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Oct 13, 2015   08:03 AM

First United Methodist Church of Ballinger will be having their Lord’s Acre Festival,
Sunday, October 18th located at 1501 N. Broadway in Ballinger, Tx.   
Activities will include silent auction, a country store with homemade goodies, and the “Friends-in-Stitches” will have homemade note cards and gift items for sale, all starting at 10:00 a.m.
Children’s Fair with a petting zoo and horse rides will begin at 11:00 a.m..
Bar-B-Q Brisket and Sausage lunch from 11:00 to 1:00 p.m., dine-in, drive-thru and 
take-out available. Meal tickets are $10 for drive thru, take out and Adult dine-in.  
$5 Children’s plates will be available for dine-in only.   
Live Auction starting at 12:30 p.m. 
For more information, please contact the First United Methodist Church in Ballinger at (325)365-2323. Click here for the flyer.

Oct 13, 2015   08:01 AM
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Wingate Masonic Lodge 1042 held a food drive for the Good Samaritan Food Bank in Winters Texas last Tuesday the 29th. The drive was held at the Walmart with thanks to Manager Chad Murray for his support.
Some of the Mason's pictured at the drive include L/R Thurman Self,Ed Poehls, Ben Thorpe, CR Dean and George Mostad. 
The food was delivered to Barbara Jones at the Good Samaritan Food Bank located behind the barber shop off of Main St. by Ben Thorpe and Brandon Poehls. Pictured with Barbara and some of the volunteers at the food bank. The Winters Food Bank plays a vital role fulfilling the needs of our citizens in our community that would otherwise suffer without their help. All donations are accepted. You can make donations MWF from 9 am to 12 noon and Tues and Thurs from 3 to 6 pm.

Sep 27, 2015   09:57 AM



Monday, September 28, 2015 6:00 p.m.

Council Chambers, City Hall 310 S. Main, Winters, Texas


* NOTE: D/A on this agenda stands for Discussion/Action                                                    

Call meeting to order

Quorum check.                                                                                                               



1.      Status Update for Water Projects.

2.    D/A on Electric House lease for FY 2015/2016.

3.    D/A on Airport Land Lease with Rodrick Bredemeyer for FY 2015/2016.

4.    D/A on Airport Hangar Land Leases for FY 2015/2016.

(Wes Hays, Richard Humphrey, Ronnie Davis, Royce Meares, Kenny Smith, Bill Bredemeyer, and Mike Bright)

5.    D/A on Airport Hangar Land Lease with Steven Ballard Crop Dusting Service for FY 2015/2016.

6.      D/A regarding Engagement letter with Davis Kinard & Co, PC for audit services for year end of September 30, 2015.

7.      D/A on Amending Budget to return Funds to Waterworks from General.

8.      D/A on Budget Amendment for Park Equipment.

9.      Monthly Reports:           

A.    City Hall Monthly Report.               

B.     Chief of Police Monthly Report.     

C.     Municipal Judge Monthly Report.  

10.  Consent Items:

A. Approval of Bills.  

B.  Approval of Minutes.

11.  Adjourn Meeting.



If audience needs disability facilities, they should notify us 72 hours before the Council Meeting.

I do hereby certify that this Agenda was posted at City Hall on Friday, September 25, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. and remain so posted for at least 72 hours preceding the meeting.   

Sep 23, 2015   07:19 AM
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The Winters Dove Fest 2015 Executive Committee distributed $18,000 from Dove Fest proceeds to 16 local non-profit youth and civic organizations.  Dove Fest once again did extremely well and local businesses benefitted from the additional number of visitors to the Winters community.  Seventy-five towns were represented in the visitors to Winters and 46% of the attendance was from out of town.  The barbeque meal was served to 748 people.  An additional $1000 will go for a college scholarship to the Dove Fest Queen.  The Dove Fest Executive Committee was very pleased with the attendance and the support from businesses.  

Sep 23, 2015   07:17 AM
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A fund was started in the spring of 2014 to put a much needed new roof on The Rock Hotel.  Proceeds from the Memories Day Spring Festivals last year and this year were designated for the Roof the Rock Fund.  The cost of the project is $12,000 and over $10,000 has been raised from the festivals and other donations.  The Z. I. Hale Museum would like to get the roof replaced this fall and repairs made to the ceiling inside.  As soon as the Museum receives $2000, the project will start.  Donations can be sent to the Z. I. Hale Museum “Roof the Rock Fund,” PO Box 211, Winters  79567.  

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