Donation from Chevron funded the project, rehabilitation done by American Youth Works
Harris County, TX — FRIDAY, June 11th at 10 a.m., Harris County Precinct 2 Commissioner Adrian Garcia will preside over a ribbon cutting ceremony to debut the newly renovated Santa Anna Capture historical site in East Harris County. The project was funded by a generous grant from Chevron. In addition to remarks from Commissioner Garcia, Chevron General Manager Tim Sutherland, Albert Seguin (living relative of Col. Juan Seguin), Beth McCarthy (past president of Daughters of the Republic) and Parc Smith of American Youth Works will all speak.
Media is welcome to cover the event. VERY LIMITED Parking is available on site. Shuttles will be provided starting at 9:15 from John Phelps Annex (101 South Richey St., Pasadena, TX 77506).
WHO: Commissioner Adrian Garcia, Chevron General Manager Tim Sutherland, Albert Seguin (living relative of Juan Seguin), Parc Smith of American Youth Works, & Beth McCarthy of Daughters of the Republic
WHAT: Debut of newly renovated Santa Anna capture site & ribbon cutting
WHEN: June 11, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.
WHERE: Above the Washburn Tunnel in East Harris County (map location link here) – Additional parking and shuttle service is available at John Phelps Annex.
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