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44th Annual Chamber Awards Banquet with guest speaker, former Harris County Judge Ed Emmett; Chamber Officers and Board of Directors for 2020 thru 2022 named; early voting dates; Abshire & Son celebrates 33 years in business; member businesses offering services during tax season; Houston Methodist Baytown Hospital expansion; new changes in FICO credit scoring; information on new Social Security telephone scams.
Monthly Business Luncheon featuring Deputy Josh Cummins, Training Coordinator with the Liberty County Sheriff's Department; 44th Annual Chamber Awards Banquet coming up; Texas Conference for Employers; Grand Parkway construction updates; credit freezes; Annual Men's Health Fair; Wreaths Across America; Texas Back in Business program; 86th Legislature update (new laws for 2020); Federal Read ID Act; Microsoft Windows 7 support coming to an end.
Monthly Business Luncheon featuring Christmas music; Country Christmas 2019 success; City of Liberty news; WORKinTEXAS.com job site; holiday gifts available from the Chamber; passing of Bennie Prater; Hardin post office dedication ceremony (Lucas Lowe Memorial Post Office).
Please note the following corrected dates for Veterans Programs shown in the newsletter: Monday, November 11, 11 a.m. @ Dayton Community Center and Monday, November 11, 8:30 a.m. @ Liberty High School.
Monthly Business Luncheon:Randy Meche with Computer Solutions and Internet Management Services; Citizen of the Year nomination forms; LCDC launches new website; First Liberty National Bank opens China, Texas location; South Liberty County Country Christmas info and parade form; Old Spanish Trail Commemorative Motorcade; IRS extends deadlines for Tropical Storm Imelda victims; book launch and signing at The Health Fix Store; open house and community Christmas gatherings.
Monthly Business Luncheon:Texas State Game Warden Lauren Iles; LCDC facade improvement grant program for downtown Liberty businesses; Dayton proclaimed official Old Spanish Trail city; Prosperity Bank building in Dayton undergoing reconstruction; TVE Fair & Rodeo month; Skywarn / CoCoRaHs training; Country Christmas parade form available; local commercial property listings; Liberty County Tax Office completes move to new location; job openings at Tomoe Engineering USA, Inc.; book signing at The Health Fix Store.
Monthly Business Luncheon: Representatives from Trinity Valley Exposition; chamber auction prize winners; City of Liberty update regarding development of single-family homes; job-based skills training for area students; grand opening / ribbon cutting for STEM Center and Liberty ISD / Health Center of Southeast Texas School Based Health Clinic at Liberty Elementary School; Service Academy and ROTC forum for 8-12th grade students; Women's Health Fair at Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center.
AUGUST - no newsletter issued.
Monthly Business Luncheon with State Rep. Ernest Bailes, District 18; Liberty-Dayton '500' Auction/Steak Dinner Fundraiser; KSHN 99.9 FM sold, now heard online; City of Liberty residential building permit fees; Trinity River Refuge Manager Stuart Marcus featured in Texas Highways magazine; Health Center of Southeast Texas expansion in Cleveland.
Monthly Business Luncheon with Entergy Texas; Chamber Radio Day recap; commercial space for lease in Dayton; Chamber members can advertise employment openings; session on keeping children safe in the digital era; City of Dayton Shred Day; Harvest Market at Harvest Event Center; FASOLT Third Annual Fine Arts Expo.
Monthly Business Luncheon with Betty Russo, GCED Regional Representative, Office of Governor Greg Abbott; Chamber Radio Day at KSHN 99.9 FM; new assistant manager at City of Liberty; Grand Parkway construction update; Shred and E-Cycle events in Dayton and Liberty; jobs available with the U.S. Census; National Small Business Week; "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive.
Administrative Professionals Luncheon; Chamber Radio Day; Congressman Babin's office relocating to Dayton; fundraiser for Multi-County Crime Stoppers; Dayton Ole Tyme Days; updates from Chrysalis School and Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge; new hours and services for Health Center of Southeast Texas; Allison Funeral Service hires new Managing Partner; fundraiser for DAR and Historic Partlow House; Harvest Event Center indoor/outdoor market for vendors, food trucks and businesses.
Monthly Business Luncheon; Chamber Awards Banquet recap; updated Visitors Guides; Liberty Jubilee; Trinity River Refuge needs volunteers; Wells Fargo profile; Coushatta bus trip; upcoming events for April.
2019 Chamber Awards Banquet; 2019 Chamber Directors and Executive Officers; seasonal tax scams; board member Wesley Wells receives Master's degree; Liberty Jubilee & Street Dance; fundraiser for Dayton Fire & Police Museum. ** Newsletter update: "business casual" dress is acceptable for this year's banquet. **