Telling Houston's Stories

Houston Heritage Luncheon 2019
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.

The Forest Club
9950 Memorial Drive
Houston, Texas

Honorable Annise Parker and Andrea White
Honorary Co-chairs

Harriet Latimer
Luncheon Chair

Nita Vandiver Jackson
William J. Hill Award Recipient

James Haley, Texas Historian and Novelist
Speaker
Discover the connection of
Charlotte Baldwin Allen and Sam Houston

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For information, rsvp@heritagesociety.org or 713.655.1912.

Presenting Sponsor Table of 12 (FMV $50 per ticket)
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Sam Houston Table of 10 (FMV $50 per ticket)
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See photos from the 2018 Houston Heritage Luncheon

A sold-out crowd of 101 guests gathered to hear Speaker Joe Holley recount little-known stories of Houston’s past. His most recent book, “Hurricane Season: The Unforgettable Story of the 2017 Houston Astros and the Resilience of a City” was released on May 1 and a signed copy was available in the silent auction. A former staff writer at The Washington Post, Joe Holley is an editorial writer and “Native Texan” columnist for the Houston Chronicle. A native Texan himself, he received degrees from Abilene Christian University, the University of Texas at Austin and Columbia University and is a former editor of the Texas Observer and a regular contributor to Texas Monthly. He has been an editorial writer and columnist for newspapers in San Antonio and Houston, as well as San Diego, California, and was a 2017 Pulitzer Prize finalist for a series of editorials on guns and gun culture in Texas. He also worked as a press secretary and speech writer for Texas Governor Ann Richards until she lost her bid for re-election in 1994 to George W. Bush.

The Bayou Club served a delicious lunch with a Spring Salad, Cheese Soufflé and a Seven Layer Chocolate Cake with Peppermint Ice Cream.

The Silent Auction raised a record amount of nearly $10,000.