Thursday, August 4, 2016

Fort Martin Scott Advisory Board welcomes its   newest member, Steve Schmidt. Dr. Schmidt holds a Ph.D. in Applied Statistics. During his 20-years in the U.S. Air Force he served as an instructor pilot and commander. His academic experience includes: Tenure Professor, U.S. Air Force Academy; Adjunct Faculty, University of Texas at Austin, Business School; Adjunct Professor Incarnate Word College, Motorola University and Defense Systems Management Collge. He is the current C.E.O. of World Class Quest and Enchanted Springs Ranch. He is a Paul Harris award recipient Rotarian.
We are most pleased to have Dr. Schmidt join our Board. especially with our new emphasis on educational programming, which will be greatly enhanced by his experience.

Friday, June 24, 2016

We got the new wagon bows oiled and  installed today, maybe tomorrow the canvas.

Monday, June 20, 2016

Our covered wagon restore is almost completed. We received the new canvas bows from North Dakota last week and will be installing them as soon as we put protective oil on them. It will be a great addition to the upcoming parade, and to the Fort.

Sunday, May 29, 2016

April, Fort Martin Days, Reenactors and Volunteer's

With out the help of many Volunteer's and reenactors presenting the past history of Fort Martin Scott during our April event, the event could not have happen. Many of the reenactors were from other Texas Forts  and travelled many miles to participate, bring equipment and live stock. We The Friends of Fort Martin Scott and Management send out a very sincere THANK YOU!!

A Big Thank You

The staff and Friends of Fort Martin Scott would like to give Louise Lussier a big thank you for taking the time and donating the great photos of our April event. The photos we posted were professionally taken by Louise. Thanks Again

David Bianchi
Site Manager
Fort Martin Scott

Friday, May 6, 2016

More reenactment pics

More pics from our last reenactment April 2016

Fort Martin Scot Days April 2016

Fort Martin Scott had a wonderful turn out by school children and adults for the Fort Martin Scott Days held April 22 & 23rd.