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[box]2018 Texas Heroes Foundation Student History Fair Theme:

Conflict and Compromise in Texas History[/box]

Awards – $200 Best of Show. Each category each level: $100 first, $50 second & $25 third and Group Award $100 to be shared. We encourage choirs and other groups to participate in group categories. Details and forms
Senior Scholarship presented by the Texas Heroes Foundation. Manuscripts must be mailed, website design, and video’s  emailed  on or before February 15, 2018. All other entries must be submitted on  February 25th or 26th of 2018. Mail 9106 Bellechase Granbury, Texas 76049 email March2Texas@gmail.com subject SHF video or web design 

Texas History event, person, encounter can continue into the 1900s but must begin prior to Dec. 31, 1899.

Go to www.texasheroesfoundation.org for more information.
$ Cash Prizes for homework, talent, or just plain fun.
Sing? Dance? Play music? Web design? Build a project? Write? Make a video? It’s all about Texas.

Sew, sculpt, build, or just dream it up.

 

Write a play, write an essay, write a song. Sing a song, play a song.

Just showcase the Conflict and Compromise in Texas History prior to 1900s.

Enjoyed the Heroes (Texas Teachers) at Acton Middle School today. Thank you for all you do to save and teach history.

Tomorrow GMS! Wreckers Burgers…yummm!

Celebrating Texas Independence 2017 and Planning March 1, 2, & 3 2018. Sign up early.

The DayTripper has declared that the THF’s Texas Independence Day Celebration of North Teas in Hood County is one of the Top Ten in Texas. http://thedaytripper.com/2017/02/23/10-texas-independence-day-parties/

img_3990Do you love Texas History and enjoy making a difference in the community, state, world. Get information on how to be considered for the Young Heroes Teen Board. Leave your contact information and something about why you want to be part of the THF SHF Teen Board.

somervellSOMERVELL, ALEXANDER (1796–1854). Alexander Somervell, soldier, and leader of the Somervell Expedition, celebrated as just one Texas Hero Remembered in Glen Rose on May 20th.   He was born to James and Elizabeth Somervell in Maryland on June 11, 1796, and moved to Texas in 1833 with a land grant from Stephen F. Austin’s in the second colony. . In October 1835, Somervell joined the volunteers marching from Gonzales to Bexar and was elected major. He participated in the siege of Bexar. He enlisted in the Texas army on March 12, 1836, and was elected lieutenant colonel of the first regiment of Texas Volunteers. He fought in the Battle of San Jacinto and remained in the army until June 7, 1836. He served briefly as secretary of war in David G. Burnet’s cabinet. Students, teachers and more are invited to come celebrate Texas Heroes Remembered. 9am to 7pm in Heritage Park – Glen Rose, Texas. #TexasHeroes

Stroll Thru Texas History 2016

crowdatmonumentTexas Heroes Foundation feels Texas Proud to have hosted over 500 students on March 2, 2016.  Thank you, teachers. Your time and dedication is so appreciated. The students from Acton Middle School, Lakeside Baptist, Cornerstone Christian School and more exhibited excellent behavior.

 

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