The Central Texas Iris Society
The Central Texas (Belton) Iris Society is an affiliate of the American Iris Society and one of the fourteen Iris Societies in Region 17, which comprises all of Texas.
The Belton Iris Society was organized on April 18, 1951. The first show was held
April 18, 1952 at the Belton Carnegie Library with 223 entries. This group is dedicated to the enjoyment and sharing of irises. Membership is extended to anyone interested in irises. On February 10, 2020, the membership voted to change
the name to the Central Texas Iris Society.
The Central Texas Iris Society meets regularly at 6 P.M. on the second Monday of the month at St Paul United Methodist Church's Fellowship Hall, 2407 West Avenue P, TEMPLE, TX. No meetings are held in December, June, July, and August. Annual dues are $10.
The Central Texas (Belton) Iris Society Constitution, By-laws, and Standing Rules can be read here.
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