FRIDAY – 5th Friday Around The Square

5th 3dPRESS RELEASE
Friday, July 29th, is the next 5th Friday Slaton on the Square from 6 – 9 p.m.!
Multiplicity Art Gallery’s featured artist this month is photographer Jeff Driver!
Come see what’s NEW from Multiplicity Art Gallery’s artists: photographers Christena Stephens, Willa Finley and Jerry Thompson, potters Cecily Maples, Roger Holmes, Wayne Greene and Tom Hicks, mixed media artists Jennifer Greer and Carol Koenig, fused glass artist and water-colorist Judy Robertson, mosaic artist Marsha Davis, drawings by Yvonne Greene, native American jewelry by Little Eagle, and oil painter Susan Sheets.
Multiplicity Art Gallery is also featuring an Estate Sale for this month only.  Who knows what treasures you may find!
Also open on the Square will be The In Between Gallery, The Model Railroad Studio, Town Square Antique Mall, Quilts ‘n More, the historic Slaton Bakery and more!
Looking forward to seeing you all there!
Multiplicity
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Kitten Steam Engine & Jerry!

Did you know that the Kitten Family has their name on equipment just like John Deere?  It is the Kitten Steam Engine.  Here is Jerry Kitten with the Family Product!
Jerry Kitten

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Mercy Retreat Center New Logo! & Book Your Next Event – Party!

Mercy Retreat Center has a new logo!  The Center is available for catering, family functions, meetings, parties, receptions, rehearsal dinners, retreats, prayer meetings, reunions, birthday parties and more… We have several meeting areas and have our own kitchen staff.  Call or Text Mark Allen Meurer for details and a tour 806-789-8456
MRC New Logo
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Burrows Response – TEXAS 2011 VOTER ID LAW

BurrowsFor immediate release:

STATEMENT FROM TEXAS HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE DUSTIN BURROWS (HD83)REGARDING  U.S. 5TH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS DECISION ON TEXAS 2011 VOTER ID LAW 

Texas State House Representative Dustin Burrows (HD-83) issued the following statement this afternoon following the 5th Circuit Courts decision:

“Our Republic is built upon the integrity of our elections; and, unfortunately, today’s decision takes away part of Texas’ ability to protect against fraud.”

 

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