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about FULSHEAR HISTORICAL

Fulshear Historical Association is a registered nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Fulshear, Texas.

The Mission

To connect people to the past by collecting, preserving and promoting the diverse history of the people and events that shaped Fulshear, Texas. To inspire future generations through education, arts and service.

The Goals

To engage the community in sharing stories of the past, to generate interest in the present, and to perpetuate Fulshear history for the future.

The Values

  • Community Partnership

  • Stewardship & Service

  • Accessibility & Inclusion

  • Integrity & Respect

  • Preservation & Sustainability

  • Creativity & Innovation

THE FHA LOGO

The Fulshear Historical Association (FHA) logo represents a compilation of industries that helped to form Fulshear in its earliest days; from the railway, to horse ranching, to farming. Fulshear's heritage continues to be visible in the community today. 
A special thanks to
Amal Agha Designs
for donating time and services 
in the creation of this logo.
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FHA Documents

Integrity & Transparency

As a newly formed organization, the Fulshear Historical Association is continuing to develop foundational framework to support the mission and the Fulshear community. The most recent organization documents can be accessed and downloaded here. 

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP is our primary value. As such, all Fulshear community members are welcomed and encouraged to get involved in the ongoing development, research, and activities of the FHA. 

Board of Directors
Fulshear Historical Association is a 501(c)3 organization governed by a volunteer board

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HEATHER MCADOO

President (2023-2026) Executive Board

Currently pursuing her Masters degree in Museum Studies, Heather's focus is on mission-driven and community-informed programs. As a professional photographer, she explores visual cultural and heritage preservation through the lens. With a background in performing arts, she continues to be an advocate for local and global arts and culture organizations.

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SUSIE HOWEY

Treasurer & Interim Secretary (2023-2026) Executive Board

As an eight-year resident of Fulshear, Susie brings her experience in project management to the Fulshear Historical Association. She retired in 2019 with 40 years of working in creative services and corporate communications in the oil industry and is enjoying serving the community by promoting the history of Fulshear.

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HEATHER RAPHAEL

Director of Education & Outreach  (2023-2026)

Heather is a lifelong Texan with roots going back to the Republic of Texas. She has deep ties to central and south rural Texas. Heather is a longtime educator in the Houston area with a passion for teaching, history, and the arts.

ADVISORY BOARD

Fulshear Historical Association has begun the process of establishing the organizations first-ever advisory board. Requests for Consideration will be sent to individuals, within local, county, and state designations, who can lend their support, knowledge, and skills to the growth and benefit of the FHA.

Please note, these are non-paid, non-voting, term positions.


If you would like to nominate someone for consideration, please send an email to info@fulshearhistory.org

PAST BOARD CHAIRS

WITH GRATITUDE 

The Fulshear Historical Association board would like to
extend our sincere thanks to our past board chairs, 


Rebecca Patterson (President 2020-2022)
Sonya Simmons (Treasurer 2020-2023)
 
for their work as passionate founding officers of the organization.
Their leadership helped to establish the necessary framework for a newly developed non-profit, positioning the FHA to achieve positive future accomplishments in service to the Fulshear com
munity. 

Many thanks for your time and dedication
to Fulshear's history and heritage!

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