Reminders about the upcoming events this week.
Upcoming event information:
Early Voting begins - Date: 22 Oct 2012 8:00 AM
October 22-November 2, Monday through Friday
At the Giddings Public Library
276 N. Orange Street
On election day voters must vote in their precinct where they are registered to vote.
Round Top State Bank is celebrating 100 Years. Join them for refreshments and hourly door prizes on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 from 9am to 3pm at their Giddings Branch.
Concord Christian Center Church is hosting a Hamburger Fundraiser on Saturday October 20th from 10am to 2pm at Classic Bank Parking lot. The meal is $6 for hamburger, chips, drink and trimming.
Chocolate Lover’s Festival will be held in downtown Lexington on Saturday, Oct. 20th. Check out their website for more details. www.lexingtontexas.com
Lexington Chamber of Commerce invites you to Lexington, Texas for its eighth annual Chocolate Lovers Festival which will be held Downtown on the Square on Saturday, Oct. 20. The theme of the day will be – Chocolate in all its forms.
No admission fee for the Chocolate Lovers Festival. Small charges for Chocolate Alley, where you can sample and purchase a variety of chocolate goodies; kids games (Plinko, Slip & Slide, Bounce House), and other activities. For more information, reply to this email or call 979-773-4337 or 979-773-9100.
All the wonderful things that happen in this community can be attributed to small business owners, civic organizations, local shoppers and travelers that pass through Giddings on their way somewhere else. These groups and individuals are what drives our economy. Each is completely dependent and interdependent upon the other. The ripple effect of how each one affects the other is amazing.
We support local businesses, so they can support the civic organizations, so they can support those in need.
Small Businesses are the engine that drive the economy. Keeping our shopping dollars local helps our community, our State and our Country!
There is only one boss. The customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman on down, simply by spending his money somewhere else.
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