is to provide understanding of and appreciation for all aspects of the amazing history of Chappell Hill in Washington County, Texas.
is to record, preserve, and share the culture and history of the local African American Community from the time of slavery to the present.
is to build a stronger community, present the story through exhibits, and motivate the town’s youth to become contributors.
CHCHG Remembers our dear Friend and Board Member
Pictured is Eddie participating in the 2017 Chappell Hill Independence Day Parade.
Our dear friend and Board Member Eddie Mayes will be missed by the CHCHG and everyone whose lives he touched.
2017 Essay Winner
5th grade, Brenham Middle School
Teacher: Mrs. Tiffany Ward
First Place -2017 Essay Winner
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CALENDAR OF UPCOMING EVENTS
Monday May 29, 2017 The Chappell Hill Cultural Heritage Group proudly presents its 9th Annual Memorial Day Observance & Student Essay Contest.
"America, What My Country Mean to Me"
This event was held:
At the Chappell Hill Historical Society & Museum
9220 Poplar Street
Chappell Hill, Texas 77426
We Remember America's Veterans
Saturday May 20, 2017: Armed Forces Day The first Armed Forces Day was first celebrated on Saturday, May 20, 1950. The theme for that day was “Teamed for Defense”, which expressed the unification of all military forces under one government department. According to the U.S. Department of Defense, the day was designed to expand public understanding of what type of job was performed and the role of the military in civilian life. want to know more? visit www.military.com
"To preserve our precious cultural heritage through celebrating historical achievements and patriotic sacrifices especially those of African Americans from Washington County, Texas."
We invite you to participate and contribute.We are a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt organization.
We thank all of you who have supported us and continue to support our goals and mission.
We need your support.
Thank you for your consideration.