RADIOGRAM: Thursday, September 24, 2020

Volume 35                              Number 189            Thursday,    September 24, 2020 Lee College:  Director for Perkins Grants at Lee College, Fran Parent, sent a release proclaiming that Lee College was one of seven area colleges to be part of a $300.000.00 award from the Houston Livestock and Rodeo’s Vocational Scholarship Program. This scholarship award will benefit Lee College students pursuing degrees or certificates in Process Technology, Instrumentation Technology or Electrical Technology. This is the sixth consecutive year Lee College has received funding through the scholarship program aimed at supporting non-traditional students in their pursuit of credit and non-credit training. In her release, Fran Parent said Lee College leadership is excited to be selected for this award from the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo because of the lifelong impact it will have on the Lee recipients. Because of a strong partnership with local industry, Lee College is the best choice for people who want to be successful in vocational careers. These scholarships will make it possible for even more students to take advantage of what Lee has to offer and then help them build a solid future in their chosen vocational field. Current Lee College students can apply for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo scholarship to cover tuition, fees and books. The deadline to apply for the scholarship is Wednesday, Sept. 30. Apply online at  Towards the bottom of the page click the “Foundation Scholarship” link City of Liberty Fire Department opening:  The City of Liberty is currently accepting applications for a certified Firefighter/EMT. Testing for the position will take place on Thursday October 8th 2020 at the Liberty Fire Department, at 1912 Lakeland, in Liberty. Qualified applicants must have a Basic Structural Firefighter Certification from the Texas Commission of Fire Protection and must be an EMT-B certified from the Texas Department of State Services. Intermediate EMT and Paramedics are preferred. If applicant is a Paramedic, but does not have Fire Certification, if that person is hired, the applicant will be sent to the Fire Academy. The requirements of the position also call for a Texas Class B Drivers License that the applicant should get within 90 days of employment. The applicant must meet all Liberty Fire/EMS Medical Director requirements. For further information about the position or the application process, call Misty Dulaney or Assistant Fire Chief Steven Grimm at 936-336-3922. Dayton Broncos game moved to Saturday:  Let’s don’t forget about that major change to Dayton Bronco football season opener. We have already reported this but it is a major change so let’s repeat it again. It’s really important to Dayton football fans -due to Tropical Storm Beta, tonight’s scheduled game   against Montgomery Lake Creek has been moved to another date and time – that’s Saturday, September 26th at 2:00PM in Montgomery. Repeating, the game between The Dayton Broncos and the Montgomery Lake Creek Lions has been postponed from today to Saturday afternoon, September 26th at 2:00PM. To listen to the Dayton Broncos game Saturday afternoon at 2 pm go to and click on the BRONCO logo on the top portion of our front page.  That will take you to Teamline, from there follow the simple directions, to listen live.  Thee is no charge to listen to the broadcast of the broncos game.         National Hunting and Fishing Day:  This Saturday, September 26th is National Hunting and Fishing Day.  According to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s web page, this day was launched by congress back in 1971 to recognize hunters and fishermen for their leadership in wildlife conservation. In 1972 President Richard M. Nixon signed the first presidential proclamation of National Hunters and Fishing Day. Since then, the 4th Saturday in September has been observed as National Hunting and Fishing Day. Texas hunters and anglers are encouraged to invite others to join them in their outdoor adventures. Whether it is a child or grandchild, friend, co-worker, neighbor or someone completely new to hunting and fishing, re-creating in the outdoors is a great way to bond over a new activity. Governor Greg Abbott issued a proclamation supporting the special day, stating in part that Texas has a rich and storied tradition of hunting and angling, pre-dating even the founding of the state of Texas itself. Our sportsmen and women were among the first conservationists to support the establishment of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) to conserve fish, wildlife, and their habitats and through their license fees helped fund state efforts to provide for healthy and sustainable natural resources.”In celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Day, Hunters and fishermen are encouraged to share their outdoors stories on the Texas Parks and Wildlife Departments social media pages.  Doing so will give the hunter or fisherman a chance to win a 50 dollar gift card from Cabala’s. The social media pages are @texasparksandwildlife on Facebook.  On Twitter the page is @TPWDhunt. Details of the contest can also be found on the Texas Park and Wildlife Magazine Blog page. Obits:  Barry Alan Dailey, 58, of Denver, Colorado, passed away Wednesday, September 16, 2020 in Colorado. Barry was born in Dayton and was a 1980 graduate of Dayton High School. He attended Sam Houston State University. Services for Barry Dailey will be 3:00 p.m., Thursday, September 24, 2020 at Pace-Stancil Funeral Home in Dayton.  Visitation will be 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. before the service on Thursday.  Interment will follow at Magnolia Park Cemetery. Lake Livingston Release:  2500 CFS         Liberty Bridge Gauge: 12.76 ASL

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