The first Legacy Circle Members Luncheon is a success!

Posted by Rob Roehm in Events   

On June 8, 2007, the first ever Legacy Circle Members Luncheon was held near Brownwood, Texas at the Star of Texas Bed & Breakfast. It was a beautiful day, with a few clouds and mild temperatures, just right for an outdoor event in the wonderful gardens of Star of Texas which were done up in Texas motif. A hot Texas barbeque with all the fixin’s was served, along with cold drinks, and apple cobbler for dessert.We were fortunate to be joined by Greg Manchess, artist for Del Rey’s The Conquering Sword of Conan. Everyone enjoyed the company, as well as the birds, the butterflies, and the battleaxes on display (Don, the owner of the B&B, made them!). Afterwards, Rusty Burke gave a short talk on the history of Lake Brownwood (just over the hill) and the related REH story “Wild Water”. The event then closed with the LC members receiving a package of goodies, including the first ever REHF Newsletter, a chapbook titled Rhymes of Texas and the Old West, a copy of an original typescript of an unpublished early draft of “Wild Water”, and their 2007 REHF lapel pins.

A couple pictures taken at the event are shown below. Here’s hoping next year’s REH Days Legacy Circle event is twice is big! How to become a Legacy Circle member? See here.

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