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CITY SECRETARY Janice Wasut CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS Holds regular meetings at 7PM the second Wednesday of each month at Fayetteville's City Hall Community Room Economic Development Corporation Meetings-Holds regular meetings after the City Council meeting on the second Wednesday of each month at Fayetteville's City Hall Community Meeting Room ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD MEETINGS Holds regular meetings at 7PM the second Thursday of each month at Fayetteville's City Hall Community Room HOT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETINGS Held Quarterly at Fayetteville's City Hall Community Room NOTICE OF MEETINGS Regular And Special Called Meetings Are Posted Seventy-Two Hours In Advance On Bulletin Board At Entrance Of City Hall In Accordance With The Open Meetings Act

Mayor Stephen Cushing
202 E Main Street
Fayetteville, TX 78940
979-378-2559  
CITY OFFICE OPEN M-F 1-5PM

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Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce, Inc. Our mission is to support local and area businesses and organizations. Join us! Open to Businesses, Organizations, and Individuals. Attending meetings is NOT required. For more membership information and how the Chamber can support your business or organization, call or email or visit our website.

123 North Washington Street (Mailing: P.O. Box 217)
Fayetteville, TX 78940
979-378-4021  979-877-5290
"Fayetteville, The Way Texas Used to Be"

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Shelby American Legion Post 602 Membership Meeting is held the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Post. Since our charter, our American Legion Post has been welcoming VETERANS from all branches of our Armed Forces. Today, we continue to welcome all military personnel serving our country. Joining our Post enables you to continue serving your God, Country and Community. Our mission is to implement the goals, aspirations, dreams, peace and blessings for our country, friends and families embodied in our preamble. To the wonderful patriotic citizens of the Fayette County and 9th District community. Join our Post as a Booster or Sponsor. (click Sponsor or Booster Button for details). 100% of the monies raised are given back to the community. Help us to continue sponsoring Scholarships for our children; give aid and assistance to our local needy Veterans, and their families. Help us to continue to support financially worthy community programs and projects.

American Legion Post 602
4019 FM 1457
Fayetteville, TX 78940

Membership Meeting 1st Tuesday of each month

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Cedar of Lebanon Church of God in Christ - Worship with us! Sunday School Sunday 10:00 AM. Morning Worship Sunday 11:30 AM. All welcome!

1946 E. State Hwy 159
Fayetteville, TX 78940
(979)378-2990  

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City Cemetery - Call City Hall for Information. Plots: $500 for resident and $1,000 for non-resident Four blocks south on S. Scott St. (FM 1291), across the railroad tracks-are two adjoining cemeteries containing graves for many prominent pioneers. In addition, there are veterans from the war of 1812: Dr. William P. Smith (surgeon general of the Texas army as well as Methodist preacher, Board Member of Rutersville College and editor of the Texas Monument Newspaper), David Wade (an early settler to Fayetteville) and Umbleton Gregory; the three fought in the historic battle of New Orleans. The first Catholic priest of Fayetteville, Father Josef Chromcik, is also buried there. An unmarked grave holding Civil War soldiers is situated next to the City Cemetery. (Photo: Jerry Brown)To find a grave go to http://www.findagrave.com.

303 S Thompson St
Fayetteville, TX 78940
979-378-2559  
Walk Through History - Visit Fayetteville Cemeteries

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Fayetteville Brethren Church - Worship with us! Sundays services 10:45 AM. Sunday School (children and adults) 9:45 to 10:30 AM. All welcome!

1022 Kramr Rd
Fayetteville, TX 78940
979-378-2239  

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Fayetteville Church of Christ - Worship with us! Services 3 PM Sundays. All welcome!

108 W Main Street (Mailing: P. O. 782 Bellville, TX 77418)
Fayetteville, TX 78940
(979) 249-7235  

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The mission of the Fayetteville Cycling Club (FCC) is to raise awareness of bicycling in our community and promote a healthy and active lifestyle through our love of cycling. We strive to provide a safe and friendly environment for cyclists, events and service projects in our area. Fayetteville Cycling Club sponsors the Good Old Summertime Class, always the first Sunday in June. Contact us if you would like more information.

