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Thursday, June 8, 2017

Thursday, June 08, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 106 Thursday, June 8, 2017
New Dayton City Manager: The Dayton City Council met Tuesday and voted to hire 32-year-old Theo Melancon as Dayton’s new city manager. The city has been looking for a replacement for the retired David Douglas since late March. Theo Melancon comes to Dayton after serving as City Manager for the City of Gladewater, Texas since February 2016. The Louisiana native and Louisiana State University grad said he realized at an early age he wanted to work in city administration and has had several posts in Texas and Louisiana over the past eight years. He said the Dayton City Council will pay him $115, 000 annually plus a benefits package. Theo Melancon will be on the job as Dayton’s new city manager the first week in July.
DISD Summer Meals: The Dayton ISD has a summer meal program to provide good meals free of charge through the summer months while school is out to any child 18 and under. Dayton’s Summer Meal Program is weekdays starting on Monday June 12th. For more information call 936 257 2113 or go to to find the nearest free meal location.
Ride: The Hardin Chapter of the San Jacinto High Rollers Motorcycle Club is holding a ride this Saturday to benefit local foster children. Proceeds go to the Rainbow Room, an emergency resource supply space managed by the Liberty County CPS Advisory Board. This Saturday’s event starts at the B&S Club at 304 North Church Street in Dayton. Bikers will start gathering at 9:30 a.m. with kickstands up at 10:30 for the ride. The group will return to the B&S Club around 12:15 p.m. Cost is $20 per rider plus $10 for a passenger. All proceeds benefit the CPS Advisory Board’s Rainbow Room.
All-Stars: This is the Southeast Texas Coaches Association All-Star weekend featuring the region’s top athletes competing in football, volleyball, softball, plus girls and boys’ basketball. The girls All-Star softball game is today with a 6 p.m. first pitch at the Lamar University softball field. The West team game features five girls from Liberty and Chambers counties. The All-Star volleyball matchup is tomorrow beginning at 5 p.m. It will be followed by the girls’ basketball game and then the boys’ basketball contest. All three of those All-Star games are at the East Chambers High School gym.
*Lake Release: 12,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge 16.24 ASL*


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