Dakota Catt Memeriol Fund
Date(s): 11/13/2014, 11/14/2014, 11/15/2014, 11/16/2014, 11/17/2014, 11/18/2014, 11/19/2014, 11/20/2014, 11/21/2014, 11/22/2014, 11/23/2014, 11/24/2014, 11/25/2014, 11/26/2014, 11/27/2014, 11/28/2014, 11/29/2014, 11/30/2014, 12/1/2014, 12/2/2014, 12/3/2014, 12/4/2014, 12/5/2014, 12/6/2014, 12/7/2014, 12/8/2014, 12/9/2014, 12/10/2014, 12/11/2014, 12/12/2014, 12/13/2014, 12/14/2014, 12/15/2014, 12/16/2014, 12/17/2014, 12/18/2014, 12/19/2014, 12/20/2014, 12/21/2014, 12/22/2014, 12/23/2014, 12/24/2014, 12/25/2014, 12/26/2014, 12/27/2014, 12/28/2014, 12/29/2014, 12/30/2014, 12/31/2014, 1/1/2015, 1/2/2015, 1/3/2015, 1/4/2015, 1/5/2015, 1/6/2015
www.gofundme.com/dakotacatt ..... we are raising money to help pay for our sons funeral and my wife's extended stay at the ICU in Houston saint lukes hospital... anything helps, thanks for your support...
National Adoption Month
Date(s): 11/4/2014, 11/5/2014, 11/6/2014, 11/7/2014, 11/8/2014, 11/9/2014, 11/10/2014, 11/11/2014, 11/12/2014, 11/13/2014, 11/14/2014, 11/15/2014, 11/16/2014, 11/17/2014, 11/18/2014, 11/19/2014, 11/20/2014, 11/21/2014, 11/22/2014, 11/23/2014, 11/24/2014, 11/25/2014, 11/26/2014, 11/27/2014, 11/28/2014, 11/29/2014, 11/30/2014
November is National Adoption Month. Please join Aggieland Pregnancy Outreach this month to promote the option of adoption when facing an unplanned pregnancy. If you would like to donate to our financial campaign this month either contact us at 979-764-6636 or go to www.pregnancyoutreach.org and make your donation online.
Benefit Event at Texas Roadhouse
Texas Roadhouse 1601 University Drive East College Station
Texas Roadhouse on University Drive in College Station is having a free lunch on December 4, 2014 benefitting Aggieland Pregnancy Outreach, Inc. They will serve a pulled pork sandwich, french fries, and a non-alcoholic drink. Donations are appreciated and 100% goes directly to APO to help us help more babies. Please save the date and plan to be at Texas Roadhouse on December 4. No RSVP required. Just come and go from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Shawn Mohr Passion for Nursing Scholarship
Date(s): 10/23/2014, 10/24/2014, 10/25/2014, 10/26/2014, 10/27/2014, 10/28/2014, 10/29/2014, 10/30/2014, 10/31/2014, 11/1/2014, 11/2/2014, 11/3/2014, 11/4/2014, 11/5/2014, 11/6/2014, 11/7/2014, 11/8/2014, 11/9/2014, 11/10/2014, 11/11/2014, 11/12/2014, 11/13/2014, 11/14/2014, 11/15/2014, 11/16/2014, 11/17/2014, 11/18/2014, 11/19/2014, 11/20/2014, 11/21/2014, 11/22/2014, 11/23/2014, 11/24/2014, 11/25/2014, 11/26/2014, 11/27/2014, 11/28/2014, 11/29/2014, 11/30/2014
Shawn Mohr Passion for Nursing Scholarship
"Creating Mohr Nurses with $33"
An open letter from Ken Miller:
My nephew, Shawn Mohr, was a really good kid. Yes, I guess you can say that I am biased; and proud to be. In August of 2001, Shawn graduated Magna Cum Laude from Texas A&M University as the class of 2000 with a degree in Kinesiology. He then worked for about 4 years at St. Joseph Hospital in Bryan, Texas in the cardiac rehabilitation unit as an exercise physiologist. This prompted him to get into nursing. At this time, Texas A&M was offering an accelerated nursing course in Corpus Christi. Shawn went through this 18 month course and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a 4.0 GPA in December of 2007. In February of 2008, Shawn was hired by The Methodist Hospital in Houston. By 2011, he was part of an elite team of operating room nurses working in the Fondren OR of the DeBakey Heart Center. He was making so much progress in such a short period of time.
