The location is The Coliseum in Snyder, Tx.
Address: 900 E Coliseum Dr
Snyder, TX 79549
There is a ” Service animals only” policy in The Coliseum
Our manager, Darla Wiggins, and Event Coordinator Stormey Fargason were willing and able to provide all our needs. Thank you, ladies!
NEW Information will continue to be added as it is processed :
COMPLETE INFO WILL BE IN THE 2017 STATE MEET MAGAZINE
The magazine has been mailed! Here are images of the front and back.
We had a great meet with 71 registrations and 110 people attending.
The Registration Desk was busy and had qualified help to get the meet started:
Gene Sargent, Jane Press, Joellen Stanley, and Chrysti Love, TCC Secretary
The Early Bird dinner at Jonie’s Cafe was attended by 71 members. The Auction of baked goods and donations gave $935. to the American Cancer Society.
Safety Advisor/V.P. Richard Kesselus lead the Thursday morning ride was from Snyder to Colorado City via farm to market roads.
The Sinclair Station was opened to visitors Thursday afternoon. Lynn Fuller provided cold drinks and popcorn. Raymond and Chrysti Love were interviewed and the article was published in the Friday Snyder Daily News.
Thursday night the Ice Cream Social and Auction was held in the Westerner Room inside The Coliseum.
Friday, Richard Kesselus lead a ride from Snyder to Fluvanna, off the Caprock down to Lake Allen Henry. 54 had lunch at Ziska’s on the Brazos.
The Scooter Judges had work to do on Friday night.
Don Henry, Frank Turbeville, Raymond Love, Ben Sargent, Tommy Goode, James Press, Head Judge, and Richard Kesselus
Show Scooter winners were awarded at the banquet.
14 entered the 100 year ride on Saturday morning. Tom Redditt had a combined total of 153 years.
29 Ladies attended the Highlander Honeys luncheon on Saturday morning. 6 rode their scooters to Apple of my Pie for lunch.
During the Ladies lunch, the Sled Pull was being held in the dirt behind The Coliseum.
The Saturday night banquet was catered by Rough Creek Catering of Rotan. Excellent Food.
The Veteran of the Year was awarded to Mike Johnson.
Sweethearts of 2017 were Jack and Emma Miller.
The “Win Big” raffle was a great success. Over 1100 tickets that were earned by presenting a receipt from a Snyder Chamber of Commerce member were in the drawing.
Winners were: Air Compressor: Frank Turbville, Battery Charger: B.F. Smith, and the Texas Cushman Patch blanket: Joyce Pearce. The Snyder Chamber of Commerce President, Linda Molina and her husband, David, attended the banquet.
Following are photos taken at the tables during the banquet.
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July 29, 2017:
Early bird dinner planned on Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017.
RV Parking on Coliseum lot. No reservations. Plenty of spaces. See Ben Sargent
****Best Western – 325-574-2200 810 E Coliseum Drive (Closest and ask for TCC rate)
American Motor Inn – 325-573-5432 1307 E Coliseum Dr
Baymont Inn & Suites – 325-573-3700 1005 E US Hwy 180
Beacon Lodge – 325-573-8526 1900 E Hwy 180
Budget Inn – 325-573-0586 1006 25th Street
Comfort Inn – 325-515-7550 1774 US Hwy 84
Days Inn – 325-573-1166
800 E Coliseum Dr
Executive Inn – 325-436-0594 314 Coliseum Dr
Extended Stay – 325-436-0266 700 E 37th Street
Fairfield Inn – 325-573-1400 5207 College Avenue Hampton Inn – 325-515-7555 1801 E Roby Hwy
Holiday Inn Express – 325-573-0376 1305 E Coliseum Dr
Motel 6 – 325-573-1961
1137 E US 180
Purple Sage – 573-5491 1501 E Coliseum Drive Travel Inn – 573-2641 1001 25th Street