Flavor of Duncanville – March 15, 2018

March 15, 2018 4 – 8 p.m.

Duncanville High School
900 W. Camp Wisdom Road – Duncanville

Adults – $10 & 5 & Under –Free

Students & Senior (62) – $7

Tickets Available at the Chamber Office & Champions Cove

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2017 Chamber Awards Recipients

Pictured at left is Dale Ware, to the right is Phyllis Lambert.

2017 Man & Woman of the Year

Dale Ward & Phyllis Lambert

Chairman’s Award

Tim Maiden – Frost Bank

Pioneer Award

Tom Fowlston – AV, Pro.

Entrepreneur Award

Raul Rios – City View Tacos

Chamber Member

Dawn McCallum – Century 21 Judge Fite

Newcomer Award

Robyn Mota – Republic Services

Celebrate Duncanville – January 18, 2017

Please join us for a special evening to

“Celebrate Duncanville”

Hosted by the City of Duncanville and the Duncanville Chamber of Commerce

Mayor’s State of the City Address and Awards of Excellence
Chamber Awards including Man & Woman of the Year

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Hilton Garden Inn
800 N. Main Street,

Cash Bar Social – 6:00 p.m.
Dinner – 7:00 p.m.
Program & Awards to follow.

$50 per guest ~Black Tie Optional

Reserved Table of 8 Eight – $450

RSVP by calling 972.780.4990 or emailing hilda@duncanvillechamber.org

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Sandra Meadows Classic – Congratulations Pantherettes

We would like to thank the teams and fans that participated in the 67th Annual Sandra Meadows Classic and hope you will be back to see us next year.

Here are the results of the tournament:

Championship – Duncanville

Second Place – Harvard-Westlake (CA)

Third Place – Sierra Canyon (CA)

Fourth Place – Frisco Lone Star

Fifth Place – Jersey Village

Sixth Place – Plano West

Silver Bracket – Conway (AR)

Consolation – Frisco Liberty

The following athletes have been chosen for recognition as the All Tournament Players:

  • Frisco Liberty #55 Kelsey Kurak
  • Waxahachie #11 Sara Bush
  • Plano West #13 Jayden Owens
  • Jersey Village #10 Kalynne Troung
  • Jersey Village #15 Kaleah Troung
  • Plano #21 Lolo Davenport
  • Conway Arkansas #24 Asiyha Smith and #5 Myia yelder
  • Sierra Canyon #25 Ashley Chevalier
  • Frisco Lone Star #3 Marllory Admas
  • Sierra Canyon #23 Ryan Payne
  • Harvard Westlake #44 Kiki Iriafen
  • Harvard Westlake #11 Jayda Ruffus-Milner
  • Harvard Westalke #12 Ashlee Wang
  • Duncanville #45 Krislyn Marsh
  • Duncanville #20 Aniya Thomas

Outstanding Defensive Player – Duncanville #41 Hannah Gusters

Outstanding Offensive Player – Harvard Westake #14 Jayla Ruffus-Milner

MVP of the 65th Sandra Meadows Classic – Duncanville #00 Zay Green

November Monthly Chamber Luncheon

Keynote Speaker

Coach Cathy Self-Morgan

“Tough Love”




$200 PER TABLE (8)


Coach Cathy Self-Morgan is in her 18th season at the helm of the Duncanville Pantherettes. She has compiled an amazing record of 1100 wins and 208 losses, an 83% winning record in her 39 years of girls high school varsity coaching. She led the Pantherettes to the State Championship in 2003, 2012, 2013, 2016, and 2017. In 2004 and 2014, the Pantherettes lost in the state finals. From 2012 to 2014, Coach Self-Morgan’s Pantherette teams won an amazing 105 consecutive games. In 2016 her team finished #1 in 5 National polls. Her Duncanville teams have made it to the playoffs all 18 years of her tenure.

Before coming to Duncanville she led the Austin Westlake Chaparrals to the Class 5-A state Championship in 1995 and 1996 and the 4-A State Championship in 1993. In 1992 her Westlake team made it to the Final 4. She has coached teams to the state playoff’s thirty three years and has never had a losing record.

In 2016, Gatorade recognized Coach Self-Morgan with the prestigious “Excellence in Coaching” Gatorade Coach of the Year Award that was awarded to one female high school coach in the Nation.   In 2014, Coach Self-Morgan was named to the National high School Girls’ Basketball Naismith Coach of the year and was named the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Coach of the year. In 2013, Coach Self-Morgan was named USA TODAY National Coach of the Year, MAX PREPS National Coach of the Year, Texas Girls Coaches Association Coach of the Year, and Dallas Morning News Coach of the Year. She was also named National Federation of High Schools Sectional coach of the Year. In 2012 she was Named Texas High School Girls and Dallas Morning News Coach of the Year. She was also named ‘Woman of the Year” in 2012 by the Duncanville Chamber of Commerce. In 2011 she was honored with the UIL Sponsor Excellence Award. In 2010 Coach Self-Morgan was named National High School Girls Basketball Coach of the Year by the National High School Coaches Association. Texas Sportswriters have named her Texas High School Coach Girls Basketball Coach of the Year 4 times, and while at Westlake was named Centex Coach of the Year an unprecedented 10 times between 1980 and 1996. She has had the honor of coaching Texas All Star teams five times and was a floor coach for the USA Junior Olympic Trials in Colorado in 2000. In March 2004, she was selected to coach the McDonald’s All American All Star game held in Oklahoma City and was awarded that honor again in March 2010 when the McDonald’s game was held in Columbus, Ohio. In April 2016, she was the head coach of the All American West team that played in the Jordan Brand Classic in New York.

