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Community Invited to W.B. Chapel Winter Bible Retreat
Posted February 8, 2019

Dr. Hulitt Gloer, former Preaching Professor at George W. Truett Theological Seminary of Baylor University, will soon be in Whitney again to present White Bluff Chapel's annual Winter Bible Retreat of 2019. Jody Yarbro, Chairman of the Adult Education Committee of the Chapel, is pleased to announce the popular Dr. Gloer's third retreat here in a row, which is scheduled the weekend of Friday through Saturday, February 15 – 16. He notes that Gloer is a powerful and knowledgeable speaker who always draws a large crowd and provides an engaging message. Additionally, Dr. Gloer previously served as past interim Associate Pastor at White Bluff Chapel.

The retreat will begin at 7:00 PM on Friday evening, February 15 and will continue on Saturday, February 16 from 9:00 AM until early afternoon.  Dr. Gloer will also provide the Sunday sermon at the Chapel's 9:15 AM Worship Service on February 17. 

The WBC Winter Retreat is open to the Whitney community.  Those interested should contact the Chapel office week-days between 9:00 AM and noon at 254-694-7060 to confirm their planned attendance. The Chapel's Hospitality team will provide refreshments on Friday evening and a light lunch on Saturday.



Free Pancake Brunch Hosted by WBVFD
Posted January 31, 2019

Saturday, Feb 9, 10 am - Noon

Stop by the fire station and enjoy some delicious pancakes and sausage prepared by the men and women who make up the White Bluff Volunteer Fire Department .  This event is sponsored by Hill County Emergency Service District 1.

Our firemen do so much more than protect you by putting out fires.  Several are trained in advanced medical first aid.  You may have seen our firemen around our neighborhood taking out the fire department boat to help stranded boaters on the lake, helping a mother and daughter who were visiting our marina unlock their car on a 100 degree day, or helping a resident get up after falling.  These are a few stories that a lot of residents do not hear about but makes our fire department so valuable to our community. 

Although we are very blessed that WB has many residents that have a giving heart and volunteer for our fire department, not every department in Hill Country is as fortunate.  This is why ESD1  is asking all fire departments of Hill County to come together on February 9th and promote being a volunteer.

Maybe you would like to join our fire department!  Please come out to the firehouse to meet our firemen and enjoy a delicious brunch!


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Last updated on February 8, 2019