Llano Uplift Chapter

Marble Falls, Texas

A Texas Centennial Chapter
Organized April 26, 1996

Our Name

Geographical, Geological, Historical

Llano: Texas pronunciation= Lan-o

Spanish pronunciation= Yah-no

Uplift: Geological term for earth's upheaval

     The Llano Uplift Chapter was organized as a Texas Centennial Chapter, April 26, 1996.

     Our Chapter name was chosen because the Llano Uplift is a unique geographical and geological area approximately 70 by 60 miles in size in the Hill Country of Central Texas.  It includes Llano County, western Burnet County, and parts of surrounding counties.  It is one of three areas in Texas with exposed Precambrian rocks which are over a billion years old. The Colorado and Llano rivers flow through the Uplift, the smaller Llano joining the Colorado at Kingsland.  Our membership live in both Llano and Burnet counties. 

Member Information

     Regular chapter meetings are held quarterly in January, April, July, and October.  Chapter meetings are held either the last Friday or the last Saturday.  Meeting times and places are decided by the chapter executive board and announced through yearbooks, newsletters, newspaper articles, and the chapter Telephone Committee.

     Luncheon follows the program at twelve o'clock noon unless otherwise designated.  Each member is responsible for making and paying for luncheon reservations by the stated deadline. Members and guests who do not wish to eat lunch are welcome to attend meetings without making luncheon reservations.

     Non-members wishing to be invited to a chapter meeting may contact us for information.


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