December NewsletterRead Now
This has been a successful year for the association. And I would like to thank you all for your support. We have accomplished a lot. And in the coming year, we are looking forward to accomplishing even more and meeting more of our goals.
(We apologize for this newsletter being so late!)
This has been a very interesting and exciting month. We’ve accomplished many things.
Our monthly meeting, which took place on Saturday, November 12, 2015, was successful.
We’re applying for a matching grant. They are being awarded by the Texas Historic Commission. Right now, we are in the process of writing the proposal. We look forward to giving more details at the beginning of the year.
Kinney County Thanksgiving
Members of the Seminole Indian Scout Cemetery Association attended the community Thanksgiving dinner.
Members also attended the veteran’s day program at the Fort Clark Historical Society.
Kinney County Frontier Christmas Celebration
On Saturday, December 5, 2015, we participated in the Kinney County Frontier Christmas celebration. It was a very successful day. We sold T-shirt, caps, and mugs. We handed out 200 cookies and raised awareness about the organization.
We’ve had a many interesting families visit the museum. They have shared their ideas, history, and are willing to the association. We’ve had visitors from
San Antonio, Texas, San Angelo, Austin and from as far away as Ohio.
Is it time to renew your membership? Our website makes it easy. Just click here to make an online payment. Or you can send us your check by mail if you prefer. Your membership is very important to us.
Upcoming Activities and Events
Stay tuned. We will be announcing our next fundraiser very soon.
Our next meeting is scheduled for Saturday, January 9, 2015. We will also be enjoying a potluck dinner after the meeting. If you would like to bring a dish, please contact us.
T-shirts, caps, and mugs
Did you know that we have items for sale? Are you looking for a gift or souvenir? Look no further. Consider purchasing a t-shirt, cap, or mug for you or your loved ones. They are great gifts. You can buy them at the museum!