Fayetteville Cycling Club
123 North Washington
Fayetteville, TX 78940
713-444-6219  713-777-5333

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Fayetteville Independent School District - HOME OF THE MIGHTY LIONS Fayetteville Schools serves grades PK-12 in the Fayetteville Independent School District. It is among the few public schools in Texas to receive a distinguished GreatSchools Rating of 8 out of 10. School Board Meetings take place the second Monday of the month beginning at 6:30 PM. There are numerous ways in which community members can contribute to the success of Fayetteville ISD. As you mentioned in your email, individuals are encouraged to become active members of the athletic booster club or educational foundation. Our PTC, Parent-Teacher organization is always looking for volunteers to help out at the Harvest Carnival and other events. In addition, we would welcome individuals wishing to volunteer helping out around the campus, or even tutoring. We look forward to partnering with members of this great community to build an even stronger and brighter Fayetteville. Anyone wishing to help support our students can contact Mrs. Schramm at 979-378-4242.

Jeff Harvey Superintendent
618 North Rusk (Mailing: PO Box 129)
Fayetteville, TX 78940
(979) 378-4242    Fax (979) 378-4246
ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE BY CHOICE, NOT CHANCE.

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Fayetteville Justice of the Peace - The estimated population for this community in Fayette County has been close to 300 residents according to the latest census performed in this area back in 2007. Served by the zip code 78940, this municipality of strong Czech ancestry has a total land area of less than half square mile and it is neighboring with Round Top, Industry, La Grange, West End, Weimar, Columbus, Carmine, and Burton. With a population density of 637 people per square mile, this territory roughly halfway between Austin and Houston is served by the US Highway 77 and the Interstate 10.

Judge Shiela Coufal
109 N Washington St (Mailing: Po Box 458)
Fayetteville, TX 78940
979-378-2573  
Performs wedding ceremonies on Fayetteville Square

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Fayetteville Lions Club's number one priority is to provide scholarships to Fayetteville High School seniors. In the last couple of years, the Lions have raised thousands of dollars for these scholarships. Lions have a dynamic history. Founded in 1917, we are best known for fighting blindness - it's part of our history as well as our work today. But we also volunteer for many different kinds of community projects - including caring for the environment, feeding the hungry and aiding seniors and the disabled. Lions are active. Our motto is "We Serve." Lions are part of a global service network, doing whatever is necessary to help our local communities. Md 2 District 2-S5 Fayetteville Texas United States Club Number:001546

Betty Hambright
1745 Ross Prairie Church
Fayetteville, TX 78940
(979) 250-3306  
Lions Clubs - Ready to Help, Worldwide

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Fayetteville Lodge #240 is a Regular and Recognized masonic lodge located in Fayetteville, TX, having a charter through the Grand Lodge of TX, AF&AM, which is recognized by the United Grand Lodge of England.

Fayetteville, TX 78940
(979) 378-2227  
Meetings 2nd Tues. 7:30p ( Meal 6:30p )

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Fayetteville Volunteer Fire Department - Please support our Volunteer Fire Department. Their annual Fund Raiser is on the first Saturday of May.

202 W Main St
Fayetteville, TX 78940
911  
Serving Fayetteville

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Knights of Columbus, Council 3168 - If you re interested in helping those in need, serving your parish, growing in your faith or having exclusive access to top-rated insurance protection for your family, then the Knights of Columbus is the organization for you. Becoming a Knight of Columbus can transform your life. As a Knight, you have the opportunity to support your parish, give back to your community, grow in your faith and gain exclusive access to our top-rated insurance program to protect your family.

Contact: Grand Knight Ronald Kramr
Fayetteville, TX 78940
979-249-6152  
Transform your life!

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Mt. Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church - Worship with us! First and third Sunday - Sunday School 10:45am and Morning Worship 11:45am. Communion is served on the 1st Sunday of each month Located 1.5 miles out of Fayetteville on the right on East St Hwy 159. All welcome!

Dorothy Lewis
East St Hwy 159 (Mailing: 1828 East St Hwy 159)
Fayetteville, TX 78940
979-966- 3100  
All welcome!

