Memorial Drive Methodist Church Group Visits Anahuac


The Bridgebuilders Class of the Memorial Drive Methodist Church in Houston made a visit to Anahuac on Saturday, November 1st as a part of their 23rd Annual Road Rally. The class is made up of senior citizens and each year they travel to some community in the Houston area.

While in Anahuac, the group of about 75 toured the Chambers County Historical Museum/Archives Building as well as the T.J. Chambers Home and the Dr. Schilling Office. Historical Commission Chair Bob Wheat and Vice-Chair R. B. Scherer, Jr. provided historical narratives pertaining to the historical buildings and the history of Chambers County. They were assisted by Commission Members Kenneth Standley, Kay Willcox and Pudge Willcox.

Following the Anahuac tour, the group traveled to the Double Bayou Community Center where they had catered lunch by Papa’s Place from Winnie. They enjoyed a delicious meal of fried oysters, fried catfish, fried shrimp, boiled shrimp and bar-b-q ribs, all specialties of the restaurant. The Historical Commission provided two door prizes for the group. A history book of Chambers County was won by Ed and Ann Hinkley and a print of the J.T. White House was won by Beverly Hambry.





Written by CCHC Publicity Chair Pudge Willcox
November 1, 2008

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