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Cuero Citizens Chat with Mayor Sara Meyer at CTHM-Hosted August 2016 ‘Coffee With The Mayor’ and Open House

Cuero Mayor Sara Post Meyer

Cuero Mayor Sara Post Meyer

The Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum hosted the August 2016 monthly community event ‘Coffee With The Mayor’, its second this year, on Tuesday, August 9, 2016. From 9:30 to 10:30 AM, citizens met in the Wofford Room of the second-floor Friar Thomas Community Facility Center and chatted with Mayor Sara Post Meyer…. Read more »

 

Cuero-Area Children Explore, Learn, and Discover ‘Happy Trails’ at CTHM’s Sixth Annual Cowboy Camp, August 2016

Cowboy Camp 2016 Campers and Volunteers

Cowboy Camp 2016 Campers and Volunteers

The Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum hosted its sixth annual Cowboy Camp the week of August 1-5, 2016 with approximately three-dozen campers between the ages of 7 and 12 attending. During the five-day camp, which took place from 9:00 AM to noon each day, young buckaroos from the Cuero area participated in hands-on activities and were treated to talks and demonstrations by guest speakers and storytellers from around South Central Texas. This year’s event was once again organized and presented by Cowboy Camp program director Candy Glidden, CTHM board member and retired schoolteacher. Read more »

View Cowboy Camp 2016 photos here!

 

Chairman’s Update: Spring 2016

On Saturday, April 9th, the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum’s board of directors hosted our eighth Taste of the Trail fundraising event. Since the first Taste of the Trail held in the autumn of 2002, the fundraiser has grown to be one of Cuero’s and this region’s premier social occasions, from its modest crowd of 400 in 2002 to over 650 attendees in 2016!

Held as a biennial event, the funds raised at Taste of the Trail have become a vital source for the much-needed operating expenses of the Museum. This spring’s event, co-chaired by Lindy & Rick Gohmert and Gina & Paul Holcomb, was held at Bellevue Ranch near Cheapside…. Read more »