Chamber News

Greenwood Chamber of Commerce Yule Run 5K

December 11, 2021

Registration On-Line Only

Register Online Here

Race Starts at 9:00 am
Early Registration $25
(by 5pm Dec 10th)
$35 After

T-Shirt to the first 100 to pre-register

Pre-registration $25 (by 5 pm Dec 10th)
$35 day of race (No entries will be accepted after 8:45 am)
T-Shirt to the first 100 to pre register

Early package pickup Friday Dec 10, 5pm to 7pm at the Chamber office, 16 Townsquare

Check in at the Edge Building (only if you did not pick up day before) 8-8:45 am
#2 W. Center (Corner of Main and Center)

2021 Chamber Christmas Parade

“A Story Book Christmas”

Monday December 6th, 7pm

Line up starts at 5:30 off Daisy Street behind H. B Stewart Center

We are collecting non-perishable food for distribution by the Parent Center

You are allowed to throw candy.

Thank you to prize sponsors – Marsha Hunt Productions, Phil Hicks Shelter Insurance, Yeagers, Walters, Allison, Parker & Estell Law Firm, First National Bank of F. Smith, Greenwood Auto Show.

Bean Feed

Prior to parade at 5:30 - 6:45 pm in front of the Chamber office

Pinto Beans with Ham, Cornbread and a Bottle of Water Free!!


Grand prize - $150 - Marsha Hunt Productions
True Meaning of Christmas - $100 - Phil Hicks Shelter Insurance
Best use of Lights – $100 - Yeagers
Most Original - $100 – Walters, Allison, Parker and Estell Law Firm
Best Theme – $100 – First National Bank of Fort Smith
Best Show Car – $100 - Greenwood Auto show

Donations of non-perishable breakfast foods will be collected at the Chamber office or at the entrance of the parade.

Examples: Canned Fruit, Hot and Cold Cereals, Rice, peanut butter, jelly (no Glass) Pop Tarts, Canned or pouched juices, Pancake Mix, Syrup, Powdered Milk, Granola Bars, Cereal Bars, Nuts and dried fruit, Canned gravy.

For Details Contact: or 479-996-6357

Download Parade Entry Form

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Jason Baggett

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