CAMP GOODNIGHT TEXAS
Camp Goodnight Texas is the “Official Home” (under development) in the City of Quitaque, Briscoe County of The Pioneers and Leaders of the State (PALS) of Texas Volunteers established on STAR DAY, February 19, 2000 to support the mission of The STAR DAY Foundation and the activities of Texas Student Study Groups organized by The STAR DAY Foundation as after-school library expanded learning opportunities activities hosted by Texas school librarians, teachers and community PALS of Texas volunteers to inspire and motivate student to explore and discover conservation, preservation and restoration student study topics.
“The PALS of Texas Volunteers Roundup (The Roundup)” sponsored by The STAR DAY Foundation is an annual three-day weekend gathering at Camp Goodnight Texas in Quitaque on or before September 12, “The Mary Ann (Molly) Goodnight Day” in Texas dedicated to celebrating her life and legacy as “THE MARY ANN (MOLLY) GOODNIGHT CELEBRATION DAYS” in the City of Quitaque. The Roundup shall provide volunteers an opportunity to conduct business activities of The PALS of Texas Volunteers, to attend with family “The Mary Ann (Molly) Goodnight Library Luncheon Seminar”, to visit and explore the majestic Caprock Canyons State Park land and unique bison herd at the park now known as “The Official State Bison Herd of Texas” and to participate in dark sky evening “Star Parties” at the park to view “The Great Texas Old Blue Bison Constellation” and other astronomical wonders of the universe presented by volunteer amateur astronomers and guest profession astronomers featuring various telescopes.
The Texas Bison Student Study Group and The PALS of Texas Volunteers are dedicated to supporting the goal and activities of “The Official State Bison Herd of Texas Fund (The Fund)” whose annual interest shall fund additional conservation, preservation and restoration initiatives of the majestic Caprock Canyons State Park land and the unique bison herd at the park now known as “The Official State Bison Herd of Texas.” “The Story of Fund” by Dennis M. Kulvicki has been posted below from The Journal-Volume 1 of The Texas Bison Student Study Group Journal.