The Center for Stop Six Heritage
February 3 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
You may have heard the buzz about Fort Worth’s Stop Six neighborhood, but you may not know its fascinating history. Join us as we welcome former city councilman and current Center manager Frank Moss who will share the story of Stop Six from its founding through its current development. In addition, Moss will focus on the creation of the Center for Stop Six Heritage which not only provides a gathering place for the community, but also promotes neighborhood pride by involving students, parents, and teachers in the effort to preserve local history through exhibits, oral interviews, and research projects.
A realtor by profession, Franklin Moss is also an avid historian. He has previously served on the Tarrant County Historical Commission, the Tarrant County Black Historical and Genealogical Society, Fort Worth/Tarrant County Branch of the NAACP, and Ambassador Club of Fort Worth. He is a Prince Hall Mason. Among his many awards, he was named a distinguished alumni of UT Arlington in 1999. He represented District 5 on the Fort Worth City Council for twelve years.