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Please do not respond to this e-mail.
If you would like to communicate with City staff, you can e-mail us at
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October 13, 2008

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IN THIS ISSUE

  • Friends of Library Host Book Sale
  • City of Host Presentation – Understanding Your Credit Score
  • United Way Day Proclaimed by Council
  • The Stampede (5K Run) is Coming!
  • Mr. Puppet Returns to the Library for Children’s Program
  • Treats on East Street Returns to Old Haunting Grounds  
  • Story Time for Children Offered at Library
  • New Traffic Signal at Hwy 79 and FM 1660 S to be Activated
  • Fall Youth Basketball League Registration Now Underway
  • City to Survey on Interest & Viability of Community Center for Hutto
  • Sister Cities Program Sponsors Chili Cook-Off Fundraiser

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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Hutto Public Library
Book Sale


The Friends of the Library will have a book sale on Saturday, October 18, 2008 from 9-3 pm during the Olde Tyme Days celebration.

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City Council
City to Host Presentation~ “Understanding Your Credit Score”



Most people think that if they just pay their bills on time, they will have an excellent credit score. Unfortunately, this is not true. There are many aspects of a person’s credit file that are evaluated to determine the score—not just payment history. Most consumers are in the dark about how the credit bureaus determine their score—and this can cost them thousands of dollars. In addition, today’s tight credit market requires having an excellent credit score to get the best loans.

On November 3, 2008, at 7:00 p.m., the Hutto City Council will host a forum in the Council Chambers for anyone interested in attending ~ “Understanding Your Credit Score”. With extensive experience in home and commercial mortgages as well as teaching credit classes for Habitat for Humanity, Kristi France from Home Source Mortgage will give you the insider scoop on your credit report, including:

  • What is a “good” credit score?
  • Can I repair my credit?
  • Can I have too much credit?
  • How is my credit score determined?
  • Do inquiries affect my credit score?
  • How can I check my credit score?
  • How can I get a free copy of my credit report?

If you want to know more about your credit score and how to play the game of credit, plan on coming to this informational seminar. Kristi will go in to detail about how to improve your score and save money in interest charges. For additional information, you may contact Kristi France with Home Source Mortgage at 426-8433, extension 256.

Please note that seating will be limited so this will be a first come, first serve event.

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City Council
United Way Day Proclaimed by Council


Everyone deserves opportunities to have a good life, a quality education that leads to stable employment, enough income to support a family, retirement funds and good health. That’s why the United Way’s work is focused on the building blocks for a good life.

Education is the cornerstone of individual and community success. It is essential to obtaining and maintaining employment with a livable wage and health benefits. And it is fundamental to a community’s economic prosperity. A well-educated workforce attracts a world-class job.

One-third of working Americans do not earn enough money to meet their basic needs. These individuals are walking a financial tightrope — they are barely able to get by, with no ability to save for college, a home, or for retirement. With our help, United Way is working to cut in half the number of lower-income families who are financially unstable. If we are successful, by 2018 1.9 million working families will be on the road to economic independence

United Way addresses pressing health and healthcare issues facing communities across the country. Community by community, the United Way and its partners target childhood obesity, health insurance coverage, healthcare quality, childhood immunizations, substance abuse, family violence, oral health or other healthcare concerns voiced by their community. The United Way is working to improve the health of our country, and they have set a bold goal for the next 10 years to get there. With our help, United Way will be working to increase by one-third the number of youth and adults who are healthy and avoid risky behaviors. Achieving this goal requires us all to become more aware of health risks and the potential effects they have on ourselves and others, starting before birth. Working to change policies and practices, such as extending health care coverage, will enable more people to live healthier lives.

At the October 2 City Council 2 meeting, Mayor Pro-Tem read the City’s proclamation declaring United Way Day for the City of Hutto as Friday, October 10, 2008. Jennifer Edwards from the United Way was on hand to receive the Proclamation.

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Stampede LogoParks and Recreation
The “Stampede” is Coming!