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SPJST Lodge No. 1: 507 East Main Street, Fayetteville, Texas. Directions: Lodge building is located on Highway 159 East, three blocks from the town square. * Hall Rental Information (979) 966-3795 * Lodge Meetings: First Monday of even-numbered months February, April, June, August, October, and December at 6:30 p.m. at the lodge hall. * Secretary Debra Pflughaupt (979) 249-6249 * Youth Club Meetings: Second Monday of each month at 6 p.m. at the lodge hall. Youth Leader Ronnie Pflughaupt (979) 378-2763 rpflughaupt@hotmail.com * Sales Agent Ronnie Pflughaupt (979) 378-2763 rpflughaupt@hotmail.com

Book Hall Billy Wasut
507 East Main Street
Fayetteville, TX 78940
(979) 966-3795  
Insuring and enriching lives since 1897.

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The SPJST Youth Ballpark is the pride and joy of many Fayetteville area youth and is located on 507 East Main (down the road from the square). Fayetteville is located on Highway 159 a short distance from La Grange and zip code 78940 for GPS users. For questions concerning the competition, please contact the Local Coordinators, Clint Jaeger at 979-966-2131 or Mayor Ronnie Pflughaupt at 979-249-6702. "We are very excited to offer this incredible experience to our area youth," states Mayor Pflughaupt, "And we look to forward to many years of playing ball at this wonderful hometown ballpark."

Clint Jaeger & Mayor Ronnie Pflughaupt, Local Coordinators
511 East Main Street
Fayetteville, TX 78940
(979) 966-2131  (979) 249-6702
Visit our wonderful hometown ballpark!

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St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - Worship with us! Sunday Vigil Mass is Saturday at 6:00 PM. Sunday Mass is at 10:00 AM. The weekday Mass can be found in the Bulletin on the website. All welcome!

207 E. Bell St.
Fayetteville, TX 78940
(979) 378-2277  

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St. John's Catholic Cemetery - This site is located in the city on FM 1291 next to the railroad tracks. It is a large well-kept cemetery. The city cemetery is adjacent to the site and separated by a water well and a row of small rock markers. The newer part of the cemetery is across a small creek. For information regarding St. John's Catholic Cemetery contact the Church office at (979) 378-2277. To find a grave go to http://www.findagrave.com.

301 South Thompson Street
Fayetteville, TX 78940

Walk Through History - Visit Fayetteville Cemeteries

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St. Mary Catholic Church - Worship with us! Sunday Mass is at 8:00 AM. All welcome!

815 St. Mary
Ellinger, TX 78938
(979) 378-2277  

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St. Paul's Lutheran Church - Worship with us! Communion is served every Sunday. We worship every Sunday at 10:30 am. Our Stew Fundraiser is always the second Saturday in November. All welcome!

201 N. Rusk Street
Fayetteville, TX 78940
(979) 249-3155  

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US Post Office - History: The Munger Store was built in 1855 and was used as a Post Office - today it is a landmark known as the "The Red & White Store." When Hermann W. H. Zapp (old Zapp store) started as Postmaster on February 26, 1883, the Post Office was at the Pagel Tire Shop, today the corner of Orsak's Caf at Fayette and Washington Street. June 10, 1889, the Post Office was moved into the Steve Building. The Steve Building is at Fayette & Live Oak Streets on the North East of the square. The Gloeckner Hotel was built in 1890 on the corner of Main and Live Oak. Henry A. Gloeckner started as Postmaster on September 1, 1893. The Post Office was in his hotel lobby. Julius Hansen started as Postmaster December 22, 1898 in the Vetter Bldg Saddle Shop, which is today's "Yesterday's Past," located at 112 W Live Oak Street. The original lobby of the old Post office can be viewed as well as the original wall. The wire cage above the wooden wall is still at the top. The "Parcel Post" and the "Stamp" windows are still there. The drop window with bars is open so a person can view the lobby from the middle room where mail was sorted. The original Post Office boxes are now at the Fayetteville Area Heritage Museum. During the time Rudolph R. Kubena was Postmaster the Post Office was moved to the corner of Washington and Fayette Street into a building owned by the Fayetteville Bank. In 1975, a new Post Office was built replacing the Chalupa Cotton Gin at 212 E Main. Written by Lillie Mae Brightwell

USP - The United States Postal Service
212 E Main St
Fayetteville, TX 78940
(979) 378-2513  
M-F 7:30 am - 2:30 pm Lunch 11 - 12 Sat 8-10 am

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Waste Management / Recycling Information Open Tuesdays 1-5 PM Recycling on Tuesdays Open Fridays 12-5 PM Must use Fayette County blue ($2) or pink ($1) bags. Bags are sold at dump site or City Hall. In addition, there is a disposal site for trees and limbs only.

