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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Thursday, June 28, 2018 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 33, No. 121 Thursday, June 28, 2018
Liberty’s Independence Celebration: The City of Liberty’s Independence Day family celebration is held annually on the evening of July 3. That means the skies over Liberty will light up next Tuesday night in celebration of our nation’s Declaration of Independence. Festivities begin Tuesday at 6 p.m. with activities for the kids, like bounce houses and face painting. Starting at 7 there will be live music from Jason West and West of the Trinity Band, and at 9 p.m. emcee Liberty Municipal Judge Mike Little will welcome those attending. There will be an invocation, the pledge of allegiance to the American and Texas flags, and brief remarks. Then, around 9:15 Tuesday night comes the big fireworks display presented by the Pyrotechnico company. Once again this year, KSHN Radio will broadcast musical accompaniment for the fireworks extravaganza.
Electrical Problems: At Tuesday’s Liberty City Council meeting, Interim City Manager Larry Shaw provided council members with an update on the newly acquired Liberty Municipal Golf Course. Mr. Shaw said top of the list of things to be done involves repairs to several of what he called “potentially hazardous” electrical problems at the former country club, as well as fire safety issues in the restaurant kitchen. At this point, Liberty Interim City Manager Larry Shaw said he did not even have an estimate on a total cost of electrical repairs at the former Magnolia Ridge Country Club, but did not doubt it would require hiring an outside contractor to do the work.
Camp Invention: There are still some spaces available for the Liberty ISD Camp Invention. Camp Invention is an elementary school summer program for kids entering kindergarten up to the 6th grade. The week long camp features daily hands-on challenges for kids to encourage creative problem solving. Camp Invention is July 9th through the 13th from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day at San Jacinto Elementary School. It’s a full week of problem solving, creative thinking and teamwork. The fun activities are all age appropriate. Cost for Camp Invention is $225 per child. To register, go on line to or by phone at 800-968-4332.
Obituaries: Charles “Chuck” Oliver Bonnett, 80, of Crosby. Service 11 a.m. today in FBC Highlands (Sterling).
*Lake Release: 1,250 CFS – Liberty Bridge 6.63 ASL*


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