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Candy Cane Christmas Drawing; COVID-19 Small Business Loan Program; Women's Health Fair at Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center; Mobiloil Credit Union celebrates grand opening in Dayton; new members DocResources, LLC and Texas Bee Supply; Halloween items from Awards & Engraving; Old Spanish Trail Veterans' Parade; BBB TX Professional Women's Conference; free workshop on establishing good credit for purchasing a home; Texas Bee Supply grand opening; American Pickers coming to Texas.
Mobiloil Credit Union grand opening in Dayton; job opportunity at Texas Department of Transportation; grants available from State Farm; unemployment estimates for July; TayCo Farms grand opening in Dayton; new member Stormi's Cheer Studio; Governor's Small Business Webinar for veterans; Farmers Market and Food Truck Friday return.
"Lunch on the Run" set for August 25; job openings at Texas Department of Transportation; new manufacturing facility coming near Beaumont; .City of Liberty new Unified Development Ordinance; unemployment estimates for June; 2020 Texas Travel Guides and maps available; passing of John C. Otto; Met Head Start enrollment.
Online Chamber auction; "Lunch on the Run" in August; employment opportunity with local business; COVID-19 outreach program; City of Dayton Shred Event; drive-thru water collection for firefighters.
Updates on upcoming activities; "Lunch on the Run" to be held June 25; keeping your social media sites updated; link to Governor Abbott's COVID-19 site to reopen Texas; job-based skills training for qualified students; information on member businesses ready for summertime needs - air conditioning, generators and outdoor summer fun; save money and help the Chamber by partnering with Clearent Payment Solutions.
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MARCH (update: most activities canceled due to Coronavirus outbreak).
Monthly Business Luncheon with State Senator Robert Nichols (sponsored by Entergy); Awards Banquet recap; Allison Funeral Service new plexiglass bulletin board; job openings at CertifiedSafety; new books from local authors; Administrative Professionals Luncheon coming up; "Business Bootcamp"; Llberty Jubilee; resource for wildflower and Bluebonnet reports.
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.