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 ​May 5 - 11:30 a.m.  LCARW General  Meeting - Walden Yacht Club
 2016Scholarship Awards
 Guest Speaker:  Barbara Cargill

​ May 12-14
 State Convention - Dallas

 May 13 & 14 - Republican State  Convention - Dallas

 May 13 - TFRW Tribute to Women -

 May 17 - 9:30 a.m. - Greater Houston  Council Meeting - Trini Mendenhall  Center (formerly Sosa Center)
 Keynote Speaker
 Dr. Wally Wilkerson

 May 24 - Primary Runoff Election

 July 22 - 2016 LCARW Fundraiser -
 Lone Star Community Center

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Harriet Kerr, Treasurer
P. O. Box 737
Montgomery, Texas 77356

LCARW General Meeting
2016 Scholarship Awards
Thursday, May 5, 2016
11:30 Social      12:00 Luncheon

Walden Yacht Club
Lunch is available for $16.00
Reservations are required by May 2
Checks are payable to Walden Yacht Club

Guest Speaker
Barbara Cargill
State Board of Education
Barbara Cargill, a science educator from The Woodlands, represents parts of the Greater Houston and Southeast Texas area on the State Board of Education. As an appointee of Gov. Rick Perry, she served as chair of the board from July 1, 2011 through June 18, 2015.

A Republican, Cargill was first elected to a four-year term of office on the board in November 2004 and was re-elected in 2008 and 2012. She represents the Houston area and Southeast Texas. She has served as chair and vice chair of the board's Committee on 
Instruction, the committee on which she now serves. Cargill has also been a member of the Committee on Planning and the Committee on School Initiatives.

Cargill is the founder and director of Wonders of the Woodlands Science Camp, which has been operational since 1995. WOW! Science Camp provides creative, hands-on learning to more than 1,200 children each summer. The camp is an outreach program of The Woodlands United Methodist Church. 

She holds a Master's of Science degree in Science Education from Texas Women’s University and an undergraduate degree from Baylor University.