Hutto Parks & Recreation is hosting the Third Annual Olde Tyme Days Stampede 5K Fun Run in conjunction with the Olde Tyme Days Celebration on Saturday, October 18. Pre-registration fees of $20.00 are due by Friday, October 17. Race day registration will be from 7:00 – 7:45 a.m. with late registration fees being $25. First 150 paid entrants will receive a Stampede 5k Fun Run T-shirt. Beautiful medallions will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd place in each age division. All entrants are eligible to win door prizes following the race but must have their official race number to win a prize.

Male and Female Age Divisions include: 14 & Under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69 and 70& Over. Runner packets can be picked up on Friday prior to the race at the Hutto Parks & Recreation office, located at 306 E. Live Oak Street, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Packets will also be available on race day at Fritz Park, 400 Park Street from 7:00 - 7:45 am.

Hutto PARD is also looking for a few good volunteers to man aid stations, call out mile split times and encourage runners along the race. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Patrice Clark, Recreation Program Coordinator by Wednesday, October 15 to volunteer. Volunteers should plan to work from about 6:30-9:30 am on the day of the race. All volunteers will get a free t-shirt!

For more information, please contact the Hutto Parks & Recreation office at 512-759-4000.

Fun Run Registration Form

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Hutto Public Library
Mr. Puppet Returns


Hutto Public Library will host a special fall program for children of all ages on Friday October 24th, at 7:00 pm at the Library at 205 West Street. Mr. Puppet, a well-known puppeteer and ventriloquist will present a puppet show.

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Parks and Recreation Department in CostumesParks and Recreation
Treats on East Street Returns to Its Old Haunting Ground


Hutto Parks & Recreation Department and Hutto Police Department team up to bring back the “TREATS ON EAST STREET” event for its fourth year! This year’s event will take place on Friday, October 31. Children are encouraged to dress in their scariest, prettiest, or most ghoulish costumes and come to downtown Hutto for a safe alternative to trick-or-treating on unfamiliar streets.

Treats on East Street enables local businesses and service groups to partner with Hutto PARD and Hutto Police to create a type of carnival atmosphere where children can play games and try their luck to win candy and prizes! Last year’s event had nearly 2000 people flood East Street with holiday mayhem!

There will be a costume contest for children ten (10) years old and younger. Categories will include Cutest Costume, Scariest Costume and Best Overall Costume. Store bought costumes are good but when extra care goes into a homemade costume, judges tend to look for the more unique and rarely seen costumes.

This event encourages local business as well as participation from service groups. If your business or group cannot participate, Hutto PARD and Hutto PD will accept candy donations. All donations must be pre-packaged, store bought candy; sorry no homemade treats, cookies or candies will be accepted.

The Treats on East Street event starts at 5:30 pm and lasts until 7:30 pm. The Costume Contest will begin at 6:00 pm next to the Hutto Chamber of Commerce building. Businesses and service groups crawling to participate in this year’s event need to call Hutto Parks & Recreation Department at 759-4000 and speak with Julie Arndt.

Treats on East Street Flyer

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Hutto Public Library
Story Time


Hutto Public Library continues to offer story time for pre-school age children and toddlers on Thursdays at 10:30 am.

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Hutto Police Department
Traffic Light at Hwy 79 and FM 1660 S


After four years of the City of Hutto seeking approval from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and Union Pacific Railroad, the traffic signal at the intersection of Hwy 79 and FM 1660 South has finally been installed. It is a TxDOT policy to leave traffic lights on a new signal blinking for several weeks so drivers will become familiar with the new intersection signals. The Texas Department of Transportation will activate the signal the week of October 13. “This is a major improvement for the City of Hutto. It will help take care of a very dangerous intersection where a number of accidents with serious injuries have occurred,” said Police Chief Harold Thomas. “I’ve worked on this issue since I arrived at the City in December of 2005.”