Shawn loved nursing and was never late for work. On June 22, 2011, he never showed up for work. He had died in his sleep at home from an enlarged heart. He was 33 years young. After spending most of his adult years helping others fight heart disease, he would succumb to the silent killer with no sign and no warning; the irony of it all. Shawn had a true passion for family, nursing, sports, Texas music, and Texas A&M. He is now buried in College Station in the Aggie Field of Honor with a view of Kyle Field between two oak trees. He is the only child of my sister, Janice, and had yet to marry or have children, so we wanted to try to do something so that his name can live on through nursing and Texas A&M.
In November of 2013 we started a scholarship fund with the College of Nursing at Texas A&M University. It is called the "Shawn Mohr Passion for Nursing Scholarship" and our first goal is to build it into an endowment with donation of $33; Shawn's age. We have 5 years to reach the endowment stage. At this point, the scholarship and Shawn's name will live on forever through nursing and Texas A&M. In the 2 years in putting this together, it has developed into a three-fold objective:
1. To build this scholarship over the coming years with donations of $33. All donations are made through the Texas A&M Foundation and are tax deductible. For those who need a viable tax deduction, you can certainly donate "Mohr" than $33.
2. To let as many future nurses know about the College of Nursing at Texas A&M and the scholarships that are available for them.
3. to create awareness of the dangers of heart disease attacking our young adults.
I have developed a web page for all of this, www.shawnmohr.org.
For donations by mail:
Make checks payable to: Texas A&M Foundation
In the memo line: Shawn Mohr #0435621
Texas A&M Foundation
401 George Bush Drive
College Station, TX 77843-1234
ATTN: Shawn Mohr Scholarship
Online Donations: shawnmohr.org
Hurricane Awareness Fund Raiser
Date(s): 7/21/2013, 7/22/2013, 7/23/2013
12 - 10 PM
Collecting Under Clothing All Sizes Men And Women Must Be Brand New And In Its Wrapper. Personal Care Kits And Supplies To Go In Flood Buckets,
John Dixon 979 778-3680 or 979 422-6753
Flock Your Friends! Fundraiser
Located in B-CS, Brazos Valley Counseling Services (BVCS) is the only 501(c)(3) non-profit in the Brazos Valley providing essential mental-health counseling to those that either do not have access to or cannot normally afford it. BVCS serves the entire 7-county Brazos Valley area and operates on a sliding scale fee based on income and household size. Most clients receive services for as little as $10 a session.
Throughout February, BVCS is sponsoring "Flock Your Friends!" By making a small donation, you can have as many as 50 flamingos nest in a friend’s yard overnight. Within 24 hours, BVCS volunteers will remove them. As with all donations to BVCS, funds raised from this event will provide direct services to BVCS clients.
Miranda, 268-3068, email@example.com
2nd Annual - Henderson Elementary Street Fair
5:30 - 8:30 PM
801 Matous Dr., Bryan, TX 77802
Community wide event to fund student educational projects and activities. We hope you and your family will join us for an evening of games, bouncers, food, Holiday Shopping at our unique vendor booths, silent auction of items donated by students as well as Lowe's and Grand Station Entertainment, petting zoo, and much more. Please join us for this fun, family & community friendly event!
Henderson Elementary School 979-209-1560
Bowl For Kids'Sake!
10 AM - 12 PM
Grand Station Entertainment
Big Brothers Big Sisters fundraiser supporting children in the Brazos Valley. Whether you bowl, sponsor, or donate, there are many ways to support! For more information contact Amber or register your team at http://bfks.kintera.org/brazos We hope to see you at the bowling alley!
