Belton Texas Art
As a child growing up in Belton, I had fond memories of going to the Carnegie Library, sitting in the back room to the right. I have the same memories of Anna Thomas, who felt like a second home after her big sister took her into second grade.
I don't remember the name of the librarian, but I do remember that she was very nice and always so helpful. Lena Armstrong was absolutely the nicest person I knew when I was growing up, and when I retired she replaced me. I remember being there six days a week and I was like, "Oh, I'm going to be there." Lena always knew which books to recommend, she knew my taste in books.
Vivian's influence extended to Denton, where she became a member of the board of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, an institute focused on research and education in the field of war and peace. She is a founding member of the Institute for Peace Studies at the University of Texas at Austin and founder and chair of the Board of Directors. InSpiritry has been published by the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and the Huffington Post. Among the titles of the past is Interwoven and Shared, a collection of her writings on spirituality, spirituality and religion.
PATH People, which tries to help people who need mental health and substance abuse in the Denton area, is among the previous recipients. To learn more or register for the event, visit the Belton Texas Art Society's Facebook page, Facebook page or Twitter page. For more information about the Bexar County Incorporated Arts Council events, visit its website.
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If you have a story waiting to be told, we encourage other visitors to Texas Escapes to share their stories with us. Anne McCrady was executive director of the Bexar County Incorporated Arts Council from 2008 to 2015. Inspired by Vivian's peacemakers, she founded the first art organization in the state of Texas - ever a non-profit - the Texas Art Council.
Since then, the Art of Peace Tyler Committee has grown year by year, and InSpiritry remains a founding sponsor. Anne McCrady, who co-directs the festival, will donate some of the proceeds from this year's event to the Bexar County Incorporated Arts Council. Also collected at the event was a $5,000 gift card for the Texas Art Council as well as $1,500 in cash. So we have a total of $2,400 in donations, plus $500 in gift cards and $100 in tickets.
We will also be part of Tyler's Twin Cities program, which includes six international cities that culturally cooperate with Tyler.
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In December 1851, the Texas legislature renamed the city Belton and Bell County, and the Whig Independent newspaper appeared there. In the 1859 election, Bell County residents voted overwhelmingly for Sam Houston, but a combination of political pressure from the city and local businesses, and support from the state legislature, ensured his survival. By the mid-19th century, Belton companies had moved to Temple, largely because of its proximity to Austin. Dear TE, I don't have a photo of you, but remember you as one of my favorite people in the history of Texas and Texas.