2022-2023 Luncheon Programs

 

August 4     Dixie Cooper: “An Afternoon with Lady Bird Johnson”

              

Actress Dixie Cooper will perform one of her favorite roles from the play, “Tea for Three”. She will portray one of our historic First Ladies, Lady Bird Johnson.  Dixie and her troupe Donna Gylling and Evi Goldstein perform in various Community Theatres in the Conroe and Houston area.

 

​​​​September 1     Brook Littlefield: College Station City Parks & Recreation Depart.

Brook will discuss the various programs available for seniors through the City Parks and Recreation Department.

 


October 6      Karlyn Fedora: “One Way Ticket on the Orphan Train”

Karlyn is an author and motivational speaker.  She will discuss her book “One Way Ticket on the Orphan Train”, a historical narrative that shows the challenges children faced when they came to Texas on an orphan train in 1916.

​​November 3      Lesha Mullins: The Museum of the American G.I.   

Lesha is curator of the Museum of the American G.I.  The museum is home to one of the finest collections in the U.S. of restored WWI, WWII and later era military vehicles, weapons and uniforms, plus historical reenactments

Male guests are invited

December 1     Greg Crisp: Christmas Music

 

Greg is a guitarist/singer/song writer.  He will play guitar and sing traditional Christmas songs as well as surprise us with a few of his original works.

Male guests are invited

THERE IS NOT A LUNCHEON IN JANUARY

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February 2     Richard Boivie: Pruitt-Sadberry Genealogy Family History Center                    

Tracing family history isn’t always easy.  The African American Museum has partnered with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to provide this genealogy program within the museum.  Richard will discuss the program and how we can utilize it.

March 2     Dan Lineberger PhD: Retired Professor Emeritus, Department of                          Horticultural Sciences, Texas A&M University

 

Dan will speak about “The Texas Super Stars” giving us insight to the best plants and trees that grow in Texas.

April 6    Coach Gary Blair: Texas A&M Women’s Basketball Coach, Retired

Coach Blair coached collegiate women’s basketball for 32 years before retiring last year from Texas A&M after 19 years.  He led the Aggies to the NCAA National Championship in 2011.  Coach Blair will speak about his experiences during his lone-time coaching career.

Male guests are invited

May 4     Dr. Erin Fleener: Oncologist

                and the Installation of 2023-2024 Officers

Erin provides diagnostic and treatment services for patients suffering from all types of cancer.  She will speak to new and developing cancer treatments.