Hemet Heritage Foundation invites residents to presentation on rancher Tommy Rawson

Tommy Rawson drawing by historian and family friend, Rob Lindquist. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Residents interested in local history are invited to attend the monthly Hemet Heritage Foundation/Hemet Museum meeting and program on Monday, Nov. 13 at 6:30 p.m. at Memorial Funeral Services, 1111 S. State St. in Hemet, in the shopping center on the SW Corner of State & Stetson directly across from McDonalds on Stetson. Gail Barton, granddaughter of Tommy Rawson of Rawson Ranch in Crown Valley established in 1888, will present “As the Twig is Bent so is the Tree Inclined”-- not the story you might expect about the rancher Tommy Rawson. “Join us to explore Tommy Rawson, who was best known as a rancher, but proved to be a multi-faceted individual”, Gail Barton invited, “and as a bonus, discover the young man who worked for Tommy on the Rawson Ranch and went on to achieve fam
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