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Something people living in Texas should know, especially since this service has received very little publicity. Your Texas driver's license has a phone number on the back, just above the bar code on the lower left side: 1-800-525- 5555. (It's VERY SMALL PRINT) This number can be called for emergency assistance on the highway or wherever you might have trouble while in your car. A service truck will be sent to you. This service is state operated, and paid for with your tax dollars. If you are ever stranded, just call the number on your driver's license...help is on the way. A state trooper will be sent to make sure all is well.
Share this information with family members and friends; it can help avoid unnecessary expenses and could possibly save a life. It is a good idea to key this number into your cell phone directory and it will be there when you need it.
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Updated: January 25, 2014
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Added - November 16, 2010
Chambers County Historical Commission
Links added on the History page (bottom of page) and in the Links section of the Home page.
Comprehensive account of the history of Beach City and surrounding area, added to the History page.
Beach City Community Building
12723 FM 2354, Beach City, Tx. 77523
Click on link above to access the Chambers County online SERVICE REQUEST FORM to make a service request for mosquito control.
"During the response to Hurricane Ike in September 2008, the American Red Cross cooking team from the Baytown Kitchen served 702,455 meals to families and neighbors in this community and opened four shelters in Chambers County manned by Red Cross volunteers from across the country. This natural disaster brought to light the need for local volunteers, trained to work in shelters, that are familiar with the area, neighborhoods and families around them. For this reason Chambers County has partnered with the local American Red Cross Clearlake/Baytown Branch to actively recruit shelter volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering your time please complete the Volunteer Information Sheet attached and email or fax it to Patti Henry, Chambers County Red Cross Liaison. Our slogan in Chambers County is "You may never work harder, get dirtier, or get paid less but it will be the best job you never got paid to do!" Please join the Chambers County/American Red Cross team today."
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Tuesday, January 27, 6:00 PM