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Daily Radiogram

Monday, February 10, 2020

Monday, February 10, 2020 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 35, No. 26 Monday, February 10, 2020
Survey: Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) staff will go door-to-door in Liberty County to assess residents’ needs after the monster Hurricane Harvey. It’s been more than two years, but some residents are still trying to recover. Results of the confidential, anonymous survey will be shared with local, state and federal public partners to better understand how people were affected, what their current needs are, and how to help prepare residents for future emergencies. During daylight hours on Friday, Feb. 28 and Saturday, Feb. 29, survey teams will visit randomly selected homes in Liberty, Dayton and Cleveland. Survey teams will ask residents how they have fared since Harvey and what their current needs are, if any. The survey, known as a Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response (CASPER), is based on a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) model. Residents will not be asked to identify themselves, and their addresses will not be included on the surveys. Survey teams will be walking neighborhoods during daylight hours both Friday and Saturday. Any citizen who wishes to verify the legitimacy of a survey team can call the Liberty County Office of Emergency Management at 936-334-3219.
Soccer: The Dayton Boys soccer team got back in the win column Friday night with a decisive 3-1 win over Cleveland. David Perez put the Broncos on the board and he scored again early in the second half to put Dayton on top. Jorge Sifuentes put the game on ice with a late goal and the 3-1 win. Dayton Soccer Coach Jed Garner had high praise for his team both offensively and defensively. Friday’s District victory by the Bronco Soccer team put them in sole possession of first place. The Dayton boys are now 14-2- with 3 ties overall, 3-1 in league play.
A Liberty High School Choir member - Zandrea Carter, has been named All State Choir, and will perform with the Texas All-State Choir in San Antonio, next Saturday February 15th . It’s at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center as part of the 100th Annual Texas Music Educators Convention. Again, named All-State from Liberty is Zandrea Carter, a member of the Liberty High School Chorale.. Zandrea was chosen for this prestigious honor through a competitive process held this year across the state, first at District, then Region, and at area levels. Having said that, the next level - All-State, is the very highest honor a Texas high school music student can earn. Their performance is then held at the annual convention of Texas states music educators. Incidentally, that is the nations largest, of it kind, with 30,000 expected to attend in San Antonio February 12th thru 15th Zandrea Carter of Liberty earned her way to this prestigious singing honor under the direction of Christie Bean – long time choir director at Liberty High School. Zandrea Carter is the daughter of Tandra Mendez and Clarence Carter. 1,795 students are selected through a process that began with over 66,800 students from around the state vying for the honor. What is even more special – that is spread over 15 musical categories including bands, orchestras, and choirs. These All-Staters will participate in three days of rehearsals this week in the Alamo City
Obits: A memorial service will be held for Kenny Berry at the First United Methodist Church of Liberty Saturday at 4, followed a gathering with friends and family in the church Fellowship Hall. In lieu of traditional remembrances the family requests donations to the Liberty ISD Education Foundation.
*Lake Release: 6,000 CFS–Liberty Bridge: 12.96 ASL*


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