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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Wednesday, July 02, 2014, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 29, No. 127 Wednesday, July 2, 2014

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Senator Nichols: When Texans go to the polls in November, they will be asked to vote on a constitutional amendment, that if it passes, will provide long term funding for the state's transportation needs. State Senator Robert Nichols said this amendment, if passed, will result in the largest increase in transportation funding in the history of the Lone Star State.

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Independence Day: Everyone is invited to join the City of Liberty in celebrating America's 238thBirthday tomorrow night in the Liberty Municipal Park. As in year's past, the celebration is held on July 3rd. The program begins Thursday at 8:15. Liberty Mayor Carl Pickett will emcee the event honoring military veterans and with patriotic music performed by local musicians known as the Invincible Eagle Band. Also, be sure to have a radio tuned to 99.9 fm during the fireworks extravaganza for music to accompany the fireworks.

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Honey Harvest: The Liberty County Beekeepers club is holding a Honey Harvest Day Saturday, July 19 from noon to 5 p.m. at the Liberty County Extension Service office on Palmer in Liberty. Members of the Liberty County Beekeepers will demonstrate honey extraction, have an observation hive, display equipment and answer questions. They also will be selling locally harvested honey. For information, call the Liberty County Extension Service at (936) 334 3230.

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Chamber Fundraiser: Mark your calendar, August 8this the 25thannual Liberty Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce "500" Drawing, Auction, and Steak Dinner fundraiser held at the Dayton Community Center. This is the Chambers largest yearly fundraiser, and for $100 you get fed a wonderful steak dinner and are entered into the 500 drawing for one of 12 prizes. The value of the prizes range from a low of $200 to more than $18,000. Top prize is a choice of a 2014 Dodge Dart or $15,000 in gold bullion.  Only 500 tickets sold are eligible for the 12 great prizes. Tickets will be available soon from any Chamber director, the Liberty Dayton Area Chamber on Trinity in Liberty or at the Dayton Office on South Main. For information call the Chamber office at (936) 336 5736.

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