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Parks and Recreation
Fall Youth Basketball League


Registration is now underway for the Hutto Parks and Recreation Department’s Youth Basketball. This year’s fees are $80 for residents and $85 for non-residents with a discount for registering more than one sibling. Fees include jersey, awards, officials and gym space. Registration categories include Boys & Girls Divisions I and II: 8 & under, 10 & under, 12 & under, and 14 & under.

The Parks & Recreation Department will once again be offering the S.M.A.R.T. Program for Parents. The S.M.A.R.T. Program is a mandatory training for parents registering their children in the 8 & under and 10 & under age divisions. Forms are available at the Parks & Recreation office.

Should there be questions or additional information is needed, please contact the Parks & Recreation administrative office at (512) 759-4000 or email patrice.clark@huttotx.gov.

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Parks and Recreation Department
City to Survey on Interest & Viability of Community Center for Hutto


In response to recent inquiries as well as tasks outlined in the City of Hutto’s Parks and Recreation Open Space and Trails Master Plan, preliminary research has begun to determine levels of interest with regard to a Community Center in Hutto.

The proposed project is looking for a home site location and has the ability to encompass a variety of possible services. In order to determine which services are needed in Hutto, Amanda Moreno, a University of Texas social work student intern is working with the City to research this project. Mrs. Moreno will seek input from the community to ensure that all citizens have a voice as well as help create a vision for a final product.

This input will come through a survey indicating various types of services one might like to include as part of a community recreation and resource center. People are invited to take a few moments to complete a simple twenty question on-line survey. Survey data will be used to make a recommendation on whether or not the Hutto community desires such a center.

The on-line survey will be available beginning September 15 through the City of Hutto website’s home page or the Parks and Recreation home page by clicking on the “community recreation and resource center survey” link. Following the close of survey on October 24, results will be compiled, analyzed and organized with a public presentation sometime in the spring of 2009.

For additional information about the survey gathering process, please contact Amanda Moreno at the Hutto Parks & Recreation Department at 512-759-4000 or email her at amanda.moreno@huttotx.gov

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City Manager’s Office
Sister City Hosts Chili Cook-Off Fundraiser


On Saturday, November 8, Hutto will host its first Chili Cook-Off to build community awareness about our Sister City program. The Cook-Off will be held in conjunction with the Hutto Mercantile Farmer’s Market, located at the old Co-Op on Hwy 79. Entry fee is only $20, and we are encouraging businesses, community groups, and individuals to enter. For more information or to print an entry form, visit www.huttozambia.com.

Chili Cook-Off Entry Form

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Calendar of Events

Monday, October 13
Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting
7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers

Monday, October 13
Senior Game Day
1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Parks & Recreation Department

Monday, October 13
Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting
7:00 p.m. Council Chambers

Tuesday, October 14
EDC Board of Directors Meeting
7:00 p.m. Council Chambers

Thursday, October 16
Story time ~songs and finger plays for preschool age
10:30 a.m. - noon Hutto Public Library

Thursday, October 16
Hutto City Council Meeting
7:00 p.m. Council Chambers

Saturday, October 18
3rd Annual Hutto Stampede 5K
8:00 a.m. Fritz Park

Saturday, October 18
Saturday Council Chat with Citizens
CANCELLED DUE TO OLDE TYME DAYS

Saturday, October 18
Friends of Library Book Sale
9:00 am – 3:00 pm Hutto Public Library

Saturday, October 18
Olde Tyme Days Festival
9:00 a.m. - ? Downtown Hutto

Saturday, October 19
Williamson County Symphony Orchestra
7:30 p.m. Hutto High School PAC

Friday, October 31
Treats on East Street
6:00 p.m. East Street

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Hutto Highlights
The City of Hutto’s Electronic Newsletter

Welcome to Hutto Highlights.
Please do not respond to this e-mail.
If you would like to communicate with City staff, you can e-mail us at cmo@HuttoTx.gov [mailto:cmo@HuttoTx.gov]

