The digital-only Winter 2013 Lone Star News is available here and on the Publications page. Additionally, we present for your convenience and enjoyment, an interactive version of the Lone Star News. (To page through the interactive version, click on right a corner to move forward and a left corner to move back.)
This edition has QR codes embedded in many of the articles. QR codes will be used at the Lubbock convention, and using them with the LSN will be a way for you to learn to use your mobile device to read them. Included in the newsletter is a brief description of the codes and a QR code that will lead you to more information. The internet has many tutorials to help you with this skill; just imagine that it is a game, and you are learning the secrets of the codes.
New ASTEF/Road Scholar Travel Adventure
Colonial and Revolutionary Virginia: Jamestown, Williamsburg, Yorktown - Embark on a journey through Virginia's "Historic Triangle" with no less than a dozen historians and other experts. Flyer
Did you know that several of our state committees publish regular newsletters? They are to be found on our Publications page and on the specific committee pages. Check regularly to find these excellent resources.
Autobiographies of the Texas State Presidents 1991-2011 order form.