Amber (979) 676-3189 firstname.lastname@example.org
College Station Noons Lions Club Annual Christmas Tree Sale
Monday - Friday 5 PM - 9 PM, Saturday & Sunday 10 AM - 9 PM
2605 S. Texas Ave in College Station
Across King Cole from the College Station Police Station
WHO: College Station Noon Lions Club Annual Christmas Tree Sale
WHAT: Frasier Firs from North Carolina 4’ – 8’ $35.00 - $65.00
WHEN: Begins Friday, November 23 - 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
continues Monday – Fridays 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Saturday & Sundays 10:00 PM - 9:00 PM
WHERE: 2605 S. Texas Ave. in College Station
Across King Cole from the CS Police Station.
To raise money for Lions’ and local charities, Lions pay for eye exams and eyeglasses for local residents in need and sponsor the “I Love America” Fourth of July Celebration.
Bush School Trivia Night Fundraiser
Murphy's Law in Downtown Bryan
Join the Bush School community in a Trivia Night fundraiser to build a Habitat for Humanity home in honor of President Bush! The $10 ticket gets you in the game, as well as appetizers, desserts, and a chance for prizes! Have fun while supporting a great cause!
Calen Caple, 636-675-0499, email@example.com
HOSPICE AUXILIARY of BRAZOS VALLEY HOLIDAY SHOPPING BUS TRIP TO AUSTIN JUNIOR LEAGUE CHRISTMAS AFFAIR MARKET
8 AM - 5 PM
Bus Pick-Up & Drop Off @ PENNY’S – NW corner of Post Oak Mall
HOSPICE AUXILIARY of BRAZOS VALLEY, Inc.
HOLIDAY SHOPPING BUS TRIP
~AUSTIN JUNIOR LEAGUE MARKET~
"A CHRISTMAS AFFAIR"
– Fri., Nov. 16, 2012, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Cost $60: Includes Travel, Snacks & Admission
RSVP: NOV. 9, 2012
Bus Pick-Up & Drop Off @ PENNY’S – NW corner of Post Oak Mall
Come and enjoy a great day of shopping and fun with friends!
In AUSTIN, the bus will drop you off at the door on arrival - and pick you up at the door on departure.
All proceeds benefit Hospice Brazos Valley(HBV), the only non-profit hospice in our community.
COMMUNITY IS INVITED!!!
Plus, the bus will have a large area to store all of your purchases.
(No strollers or carts allowed)
CONTACT: Lou Anne Workman (979)690-0043 / firstname.lastname@example.org
WRITE your RSVP check to:
MAIL TO: Lou Anne Workman,
4719 Stonebriar Ct.,
CS, TX 77845
COMMUNITY IS INVITED!!!!
Hospice Auxiliary of Brazos Valley is a non-profit organization benefiting Hospice Brazos Valley (HBV). Its primary mission is to provide financial support, promote community awareness of the Hospice mission and provide fellowship and educational programs for our members. New members are always welcome. Annual membership dues are $25 - Active Members and $35 – Friends. For more information, please contact Betty Aycock (979) 776-2392 / email@example.com , Helen Cluck (979)693-2241 / firstname.lastname@example.org, and/or Felicita Longnecker, (979)690-0553 / email@example.com.
Thank you for your continued support!
Lou Anne Workman (979)690-0043 / firstname.lastname@example.org
HOSPICE AUXILIARY of BRAZOS VALLEY "PLAY A HAND FOR HOSPICE (HBV)"
10 AM - 4 PM
MIRAMOUNT COUNTRY CLUB, 1 MIRAMOUNT BLVD. (BRYAN)
Hospice Auxiliary of Brazos Valley, Inc.
“Play A Hand for Hospice(HBV)”
Wednesday,January 23, 2013,10 am - 4 pm
@ Miramount Country Club
1 Miramount Blvd.
COST: $60 per person - Includes Lunch, Coffee, Tea and Dessert
Plus….Entertainment & Door Prizes!