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October 13, 2008

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IN THIS ISSUE

Friends of Library Host Book Sale
City of Host Presentation – Understanding Your Credit Score
United Way Day Proclaimed by Council
The Stampede (5K Run) is Coming!
Mr. Puppet Returns to the Library for Children’s Program
Treats on East Street Returns to Old Haunting Grounds
Story Time for Children Offered at Library
New Traffic Signal at Hwy 79 and FM 1660 S to be Activated
Fall Youth Basketball League Registration Now Underway
City to Survey on Interest & Viability of Community Center for Hutto
Sister Cities Program Sponsors Chili Cook-Off Fundraiser


CALENDAR OF EVENTS

* * * * * * *

Hutto Public Library
Book Sale

The Friends of the Library will have a book sale on Saturday, October 18, 2008 from 9-3 pm during the Olde Tyme Days celebration.

* * * * * * *

City Council
City to Host Presentation~ “Understanding Your Credit Score”


Most people think that if they just pay their bills on time, they will have an excellent credit score. Unfortunately, this is not true. There are many aspects of a person’s credit file that are evaluated to determine the score—not just payment history. Most consumers are in the dark about how the credit bureaus determine their score—and this can cost them thousands of dollars. In addition, today’s tight credit market requires having an excellent credit score to get the best loans.

On November 3, 2008, at 7:00 p.m., the Hutto City Council will host a forum in the Council Chambers for anyone interested in attending ~ “Understanding Your Credit Score”. With extensive experience in home and commercial mortgages as well as teaching credit classes for Habitat for Humanity, Kristi France from Home Source Mortgage will give you the insider scoop on your credit report, including:

What is a “good” credit score?
Can I repair my credit?
Can I have too much credit?
How is my credit score determined?
Do inquiries affect my credit score?
How can I check my credit score?
How can I get a free copy of my credit report?


If you want to know more about your credit score and how to play the game of credit, plan on coming to this informational seminar. Kristi will go in to detail about how to improve your score and save money in interest charges. For additional information, you may contact Kristi France with Home Source Mortgage at 426-8433, extension 256.

Please note that seating will be limited so this will be a first come, first serve event.

* * * * * * *

City Council
United Way Day Proclaimed by Council

Everyone deserves opportunities to have a good life, a quality education that leads to stable employment, enough income to support a family, retirement funds and good health. That’s why the United Way’s work is focused on the building blocks for a good life.

Education is the cornerstone of individual and community success. It is essential to obtaining and maintaining employment with a livable wage and health benefits. And it is fundamental to a community’s economic prosperity. A well-educated workforce attracts a world-class job.

One-third of working Americans do not earn enough money to meet their basic needs. These individuals are walking a financial tightrope — they are barely able to get by, with no ability to save for college, a home, or for retirement. With our help, United Way is working to cut in half the number of lower-income families who are financially unstable. If we are successful, by 2018 1.9 million working families will be on the road to economic independence

United Way addresses pressing health and healthcare issues facing communities across the country. Community by community, the United Way and its partners target childhood obesity, health insurance coverage, healthcare quality, childhood immunizations, substance abuse, family violence, oral health or other healthcare concerns voiced by their community. The United Way is working to improve the health of our country, and they have set a bold goal for the next 10 years to get there. With our help, United Way will be working to increase by one-third the number of youth and adults who are healthy and avoid risky behaviors. Achieving this goal requires us all to become more aware of health risks and the potential effects they have on ourselves and others, starting before birth. Working to change policies and practices, such as extending health care coverage, will enable more people to live healthier lives.

At the October 2 City Council 2 meeting, Mayor Pro-Tem read the City’s proclamation declaring United Way Day for the City of Hutto as Friday, October 10, 2008. Jennifer Edwards from the United Way was on hand to receive the Proclamation.

* * * * * * *

Parks and Recreation
The “Stampede” is Coming!

Hutto Parks & Recreation is hosting the Third Annual Olde Tyme Days Stampede 5K Fun Run in conjunction with the Olde Tyme Days Celebration on Saturday, October 18. Pre-registration fees of $20.00 are due by Friday, October 17. Race day registration will be from 7:00 – 7:45 a.m. with late registration fees being $25. First 150 paid entrants will receive a Stampede 5k Fun Run T-shirt. Beautiful medallions will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd place in each age division. All entrants are eligible to win door prizes following the race but must have their official race number to win a prize.

