) 776-0441

Wealth Management TotalRetirements............................................ (254) 770-3022

Web Design & Development WebLink International, Inc.......................... (317) 872-3909

Welding Gases & Industrial Supplies Temple Welding & Industrial Supply, Inc..... (254) 778-5571

Window Cleaning Clear View Window Cleaning.................... (254) 931-6172

Window Replacement Window World............................................... (254) 751-0008

Wine Bar Blends Wine Bar, LLC................................... (254) 613-4739 Sona Wine Bar & Small Plates................... (254) 935-2060

Winery 3 Texans Winery/3 Texans Vineyard.......... (254) 493-3824 Dancing Bee Winery, LLC............................ (254) 983-2899 Georgetown Winery...................................... (512) 869-8600 Thirsty Mule Winery..................................... (512) 778-5990 The Vineyard at Florence............................. (512) 572-7003

Yacht Clubs North Point Yacht Club................................. (254) 986-1336

Underground Utility Construction

Youth Services

Bell Contractors Inc...................................... (254) 939-3509

Belton Christian Youth Center..................... (254) 939-5759 Central Texas Youth Services..................... (254) 939-3466 Children’s Special Needs Network............ (254) 933-7597 Ralph Wilson Youth Club............................. (254) 773-9001

Utilities Atmos Energy................................................. (254) 662-7448

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Categorical Index of Advertisers TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. we mean Business. Accountants

Medical Clinics

Alton D. Thiele PC............................................................................................................52, 89 Brockway, Gersbach, Franklin & Niemeier, PC................................................................69 Pattillo, Brown & Hill, LLP.....................................................................................................16

Elite Therapy Center..............................................................................................................74 Premier ER Plus................................................................................................................37, 83

Assisted Living Facility Canyon Creek Memory Care..........................................................................................16, 70

Automotive Repair Epperson Paint & Body, Inc.................................................................................................74 Ponder’s Auto & Fleet Service.......................................................................................16, 83

Banks Extraco Banks..................................................................................................................61, 74 First National Bank Texas.......................................................................................................2 First United Bank & Trust................................................................................................21, 75

Building Materials Tri-Supply................................................................................................................................64 Wilsonart LLC...................................................................................................................91, 92

Business and Professional Associations Best Western .......................................................................................................................105 Discover Downtown Temple................................................................................................92

Churches

Miscellaneous AFC Urgent Care....................................................................................................................66 Automatic Chef Canteen.......................................................................................................21 Belton ISD...............................................................................................................................32 Biggie-Mini Self Storage, inc...............................................................................................52 Central National Bank.....................................................................................................93, 98 Century 21 Randall Morris & Associates...........................................................................71 Express Employment Professionals....................................................................................21 First Community Title.............................................................................................................92 Garden Estates of Temple.....................................................................................................65 Golden Age HealthPlans...............................................................................................76, 105 McLane Company, Inc................................................................................... 81, Back Cover Metal Sales Manufacturing.................................................................................................51 Performance Foodservice ROMA...............................................................................82, 105 RWV Financial......................................................................................................................102 Temple Iron & Metal..............................................................................................................52 Turley Associates, Inc...........................................................................................................89 U.S. Dermatology Partners...................................................................................................89 West Temple Orthodontics...................................................................................................91

Moving & Storage Coleman Worldwide Moving..............................................................................................105 PODs Central Texas...............................................................................................................83

Temple Brethren Church.......................................................................................................87

Non-Profit Organizations

Colleges & Universities

Central Texas 4C Head Start................................................................................................30 Choose Temple.......................................................................................................................52 Temple Health & Bioscience District..................................................................................21 Temple ISD..............................................................................................................................30

Temple College.......................................................................................................................30 Texas A&M University - Central Texas...............................................................................31 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.......................................................................................32

Funeral Services Hewett-Arney Funeral Home.............................................................................................105

General Contractor Emerson Construction Company, Inc.................................................... Inside Back Cover

Government City of Temple............................................................................................ Inside Front Cover

Home Health Care Kindred Hospice Care...........................................................................................................79 Visiting Angels - Temple, TX...............................................................................................105

Nursing Homes Cornerstone Gardens Healthcare & Rehabilitation..........................38, 72, Marketplace

Real Estate Capital Farm Credit................................................................................................................21 Century 21 Bill Bartlett/Melanie Kirchmeier.....................................................................71 Kelly Realtors..........................................................................................................................21 Monteith Abstract & Title Company, Inc............................................................................81 Omega Builders......................................................................................................................82 Rodney Dunn Co, Inc / Rodney Dunn....................................................................................1 Vista Real Estate....................................................................................................................90

Signs/Banners - Equipment & Supplies iZone Imaging...................................................................................................................46, 78

Hospitals Baylor Scott & White Health................................................................................................38 Cedar Crest Hospital.............................................................................................................25

Special Events Frank W. Mayborn Convention Center...............................................................................24 Silo & Oak................................................................................................................................86

Housing Encore Landing Apartments................................................................................................16

Staffing Services Spherion Staffing Services..................................................................................................52

Insurance Farmers Insurance/Dana Hoelscher Agency...................................................................75 State Farm Insurance, Tyler Jermstad...............................................................................92

Jewelers Lastovica Jewelers.......................................................................................................79, 105

Surveyors Ronald Carroll Surveyors Inc...............................................................................................16

Theaters Grand Avenue Theater....................................................................................................59, 76

Marketing Digital Cowgirl........................................................................................................................73

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