Western Weekend-Dogwood Festival
Last Weekends in March and First weekend in April. Visit www.tylercountydogwoodfestival.org for more information.
Alabama-Coushatta & Naskila Gaming
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Visit Naskila Gaming for food and fun!
One graduating senior from one of the five schools in the county will have a chance at an
$800 scholarship to put toward collegiate costs during the Fall 2023/Spring 2024 semester.
Seniors who wish to apply toward the scholarship must write an essay, with a minimum word count of 1,500 words concerning this topic: What strategies can Tyler County implement to attract and retain young professionals? The applicant must include, along with the essay and title, their name, phone number, school and intended college.
In the essay, the writer is to consider the challenges facing rural communities, and analyze factors such as job opportunities, quality of life, affordable housing and access to education and healthcare.
The essays are due by Friday, April 28, and a hard copy must be submitted. Email submissions will not be considered. The winning essay will be announced on Friday, May 12, and the winner will be contacted by phone.
Applicants may drop off their entries in person, at the Chamber office, located at 717 West Bluff Street in Woodville during business hours of 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, or mail to Senior Scholarship c/o Tyler County Chamber of Commerce, 717 W. Bluff St., Woodville, TX 75979.
Any questions concerning the scholarship contest can be directed to Chamber Executive
Director Holly Wells by email at: email@example.com, or by calling 409-283-2632.
Scholarship will be awarded in 2 payments (½ first semester and ½ second semester)*Winner must present semester class schedule in order to receive payments*