Male and Female Age Divisions include: 14 & Under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69 and 70& Over. Runner packets can be picked up on Friday prior to the race at the Hutto Parks & Recreation office, located at 306 E. Live Oak Street, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Packets will also be available on race day at Fritz Park, 400 Park Street from 7:00 - 7:45 am.

Hutto PARD is also looking for a few good volunteers to man aid stations, call out mile split times and encourage runners along the race. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Patrice Clark, Recreation Program Coordinator by Wednesday, October 15 to volunteer. Volunteers should plan to work from about 6:30-9:30 am on the day of the race. All volunteers will get a free t-shirt!

For more information, please contact the Hutto Parks & Recreation office at 512-759-4000.

Fun Run Registration Form [http://www.huttotx.gov/DocumentView.asp?DID=353]

* * * * * * *

Hutto Public Library
Mr. Puppet Returns

Hutto Public Library will host a special fall program for children of all ages on Friday October 24th, at 7:00 pm at the Library at 205 West Street. Mr. Puppet, a well-known puppeteer and ventriloquist will present a puppet show.

* * * * * * *

Parks and Recreation
Treats on East Street Returns to Its Old Haunting Ground

Hutto Parks & Recreation Department and Hutto Police Department team up to bring back the “TREATS ON EAST STREET” event for its fourth year! This year’s event will take place on Friday, October 31. Children are encouraged to dress in their scariest, prettiest, or most ghoulish costumes and come to downtown Hutto for a safe alternative to trick-or-treating on unfamiliar streets.

Treats on East Street enables local businesses and service groups to partner with Hutto PARD and Hutto Police to create a type of carnival atmosphere where children can play games and try their luck to win candy and prizes! Last year’s event had nearly 2000 people flood East Street with holiday mayhem!

There will be a costume contest for children ten (10) years old and younger. Categories will include Cutest Costume, Scariest Costume and Best Overall Costume. Store bought costumes are good but when extra care goes into a homemade costume, judges tend to look for the more unique and rarely seen costumes.

This event encourages local business as well as participation from service groups. If your business or group cannot participate, Hutto PARD and Hutto PD will accept candy donations. All donations must be pre-packaged, store bought candy; sorry no homemade treats, cookies or candies will be accepted.

The Treats on East Street event starts at 5:30 pm and lasts until 7:30 pm. The Costume Contest will begin at 6:00 pm next to the Hutto Chamber of Commerce building. Businesses and service groups crawling to participate in this year’s event need to call Hutto Parks & Recreation Department at 759-4000 and speak with Julie Arndt.

Treats on East Street Flyer [http://www.huttotx.gov/DocumentView.asp?DID=352]
* * * * * * *

Hutto Public Library
Story Time

Hutto Public Library continues to offer story time for pre-school age children and toddlers on Thursdays at 10:30 am.

* * * * * * *


Hutto Police Department
Traffic Light at Hwy 79 and FM 1660 S

After four years of the City of Hutto seeking approval from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and Union Pacific Railroad, the traffic signal at the intersection of Hwy 79 and FM 1660 South has finally been installed. It is a TxDOT policy to leave traffic lights on a new signal blinking for several weeks so drivers will become familiar with the new intersection signals. The Texas Department of Transportation will activate the signal the week of October 13. “This is a major improvement for the City of Hutto. It will help take care of a very dangerous intersection where a number of accidents with serious injuries have occurred,” said Police Chief Harold Thomas. “I’ve worked on this issue since I arrived at the City in December of 2005.”

* * * * * * *


Parks and Recreation
Fall Youth Basketball League

Registration is now underway for the Hutto Parks and Recreation Department’s Youth Basketball. This year’s fees are $80 for residents and $85 for non-residents with a discount for registering more than one sibling. Fees include jersey, awards, officials and gym space. Registration categories include Boys & Girls Divisions I and II: 8 & under, 10 & under, 12 & under, and 14 & under.

