A small frame building, erected near this site in 1883-1884, was used as a school and church. The church was named in honor of its first pastor, J. Lyon, a native of Tennessee, was a veteran of the Republic of Texas Army as well as the Confederate forces of the Civil War.
The Abilene Community Based Outpatient Clinic is designed to bring primary care and mental health services to eligible veterans living in the following counties: Nolan, Taylor, Fisher, Jones and Shackelford.
Goodwill West Texas helps people with barriers to employment find meaningful work.
Those interred in the Roby Cemetery include pioneer settlers of Fisher County, veterans of the Civil War, and one former slave, "Aunt" Abbie Alborn, who came to this area from Tennessee in 1886.
The graveyard serves as a reminder of the area's early history. Settlement of this area of Fisher County began in the early 1880s. Among the first settlers here were Henry Clay Lyon (1815-1889) and his family.
The screening is hosted by the Texas Well Owner Network and presented by Texas A&M Agri Life Extension Service and the Texas Water Resources Institute in partnership with the Agri Life Extension office in Fisher County and Clear Fork Groundwater Conservation District. College, with registration for the Ag Day starting at 8 a.m.