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Chapter Happenings... Around The Lone Star State

published: October 4th 2019
source: ICA of Texas
Colorado Valley ICA
By Les Mallory
At the recent Colorado Valley Independent Cattle-men’s Association monthly meeting, new officers were elected. The positions were filled as follows: president: Steve Janda of La Grange, vice-president: Horace Drisdale of Plum, and secretary: Tara Van Wart of West Point. Bruce Dopslauf of La Grange will continue to hold the position of treasurer and Anna Karisch of La Grange will continue to hold the position of scholarship chariman. 
Southeast Texas ICA
By Debbie Riley
Hello from southeast Texas. Just two years after Harvey, we find ourselves dealing with weather that most thought we would never witness again in our lifetime. Along with our southeast Texas family having to deal with catastrophic damage, the Winnie Stowell Community Build-ing also flooded and the county is in the process of assessing the damage. So, at this time, the Southeast Texas Drawdown Fund-raiser originally scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 26th, has to be postponed.  The chapter officers and drawdown committee will be working to reschedule and advise everyone the new date as soon as possible. Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected by the Imelda flood.  In closing, Happy Trails and Texas Strong.
South Central Texas ICA
By Laurie Miller
The next South Central Texas Independent Cattle-man’s Association (SCTICA) meeting will be Oct. 8th, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at the Falls City Community Hall in Falls City.   A catered meal will be available.  A local high school student, Logan Baker, will give a brief presentation on lab grown meat. He will be followed by speaker, Ma-son Kraus, from Douglas King Seed Co., who will talk about native grasses.  A general CEU will be given for this presentation.
Please call Gus Gonzalez, president at 210-275-3133 to RSVP for the meal. We look forward to seeing our neighbors and yours.

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