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Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Austin Announces 9th Annual Fall Festival

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Anonymous said...

I give the little town of Austin and the people there tons of credit for keeping their festivals going. It takes alot of planning and volunteers so keep up the good work and show the bigger towns how its done!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the comment. It's great to know that people appreciate what our organizations do for our community. Some of our organizations consist of 3-4 people and it's a lot of work but well worth it; especially when you see the smiles on the kids faces.
Austin CTC offers several trips to the community (all ages). We just wish more people would participate.
The volunteers in our organizations usually wear more than one hat. Keep up the good work people. Hats off to the Pride Committee who hosts our annual fireworks which are one of the best around. Kudos to Austin Fire & Ambulance---always there when we need you. Thanks to PTO for helping our school & students. Thanks to all the other volunteers in our community too...You do make a difference !!

Anonymous said...

For years I have said Austin is one of the toughest little towns in our area. No crying about what could have been, just a lot of faithful residents making sure it can be. As small as your school has been you always give other schools something to think about. Your Little League field is another great accomplishment. Great job.
Cheryl Bryant

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Anonymous said...

I give the little town of Austin and the people there tons of credit for keeping their festivals going. It takes alot of planning and volunteers so keep up the good work and show the bigger towns how its done!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the comment. It's great to know that people appreciate what our organizations do for our community. Some of our organizations consist of 3-4 people and it's a lot of work but well worth it; especially when you see the smiles on the kids faces.
Austin CTC offers several trips to the community (all ages). We just wish more people would participate.
The volunteers in our organizations usually wear more than one hat. Keep up the good work people. Hats off to the Pride Committee who hosts our annual fireworks which are one of the best around. Kudos to Austin Fire & Ambulance---always there when we need you. Thanks to PTO for helping our school & students. Thanks to all the other volunteers in our community too...You do make a difference !!

Anonymous said...

For years I have said Austin is one of the toughest little towns in our area. No crying about what could have been, just a lot of faithful residents making sure it can be. As small as your school has been you always give other schools something to think about. Your Little League field is another great accomplishment. Great job.
Cheryl Bryant