January – March 2013
Liberty Hill’s Got Talent is a fundraising project for Project Graduation.
Featuring Cory Dirksen, account executive of Austin Toros, who will speak on “Local Marketing: How to not try and market to everyone. Successful local marketing by owning smaller markets.”
Friends of Gary Bonnett of Bertram are hosting a fundraiser to help his family while he is being treated for colon cancer.
Silent Auction and Dinner Fundraiser raises funds for college scholarships for Liberty Hill graduating seniors in good standing with FFA.
Tickets are also available for the full Outdoorsman Giveaway ($10,000 value) at $100 each, which includes dinner for two.
A talent show and fundraising project for Project Graduation
Leander Local Market
A Shopping Extravaganza! Local artisans and remarkable products come together for one day only!
Saturday March 9, 10 AM – 3 PM at 201 Sonny Dr. Leander TX between Crystal Falls and South St. Order of the Eastern Star, Leander chapter 73. The proceeds from booth space rentals goes to local scholarships.
Celebrate Spring Break at the Gabriel Street Gathering in Bertram from 10 – 4 on Wednesday, March 13. Hosted by the Joann Cole Mitte Memorial Library and Tippy Cafe, the event includes food, an art show and book sale at the library, and a sidewalk sale at the Thrift Store next to the library. Visit Texas Mesquite Co. across the street to see their unique furniture, and go down the street to paint an Easter Egg at Ceramic Dino’s Pottery. Or visit Carolyn’s Market or Balcones Gem and Mineral Company. A special round trip ride to Burnet on the Austin Steam Train will be available. Visit www.AustinSteamTrain.org for reservations and tickets. The library and most events are located at the intersection of Hwy 29 and Gabriel Street.
The Liberty Hill Lions Club is preparing for the 22nd annual Thrill of the Hill 5K Run/Walk March 30 at Durham Park subdivision.
The route is generally flat with enough grade and curves to keep runners interested. Young and old alike are welcome as are walkers and runners, both fast and not so fast.
Homemade refreshments are provided.
The race begins at 8:30 a.m.
Money raised goes to support the philanthropic work of the Lions. Two of the main projects that the group supports are Lions Foundation Park and scholarships for Liberty Hill High School seniors. Others include the Lions camp in Kerrville for handicapped children and eyeglasses for local children and adults.
Sponsors for the event include Union State Bank, Flying H Fitness, Winkley’s Hardware, Anytime Fitness, Classic Bank, Hill Country Braces, Prosperity Bank and Certified Arbor Care.
For more information or to register online go to www.lhlions.org/events.php.