Todd Fritsch Headlines “The Wrangler’s Gala” – June 2

Houston, TX (May 4, 2007) – Texas recording artist Todd Fritsch will support his local library by entertaining attendees of The Round Top Family Library Annual Wrangler’s Gala on June 2 at the Emma Lee Turney Art Center (Round Top, Texas).  “Round Top’s population is tiny, just 77 folks live there,” says Texas singer/songwriter and cowboy, Todd Fritsch.  “But the Family Library has a huge impact on area residents as it serves all of the surrounding communities, not only with books,movies, on-line access and in-house programs, but also with outreach reading and music programs at local schools.”

Todd counts “Where The Red Fern Grows,” which he read in fifth grade, as among his all-time favorite tomes, and while his busy life doesn’t allow for much “down time” these days, Todd believes that reading is the key to learning. “It’s the best way to educate yourself,” says Fritsch.  “If you want to know something, go read about it.  Read as much as you can, wherever you can – books, newspapers, online.  This is one cause that I’m really proud to support.”

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