April 20, 2013
- Bassett Farms Preview & Discussion
Preservation Texas representatives President Charlene Orr, Vice President David Bucek (not pictured), Jim Ray past president, Terri Schexnayda, and Lynn Vogt and various citizens of Kosse.
, the only private, nonprofit membership organization in Texas that is dedicated to being a full-service statewide preservation organization has recently acquired the homesite/acreage of the historic Bassett Farms
in the Kosse area.
On April 20, 2013, a small gathering was held to share information with the citizens of Kosse on plans for the over 100 year old estate. Work is still being performed on the old homesite, in preparation of future use. Plans are in development and will be announced in the future.
Everyone is quite excited that this historical place will serve Kosse and other citizens in such a fine way. For more information on Preservation Texas visit PreservationTexas.org
Work day at the Heritage House on Monday, May 20th starting at 9am for all those interested in helping out. The Heritage House will hold a meeting on May 27th at 6:30 pm.
The Kosse Farmer's Market opens in downtown Kosse at 8:00AM, this Saturday, May 25th.
First United Methodist Church of Kosse will be holding its annual Vacation Bible School June 9-12, from 5-8 p.m. This years theme is “God’s Backyard Bible Camp - under the stars,” where kids will have a blast serving Jesus!
We will be doing special mission projects to help serve our friends, family, neighbors, community and Jesus. Your kids won’t want to miss this exciting adventure! Get them ready today. If you need more information, contact Jodi Wright at 254-375- 2571.