What we do
bring to life the powerful impact of our community's cultural and patriotic history through remarkable stories, events and jaw dropping exhibits while promoting the highest values of courage, honor and sacrifice as a heritage to treasure.
Why we do it
to promote awareness of those who rose from the ashes of slavery and became inventors, military personnel, political, and sports contributors to our community, the county, the state and beyond.
WHO WE ARE
...an all volunteer non-profit group made up of former residents of Chappell Hill (Washington County),Texas. We have proudly served this community since 2007, with annual Black History exhibitions, Middle School patriotic essay contests in conjunction with our Annual Memorial Day Observance and our most recent activity; The We Care project.
May Exhibition: "Service & Sacrifice"
The Chappell Hill Society & Museum
9220 Poplar St, Chappell Hill, Texas
Memorial Day Observance
Monday May 27, 11 am -12:30
The Chappell Hill Historical Society & Museum
9220 Poplar St. Chappell Hill, Texas
The Cultural Heritage Group proudly participated in the 2018 Independence Day Parade with a patriotic banner, a decorated 2006, silverado truck driven by Ira Newsome.
Below are patriotic Trail Riders in the 2018 Independence Day Parade, Chappell Hill, Texas