ALL PROCEEDS benefit Hospice Brazos Valley (HBV)
RSVP Required: January 15, 2013
Enjoy Coffee, Friendship, Games & Lunch, More Games
Bridge, Canasta, Dominoes, Train, 42, Poker, Rummy, etc...
For bridge be sure to bring a partner.
Bring your friends and your own equipment.
COMMUNITY IS INVITED!!!!
For more information and/or to RSVP, please contact:
Judy Nash (979)777-5244 / email@example.com
Write your RSVP CHECKS TO:
HOSPICE AUXILIARY OF BRAZOS VALLEY
MAIL TO: Judy Nash
4902 Hogan Alley,
College Station, TX. 77845
Hospice Auxiliary of Brazos Valley, Inc. is a non-profit organization benefiting Hospice Brazos Valley (HBV). Its primary mission is to provide financial support, promote community awareness of the Hospice mission and provide fellowship and educational programs for our members.
New members are always welcome. Annual membership dues are $25 - Active Members and $35 – Friends. For more information, please contact Betty Aycock (979) 776-2392 / firstname.lastname@example.org , Helen Cluck (979)693-2241 / email@example.com, and/or Felicita Longnecker, (979)690-0553 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT
Judy Nash(979)777-5244 / email@example.com
Shrine Hospital Fundraiser
9 AM - 3 PM
Kroger's Rock Prairie; Kroger's Booneviille Rd;; Sam's Club; Wal-Mart SuperCenter, Briarcrest
Annual Fund Raiser
Forrest C. Wood, Jr.
1st Vice President
Brazos Valley Shrine Club
College Station High School Lady Cougars DIG PINK Night!
College Station High School Gymnasium
Dig Pink Night - fundraising event for Breast Cancer Awareness
Stephanie Cone: Head Volleyball Coach at CSHS
4 - 8 PM
Benjamin Knox Galleries
405 University Dr East
College Station, TX 77840
Spaghetti Dinner to benefit Computer Training Access Inc.
Dinner on the Fly, Let us Cook for you!
Spaghetti Dinner Night to Support your Local Non-Profit for Education
Dine-in with Live Music
Tickets: $10 Early Sales/ $12 at Door
To get tickets online: http://ctaspaghettidinner-eventful.eventbrite.com
Homemade Spaghetti with Meat Sauce (Randy's Homemade Meatballs will be $1 Each) Salad, Garlic Bread, Homemade Desserts (get there early you get a choice)
If you can not attend please support us by donating to our cause every dollar counts towards students education.
RHS Hamburger/Pull Pork Dinner
Merrill Green Stadium Parking Lot
Rudder High School Spirit Team fundraiser.
Painting with a Purpose
6 - 8 PM
1643 Texas Avenue South, College Station, TX 77840
Fundraising event--Join us as we learn to paint together! All materials are included in the $35 price. Two hours of painting, fun and food (provided by BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse, Blue Baker and Cafe Eccell), and you get to take home a masterpiece!
Trudy Six, 979-845-9251
God's Little Creatures Rescue & Genghi's Grill
5 - 9 PM
700 University Dr E
College Station, TX
Genghi's Grill will donate 15% of the evenings proceeds to God's Little Creatures Rescue, a non-profit, no-kill canine rescue located in Bryan, Texas.
For God's Little Creatures to receive its percentage, please tell the cashier that you want your payment to be donated.
Thank you, and God bless you for your compassion and generosity for our homeless dogs!
Spirit Night for College Station Middle School
5 - 8 PM
McDonald's, 4440 Hwy 6 South at Tower Point
20% of all sales between 5pm to 8pm on October 4 will go to College Station Middle School and 100% of tips.
Nora Rabe, Local Store Marketing Coordinator for McDonald's, 979-255-3391 or Tower Point McDonald's 979-690-2193.
McTeacher Night for Crockett Elementary
5 - 8 PM
McDonald's, 835 Villa Maria, Bryan
20% of all sales from 5pm to 8pm and 100% of all tips will go to Crockett Elementary. This is a great way to help support local schools.
