Upcoming Town Hall Meetings, Based on a True Brownwood Story

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Upcoming Town Hall Meetings

I will be holding town hall meetings in the 11th District next week. These town halls give me the opportunity to connect with constituents, and hear about the issues that are most important to you. Please join me if you are able to!

WHAT: Eastland Town Hall

WHEN: Tuesday, August 27th, 5:00pm-6:00pm

WHERE: IThe Connellee Hotel and Civic Center, 209 W. Main Street

WHAT: Mineral Wells Town Hall

WHEN: Wednesday, August 28th, 1:30pm-2:30pm

WHERE: Mineral Wells Area Chamber of Commerce Community Room, 511 E. Hubbard Street

WHAT: Granbury Town Hall

WHEN: Wednesday, August 28th, 5:30pm-6:30pm

WHERE: Lake Granbury Conference Center, Second Floor Brazos Room, 621 E. Pearl Street

Based on a True Brownwood Story

Did you know that the Brownwood Lions, one of the most winning football programs in the state of Texas, once had a female head football coach?

In 1944 during the thick of World War II, Tylene Wilson overcame extreme opposition to help keep Brownwood’s football program alive.

When Marjorie Herrera Lewis caught wind of Tylene’s incredible story, she immediately set to work writing ‘When The Men Were Gone,’ a historical novel based on her life.

Thanks to the Brownwood Rotary Club for bringing Marjorie to a recent lunch for a fantastic presentation.

This is an amazing story coming out of TX-11 - and I look forward to reading the book!

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Rep. Mike Conaway, 11th District

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