The Parks & Recreation Department will once again be offering the S.M.A.R.T. Program for Parents. The S.M.A.R.T. Program is a mandatory training for parents registering their children in the 8 & under and 10 & under age divisions. Forms are available at the Parks & Recreation office.

Should there be questions or additional information is needed, please contact the Parks & Recreation administrative office at (512) 759-4000 or email patrice.clark@huttotx.gov [mailto:patrice.clark@huttotx.gov] .

* * * * * * *

Parks and Recreation Department
City to Survey on Interest & Viability of Community Center for Hutto

In response to recent inquiries as well as tasks outlined in the City of Hutto’s Parks and Recreation Open Space and Trails Master Plan, preliminary research has begun to determine levels of interest with regard to a Community Center in Hutto.

The proposed project is looking for a home site location and has the ability to encompass a variety of possible services. In order to determine which services are needed in Hutto, Amanda Moreno, a University of Texas social work student intern is working with the City to research this project. Mrs. Moreno will seek input from the community to ensure that all citizens have a voice as well as help create a vision for a final product.

This input will come through a survey indicating various types of services one might like to include as part of a community recreation and resource center. People are invited to take a few moments to complete a simple twenty question on-line survey. Survey data will be used to make a recommendation on whether or not the Hutto community desires such a center.

The on-line survey will be available beginning September 15 through the City of Hutto website’s home page or the Parks and Recreation home page by clicking on the “community recreation and resource center survey” link. Following the close of survey on October 24, results will be compiled, analyzed and organized with a public presentation sometime in the spring of 2009.

For additional information about the survey gathering process, please contact Amanda Moreno at the Hutto Parks & Recreation Department at 512-759-4000 or email her at amanda.moreno@huttotx.gov [mailto:Amanda.moreno@huttotx.gov]

* * * * * * *

City Manager’s Office
Sister City Hosts Chili Cook-Off Fundraiser

On Saturday, November 8, Hutto will host its first Chili Cook-Off to build community awareness about our Sister City program. The Cook-Off will be held in conjunction with the Hutto Mercantile Farmer’s Market, located at the old Co-Op on Hwy 79. Entry fee is only $20, and we are encouraging businesses, community groups, and individuals to enter. For more information or to print an entry form, visit www.huttozambia.com [http://www.huttozambia.com] .

Chili Cook-Off Entry Form [http://www.huttotx.gov/DocumentView.asp?DID=351]


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Calendar of Events

Monday, October 13
Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting
7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers

Monday, October 13
Senior Game Day
1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Parks & Recreation Department

Monday, October 13
Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting
7:00 p.m. Council Chambers

Tuesday, October 14
EDC Board of Directors Meeting
7:00 p.m. Council Chambers

Thursday, October 16
Story time ~songs and finger plays for preschool age
10:30 a.m. - noon Hutto Public Library

Thursday, October 16
Hutto City Council Meeting
7:00 p.m. Council Chambers

Saturday, October 18
3rd Annual Hutto Stampede 5K
8:00 a.m. Fritz Park

Saturday, October 18
Saturday Council Chat with Citizens
CANCELLED DUE TO OLDE TYME DAYS

Saturday, October 18
Friends of Library Book Sale
9:00 am – 3:00 pm Hutto Public Library

Saturday, October 18
Olde Tyme Days Festival
9:00 a.m. - ? Downtown Hutto

Saturday, October 19
Williamson County Symphony Orchestra
7:30 p.m. Hutto High School PAC

Friday, October 31
Treats on East Street
6:00 p.m. East Street

* * * * * * *

This complimentary message is being sent to opt-in subscribers who might be interested in its content. If you do not wish to continue receiving these messages, please accept our apologies, and unsubscribe by visiting our website at:
http://www.huttotx.gov/list.asp?mode=del [http://www.huttotx.gov/list.asp?mode=del]

Please note, we will not sell or give your e-mail address to any organization without your explicit permission.

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