Nora Rabe, Local Store Marketing Coordinator, 979-255-3391
Franklin High School Class of 2013 Project Graduation Golf & Bunco Tournament
Tee Time: 8 AM, Second Round: Noon, Bunco: 9 AM
Oak Grove Country Club, Franklin, Tx.
This is Golf & Bunco Tournament & Fundraiser to benefit FHS Class of 2013 Project Graduation. There will also be a Silent Auction. Entries for the Golf Tournament are $70 per individual and $280 per team. The fees include Green Fees, Golf Cart, Lunch & a Goody Bag. Entries for the Bunco Tournament include Snacks, Drinks & Door Prizes. Our Sponsor Options are A) $50 - A sign will be placed on one hole to advertise your business or support of FHS 2013 Project Graduation or B) $330 - Includes tournament signage and entitles sponsor to enter four players in the tournament or C) Donation - Silent Auction & Goody Bag items. A list of sponsors, players and donors will be provided to all tournament players.
Franklin High School Class of 2013 - Project Graduation Celebration
Tiffani McKinney (979) 255-0915 or Tina Cole (979) 575-2906
42 Tournament Fundraiser
November 9 at 6PM and November 10 at 7:30AM
Health Professions Education Building
The Texas A&M Health Science Center Bryan Campus is hosting a
42 Tournament Fundraiser
On Nov 9 & 10, 2012
At the Texas A&M Health Science Center Campus
8447 State Highway 47
Health Professions Education Building
Friday Nov. 9 – 5 Game Round Robin Warm Up Tourney $20 entry fee
Saturday, Nov. 10 – Whoop! Tournament $60 entry fee
For more information please visit medicine.tamhsc.edu/42
Questions? Contact Andrew Robison or Brenda Long at 979-862-3992
Andrew Robison or Brenda Long at 979-862-3992
HSA Car Wash
10 AM - 3 PM
Firestone on Texas Avenue
We are doing a fundraiser to help raise money for a local orphanage here in college station/bryan. Come out and support us along with getting your car washed!
********************** CARWASH *******************
Donations will be accepted and 20% of our proceeds will be donated to Stillcreek Boy's Ranch
Since 1988, Still Creek Ranch has served children and families either in residence or through outreach services. We are located 15 miles from Bryan, Texas on 275 acres of ranch land. We accept children from all over Texas and around the world. Twenty-six children live in cottages at our two facilities: Still Creek Boys Ranch and Still Creek Girls Ranch. The boys and girls ages 8-18 grow up in a Christ-centered, structured environment. They also enjoy a private Christian education and are involved in a variety of vocational and spiritual extra-curricular activities. We give children a hope and a future.
Come out to support HSA!
Longoria Boxing Club Fundraiser
8 PM - 12 AM
Silverado Rodeo 3600 Sandy Point Road
Help support our local youth. Longoria Boxing Club is committed to building champions inside and outside the ring.
Tickets are $10
Performing will be DJ Carlitos, Mariachi Anillos De Oro and hip Hop artist Shaun Noize Featuring Mo Wattz
Coach Manuel Longoria
HOSPICE AUXILIARY of BRAZOS VALLEY (FUNDRAISER )" 22nd Annual Holiday Wreath & Door Charm Sale" (October 1 - Nov. 5, 2012)
Hospice Brazos Valley (HBV) 502 W. 26th Street, Bryan, TX
HOSPICE AUXILIARY of BRAZOS VALLEY (FUNDRAISER) "22nd ANNUAL HOLIDAY WREATH SALE" OCTOBER 1 – NOV. 5, 2012
WHO: Hospice Auxiliary of Brazos Valley - a non-profit organization benefiting Hospice Brazos Valley (HBV)
WHAT: FUNDRAISER "22nd ANNUAL HOLIDAY WREATH & DOOR CHARM SALE"
The 22 inch beautiful wreaths and 30 inch door charms are handcrafted from fresh, fragrant evergreen in Oregon. Wreaths and door charms are decorated with a red velvet bow and pine cones. A perfect gift for your family, friends and clients!!
