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It's that time again! We are raffling 10 prizes for $10 per ticket. Each ticket gives you 10 chances to win!!!
The drawing will be Memorial Day weekend on Saturday, May 29, 2021.
For tickets or more information, contact any member of West Lake Limestone VFD or call the fire station at (254) 729-0165.
Limestone County Emergency Services District #2 Board of Commissioners will be conducting business meetings via teleconference for the foreseeable future in order to prevent compromising anyone's health while we continue to serve our stakeholders. All of these meetings are open to the public and anyone is welcome to attend. All business meetings will be recorded and will be conducted exactly the same as if we were meeting at the fire station. The only difference is that we will be meeting on the phone instead of meeting in person.
Here are the instructions to attend the meetings:
Phone Number: +1 (646) 307-1479
For best results, call the phone number 5-10 minutes before the meeting and keep trying if you get a busy signal.
You will hear a recording welcoming you to the meeting and asking you to enter the passcode. Enter the passcode as written above. At that point you will be connected to the teleconference and be able to hear and speak to the other attendees.
Congratulations to Charles Eastburn who won the 9mm Pistol, Charlie Baker who won the 270 Rifle, and Lane Lenamond who won the Exotic Animal Hunt.
A huge THANK YOU to everyone who bought a ticket and/or came out to support us. We actually ran out of food an hour early. You are all winners for helping us get closer to our goals to acquire the equipment we need to continue improving the Fire and Emergency Medical services we provide for our community. You are our heroes!
Check our our Facebook page for the live video of the drawing by clicking here.
The Texas Division of Emergency Management is maintaining a list of counties confirmed to be exempt from this order. According to TDEM’s website, counties must have 20 or less active COVID-19 cases, but also county judges must submit an exemption form, “affirmatively opting out,” before being approved for exemption by the State.
For more information, please click here to view the full Executive Order.