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LVHA to present history, part II




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The La Vernia Historical Association will hold the second part of a history lecture series by local historians Allen and Regina Kosub on Tuesday, Dec. 3, at 7 p.m. in the La Vernia Church of Christ at 133 Industrial Drive in La Vernia.

The Kosubs will delve into stories such as “Forgotten Giants of the Cibolo,” “The Post Offices Between the Cibolo and San Antonio River Valleys,” and “A La Vernia Christmas Story.” They’ll also touch on ghost towns, name changes, peculiar situations, and individuals such as R.W. Brahan, Edward H. Cunningham, Gideon Lee, the Rector family, William H. Patton, and more.

The event is free; however, donations are always welcome. No reservations are required.

For more information, contact Elaine Stephens at 830-779-2636 or laverniahistory@yahoo.com.
 

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