COST: Wreaths-$30 / Door Charms-$25
ALL PROCEEDS benefit Hospice Brazos Valley (HBV)
WHEN: Sale begins OCTOBER 1 through NOV. 5, 2012
For details, please contact:
Maxine Rooney (Wreath Chairman)
ALL PROCEEDS benefit Hospice Brazos Valley (HBV) (Non-Profit Organization)
FREE DELIVERY within city limits. Those living outside city limits may pick up their orders at:
Hospice Brazos Valley, 502 W. 26th Street, Bryan, TX and/or designated site (TBA)
(Volunteers will deliver wreaths and/or door charms during the week after Thanksgiving.
SHIPPED FROM OREGON: For Extra $15 you may have wreaths/door charms shipped to friends or family.
Mail your order forms and checks to:
Hospice Auxiliary, P.O. Box 9756 , College Station, TX. 77842
Order forms can also be found at the Hospice Brazos Valley (HBV) website:
(NOTE: The Farm Patch, Mark Scarmardo will be the source for quality wreaths and charms.)
Hospice Auxiliary of Brazos Valley is a non-profit organization benefiting Hospice Brazos Valley (HBV). Its primary mission is to provide financial support, promote community awareness of the Hospice mission and provide fellowship and educational programs for our members. Coomunity and new members are always welcome to attend meetings and events.
Hospice Auxiliary annual membership dues are:
Active Members ($25) and Friends ($35).
For more information, please contact Betty Aycock (979) 776-2392 / firstname.lastname@example.org or Helen Cluck (979)693-2241/ email@example.com.
Hospice Auxiliary thanks you for your continued support.
Respectfully submitted by Felicita Longnecker
Maxine Rooney (979)589-2096 / HBV Office (979)821-2266
Bryan High Shy-Anne Chicken Dinner
4:30 - 7 PM
Bryan High Silver caferteria
The annual Shy-Anne drill team CHICKEN DINNER. A fundraiser for the drill team. Our Dads do the cooking and moms serve the meal
Drive through or Dine in.
Half a BBQ chicken, potatoe salad, beans, pickles, onions and bread
Tickets are $9.00 May be purchased from any Shy-Anne
BHS Viking Band Car Wash
8 AM - 4 PM
2102 S Texas Ave, Bryan, TX 77802
The Bryan Highschool Viking Band Leadership is having a car wash for donations. The money from donations will go toward the band and the fine arts of Bryan Highschool for this next school year!
Zachary Thornburg (979) 676-2473
Brazos Valley Symphony's Golf Tournament Fundraiser
Pebble Creek Country Club
First Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser
Hosted by Pebble Creek Country Club
The 18-hole Championship golf course, designed for both challenge and enjoyment by nationally recognized golf course architect Ken Dye, brings out the best in players of all skill levels, while leaving the best of nature in play.
Mr. Dye’s expertise and artistry have produced a series of 18 unique holes, each with its own natural features. Lakes, creeks and woodlands provide a beautiful backdrop and blend with the course design to produce a unique golf experience in the Brazos Valley.
Community Chest Sponsorships Available
Prizes! Prizes! Prizes!
Registration 8 AM - Shotgun Start 10 AM
For more information visit our website at: www.bvso.org
Calvert 12th Annual Victorian Tea and Gala and Vintage Parade
Parade 11 AM, Gala 7 PM
Come join us for the 12th Annual Calvert Victorian Garden Tea and Gala fundraiser!
This fun and festive weekend starts on Saturday at 11:00 am with our first-ever Vintage Parade. Do you have an antique or vintage conveyance (car, tractor, wagon, horse, foot)? Then we want YOU to come be a part of our Vintage Parade! Even if you can’t be a participant in the parade, you won’t want to miss this dazzling spectacle. We will have vintage conveyances of all kinds, including cars, tractors, trucks, wagons, horses, mules and, of course, on foot! We are delighted to announce that the Texas Ladies Aside will be participating in the parade this year. The Texas Ladies Aside, the Official Equestrian Drill Team of Texas, is a unique group of women who for the last 25 years, ride only Peruvian horses and they ride them in sidesaddle. The Texas Ladies Aside have performed in front of audiences exhibiting the grace and elegance of sidesaddle riding and the spirit and animation of our laterally gaited Peruvian Horses. From as far north as Calgary, Canada, to the National Show in Lima, Peru, to the Rose Bowl Parade in California, and Rodeo Houston, the Texas Ladies Aside have ridden and loved performing for audiences of all ages. Please check out website: texasladiesaside.com for more information. At the end of the parade, the participants will be able to park around the block belonging to the Chamber so we can get a good luck at them and also watch the Texas Ladies Aside perform. What a treat!
