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Tuesday December 4, 2012

Tuesday, December 04, 2012, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 27, No. 226 Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Medicare Part D: A reminder, the annual open enrollment period for Medicare Part D ends this coming Friday. This is the opportunity for Medicare recipients to enroll for the first time, opt out or make changes to their Medicare prescription drug plan.  The Social Security Administration’s Kim Richard said it’s important to remember the part D coverage is optional, not required. Those who already have prescription drug coverage may want to pass on signing up. For information, go to www.medicare.govor call 1-800-633-4227 to speak with a Medicare representative.

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Jingle BellBall: The Liberty Elks Lodge will hold its seventh annual Jingle Bell Ball this Saturday. The fun-filled holiday program is a night of Christmas entertainment for physically and mentally challenged children, teenagers, adults and their families. In preparation, organizers are still looking for volunteers and sponsors. For information or to volunteer call Margie Powell at (936) 334-2678.

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Christmas under the Stars: The 6thannual Christmas under the Stars is this weekend, and it’s all free, a gift from North Main Baptist Church to you and your family. Church Pastor Dick Lintelman said this year’s festivities one again includes plenty to enjoy for both the young and young at heart. The church is on far North Main, just look for the large star atop the tall flag pole. Activities get under way nightly at 6 and culminate with fireworks around 8:55.

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Silver Santa: The Liberty Police Department is again playing Silver Santa.  They will deliver baskets of goodies to disadvantaged senior citizens in the city to help make the holiday a little brighter.  Donations are being accepted through December 20th. Drop off non-perishable foods, new or gently used blankets, and socks or like items at the Liberty Police Department, Fire Department, City Hall, and Brookshire Brothers on Main in Liberty or KSHN radio. Monetary donations are also accepted. Drop those off at city hall attention Dianne Tidwell.

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Obituaries: Services have been held for Martha Rivers, 85 of Double Bayou. Services have been held for Jesse Berotte, 63 of Liberty.

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*LakeRelease: 1,000 CFSLibertyBridge: 6.02 ASL

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