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The Cleveland Senior Citizens Organization is hosting a “Know the Scams, Stay Protected” seminar by Veritex Bank on Monday, Sept. 18, from 10-11 a.m., at 220 Peach Avenue, Cleveland, TX. Topics included are Elder Romance Scams, Tech Support Scamps, Government Imposter Scams, Robo Calls, and Phishing Messages. Call 281-592-1174 to register.

Dayton Community Center will be holding a Job Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 19 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bring copies of your resume or contact information. This event will be at the Dayton Community Center.


State Rep Ernest Bailes will hold a Coffee & Roundtable event on Wednesday, Sept. 20 , from 8:30–10 a.m., hosted by The Crossing Coffee Shop. This is an opportunity for Cleveland area business leaders to hear about legislative updates and discuss issues with Rep Bailes.


MD Anderson will host a blood drive next Saturday, Sept. 23, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Dayton Volunteer Fire Department at 1001 Bill Moreau Dr in Dayton.

TRINITY VALLEY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH ANNIVERSARY & HOMECOMING The Trinity Valley Missionary Baptist Church is celebrating its 153rd Anniversary and homecoming on Sept. 23 and 24. On Saturday the 23rd, a musical will start at 6 p.m., led by Minister of Music Chester D.T. Baldwin. On Sunday the 24th, Speaker Pastor Greg Bellard and Olive Bethel will attend to celebrate the Anniversary and Homecoming at 2 p.m.


The 27th Annual Cowboy Classic Golf Tournament will be hosted by the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Houston Metro Go Texan Committee, and the Liberty County Subcommittee. This event will be on Sept. 23 at the Chambers County Golf Course, 1 Pinchback Dr, Anahuac TX 77514. Net proceeds benefit the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. For more information, contact: Ben Payne at 281-593-5822 or HMGTLibertyCounty@


A benefit will be held on Sept. 30, beginning at 11 a.m. and ending at 8 p.m. for Coach Robert Clark. Special guests Willie-D & The Hip Pockets will be performing at 6 p.m. BBQ sandwiches, or sausage on a stick, chips, and drinks are $15 and available at noon. This event will occur at the Harvest Event Center at 9775 N HWY 146 in Liberty. A live auction will take place at 4 p.m., and the raffle/silent auction winners will be announced at 8 p.m. PayPal and Zelle payments may be sent to Deposits can be made at Prosperity Bank account number 223339547. Silent Auction donation items are currently being taken until Sept. 30.


The City of Cleveland will be hosting a fall market on Oct. 7 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Entry is free to the public, and there will be various vendors, food trucks, live music, and a kid’s zone. For more information, contact the Cleveland Civic Center at 281-592-2395, or at civiccenter@clevelandtexas. com.


The Rose non-profit breast health provider is partnering with the Marshall Family Practice to reach uninsured women, ages 40 and older, through The Mobile Mammography Program with screening mammograms. This mammogram opportunity for no cost to those eligible will be held on October 26 from 9 am to 3:30 pm at 601 S. Winfree in Dayton. Contact the Marshall Family Practice at 936-257-1102 for more information and to register by Sept. 26.

CONVERSATIONS & BREAKFAST Pastor Ken Davis from Calvary Baptist Church in Dayton invites everyone to talk to him or pray with him on Friday mornings from 8:30 am to 12 pm at MacDonald’s. You bring the conversation, and he buys the breakfast. You are also more than welcome to send him a Facebook message to leave a prayer request for him.


The first Sunday of each month, Cleveland VFW is sponsoring “The First Sunday” jam hosted by the Loose Change Band from 1–5 pm. Bring your axe and your talent. Musicians wanted. There will be food available.


Every Tuesday-Friday at the Dayton Community Center, a free senior luncheon will be held at the Dayton Community Center 11 am – 12 pm. All are sponsored by Grace Initiative, Dayton’s Meals On Wheels. Call 936-258-6630 to sign up for a meal.


The Dayton Senior Mid-day Movie event is every Thursday after lunch at noon in the senior center. The movies are provided by Jones Public Library and hosted by the Dayton Community Center.


