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Smoked brisket dinner at LVFD to raise funds
Lakeside Village Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary will hold a smoked brisket dinner Saturday, September 19, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the fire hall/community center.
The menu will consist of sliced brisket, smoked sausage, baked beans, potato salad, bread, dessert and a drink. Cost is $11 for adults and $5 for children under 10 years old.
As with all recent events, serving will be for eat-in or take-out. The auxiliary has taken every precaution possible to keep guests and workers safe. There is a Plexiglas screen all the way across the serving counter, tables are distanced and all workers wear masks and gloves.
The Lakeside Village fire hall is located at 136 CR 1275, just east of FM 927 and FM 56, next to the water tower.
For questions, call Jackie at 254-775-4425.

Dorothy Gaines Foundation grant applications available
The Board of Directors of the Dorothy Gaines Foundation recently announced that the foundation is now accepting grant applications for 2020.
The foundation is authorized to make grants to organizations and institutions that are exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or to governmental entities in amounts of up to $10,000 per grant.
The foundation will make grants for specific projects, building and capital improvement campaigns and general purposes.
Grants will only be funded which will serve organizations and the people of Hill County or Tarrant County.
The Dorothy Gaines Foundation was established in 2003 by Dorothy Gaines as a private foundation with the primary purpose to promote the quality of life in Hill County and Tarrant County.
More information about the foundation and grant applications can be found on the foundation’s website: http://www.dorothygainesfoundation.org.
Applications for grants to be awarded in 2020 must be received on or before October 1, 2020.

LWMA distributes socks from Bombas, senior day planned
Lake Whitney Ministerial Alliance (LWMA) recently secured a donation of 3,500 pairs of high-quality socks and is distributing them in the community.
LWMA is hosting a “Socks for Seniors” day Tuesday, September 29. Free socks will be offered to all seniors in the Lake Whitney community at the Lake Whitney Senior Center, located at 502 North Colorado Street, from 9 a.m. to noon.
As seniors drive through the senior center, LWMA volunteers will meet and assist them. Free socks will be provided in the size needed in a safe manner.
Two hundred pairs of socks were provided to first responders on Thursday, August 27. After the September 29 senior giveaway, socks will be given to the Joint Committee for Christmas for distribution in December’s Angel Tree program.
LWMA received the socks from Bombas. The company gives away a pair of socks for every pair purchased. LWMA applied for the free socks to be given to those in need in the community, and Bombas accepted the application.
LWMA received 3,500 pairs of adult socks sized XS to XL. Each sock is great quality, black, and there is a choice of ankle or calf in each of the sizes.
With the Bombas donation, LWMA leadership decided to give socks to first responders, those who receive services from its Joint Committee for Christmas and seniors.

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