Speaker Date Topic
Liz Clare - Author/Speaker Jul 25, 2018
The Austin Dam Disaster

Author Elizabeth H. Clare is a lifelong Austinite. A freelance writer, she has authored numerous works on Texas history, including organizational histories of pioneering Texas businesses, state parks, the Texas prison system, and the Texas Highway Department. Under the pen name Frances Hunter, she is the coauthor of two award-winning historical novels about Lewis and Clark. The rare photographs displayed in this book are from the archives of the Austin History Center as well as the Lower Colorado River Authority, the Texas State Library and Archives, and the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.


Erland Schulze - Hope House, Liberty Hill Aug 01, 2018
Overview of Non Profit



Our Services

  • Loving atmosphere with personal, individualized care for all ages
  • Long term staff who are fully trained for special needs and disabilities
  • Heart-warming, home-like environment featuring a cheerful, sunny setting
  • Clean facilities situated on five acres
  • Indoor and outdoor playscapes
  • Therapy room with qualified therapists
  • Full time nurse on duty
  • Healthy, well-balanced meals and snacks
  • Special education curriculum available at the local public school
  • Excellent medical care just minutes away
  • Numerous opportunities for outings, travel, games, fun activities and stimulating experiences, with access to many community recreational facilities
RYLA - Rotary Youth Leadeship Awards Program Aug 15, 2018
Students Attending RYLA July 2018 Presenting Program

Woody Engebretson is the club's RYLA coordinator.  

Rashedah Quarles, VP CoAmerica Bank Aug 22, 2018
Identity Theft
Tara Gray, Candlelight Ranch Aug 29, 2018
Overview of Candlelight Ranch Services
Tiesa Holloway, Executive Director HCCM Sep 05, 2018
Hill County Community Ministries - Services

About Us

Founded in 1983, Hill Country Community Ministries is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, a coalition of churches assisted by area businesses, civic organizations, service clubs and concerned individuals that provides food, clothing and other assistance for people in crisis and those living in poverty in southwest Williamson and northwest Travis counties. Our goal is to serve our clients with dignity and compassion in an atmosphere of neighbor helping neighbor.
HCCM operates a Food Pantry that stocks nonperishable food and essential personal care items. The Clothes Closet provides serviceable, gently-used clothing for children and adults, including coats, jackets, new socks and underwear, and blankets. Other assistance includes new shoes for children. 
HCCM actively refers clients to other agencies for access to additional community resources to help stabilize their situation.



Corbin Van Arsdale, Mayor of Cedar Park Sep 19, 2018
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