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      Needville ISD Superintendent Curtis Rhodes was the keynote speaker for the Needville Area Chamber of Commerce banquet at the Columbus Club Hall. Rhodes talked about the district’s top ratings in several areas, unprecedented growth and top ratings, and credited its staff love and sincere concern for students with its success.
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      Needville ISD Superintendent Curtis Rhodes, left, presents longtime Trustee Jim Kocian with the Needville Area Chamber of Commerce’s new Humanitarian Award at the Chamber’s Banquet Thursday evening. Kocian was surprised by the award, which was bestowed on him for his 32 years of service on the school board.
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      LaNette Schultz, left, was surprised Thursday night with the Needville Area Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year Award, presented by Chamber President Bradley Stavinoha. Schultz, a longtime volunteer with the Needville Harvest Festival and other community organizations, was honored for her dedication and service to the community.
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      From left, Tom and Susan Wallis are the recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award, a new honor bestowed by the Needville Area Chamber of Commerce for a life of service to others. Presenting the award and the annual Chamber banquet Thursday evening was President Bradley Stavinoha, who thanked the Wallises for their love of the community and its residents.
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      At the annual Needville Area Chamber of Commerce Thursday, Al Mercer Jr. Pest Control was honored as Business of the Year for all it does for the community. At left is Al Mercer Jr., accepting the award from Chamber President Bradley Stavinoha.
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      February 2020 Business of the Month - Needville Feed & Supply
  • Needville Area Chamber of Commerce

    As the voice of business, the Needville Area Chamber of Commerce mission is to create prosperity in the Needville area business community. The Needville Area Chamber of Commerce strives to work together with its members to build a healthy economy and to improve the quality of life in the Needville area. 

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  • History of Needville Area

    Needville is at the intersection of Farm roads 1236 and 360 and State Highway 36, fourteen miles south of Richmond in southern Fort Bend County.  The community was established about 1891 by August Schendel, who built a home, a store, and a cotton gin on the high prairie and called it Schendelville.