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The clouds parted and a soft breeze blew. Eric Hanke and Paul Morris lit up San Gabriel Park in Georgetown with beautiful music. We hugged friends we’d not seen in over a year, and met new ones. At least 75 folks came out and had a great time in fellowship and conversation about restoring integrity to the Williamson County Judge’s office.
Thank you to everyone who joined us!
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