Collingsworth Chamber plans 2021 Wild & Free

Courtesy Photo Wonder Women, also known as Blair Ward and Berkeley Ward, participate in the August 2019 bicycle parade around Collingsworth County Courthouse Square during the first Wild & Free on 83 events in Wellington.

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Wonder Women, also known as Blair Ward and Berkeley Ward, participate in the August 2019 bicycle parade around Collingsworth County Courthouse Square during the first Wild & Free on 83 events in Wellington.

WELLINGTON — Explore the rich heritage of the Eastern Panhandle during the 2021 Wild & Free on 83 events to promote the communities of not only Wellington but Childress, Shamrock and Wheeler too. Collingsworth County Chamber of Commerce has planned a full weekend for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 6, 7 and 8.

Activities kick off Friday evening with free hot dogs at the WAV (Wellington Aquatics Venue). Provided by Pilgrim Bank and Wellington State Bank, the meal will be served from 7:30 – 10 p.m. or until they run out. The WAV has a special $5 admission fee that evening. The WAV will be open from 1 – 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday for its regular hours of operation and $6 admission fee.

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