The long wait is over, Comanche. All your hard work and unmeasurable efforts have paid off. The Depot has been saved, new life breathed into it. And, it is now home to the Comanche Chamber of Commerce, Visitor’s Center, and railroad memorablilia.
Comanche rose up for a cause and followed it through to the end. Now, then, is the time to celebrate! Friends of Historic Comanche invite you all to the grand opening and 100th birthday celebration of the Comanche Depot on this Saturday, September 15th, 2012 from 5pm – 7:30pm.
With free hot dogs and hamburgers being served all while enjoying live musical entertainment, this is sure to be good fun for the whole family. Come out and tour the Depot and see just what a community can accomplish when they come together and work together towards a common cause.
Judson Woodley, Jessie Evans, Carrissa Cole, Calvin Milburn, Boy Scout Troop 67, and the CHS Sign Language Class will be providing the evening’s entertainment. John Dudley, president of Friends of Historic Comanche, will be addressing the community. Mike Carey will have his antique cars on display, and David Woolam will be bringing his chuckwagon.
So, come on out, Comanche, and celebrate what your hard work has accomplished!