800 Columbus Lane
Fayetteville, TX 78940
979-378-2559  
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County

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FAYETTEVILLE VISITOR CENTER ROOM - Stop in at our Visitor's Center Room for things to do in Fayetteville, Fayette County, and the Area. We are located in the Old Bank Building on Historic Town Square across for the Historic Precinct 2 Courthouse. Fayetteville is Centrally located. For more county events, check out The Chamber's Event Calendar on our website. Stay in Fayetteville. Play in Fayette County. Be our Guest! For lodging options, go to www.StayInFayetteville.com.

Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce
123 North Washington Street (Mailing: PO Box 217)
Fayetteville, TX 78940
979-378-4021  979-8775290
Stay in Fayetteville. Play in Fayette County. Be our Guest

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Carmine Texas - The best kept secret on Hwy 290 - Half way between Houston and Austin. Coming or going, you will find Carmine a destination to visit on Hwy 290 for great food, quality antique shopping and quaint lodging.

PO Box 206
Carmine, TX 78932
(979) 278-4200  

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Ellinger Chamber of Commerce - Ellinger is at the intersection of State Highway 71 and Farm Road 2503, eleven miles southeast of La Grange in eastern Fayette County. The town is on W. O. Burnham's league and was established as a point on the La Grange Tap spur of the Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Railway. Its 200-acre site was donated by John H. Meyer and Henry Fordtran. Andreas Ondrey, a local resident, suggested the name in honor of Joseph Ehlinger, a veteran of the battle of San Jacinto who received a grant in the area and whose family settled there after his death. Ellinger Chamber of Commerce membership is open to any person with a common interest in advancing the general welfare of the Ellinger area. Please contact Lucille Koehl at 979-249-5462 for information.

Lucille Koehl
104 West Colorado Sky
Ellinger, TX 78938
(979) 378-2311  

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Fayette County - La Grange, Flatonia, Carmine, Engle, High Hill, Bluff, Black Jack Springs, Park, Swiss Alp, Warda, Winedale, and Round Top are some of the communities of this territory framed by Austin, Bastrop, Caldwell, Colorado, Gonzales, Lavaca, Washington, and Lee Counties. This land of several notable locations such as Mullins Prairie, Schulenburg Historical Museum, Round Top Area History Museum, Highland Hills Branch Library, Cistern Catholic Church, Monument Hill State Park, and Jaycee Park was named after the Marquis de la Fayette; an American Revolutionary War hero. With a population density of 23 people per square mile, this community reports German, Czech, American, and English ancestries present in the traditions, culture, and beliefs of its residents.

Fayetteville, TX 78940

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Fayette County Appraisal District - Within the website, you will find general information about the District and the ad valorem property tax system in Texas, as well as information regarding specific properties within the district. Fayette County Appraisal District is responsible for appraising all real and business personal property within Fayette County. The district appraises property according to the Texas Property Tax Code and the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practices (USPAP).

Chief Appraiser: Richard Moring
111 S. Vail St (Mailing: P.O. Box 836)
La Grange, TX 78945
(979) 968-8383    Fax (979) 968-8385
Welcome to Fayette County Appraisal District!

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Vitame Vas! The Fayette County Chapter of the Czech Heritage Society of Texas was organized on March 7, 1987, at the historical SPJST Lodge No. 1, Fayetteville, Texas. Membership is open to persons of Moravian/Czech descent or anyone interested in preserving Slavic culture in Fayette County and in the State of Texas. We have four meeting a year. All meetings are the third Thursday in January, June and September except the December meeting and Christmas party is held in Columbus at a date to be determined, Our meetings are usually held in the Fayette Memorial Library in January and September. In June we have our meeting and picnic at the KJT Center of off SH 71 east of La Grange. General time for meetings and picnic are 6 PM. Dues for the Fayette Chapter are $5.00 annually and $10.00 for State Membership, for a total of $15.00. To insure that the member's name is listed on the state roster, the dues should be paid by the end of January. Any dues paid in October through December will be credited for the following year.

