Lone Star Stomp XXV honors Docent Society

Shown left to right are:  Matt Driggers, Joyce Senior, Austa Sue Kelley – Docent Society President, Joyce Lolley, Barbara Johnson, and Dottie Allen.

Shown left to right are: Matt Driggers, Joyce Senior, Austa Sue Kelley – Docent Society President, Joyce Lolley, Barbara Johnson, and Dottie Allen.

The Fort Bend County Museum Association’s Docent Society has been announced as the honorees of Lone Star Stomp XXV, to be held at George Ranch Historical Park on Saturday, April 12, 2014.

“The theme for this year’s Lone Star Stomp is Southern Belles and Beaux. In addition to celebrating the Stomp’s silver anniversary, we will be thanking the Fort Bend County Museum Docent Society for all the hard work and hours of volunteerism they have put in,” said Lindsay Lucas, Director of Development for Fort Bend County Museum Association.

Over the years, the Docent Society has assisted the Fort Bend County Museum, George Ranch Historical Park and DeWalt Heritage Center in a variety of endeavors.

“You name it, and the Docents have had a hand in making it happen and run smoothly,” said Lucas, “From guiding tour groups through the George House during Texian Market Days to helping out with school programs at the Museum, these Southern Belles and Beaux are truly devoted to keeping Texas history alive for future generations to enjoy.”

It’s not too early to show your support for this year’s fund-raising gala. Numerous underwriting and sponsorship opportunities are available, and Stomp organizers are actively seeking donations for the live and silent auctions. Email the Stomp Team at LoneStarStomp@FortBendMuseum.org or call (281) 342-1256 for more information on how you can support Fort Bend County Museum Association’s Lone Star Stomp XXV.

The Fort Bend County Museum Association has preserved and interpreted Fort Bend County and Texas history since 1967. For more information, please visit  www.fortbendmuseum.org and www.georgeranch.org

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