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Official Texas Historical Marker Dedication Ceremony

Renfro-Clark Home



In spite of the cold and rainy day, lots of folks turned out for the event. The marker was presented by the Texas Historical Commission, Johnson County Historical Commission, Burleson Heritage Foundation and the City of Burleson and Barry Phillips.  There was music and refreshments and a genuine appreciation of the beautiful old home. Dignitary entrance was provided by Terry’s Texas Rangers, presentation of colors by Air Force Junior ROTC, Texas 801st Cadet Group, Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance by Pastor Gloria Gillespie. Craig Murphy provided a wonderful rendition of Good Bless America. The following dignitaries were present:

  • State Representative, DeWayne Burns
  • Johnson County Judge, Roger Harmon
  • President of the Johnson County Historical Commission, John Percifield
  • Mayor Ken Shetter
  • Barry Phillips

Renfro-Clark house 



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Business After Hours Networking

April 10,   5:30 PM  - 7 PM

112 W. Ellison Street

Upstairs at the Old Texas Brewing Co.

Hosted by Crazy 8 Ministeries


Burleson Spring Quarterly flyer 



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Autos for Autism

Saturday, April 28, 10 AM - 2 PM

111 Reunion Drive



 Cool stuff going on in Waco! If anyone is in the Waco area on April 26, check the Texas Ranger Museum.

The McLennan County Historical Commission is sponsoring a FREE lecture about the Texas Rangers on Thursday, April 26, 2018, at 6:30 p.m.  The Lecture, The Texas Rangers Approaching 200:  Texas Legend, American Heritage ™ will be held at the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum’s Education Center, 100 Texas Ranger Trail, Waco, 76706.  Museum Director, Byron A. Johnson, will explore the place of the Rangers in history, popular culture and modern law enforcement.  He’ll also discuss treasures in the museum collections and the upcoming Bicentennial of the Texas Rangers .