PRESIDENT - Ben Bohuslav
215 Summit Dr.
La Grange, TX 78945
(979) 966-0505  
Open to anyone interested in preserving Slavic culture.

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Fayette County Court -

Judge Ed Janecka
151 N Washington St (Mailing: 151 N Washington Street - Suite 301)
La Grange, TX 78945
979-968-6469  

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The Fayette County EMS System operates 4 stations in La Grange, Schulenburg, Fayetteville, and Flatonia and are assisted by 10 First Responder agencies. Each of our stations are staffed with a Paramedic/EMT team 24/7. We operate a fleet of 7 ambulances and 2 support vehicles equipped with Mobile Intensive Care Unit capabilities. We respond to approximately 300 emergency and non-emergency calls per month. We maintain a full-time staff of 27 EMT's and Paramedics and a part-time staff of 12 EMT's/Paramedics. The FCEMS System is a clinically sophisticated, customer service oriented community service. We are able to accomplish our goals through a team approach. Our team is comprised of 911 call takers and dispatchers, Fire Departments, stand alone First Responder agencies, EMS Paramedics, EMT's, emergency room physicians and nurses. For additional information or questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

The Fayette County EMS System
202 W Main St
Fayetteville, TX 78940
911  (979) 968-8991  Fax (979) 968-9488
Serving the Citizens of Fayette County for over 35 years!

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Judge Ed Janecka, County Judge of Fayette County, Texas serves as the presiding officer of the Commissioners Court, in addition to being the judge of the county court. These are two separate and distinct positions of authority. He also performs diverse administrative duties in his own name and title relating to such matters as the conduct of elections, liquor licenses, guardianships, probating of wills, competency hearings, juvenile matters, occupational drivers licenses, along with preparation of the budget. The County Judge also presides over civil jurisdiction matters not exceeding $10,000.00. The County Judge is provided for in article V, section 15 of the Constitution. He is looked upon as the chief executive official in county government.

Judge Ed Janecka
151 North Washington St., Room 301
La Grange, TX 78944
(979) 968-6469    Fax (979) 968-8621

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Our Mission ~ The Fayette County Sheriff's Office has a unified commitment to serve our community with pride, integrity, honesty, and fairness. Sheriff' s Office Profile ~ The Fayette County Sheriff's Office is responsible for law enforcement in the rural areas of Fayette County. The Fayette County Sheriff's Office dispatches for EMS, three other city police departments, Department of Public Safety Troopers, and ten volunteer fire departments. The Sheriff's Office is responsible for the incarceration of all persons arrested in Fayette County. It serves a population of over 25,000 in a 950 square mile area. The inmate population at the Fayette County Jail is approximately 45. The Department employs about 46 people, and its annual budget in 2 millions dollars. Email Sheriff Keith Korenek -keith.korenek@co.fayette.tx.us Chief Deputy Randy Noviskie - randy.noviskie@co.fayette.tx.us Lt. David Beyer - david.beyer@co.fayette.tx.us Sgt. Ron Naumann - ron.naumann@co.fayette.tx.us Sgt. Charles Jobb - charles.jobb@co.fayette.tx.us

Sheriff Keith Korenek
Fayetteville, TX 78940
(979) 968-5856    Fax (979) 968-5080
We serve with pride, integrity, honesty, and fairness.

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WELCOME TO FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS USA Centrally located between Houston, Austin and San Antonio, Fayette County is rich in amenities, high in culture and shared with over 235,000 visitors each year. Visit our rolling hills and open spaces. Step into the past and discover Fayette County's arts, heritage and countryside. Discover the rich history, festivals, food, wine and friendly communities of Fayette County. It is a lifestyle that will remind you of small towns in the past with friendly, slower-paced country settings and a mix of Czech and German heritage and architecture. This sophisticated rural destination is a quality escape vacation for everyone. Come experience all of the things that make Fayette County simply wonderful.

La Grange, TX 78945
361-865-9309  
For a quality escape vacation. Get away and stay!

