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  • This historic community, located in the heart of Texas, offers an ideal setting for homes, ranches and businesses with beautiful scenery, rolling green hills, tranquil lakes, historic Texas landmarks and country charm, yet the "big city" is less than an hour away. Chappell Hill is situated in the southeast portion of Washington County, which lies halfway between Houston and Austin on US Hwy. 290.

    Chappell Hill is a small Texas town with a colorful history offering visitors year-round hospitality and charm. The town has a delightful combination of restored homes, shops and buildings.  Many are found on Main Street, which has been designated as a National Register Historic District.

    Renowned for its blooming bluebonnet fields, rolling hills, scenic views, Bluebonnet and Scarecrow Festivals each year, Chappell Hill allows you to step back in time and enjoy a pleasant outing of browsing and strolling along its streets.

     

     


    Republican Club of Washington County Monthly Meeting

    @ The Cannery Kitchen, May 11, 2021 5:30PM-7:30PM

    As Senior Fellow in Border Security for the Texas Public Policy Foundation, Josh Jones conducts organized crime and security assessments in Mexico, evaluating threats to Texas, other Southwest Border states and the national security interests of the United States.An 18-year veteran of the U.S. Department of Justice, Jones previously worked on the front lines of transnational criminal organization investigations as a federal prosecutor in Washington, D.C., and San Diego, California. 
     
    His work took him from Colombian cocoa fields and Guatemalan jungles to the mountains of the Golden Triangle in Mexico, leading to the arrests and prosecutions of some of the most notorious criminal organization leaders in the history of Latin America. Most recently, he served on the Attorney General’s Joint Task Force Vulcan, a task force created to eliminate the threat of MS-13 in the United States. 
     
    He won numerous national case-of-the-year awards from the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force, the Department of Homeland Security, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area program.
     
    Jones is a Georgia native and a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law, where he served as Editor in Chief of the Georgia Law Review. After leaving the U.S. Attorney’s office for the Southern District of California in 2020, he moved to Texas and founded the Austin Project, LLC, a security and investigations company.  He and his wife reside in Austin, Texas.
     
    Dinner is $15.00 for guests.Contact wcrepublicanclub@gmail or washingtoncountytxgop@gmail.com
     

     

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