Photo Album Sculpture Capital of Texas Celebration Rep. Ashby unvieled the Sculputre Capital of Texas plaque as County Judge Byron Ryder, Mayor Pro Tem Tammy Coulter, JEDC President Amit Patel and JACC President Chad Prior looks on. City of Jewett Mayor Pro Tem accepts a flag that was flown over the State Capital from Rep. Trent Ashby. State Representative Trent Ashby recites the Pledge of Allegience to the American Flag. Leon FFA Members presented the Flags and led in the Pledges to begin the Celebration. Leon Family and Consumer Sciences Members prepared and served refreshments during the Celebration. The Leon High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Bill Boyle, provided entertainment prior to the start of the Sculpture Capital of Texas Celebration. JEDC President Amit Patel presides of the Sculpture Capital of Texas Celebration.jpg Flea Festival SPLASH!! Leon County Sheriff Kevin Ellis was a great sport while taking his turn on the dunking booth. Jewett Green and Nucor Steel partnered together to hand out 500 free Mexican White Oak Trees during the day. RanP Concessions spent the day trying to avoid the alligator as they sold tons of alligator bites. The bounce house was a big hit with kids of all ages. Shoppers spent the day checking out all the vendor booths and taking home tons of new items including jewelry, home decor, clothing, and much more. The Leon County Crimestoppers shared information about this new organization during the Flea Festival. 2014 Annual Jewett Area Chamber of Commerce Harlem Ambassadors Just a few of the students involved in the game. All the Harlem Ambassadors The Queen of the Show, Lade Magic Lade Magic posed with the referees for the night. More fun with the kids. Musical Chairs was all the rage during the game. Jewett Police Chief Sean O’Rielly goes for a shot. Leon ISD Superintendent Mike Baldree went for a long two pointer. Jewett Public Works Director Matt Martin got a lesson from Lade Magic about how to dress while playing basketball. Jewett Police Chief Sean O’Reilly showed his dance moves at half-time. Coach Jason Evans got into the act, showing he could strut his stuff, during the game. Dean Stanford Precinct #3 Commissioner Dean Stanford won the autographed basketball during the game. Jewett Volunteer Firefighter Chisum Botello just couldn’t keep this Ambassador from the net. Coach Foley got a little help with is push-ups. Slam Dunk Who wears Spongebob boxers? This guy!!! After the game, children and adults lined up to get signatures of all the Harlem Ambassadors team members. Here’s another shot of even more students waiting to get signatures. The Harlem Ambassadors presented a certificate of appreciation to Chamber President Chad Prior for hosting the Harlem Ambassadors.