April – June 2014
Williamson County’s Brown Santa Program will host its 3rd Annual “Givin’ & Golfin’ Tournament” on Thursday, April 24. The entry fee covers 18 holes of golf with cart, range balls, lunch, dinner, a gift bag, and two beverage tickets. Proceeds will benefit families in need during the 2014 holiday season.
The event is open to all individual golfers as well as 4-person team entries. Individuals will be paired with others to form complete teams as needed. Entry fees for individuals are $85 and teams can participate for $340. Registration and lunch begin at 12 Noon, with a 1:30 p.m. shotgun start to follow.
Online tournament and sponsorship registration is available at www.wilcobrownsanta.com. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Dinner, awards, raffle, and silent auction will immediately follow the tournament.
The following sponsorship levels are currently available for interested individuals or business partners to support the Givin’ & Golfin’ Tournament:
Gold Sponsor is $550 and includes a sign on Tee Box or Hole, four playing spots and names listed in print promo.
Silver Sponsor is $375 and includes a sign on Tee Box or Hole, two playing spots, and names listed in print promo.
Bronze Sponsor is $200 and includes sign on Tee Box or Hole and name listed in print promo.
Brown Santa is a program of the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office. The program provides assistance to families living outside the city limits of any town or city within Williamson County that does not provide a similar program, including Liberty Hill. Brown Santa donations are utilized to purchase toys, books and other items needed to make the children’s holiday brighter. It is a registered corporation in the State of Texas that is operated under the direction of the Brown Santa Board of Directors and was granted non-profit tax exemption under 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Doors open at 5 p.m. Dinner at 6 p.m., Live Auction at 7:30 p.m.
Live Music and Great food includes buffet of your favorite wild game dishes.
Tickets available online at lhumctx.org.
Special drawing for an Icehole Dove Buddy Cooler (a $500 value).
Boots and Buckles Dance features Janice Maynard and the Country Stardust Band.
The family-friendly event, co-sponsored by The Liberty Hill Independent, will be held the first Saturday of each month.
For more information, visit www.janicemaynardmusic.com and www.senderoevents.com
Star of Texas Realty Presents Liberty Hill Pro Rodeo and Bull Riding. Events include bull riding, bareback riding, barrel racing, team roping, calf scramble, clown acts, steer wrestling, vendors, mutton bustin’, saddle bronc riding, concession stand, BBQ Cookoff, cow drop.
Liberty Hill Christian Business Leaders
meet May 13
Liberty Hill Christian Business Leaders Association meets from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 13, at the Williamson County Cowboy Church, 8355 RR 1869 in Liberty Hill. Lunch is provided and guests are welcome.
The officers and directors of the Liberty Hill Cemetery Association invite the commnity to the 62nd Annual Homecoming on June 1 to be held in the park area of the cemetery.
The annual homecoming event provides an opportunity for families to get together and enjoy a meal and good company. Many families hold reunions in conjunction with the event. It is a chance for the community to visit and reminisce, and is one day away from busy schedules to spend with friends and family remembering those who have passed.
The meal will begin about 11:30 a.m. and will be catered by Mopsy’s Catering. Barbecue brisket, sausage, beans, coleslaw, condiments and tea will be served for $11 per plate. Desserts are not provided with the meal, but may be available for purchase in limited supply.
Several activities are planned for this year’s homecoming. An important part of the homecoming is the reading of those who have passed away during the last year. For many, this is part of the closure associated with the passing of a loved one.
Musical entertainment will be provided by Emily Cousins along with a bluegrass accompaniment.
Guest speaker will be Bobby Mabry, principal of Liberty Hill High School, who will provide an update on he growth in the school district and the role that the newly-constructed and renovated school facilities play in supporting the continuing growth of Liberty Hill.
Gary Spivey will have photographs on display from years past of “old Liberty Hill.” This year’s event will allow participants the opportunity to learn about the history of Liberty Hill, a chance for others to reminisce a little and for all the chance to become enlightened about our future.
Books will also be available for purchase that offer a history of the Liberty Hill Cemetery as well as history about the community.
The books, Culture of the Shin Oak Ridge Folk by J. Gordon Bryson, Recollections and Observations of Judge C.L. Chance as told to his son Joseph E. Chance and the Liberty Hill Cemetery Book of Burials will be available for purchase with the proceeds to benefit the Liberty Hill Cemetery Association.
Homecoming is the Association’s only fundraiser and donations are welcome. Checks may be made payable to the Liberty Hill Cemetery Association. Donations are appreciated and help keep the cemetery in the condition that the community has come to expect.
Fundraiser for Friends of Bertram Library.
Boys Basketball camp for incoming 2nd through 9th graders.
Registration forms and more info at www.libertyhill.txed.net.
For schedule and more information, visit www.burnetcountyfair.com