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Texas Ranger Day 2020 rescheduled to May 9

Reschedule Event Due to current COVID-19 situation and recommendations by the 
CDC/National/State/Local Officials 

Burton, Texas March 18, 2020—After careful consideration of the current situation with COVID-19 impacting our surrounding communities and statements issued by both the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as statements issued by the White House, Texas Ranger Day will be rescheduled in order to be safe and protect our community.  At this time, our planned reschedule date is Saturday, May 9th.  Thanks to all for their patience and devotion to this wonderful event for our community.  For information and details please visit our website, Facebook page and Facebook event page for any updates.

So mark your calendars for a day of Texas history, food, fun AND do your part to preserve a vital piece of the Burton community. Admission to the event is free, tickets for All-you-can-eat fajitas and beans are $10 for adults, $5 for kids 5-10. ​Please Contact us here for more information 979-803-0393, visit​  or email ​​. 

March 1973, the Burton Heritage Society organized to preserve and share the history of the community.  Projects included restoration of the Mt. Zion Cemetery, the 1906 Burton Bank building, the 1898 Burton Railroad Depot and the Mt. Zion Historical Chapel. The organization is still going strong and actively maintains and protects the Burton Railroad Depot and the Mt. Zion Historical Chapel. The Burton Heritage Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. 

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