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t i I Page 6A Wednesday, May 9, 2018 Burnet Bulletin Burnet, Texas News The Texas AgriLife Extension offices of Burnet and Lampasas Counties will host the second in its "Small Landowner Workshop" series for landowners from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. May 18 at the Lampasas County office. This second workshop is "Basic Nutrition and Health for Livestock" and participants will be discussing feed, vaccinations and common diseases. Cost of the workshop is $10 per person. Please RSVP for this workshop by May 15. The third workshop is titled "Native Tree Health" and will be held from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. June 22 al the Burnet County Extension Office. Participants will be discussing common diseases of native trees and how to prevent or treat some of those diseases. Again, the workshop is $10 per person and please RSVP by June 19. The fourth workshop will be "Landowners Rights and Responsibilities" and will be held at the Burnet County Extension Office from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. July 27. Participants will be discussing what rights the landowners have and what responsibilities landowners have as well. Please RSVP by July 24. Workshop cost is $10 per person. The final workshop will be "Native and Introduced i Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminded Texans about the temporary tax amnesty program giving certain delinquent taxpayers a chance to make their accounts compliant with state tax law without incurring penalties and interest on tax due. The Texas Tax Amnesty Program will run from May 1 to June 29. The program applies to periods prior to Jan. 1, and only includes liabilities that have not been previously reported to the Comptroller. Passed by the Texas Legislature in 2017, Senate Bill 1 requires the Comptroller of Public Accounts to establish a tax amnesty program to encourage voluntary reporting by: * delinquent taxpayers who do not have a Texas Sales and Use Tax Permit, or are not registered for a tax or fee administered by the Comptroller's office; and * taxpayers who have I ni Forages for Central Texas" and will be held from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 10. Participants will be discussing forage options for Central Texas pastures. Please RSVP by Aug. 7 and the workshop will be $10. If you are interested in participating in one or all of the workshops, please call the Lampasas County Extension office at 512-556-8271 or Burner County Extension at 512-756-5463 by the RSVP dates. The Burnet County Extension Office is located at 607 N. Vandeveer. Suite 100, Burnet, and the Larnpasas County Office is located 409 S. Pecan, Suite 102, Lampasas. a permit, but may have underreported or owe additional taxes or fees. The Texas Tax Amnesty Program does not apply to periods currently under audit review. IFTA taxes, PUC Gross Receipts assessments, Local Motor Vehicle Tax and Unclaimed Property payments. Check out the tax amnesty page on the Comptroller's website for more details. Contributed The Highland Lakes Democratic Women held a business meeting and luncheon Thursday, April 26, at the Meadowlakes Country Club in Meadowlakes. Renee LaFair, director of the Austin regional office, Anti-Defamation League, was the guest speaker; Her message included building a community that values diversity, equity, and dignity for all. Pictured from left are resident Barbara Baruch, candidate for U.S. Congress Texas 11 Jennie Lou Leeder, candidate for U.S. Congress District 25 Julie Oliver, guest speaker Renee LaFair and HLDW member Nancy Fehr. Come prepared for a (Lupe Valdez and Andrew Excerpts from the May lively discussion of the two White) at the next Burnet 10 debate shall be presented Democratic Candidates for County Democratic Party during the monthly meeting at Governor in alphabetic order meeting at 7 p.m. May 15. 916 2nd St Marble Falls. ui ui Contributed The Kingsland house of arts and crafts presents our featured crafters of the month, Tom arid Renee Morgan. They bring a large variety of crafts to the house including birdhouses, signs, magnetic jewelry, SCFIUBBIES customized model cars and wood banks. Visit the house at 112 Chamberlain (blue building behind Wells Fargo Bank) to purchase their products as well as the crafts of all our members. Our hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday through Monday. You can contact us at 325-388-6159 or online at or kingslandcrafts. Saturday, May 12 The Ultimate Elvis Experience JOsh Davis, fl,i, lrribut, AIti,I 2:30 PM & 7:30 PM Tickets Si5 @ Llano Chamber of Commerce www, heart0ftexascountry, c0m I (325) 247-535j J The Highland Lakes QuiltFalls. Guests are welcome, workshop will be "Singer Guild meets at 9:30 a.m.Nova Montgomery will Featherweight Maintenance." Wednesday, May 16, in the be presenting the program, For guild information, go to Fellowship Hall at First United "Our History ,W, ith the Singer or co31 Meffiodist Church, 1101 Featherweig-ht. The following 830-637:'-7197. Bluebonnet Drive, Marble day, Thursday, May 17, the Please join us in celebrating Ralph at the Episcopal Church of the Epipany 601 N Wood St, Bumet, TX 78611 May 20 From 12-3pm Please call Mary for more question (512) 567-5975 PEC's new Marble Falls District Office is opening June 7 Located at 4302 N U.S. Highway 281, our new Marble Falls facility is just a mile up the road from our old office and features three drive-thru anes, a convenient 24/7 payment kiosk and more. We look forward to serving you in our new location! oec.cooo I