Every Tuesday, 11:30 am –1 pm, Yarn Club meets at the Dayton Community Center. There will be crocheting, quilting, knitting, cross stitch, embroidery, and just about anything you can think of with yarn! Call a Yarn Club member with questions at 281-385-5398.


Monday-Thursday, 8 am-4 pm, walk the inside air-conditioned hallway square/track (463 ft/0.088 miles) at the Dayton Community Center, 801 S Cleveland St.


There will be an indoor Senior Workout Class every Monday and Thursday, 12:30–1:15 pm, at the Dayton Community, 801 S Cleveland St. For more information, call 936-258-6630.


On the third Monday of every month, a Senior Breakfast will be held at the Dayton Community Center at 9 am. Donations are welcomed. Thrif-tee Food Center will sponsor the breakfast.


After lunch there will be Senior Bingo held at the Dayton Community Center. It is free for all seniors. For more information, call 936-258-6630 or email


The Dayton Community Center will host a Senior Potluck in the Senior Center on the third Thursday of every month. Bring a covered dish. For more information, contact 936-258-6630.


The City of Dayton will host Dominos 42 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 am -12 pm at the Dayton Senior Center. If you are not into “42”, then bring some friends. There will be plenty of cards and dominos at the Senior Center. You can start a new group!

ALCOHOL CHEMICAL TREATMENT SERIES A.C.T.S. is now being offered in Liberty by a trained, program- certified instructor. These classes will satisfy court orders and/or personal growth desires. Mondays at 7 pm at New Life UPC 2510 Jefferson. For additional information, call David Darbonne at 713502-5685


Join us on Sundays at 9 am and Wednesdays at 7 pm to experience the move of God. Children’s Church, Youth and nursery provided. You can meet us at 1610 FM 2830 South in Raywood across from the airport (713562-4447). It’s not church as usual!


The Hardin Senior Citizens meet at the Hardin Community Center each week, Tuesday- Friday the center opens at 8:30 am for anyone wanting a little breakfast at no charge or just to swing in to visit. For more information or to reserve your lunch, call 936-298-3107. The Hardin Community Center is located at 414 CR 2010 in Hardin.

DAYTON OLD SCHOOL MUSEUM The Dayton Old School Museum is open to the public from 10 am – 2 pm on Saturdays. The museum is located at 111 W. Houston St. in Dayton.


The Family Church in Hardin hosts Celebrate Recovery, a weekly class every Friday at 7 pm. If you know someone who needs this class, please share this information with them. This is a Bible-based recovery program for alcohol, drugs, codependency, anger management, etc. The Family Church is at 9456 HWY 146 N in Hardin, Texas.


The City of Liberty has Coffee with the Mayor on the third Thursday of the month at 7:30 am in council chambers.

DAYTON FOOD TRUCK FRIDAYS 11 am - 2 pm every Friday at 111 N Church St. in Dayton.

AMES CITY COUNCIL MEETING As the city’s legislative branch of the City of Ames government, the City Council holds open public meetings where local laws, policies, and fundamental decisions are discussed and decided. City Council members are elected at large.

Notice for all public meetings and agendas are posted before the meeting. Minutes are posted after meetings have concluded.

CLEVELAND COUNCIL MEETING Third Tuesday of each month at 6 pm in the City Hall Council Chambers.

907 E. Houston St. Cleveland, TX 77327

DAYTON CITY COUNCIL MEETING Regular Meetings. 3rd Monday of every month; 6 pm; City Hall Council Chambers 801 S. Cleveland St. Dayton, TX 77535.

LIBERTY CITY COUNCIL MEETING All members are elected at large. The regularly called meetings of the Liberty City Council are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm. Special called meetings are typically held on the fourth Tuesday of each month; however, meetings may be reached at any time to conduct necessary business.


Second Monday of each month Meetings start at 7:00 pm at City Hall.

Due to special circumstances, the start time and date of the council meeting may be adjusted. Check the Calendar for the actual time and place.