Donna’s Boutique at the Liberty County Courthouse

LIBERTY, August 11, 2015 - i-dineout.com received the following FEEDBACK REPLY.

I notice at the court house this week that they had a little boutique opened up by the District Clerks office in the Court house. I was wondering is this something that anyone can do or just a friend of our District Clerk because I have somethings that I would like to sell. I mean really, the court house is not a place to be selling stuff from your boutique that has closed down. The last time I checked it was illegal for a private business to operate on county property. just saying!!

Not knowing what this was all about until we spoke with County Judge Jay Knight, who confirmed the existence of Donna’s Boutique, we learned that District Clerk Donna Brown has indeed opened a woman’s fashion Boutique in the District Clerk’s Office.

Donna's Boutique at the District Clerk's Office. Click on photo above for larger image.

From the photograph we received today of Donna’s Boutique there appears to be a fashionable selection of ladies belts, sandels, purses, t-shirts, assorted accessories and clothing all for sale at the Liberty County Courthouse.

District Clerk Donna Brown

You can purchase this merchandise for your own use or as gift for that special someone in your life.

The faux, Leopard skin purse is an eye stunning knockout!

We have not yet received an announcement from the Chamber of Commerce concerning the ribbon cutting for this new business.

Always remember to, "Shop Local!"


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