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Trini Mendenhall Community Center, 1414 Wirt Road
Houston, TX 77055

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MONTHLY HAS MEETING December 15th, 2022.

Houston Archeological Society Holiday Social

Please join us for the Houston Archeological Society’s final meeting of the year on Thursday, December 15, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. at the Trini Mendenhall Community Center, 1414 Wirt Road in Houston.  The meeting will be in-person only, free of charge, and open to the public.  Our gathering will feature a special holiday-themed snack buffet, a PowerPoint slide display, and a casual evening of socializing. Please bring a seasonal snack to share!

HAS President Frank Kozar will oversee the evening as our Master of Ceremonies. Serving his first term as president of the Houston Archeological Society, Frank was born in Donora, Pennsylvania, but moved to Cleveland, Ohio, when he was three and spent his childhood there. He joined the Navy, and following his service commitment he worked for Eastern Airlines at various operations jobs in Cleveland, Atlanta, Charleston, and Miami. In 1983, Frank moved to Houston to be an air traffic controller. He served in that field for twenty-seven years until retirement, after which he worked as a contract instructor. Frank has held a lifelong interest in history and archeology and is sharing that passion with HAS.

Parking at the Trini Mendenhall Center is free of charge. For more information about this program or about  the Houston Archeological Society, please contact Frank Kozar, at



HAS Journal No. 144 is now available. The Journal Number 144 The articles will focus on the San Felipe de Austin Dig by John Lohse, Horseshoes in Texas, a Thimble from the 18th or 19th century from France found in Frosttown, and another article about Camp Kirby in Dickenson, TX, a civil war camp by Charly Gordy, ceramics from Cottonfield by Tim Perttula, and information from Mike Woods about a Butted Knife Found in Comal County. Complimentary copies may be obtained by HAS members at the monthly meetings. Non-HAS members may purchase copies through Go to the HAS Journals Section for a link to the publication on the website. Alternatively, copies may be purchased at the HAS Monthly Meetings.

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