Where there’s a will, there’s a way.

And the Waxahachie Chamber has been paving the way for nearly a century to build local business and support entrepreneurs of Waxahachie.

If you haven’t joined the chamber community already, the chamber is still working for you. Behind the scenes or in the spotlight.

A rising tide lifts all boats – and the chamber exists to make sure the tide is always rising in Waxahachie.

On Tuesday of this week, the chamber staff and members volunteered to assist the North Texas Food Bank to serve hundreds of families in need.

On Thursday, Aug. 4, the chamber staff and members will convene at the Doves Nest Restaurant downtown Waxahachie at noon for their monthly Speed Lead Luncheon.

With a booming audience online and a thriving network of nearly 700 business leaders, the Waxahachie Chamber remains one of the most cutting-edge leaders of our town.

In an interview with Bryan Wooten, chairman of the board at Waxahachie Preparatory Academy – Bryan speaks of their experience as an unconventional educational model in Ellis County:

When did you start your business in Ellis County?

“Waxahachie Prep opened in the fall of 2001.”

Why did you choose to open your business in Ellis County?

“Our desire as a school is to provide families in Ellis County with an excellent option for a Christ-centered education for their children. We believe our collegiate-style hybrid school provides families with a proven, flexible, and cost-effective educational option.”

What is your favorite part about what you do?

“We love partnering with parents to provide students a Christ-centered education through rigorous academics, an active school culture and the cultivation of spiritual growth producing a life of faith in and obedience to Jesus.”

What do you love most about the Waxahachie Chamber?

“We love being a part of a chamber that actively partners with businesses and nonprofits to collectively seek the welfare of our great city and county.”

If you have yet to enroll for chamber membership, you can enroll online at waxahachiechamber.com.

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