Seeking Sponsors for the Battle of Medina Society Celebration

The Battle of Medina Society is celebrating the 200thAnniversary of the Founding of the First Constitutional Government of Texas on April 6, 2013 at the Spanish Governors Palace in San Antonio, beginning at 10AM.

There are varying levels of sponsorship:

Diamond Sponsor $300.00 Banner, Book (Tejano Roots) Program, Guest Speaker, Honorable Mention

Platinum Sponsor $200.00 Banner, Book, Program, Honorable Mention

Gold Sponsor $100.00 Banner, Book, Program

Silver Sponsor $50.00 Banner, Program

Guest Sponsor $25.00 Program

The Battle of Medina Society’s Mission Statement:

To encourage elected representatives to officially recognize the Emerald Green Flag as the 7thFlag flown over Texas

To encourage elected representatives to officially recognize April 6th 1813 as the founding of the First Constitutional Government of Texas (perhaps a holiday)

To archeologically find the battle site of the Battle of Medina

To support and participate in the reenactment of the Battle of Medina. (On the school grounds of SSISD in Losoya)

To support and participate in the Founding of the First Constitutional Government reenactment in front of the Spanish Governors Palace

To have historical markers installed to honor the wives, mothers and daughters of the Tejanos that suffered and died from the brutality

To have historical markers installed to honor the memory of 327 Tejanos that were beheaded on Military Plaza in San Antonio

Once located, to have a monument and museum built on or near the battle site of the Battle of Medina

For more information, contact Dan Arellano, President of the Battle of Medina Society (a designated 501 c-3 Non Profit Organization) at 512-826-7569 or write to: PO Box 43012, Austin, Tx 78704.

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