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History Brought to Life with "Times of the Preston Trail"

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History runs deep through Texoma, and this weekend May 3rd and 4th the local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Preston Trail Chapter NSDAR will present the production "Times of the Preston Trail."  A theatrical event showcasing Texoma's history. It's a "Humorous and factual account of life on the old Preston Trail."

 

Tickets: Adults $25 Children Under 12: $10

Friday May 3rd 7pm

Saturday May 4th 2pm

First United Methodist DChurch

Brinkley Hall 401 N. Elm St.

Sherman, Tx 75090

903-824-9166

gloria.j.morton@att.net

Proceeds benefit Grayson County Disabled Veterans

Mail checks payable to Preston Trail Chapter NSDSAR

PO Box 645 Denison Tx

Tickets available at the door