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Beta Zeta Tours Mason
Wednesday, April 24, 2013 • Posted April 25, 2013

On Saturday, April 20th, Delta Kappa Gamma members of the Beta Zeta Chapter of Fredericksburg spent a “Ladies Day Out in Mason,” touring the museums, the library, and having lunch in Mason.

Mason is rich in the history of the early Hill Country settlers. The first stop was the Square Museum. Scott Zesch talked about the Comanches and settlers of the Mason area in the museum setting. Then the members toured the Mason Co. Museum with docent Judy Schoenfield giving a most informative account of early Mason inhabitants. After lunch, on the agenda, was a short business meeting at the M. Beven Eckert Memorial Library. The members viewed the exhibits in the library foyer which included Fred Gipson memorabilia.

After the meeting the women toured the square, and some attended the Tour of Homes. Members Vondell Jordan, Jan Appleby, Ann Mahnken, and Glendene Underwood hosted the exciting April meeting of Beta Zeta.

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