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Information on - Officials and Services ~ County Offices ~ County Information ~ District Court ~ Sheriff's Office ~ Elections ~ Voter's Registration ~ Cities Communities ~ Emergency Notifications ~ Fayette County EMS and 9-1-1 ~ Regional Air Center ~ Financial Transparency ~ Job ~ News ~ Public Notices ~ Related Links ~ Texas Government TIPS and INFO. Please email us with any questions or comments.

246 W. Colorado Street (Mailing: P.O. Box 59)
La Grange, TX 78945

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Vitame Vas! Fayette Czech Singers and Dancers - The Fayette Chapter is a sponsor for the Fayette Czech Singers and Dancers, co-sponsored by the S P J S T Lodge No. 1, Fayetteville, Texas. The group was organized in the fall of 1985 for the Fayette County Sesquicentennial pageant, for the spring of 1986. Authentic songs and dances are learned: Moravian, Bohemian, Silesian and Slovakian. The song leader is Carolyn Sumbera Meiners, La Grange and the dance instructor and coordinator is Helen Trnovsky Mikus, Fayetteville, Texas.

Helen Trnovsky Mikus & Carolyn Sumbera Meiners
PO Box 94
Fayetteville, TX 78940
(979) 378-2742  
Authentic Czech songs and dances learned.

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Fayette County has an estimated population of 22500 inhabitants residing in rural (64%) and urban (36%) conditions, in a total land area of 950 square miles of extension and served by La Grange as its county seat. Educational services, health care, social service, manufacturing, and retail trade industries generate the major portion of employments in this land reporting 74% of private salaries against 26% of government, self employed, and not incorporated wages. The demographics of this son of Texas State present a racial makeup of White Non Hispanic, Latino, African American, Native American, and other racial groups. Established in the 1830s, this territory is interconnected with its neighbors by eight major highways including Interstate 10, US Highway 90, State Highway 71, and State Highway 159.

Fayette County Court
151 North Washington Street - Room 201
La Grange, TX 78945
979-968-8500  

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We are very proud of our charming little town and its Czech and German heritage. Come visit us and see why. Once you get here, you won't want to leave! Beautiful landscapes, ranches and countryside surrounds our town. We have several Bed and Breakfasts in country settings, a beautiful historic hotel located just one block from the downtown area, lovely cottages recently renovated just on the east end of town and two motels conveniently located on I-10. There is a wide variety of antique and gift shops, pharmacy, and old-world museum and more...all located in our Historic downtown area.

208 E. North Main (Mailing: P.O. Box 610)
Flatonia, TX 78941
(361) 865-3920    Fax (361) 865-2451
Once you get here, you won

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La Grange Chamber of Commerce - We welcome you to our community, a place rich in culture and history, positioned within the triangle of Austin, San Antonio and Houston. We are nestled along the Colorado river and central to area towns Round Top, Warrenton, Fayetteville, Smithville and Schulenburg. We also have antiques, music, history and a great outdoors surrounded by oak, pecan and pine trees. You can expect a relaxed way of life. From boutique shopping in our beautiful town square, exploring our German and Czech heritage, to enjoying a canoe/kayak trip down the Colorado or biking one of our scenic country bike routes, La Grange truly is a unique experience.

171 S. Main
La Grange, TX 78945
(979) 968-5756  

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Welcome to La Grange! La Grange is rich in Historic Assets, Old World Charm, and Downtown Shopping! We hope you will take a look around at everything our town has to offer, and then stop by and see us in person. And if you are planning ahead, be sure to take a look at the fun events we have in store. See you soon! La Grange Visitors Center is located in the Historic Casino Hall. Hours: Monday " Friday 9am-5pm Saturday 10am-5pm Sunday 12pm-5pm Closed: Good Friday " Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year s Day

254 N. Jefferson St.
La Grange, TX 78945
979-968-3017  
Grange Visitors Center-located in the Historic Casino Hall

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Round Top Area Chamber of Commerce - There's no need to hurry in Round Top; take a stroll through town, you will be welcomed by shopkeepers, gallery owners and restaurateurs. Browse to your heart's content or linger over dinner with family and friends. Round Top's musical venues are casual and entertaining ..an artful escape at any time.

205 N. Live Oak Street (Mailing: P.O. Box 216)
Round Top, TX 78954
(979) 249-4042  Toll Free: (888) 368-4783
Cross Over Into Relaxation and Expect The Unexpected ...

