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“Tell Me a Story” Middle Grade Writing Contest Winners Announced!


Join us for the next League Meeting

WRITING LOCAL HISTORY STORIES
Tales Waiting to be Told

Thursday, June 6, 2019, 7:00 p.m.

NEW LOCATION!
First United Methodist Church
410 E University Ave, Georgetown, TX 78626
Fellowship Hall – Click here for details

– Free and open to all. –
Social time begins at 6:30 p.m.

With Guest Speaker Mickie Ross

Looking for a new story to tell? Come hear about some of the good, the bad and the ugly tales and the people who make up the history of Williamson County. From gunslinger John Wesley Hardin’s Round Rock diploma to Jesse Daniel Ames’ fight for females, lots of interesting people have left their mark on Williamson County. These tidbits will whet your appetite and leave you wanting more – a perfect opening for YOU to write the story.

Mickie Ross is Executive Director of The Williamson Museum. Her prior experience includes two years as the Curator of Education at the Fort Bend Museum in Richmond, Texas, and twenty-one years as an elementary teacher. She has written and published Texas history teaching guides, served as a consultant for Texas history publications, and has presented workshops at state and national social studies conferences. Mickie earned her BA in Teaching from Sam Houston State University.

Mickie lives in Georgetown, Texas with her husband, Dale.