Chamber Briefs
July 7, 2021
Register online using the events calendar (select "Register" next to the event).
The menu will be announced soon on our Facebook page.
  • Burkes Outlet is opening a new store in Liberty at the site of the former Palais Royal location, 2339 N. Main next to Brookshire Brothers. The grand opening is set for 9AM Thursday, July 22, with a Chamber ribbon cutting at 8:55AM.

  • The Chamber held a Business Mixer with Wells Funeral Services on Thursday, July 1 with many guests in attendance. This was an opportunity for area businesses to "network" and exchange information about their business. We'd like to thank Wells Funeral Services for their hospitality and providing the facilities for the mixer.

  • A free health symposium provided by Liberty Health Care Center will be held on Tuesday, July 27 at Calvary Baptist Church (4031 FM 1960 in Dayton). “Liberty County Aging, Adversity and Accomplishment: A Conference for Health, Healing and Living” will cover topics such as Medicaid and Medicare, hospitalization, the future of Liberty County healthcare and more. To register call 936.391.1182 or e-mail by July 23.
After serving with the Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce for over thirty-one years, Chamber President Mary Anne Campbell will retire on July 15 due to health reasons.

Mary Anne first came to the Chamber in 1990, working with then-manager Jeff Winter as his Administrative Assistant. Later, she was made President of the organization in 2001, following the resignation of manager Gary Underwood.

Mary Anne says it has been a privilege and honor to work in the position of Chamber President, and to meet many positive, upbeat and caring people who have added so much to her life. She would like to thank everyone for their hard work and support of the Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce.
Hot, humid weather has arrived...
Don't let the dog days of summer wreak havoc on your air conditioning system. These member businesses can help with all of your a/c needs.
Atascocita Mechanical Contractors
3197 FM 160 N. in Liberty
Dayton Electric Company, LLC
3053 FM 1960 in Dayton
Southeast Texas Air Conditioning & Heating LLC
130 West St. in Liberty
CBD and hemp derived products are solely designed to improve your health. This is why Tayco Farms has made the choice to grow and manufacture all of our products in house. This allows us to provide our customers with the highest quality CBD.

Tayco CBD Store | 12859 TX-146 | Dayton, TX 77535 | 281.324.2850
The latest information on the Grand Parkway Project is available in the July issue of the Grand Parkway Newsletter. You can read the updates at this direct link.
Thank you for your membership and support of the Chamber!
Market Square; Heritage Market Retail
Katie & Craig Russell (Owners)
2818 N. Main | Liberty 77575 | 936.334.2297 |
Retail & food truck park.

Burkes Outlet
2339 N. Main | Liberty 77575 |
"Customers can find brand name apparel and accessories for the entire family at up to 70% off other stores prices everyday. In addition most stores carry shoes, home furnishings, gifts, and toys. Our stores are designed to serve customers of all ages and income levels. We pride ourselves in offering great assortments at great prices everyday."

K3 Designs
Kennedy Rives (Owner)
2818 N. Main | Suite A | Liberty 77575 | 936.334.6163 |
Boutique featuring dresses, tees, tops, bottoms, J.Forks earrings and necklaces, plus size and more.
Andy did a superb job assembling the music for the Annual Chamber Awards Banquet last April.
Thanks Andy!

Wednesday, July 14, 11:30AM - 1:30PM
  • Monthly Business Luncheon at Liberty Center.

Thursday, July 22
  • GRAND OPENING & RIBBON CUTTING for Burkes Outlet, 2339 N. Main in Liberty. Ribbon cutting at 8:55 a.m.
Ongoing local events

  • Coffee with the Mayor. Held the third Thursday of each month (except for holidays or conflicting events). Citizens of Liberty are invited to have coffee with Mayor Carl Pickett and City Manager Tom Warner in the council chambers of City Hall. This is an opportunity to discuss ideas or projects or to voice any concerns citizens may wish to express. Contact the City of Liberty @ 936.336.3684.
  • Farmers Market at The Crossroads, 111 N. Church Street in Dayton. Second Saturday of the month, 8 a.m. - 11 a.m.
  • Food Truck Friday, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. each Friday at The Crossroads, 111 N. Church Street in Dayton. Different food trucks offering a variety of lunchtime options. Contact the City of Dayton @ 936.258.2642.
  • Liberty Faux Real Trade Days, 321 FM 563 in Liberty. 936.391.8600. Many vendors on hand with crafts, clothing, food, antiques and much more. Held on the weekend following the third Monday each month (except October and December).
  • Liberty Street Rally (Cars, Coffee & More) on the square in Downtown Liberty. Meets on the 2nd Saturday of the month (weather permitting), 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. See classic cars, hot rods, motorcycles and more.
"Professional legal services with personal attention".

538 Main Street | Suite 400 | Liberty 77575 | 936.641.9376 |
Save money on payment processing and contribute funds to the Chamber with Clearent Payment Solutions.

Clearent Payment Solutions is a credit card processing company and a member of our chamber.
When a business, referred by a Chamber member, converts their payment processing to Clearent, the company (Clearent) will pay a percentage of that businesses' processing cost to the Liberty-Dayton Area Chamber. The business will be saving money and at the same time, the Chamber will be adding revenue. This is at no cost to the business owner (and a lower percentage rate).

To make a referral:
Send e-mail to with the business and contact's name, phone number or e-mail. In the subject line, state "LDACC referral". That is all that is needed. Once approved, the Chamber begins increasing revenue. In addition, Clearent will provide a free terminal to each referral. They will get next day funding and an online tracking portal. Please direct questions to Andrew J. Landry at 832.322.6948.
Please note: The information provided in this newsletter is subject to change after release. We will provide updated information regarding Chamber events through any or all of the following resources: our website, e-mail to members, and social media.

Past issues of our newsletter can be accessed here on the Chamber website. Copies are kept online for a period of one year.