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Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Wednesday, June 04, 2014, 08:00 - 17:00

Volume 29, No. 107 Wednesday, June 4, 2014


Hunger Busters: The Liberty Hunger Busters free summer lunch program kicks off Monday. There are 11 locations where lunch will be served Monday through Thursday from 11 am until noon, including Liberty Middle School, High School, Elementary School and San Jacinto Elementary. Local churches that will serve as a lunch site include Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Liberty, Lilly of the Valley Baptist Church - Oil Field Road, New Family Worship Center on Grand in Liberty, Turkey Creek Baptist on FM 563 and St. Miles Baptist Church in Ames. In addition, lunch meals will be served at the Texas A & M AgriLife Extension office on Palmer Ave. in Liberty and at the Liberty City Park Pavilion. Breakfast will be available for pick up only, 8-8:30 a.m., Mon-Thurs at LMS.


All-District 19-4A: Nine Dayton Lady Broncos and 12 Barbers Hill Lady Eagles have been named to the All-District 19-4A softball team. The Lady Eagles, who were state semifinalists, led district honors with Randi Rupp named Most Valuable Player, Sarah Barker selected Offensive Player of the Year, and Kitty Hornberger - Newcomer of the Year. Dayton's Presley Bell is Defensive Player of the Year. Five Lady Eagles and five Lady Broncos were picked first team. Two Barbers Hill players and three from Dayton were named to second team.


DaytonSeniorCenter: The Dayton Senior Center is inside the Dayton Community Center on South Cleveland Street. Dayton Senior Center President Tony De LaCruz said they have lunch Wednesday and Friday for only $3.00. They do ask that you sign up, rather than just show up. Sign up by Tuesday for the Wednesday lunch and by Thursday for the Friday meal. For more information, stop by the community center on S. Cleveland or call (936) 258 2306.


ClevelandCityPark: The City of Cleveland's new municipal park and sports facility officially opens to the public on Saturday with a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. A joint effort by the City of Cleveland and the Cleveland Economic Development Corporation, the first phase of this park project consists of 50 acres with softball and T-ball fields, some large enough to host youth league tournaments. The new park is on State Highway 321, between New Salem Road and the Hwy. 105 bypass.


*LakeRelease: 4,000 CFS LibertyBridge: 11.36 ASL*


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