April Chamber Newsletter

Harrington-Chamber-Newsletter-front-page-V2-I2The latest issue of the Harrington Area Chamber of Commerce Newsletter (Volume 2, Issue 2) was mailed out to Harrington Residents and provided to local businesses. This issue began with a reminder about the upcoming Cruizin’ Harrington on May 19th:

The 7th annual car show is from 9am – 3pm at The Studebaker Garage with raffles, 50/50, trophies, live music and catered food by Longhorn Barbecue. Community wide yard sales will be going on, as well as a rummage sale at Harrington School put on by the Harrington PTA. The Historic Harrington Opera House will also have a rummage sale from 9am – 3pm and is hosting a wonderful quilt show again this year from 9am – 4pm with possible live piano and flute music being played from 1pm – 2pm by some local residents. Golf specials start Friday May 18th and go through May 20th if you enjoy golfing Harrington’s 9 hole course. Reservations are currently being taken for a fabulous prime rib dinner on the 19th at Harrington Golf & Country Club, so act now to get a seat. The Harrington FFA will have a plant sale behind the school in the greenhouse during the day. Vendors, crafts, a beer garden and activities along with a taco truck will be on the streets in historic downtown Harrington. There will be a local artist Leslie LePere with art being displayed at The Post & Office that day and the whole month of May. You can take a tour at Hotel Lincoln, the Electric Hotel showing off its extensive ongoing restoration and renovation. Come on down and hang out with our community, there is plenty to see and do for the whole weekend.

Additional articles included mention of the new look to this website as well as other social media links to follow and join in the promotion of Harrington and Harrington happenings. Also mentioned: the Chamber’s new collaboration with Huckleberry Press, status update on the vacant lot (some people refer to as the Opera House Square) and a “thank you” to all who are participating and volunteering to help build and restore our community. Inserts from many local organizations and events were also attached to the newsletter.

You can read the latest issue of the Harrington Chamber Newsletter here