Fort Bend Museum Docents  names 2013 Officers

New officers, President, Austa Sue Kelley; 1st Co-Vice Presidents, John and Felesa Baker; 2nd Vice President, Joyce Seniors; Secretary, Dora Moore; Treasurer, Loyce Anderson; Parliamentarian, Barbara Neeper; 2011 and 2012 President, Joyce Lolly; and Richmond’s Judge Mary Ward.

The new officers for the Fort Bend Museum Docents were sworn in during the January meeting, by Richmond’s Judge Mary Ward.

The new officers are President, Austa Sue Kelley; First Co-Vice Presidents, John and Felesa Baker; Second Vice President, Joyce Senior; Secretary, Dora Moore; Treasurer: Loyce Anderson, and Parliamentarian, Barbara Neeper.

Joyce Lolly, who served two terms as president, 2011-2012, received accolades for her dedications throughout the past years.

“Joyce Lolly has done a tremendous job leading our organization through many projects during her terms, and we cannot begin to thank her for all she has done. She is also one of the most dedicated and kind persons in the world,” said in-coming president, Austa Sue Kelley, prior to a round of applause.

During Joyce Lolly’s term, she oversaw Museum projects and events, which included Chore House completion and renovations of the Moore Home and a very successful Candlelight Gala and Tours, the organization’s annual event which takes place in December and others happenings.

Plans for 2013 were discussed, which include a Children’s Day at the Museum to learn about Texas History and tours of the Moore Home, happening in March 23, 2012.

“The Children’s Day at the Museum is a free day for the community to visit the Museum, and will include Houston’s Interactive Theatre, which was a success last year and they will be returning,” said Claire Rogers, site manager, Fort Bend Museum.

Rogers also noted different trainings that will be held in the coming year, which includes spinning classes on old-timey spinning wheels, volunteer training to provide tours of the home and others opportunities.

The Docents also unanimously voted to purchase a commemorative brick in Mayor Hilmar Moore’s name, which will be placed at the Moore Home grounds.

After other organization business and announcements were complete, the meeting was adjourned.

Short URL:

Posted by on Jan 23 2013. Filed under Featured Slider, Richmond. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Search Archive

Search by Date
Search by Category
Search with Google
Log in | Copyright © 2015 by | All rights reserved.