If tradition can be relied upon, Brown County Commissioners can expect a treat in court Monday, the first day of October.

Brown County 4-H’ers will be requesting the commissioners court to proclaim Oct. 7 - 13 as 4-H Week, and that usually means club members will bring baskets of homemade muffins and goodies to share with commissioners.

And, according to the agenda, Brown County 4-H Club members will be the first of three groups requesting the commissioners to sign proclamations.

Jan Cate, local council Girl Scout executive, is scheduled to present a proclamation declaring the new council structure of Girl Scouts in Texas. Four councils are combining, and the Heart of Texas Council, of which Brownwood was the headquarters, is joining with the El Camino, Bluebonnet and Lone Star Councils to form Girl Scouts of Central Texas.

Representatives for the American Cancer Society will go before the court requesting its cooperation in declaring October as “Breast Cancer Awareness Month.”

The court convenes at 9 a.m. Monday in the Commissioners Courtroom on the main floor of the Brown County Courthouse.

With Oct. 1 being the start of the fiscal year for the county, the sheriff’s office will go before the commissioners to request sending out for bids for the new vehicles that were approved in the budget.

Other agenda items include:

Ratifying liability insurance for probation department with the Texas Association of Counties; Precinct 1 utility easement for Coleman County Telephone Co-op, CR 322; Request from Ross Bradley for consideration and approval of EMS subscription program; Sheriff’s office — approval of employee changes; Presentation and approval of renewal of county insurance; Approval of resolution adopting investment policy and appointing Ann Krpoun as investment officer.