Coach Self-Morgan began her career in South Texas where she played at Jourdanton High School. She went on to play at Temple Junior College on scholarship for one year before transferring to the University of Texas in Austin where she was one of the first women on athletic scholarship in basketball and played for Jody Conradt her senior year. While at Texas she was honored as the Most Valuable Player of the team in 1975, Co-Most Valuable Player in 1976, and won the Scholar Athlete award in 1977. She graduated summa cum laude with highest honors in 1977. She received her Master’s in Education from Texas State University, San Marcos, in 1984. Coach Self-Morgan was inducted into the Hall of Honor at the University of Texas, Austin, in 2004.

Coach Self-Morgan is married to Jack Morgan. Jack keeps the book for all away games and is the announcer for home games. They have three married daughters and 9 grandchildren. With a strong tradition already established, Coach Self-Morgan continues to utilize her expertise and capitalize on her passion for the game of basketball in coaching the Duncanville Pantherettes. She also served the Duncanville Independent School District as the Athletic Director for past 8 years and just recently stepped aside to devote full time to the pantherette program.

Rockin’ the Past & Rollin’ to the Future Raffle Tickets Now Available

Duncanville Dozen Raffle Ticket | $10 each, 3 for $25, or 15 for $100

  1. Andrew’s Distributing – Beer for a Year $360
  2. 55” VIZIO 4K Ultra HD TV – Costco $540
  3. Spa Package Basket – Session’s Hair & Nails $250
  4. Dry Clean Super Center Cleaning for a Year $360
  5. Return To Romance Weekend Package – Hilton Garden Inn $450       
  6. DCT Theatre Tickets, Roma’s & Best Western Plus Certificates $360
  7. Little Caesars for a Year $360
  8. Subway for a Year $400
  9. Round of Golf for Four – Golf Club of Dallas $250
  10. Gold-N-Things Seiko Clock $650
  11. Chubby’s Restaurant for a Year $420
  12. Chick-Fil-A for a Year (basket) $400

Total Raffle Value $4,800

Do Not Need to Be Present to Win! Win One or More Prizes!

The More You Buy, The More

Chances to Win!

Drawing To Be Held In September.

Rockin’ the Past & Rollin’ to the Future – September 30, 2017

September 30, 2017

Hilton Garden Inn
800 N. Main St.
Duncanville, TX 75116

Auction Preview & Cocktail s- 6 p.m.
Dinner, Music, & Dancing – 7 p.m.
Live Auction During Intermission

Suggested Attire: “Casual Chic”

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Recognizing former Chairs of the Board

Reservations & Information – 972.780.4990

With music & dancing by Sean Mitchell and the Big City Music Revue.



premium placement for 8 – table sign with logo – 8 drink tickets


reserved seating for 8 – table sign with logo


single ticket – open seating

RAFFLE TICKETS* – 1:$10 – 3:$25 15:$100


*Need not be present to win Raffle drawing or Big Spender cash

All attendees eligible for grand prize drawing at concert finale

No tickets will be mailed – Reservations will be held at the door

Net event proceeds to benefit Duncanville Chamber of Commerce

2017 Flavor of Duncanville Expo Winners

2017 Flavor of Duncanville Expo

Congratulations to the following winners

2017 Candidates Fourm

The Duncanville Chamber of Commerce &
The Duncanville Rotary Club Presents

the 34th Annual 2017 Candidates Forum

Held on April 20, 2017 at the Shine Performance Hall on the Duncanville High School Campus.

Have a Chance to Meet The Candidates!!



**Renee McNeely Todd H. Durant
Patrick LeBlanc
 Chad Jackson
Cassandra Phillips
**Dennis Schwartz
Matthew J. Jones
  **Leslie Thomas-Unopposed
** denotes incumbents Frances Rizo

Early Voting begins April 24— May 2 at the Duncanville Library

VOTE Saturday, MAY 6, 2017 at your precinct location

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Golf Classic Results

 Duncanville Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic

Presented by Methodist Charlton Hospital

1st Place

Red Bird Lanes Team

–       Billy Cathey

–       Lauren Cathey

–       Chance Cathey

–       Whitney Ludwick

2nd Place

Lott Companies Team

–       Mark Boyd

–       Steve Davis

–       Clay Guest

–       Trey Williamson

3rd Place

Proforma A to Z Specialties Team

–       Tom Kennedy

–       Gary Brown

–       Burt Walker

–       Karl Patterson

Last Place

Methodist Charlton (Received Bowling Gift Certificates)

–       Preston Miller

–       Dick Griner

–       Dr. Robert Garza

–       Lorenzo Manquero