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* Please note: This month’s Business Luncheon has been canceled. We will evaluate holding another luncheon on a future date. *
Monthly Chamber Business Luncheon with Liberty County Judge Jay Knight
; ribbon cutting photo for Burke’s Outlet and K3 Designs; Eagle Pointe Recreational Complex turns 20; COVID information from Texas Department of State Health Services; job opening at Trinity Garden Apartments; new members OmniPoint Health and Nolan D. Pickett VFW Post 5621.

Monthly Chamber Business Luncheon set for July 14; Burkes Outlet store opening and ribbon cutting; Chamber Business Mixer at Wells Funeral Services; free health symposium; Mary Anne Campbell retiring; air conditioning services offered by member businesses; Grand Parkway updates; new members Market Square, Burkes Outlet and K3 Designs.

MAY 21
Memorial Day remembrance event; 45th Annual Awards Banquet recap / list of sponsors; Liberty Municipal Airport receives grants; free services for businesses provided by Workforce Solutions; revised publications offered by the Chamber; current SBA programs for COVID-19 relief; new members Crawfish Supply, Trusted Insurance Group, LLC and Renteria Fire Protection, Inc.; Rayford Smith CPA changes business name and acquires new partner; passing of Mr. Joe Harris.

Welcome new member Frontline Mobile RV Repair; FEMA help for winter storm victims; IRS deadline extensions for Texas winter storm victims; City of Liberty Community Shred Event; Liberty Municipal Golf Course website; Governor Abbott lifts mask mandate; TxDOT seeks public input on highway project; Brazos Transit District offers free rides to COVID-19 vaccination appointments; Liberty Dayton Regional Medical Center – LifeShare Blood Drive; Chamber Visitor Guides updated; new member “A” Chef’s Food Truck & Catering; Allegiance Bank introduces new team members; Liberty Food Festival; information on annual Administrative Professionals Luncheon and Chamber Awards Banquet.

New additions to the Chamber Board of Directors; preliminary info on the Chamber Awards Banquet; updates to SBA Paycheck Protection Program; information from CASA; new members Frontline RV Repair, Vivi’s Notary Service, Lone Star Fire & Safety LLC, Janna’s Place; Annual Men’s Health Fair; ‘thank you’ from South Liberty County Meals on Wheels; First United Methodist Church (Liberty) Valentine’s Lunch to Go.


Candy Cane Christmas Drawing; books from local authors for holiday gifts; legislative update from State Representative Ernest Bailes; new contact for Chambers County Museum at Wallisville.

Country Christmas 2020; Candy Cane Christmas Drawing; Christmas Toy Drive for needy children; Texas Bee Supply and TayCo Farms LLC ribbon cutting photos; new members Vizion Clay and River Rock Resort; Coats Jewelers moves to new location; annual Small Business Saturday; passing of John Hebert; Texas First Bank Food Drive; Cookies Soul Food Kitchen menu.

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.