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RADIOGRAM: Volume 35, No. 86, Friday * May 1, 2020


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Free COVID Test: A state sponsored free mobile test station for covid 19 will be held at the Liberty Fie Station all day this Sunday May 3rd from 9 till 6. Liberty Fire Chief Brian Hurst said his department is only the host. The test will be done by personnel of the State Health Department. Its a free test but is done by appointment only. Every person will be screened for all the symptoms of Covid 19 coronavirus. The Liberty Fire Department is at 1912 Lakeland Drive. To register on-line go to: TXCOVIDTEST.ORG. A few simple questions will be asked. You can also call for a telephone reservation: 512.883.2400. The free covid tests are by appointment only this Sunday from 9-6. Tests done by the State of Texas at the Liberty Fire Department.

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Social Security: Social Security offices remain closed during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Andy Hardwick Public Affairs Specialist with the SSA, is a regular guest on the kshn.com Party Line program, said anyone can accomplish a lot that’s normally done in the office by creating a My Social Security online account. Mr. Hardwick said the website has information on how to change a person’s bank account information that’s on file with the Social Security Administration. He also reminds those under the age of 60 that the SSA will no longer send out a letter, once a year, to report how many work credits a person has. Andy Hardwick said with the My Social Security account a worker can check their work record any day - any time. It’s important, he said, to keep up with that information because it will affect future Social Security earnings.

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Capturing Kids Hearts: Liberty Elementary School has again been chosen as a Capturing Kids Hearts National Showcase School. The program, created in 1990 by physiotherapist Flip Flippen, has a goal to build relationships and processes that bring out the best in people. Elementary school Principal Stephanie Cox explained how this honor has made it easier for educators to stay connected with their students in the climate we now live in. Capturing Kids Hearts is meant to help in many different aspects of education such as a decrease in discipline referrals, improved attendance, and to increase graduation rates. The Liberty Elementary School Principal said it’s great to be recognized by this National program. She said it could not have been achieved without the hard working teachers, students, and administrators.

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Soccer: District 21-5A Soccer All-District Selections have been made and that team is loaded with Dayton Broncos. The soccer season was nearly over before it was unceremoniously halted by Coronavirus. The Dayton soccer team had already locked down the 21-5A district title. The Broncos were looking forward to post season action when the hammer fell, not just on Soccer play, but in fact the balance of the school year came to a screeching halt. Congratulations to the Bronco Soccer players for their Championship title season.

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Obits:

Tommy Ray Kersh, 76 of Dayton, Texas was born in Liberty, He passed away on Tues April 28, Tommy is survived by his wife of 52 years, Betty Votaw Kersh; A 1962 graduate of Dayton High School, Tommy served in the Air Force Reserves and worked for Texaco for 30 years. A graveside service will be held at the French Cemetery on Saturday, May 2nd at 2:00 p.m.. under direction of Pace Stancil Funeral Home-Dayton.

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Lake Release: 22,000 CFS – Liberty Bridge: 24.69 ASL

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