September – October 2013
Western Semiformal. Buffet dinner provided. Raffle prize drawing at 7 p.m.
Purchase tickets by Sept. 13 by contacting Melinda Braun at 512.529.4659.
Advance tickets available at Mahlon’s Jerky or Tina’s Cottage.
Dance sponsored by Liberty Hill All Sports Booster Club and open to all LHHS students.
The Liberty Hill Lions Club will hold its 12th Annual Rip Roarin’ Ride beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 28. The ride begins and ends at Liberty Hill Elementary School on Loop 332 in Liberty Hill.
The ride is a fundraiser for Lions programs locally and throughout the world, organizers say.
Through its fundraising efforts, the Liberty Hill Lions Club has helped support the Lone Star Lions Eye Bank in Manor, Kions Leader Dog Program and the Texas Lions Camp for Childre in Kerrville. The club also recycles eyeglasses to developing countries and works to end preventable blindness.
In Liberty Hill, the club provides and maintains a 19-acre park for the community.
To register for the ride, go to www.riproarinride.org or call (512) 630-1851.
The Healthy Kids Back to School Bash is free and open to the public. It will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, at Liberty Hill Pediatric Dentistry, 9415 W. State Highway 29, Georgetown 78628.
Students from Liberty Hill Junior High will host a special Book Fair from Scholastic on Tuesday, Oct.15, from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., to help raise funds for classrooms and the library.
The Book Fair will feature a wide range of books for young teens and adults, including mystery and adventure novels, fantasy series, sports guides, graphic novels and the latest bestsellers from more than 100 publishers. Parents, children, teachers and the community are invited to attend.
Student volunteers, dubbed the Crew, helped to plan the Fair and will also help run it. From creating special promotions and merchandising displays to managing inventory and assisting shoppers with their selections, Crew members learn real-life skills while helping to make reading for pleasure a cool activity at their school.
“Our Student Crew is working very hard to put on a great Book Fair event – one that promotes literacy and reading, while at the same time raising money for much-needed school resources,” said Elizabeth Drake, Library Media Specialist at Liberty Hill Junior High.
Fair attendees can also help build classroom libraries by purchasing books for teachers through the Classroom Wish List program.
Proceeds from the Fair will also be used to purchase essential classroom resources and support school projects at Liberty Hill Junior High.
Games Day Fundraiser
The Liberty Hill Garden Club will hold its annual Games Day Fundraising event on Tuesday, Oct. 15, at Liberty Hill United Methodist Church, 101 Church Street.
The annual event raises funds for college scholarships for Liberty Hill High School graduating seniors.
Coffee and rolls will be served at 9:30 a.m. and the games begin at 10 a.m.
The event also features door prizes, a bake sale and plant sale, a silent auction and country store, as well as a raffle.
Tickets are $10 for lunch only and $20 for lunch with games. Make reservations by contacting B.J. Gatlin at (512) 924-2047.