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Welcome to the Texas Czech Heritage (and Cultural) Center, Inc. (TCHCC) located right next to the Fayette County Fairgrounds in La Grange, Texas. After more than 10 years, the Center was complete. On October 10, 2009 the TCHCC Library, Museum and Archives was dedicated to all Texas Czechs of the past, present and future and to anyone interested in learning about the Texas Czech culture...Visit us and learn what we are all about! Open Monday-Friday 10 AM - 4 PM, Saturday 10 AM - 3 PM. Guided Tours: contact us for scheduling availability. Self Guided Tour Brochure please call 1-888-785-4500 or Email: czechtx@verizon.net

Texas Czech Heritage and Cultural Center
250 W Fair Grounds Rd
La Grange, TX 78945
888-785-4500  
Vita me Vas!... Welcome!

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The Greater Schulenburg Chamber of Commerce is located in Historic Downtown Schulenburg. Stay up on all the happenings around town by visiting us on Facebook. Go to our Website and sign up for our weekly email. The new Fayette County Visitors' Guide is here!

618 N. Main Street (Mailing: P.O. Box 65)
Schulenburg, TX 78956
979-743-4514  (866) 504-5294 Toll Free
So many places to stay! So much to do!

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State

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Congressman Michael McCaul is proud to serve his seventh term representing the 10th District of Texas " from Austin to the Houston suburbs - in the United States Congress. When McCaul was first elected to Congress, he founded the Childhood Cancer Caucus to raise awareness about pediatric cancer and work toward the goal of eliminating cancer as a threat to all children. In January of 2013, McCaul was selected to be the Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, which has oversight of the Department of Homeland Security ensuring it is able to carry out its core mission of protecting the American people from terrorist attacks. Congressman McCaul is also a regular on the Sunday shows offering analysis and solutions for a nation-wide audience on the pressing issues of the day. A fourth generation Texan, McCaul earned a B.A. in Business and History from Trinity University and holds a J.D. from St. Mary's University School of Law. He and his wife, Linda, are proud parents of five children: Caroline, Jewell, and the triplets Lauren, Michael and Avery.

Sarah Holloway Field Representative
9009 Mountain Ridge Drive
Austin, TX 78759
(512) 473-2357    Fax (512) 473-0514
Chairman, House Committee on Homeland Security

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LtGen Joe Weber, USMC, (Ret) serves as executive director of the Texas Department of Transportation. Under the direction of the Texas Transportation Commission, he is responsible for the strategic direction and overall management of TxDOT's policies and operations. He maintains relationships with elected leaders all over the state and represents TxDOT before the Texas Legislature. Weber's goal is to provide and maintain a safe and reliable transportation system for the 26 million people who live in the great state of Texas, and to support transportation as an economic development tool that makes Texas the best destination for businesses and visitors.

Joe Weber
Texas Department of Transportation (Mailing: 125 East 11th Street)
Austin, TX 78701
(512) 305-951  

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Representative Leighton Schubert: District 13. Email form can be found on website page.

Representative Leighton Schubert
Austin, TX 78768
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The Honorable Lois Kolkhorst - Occupation: Business Owner & Investor Education: Texas Christian University, B.S. Legislative Experience: House Member, 2001 - 2014; Senate Member, 2014 - present Hometown: Brenham Party: Republican Senator Lois W. Kolkhorst is a fifth-generation Texan, with ancestral roots to the Texas War of Independence. A Brenham native, she went on to graduate from TCU where she played collegiate golf. In December 2014, Kolkhorst was elected to the Texas Senate in a special election, after previously serving fourteen years in the Texas House. Recognized as a fiscal conservative, she is a member of the Senate Finance Committee, and has served three times on the state's budget conference-committee, most recently during the final negotiations on the states $209 billion budget passed in 2015. She also serves as Vice-Chair of the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services and has written landmark legislation to toughen Texas laws on medical privacy. She earned statewide attention for crafting alternatives to Obamacare for healthcare providers.

The Honorable Lois Kolkhorst
2000 S Market St #101 (Mailing: PO Box 12068 Autsin Texas 78711)
Brenham, TX 77833
(979) 251-7888  (512) 463-0118
Fifth generation Texan!

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