Peggy is an Editor, Freelance Writer and Author/
Texas Independence Day Student History Fair – A 2014 Volunteer of the Year for the Texas Heroes Foundation, Peggy serves to promote Texas History and the freedom and liberty we enjoy as Texans as she facilitates the TID Student History fair in North Texas.
Creator and Chairman of the Elizabeth Crockett DAR Constitution Camp for Kids – Peggy dreamed of hosting a camp for kids to promote the study of the US Constitution for the children of Hood County. Thanks to her fellow patriots in the Daughters of the American Revolution the first camp took place in June of 2015 and plans are underway for a camp each summer. Peggy gladly shares resources with other communities who want to host a Constitution Camp.
Cullen Crisp, Teresa Sims, Richlon Merrill, Chris (Boots) Hubbard
Gold Sponsors: Hood County Development District No.1,
Texas Champion: Diamond C, Signmaster’s
Texas Defenders: Chicken Express, Pearl St Station, Walmart, Gilbert Environmental, Hill Country BnB, Granbury, Live Oak BnB, Glen Rose,,Farinas, Board & Brush, Granbury Segway Tours, Pemberton Cellers & Winery, Fossil Rim, HEB
Friends of Texas (Sponsors and donations of over $100):
Carol and Bob Cook, Teresa Sims, Mikeal Long, James Veale, Grumps, Riverhouse Grill, Hammonds BBQ, D’Vine Wine, Sledge Distillery, Barons Creek Winery, Christian Brothers Automotive, AutoZone, BrightWorks Car Wash, Hill Country BnB, Granbury, Live Oak BnB, Glen Rose, Farinas, Board & Brush, Fossil Rim, Granbury Segway Tours, Pemberton Cellers & Winery, HEB
Map, Schedule and Legend will be available at the Texas Heroes Foundation station #1 and security station at the handicap entrance.
Questions? Please call or text: Peggy Freeman214-675-5752. First Aid: (see map)
Errol Flannery, John Campbell, Laurie Matthews, Heather Flannery, Danny Shipman, Jayson Lippert, Linda Speldos, Valerie Jones, Peggy Freeman,
2021 Stroll Thru Texas History is Dedicated to:
J.C. Campbell for his years of support to the Texas Heroes Foundation.
Robert McMinn – educated & entertained as our 1860’s surgeon forseveral years.
See map. If it is raining, we will have a short presentations and regular concert at Acton United Methodist Church Youth building across the highway.
Enjoy Texas historic heroes interactive presentations and Texas-size, free concerts.
May 14, 2021 – Friday 9 am – 4 pm
May 15, 2021 – Saturday 10 am to 4 pm
Friday and Saturday Concerts from 4 pm to 7 pm.
Bring your family and lawn chairs to the 3629 Fall Creek Hwy near the Acton Cemetery in Acton, Texas. The Stroll and concerts are free events.
Meet the Heroes Descendants of Texas Heroes along with the Fort Worth Legends present Smith, Travis, Houston, Bowie, Sequin, and more. Meet Crockett descendants. Enjoy black powder demonstrations, a blacksmith, Native Americans’ customs, and Texas heroes interactive presentations. Join us as we celebrate the birth of the Republic of Texas with the signing of the Treaties of Velasco in 1836.
Concert Performers Kristyn Harris – 4-time reigning International Western Music Association Entertainer of the Year and the 2018 season of ABC’s American Idol.
Mike & Alecia Echols (Friday ONLY)- the Blue-Eyed Fiddler and the Princess, “Orange Blossom Special” to “Faded Love,”.
Ridge Roberts – National Fiddle Champion. appearing on the Grand Ole Opry in 2021 and this time Ridge sings.
The Vanderveer Brothers String Band (Saturday ONLY)- Old-time and Celtic traditional tunes, while also adding their special touch to each song.
Martin and Murphy – Old West stories and songs.
Become a Texas Heroes Foundation, a sponsor, or a volunteer. Help us preserve Texas history. Sponsor a flag!
2021 is here and you finally can have fun with learning again. The THF Student Texas History Fair is almost here. Get ready. Read category changes and get the family together to learn about Texas History.