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November 20, 2013

Cain Center

Athens — For 30 years the Cain Center has been at the heart of sports, social interaction and celebrations in Henderson County. Over the past three decades we’ve played host to numerous sporting events, two Presidents – George HW Bush and George W Bush, two First Ladies, Barbara Bush and Laura Bush, celebrities and local families. To commemorate our 30th birthday we want even more, so this year we’re giving you more. The Cain Center invites you to enjoy all 85 acres of Cain Park, the Functions & Event Center, and the Health Center. We want this because the Cain is yours to enjoy.

At Cain You Can…Play Sports: Whether you like to exercise on your own, in a group, in a game or in the gym, the 85 acre Cain Park and the indoor Health Center can satisfy your needs.

Get Social: Cain Park is a great place to get social, throw a ball for your dog, fly a kite or catch a fish. For something more indoors, buddy up at a book club or scour the isles of the Annual County Garage & Coat Sale. Make plans to meet up with your friends and family at Cain this weekend.

Celebrate:For groups of 5 to 500, celebrate every event, be it a product launch or a wedding, in style at the Functions & Event Center at the Cain.


Cain Center

915 S. Palestine

Athens, Texas



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