After the parade, you will have the afternoon free to browse our wonderful shops and eat in one of our great restaurants.
Saturday evening, step back into the past with at our glamorous Gala, 7:00 – 10:30 pm – Historic Virginia at Virginia Field Park Pavilion with Victorian era culinary delights, dancing and live music by the delightful Celtaire String Band (www.CeltaireStringBand.biz). Don’t know how to dance? No problem! There will be simple dance instructions provided with the songs. Participate in the colorful Costume Contest with prizes awarded. You will rediscover the fun of “dressing up”! Victorian attire is not required but definitely encouraged. This is a formal event so you will want to be sure to dress accordingly regardless of the era! Be sure to bring your camera because you will want to take pictures of the gorgeous gowns and hats.
Sunday Morning 11:00 am — Hayride Tour — See highlights of Calvert’s 47-block historic district (third largest in Texas) listed on the National Historic Registry. A mix of cotton plantation owners, Western-moving entrepreneurs, and railroad workers gave Calvert a wonderfully varied architectural history. You will be amazed!
Afternoon Tea – 2:30 – 4:00 pm – Sumptuous afternoon tea featuring home-baked sweet and savory delicacies offered by a staff of Victorian servers on the lawn of the historic Barton-Satterwhite home. Enjoy live chamber music, try your hand at a game of English croquet on the lawn and enter our tea hat contest (Red Hatters welcome!) at the Barton-Satterwhite Home (1909-1910). We will have a few select vendors for your shopping pleasure. After tea tour the charming restored cottage located on the property. You will want to wear your best tea finery!
Cost of the Gala is $65 and the Tea is $35. Take advantage of a $10.00 savings when you attend both events. You may download your reservation form from www.CalvertTx.com and send the completed form along with your payment to Calvert Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 132, Calvert, TX 77837.
If you have questions or want more information, visit our Chamber website, www.CalvertTx.com, our event website, www.victoriancalvert.com, or feel free to phone (979)314-9155. If we don’t answer right away please do leave a message so we can get back to you as quickly as possible.
Please join us for a weekend to remember!!!
Stay in one of Calvert’s magnificent historic bed and breakfasts for the complete Victorian experience. Rooms are very limited so early reservations are strongly suggested.
Pin Oak B&B — 979-364-2935, 888-367-8096, www.pinoakbb.com
Parish House – 979-574-5603, www.parishbb.com
Annie Mae’s – 979-219-9235, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hammond House – 979-364-2201, www.thehammondhouse.com
If rooms are sold out, please contact VictorianCalvert@gmail.com or call (979)314-9155 for other accommodation options.
Annual White Linen Affair
8 - 9 PM
VFW Hall, 4427 Harvey Mitchell Parkway (FM 2818)
The Bethune Woman's Club is hosting its Annual WHITE LINEN AFFAIR. This is a fundraiser benefitting the NORTH BRYAN COMMUNITY CENTER!
Call any club member for tickets or pick them up at Lurl's Hair Salon on MLK Street, and the North Bryan Community Center.
RESERVED tables for 10 are available for any group such as clubs, organizations, family reunions, mini class reunions, etc. for only $145.00 per table. Single tickets are $15.00 and $25.00 per couple.
Join us for fun, food, and dancing to a live band while helping us help the kids at the NBCC.
Thanks in advance for your support!
For more information or for table rental contact Searcy Toliver at 979-822-7905 or Sylvia Green at 979-779-1903.
Friends & Family of James McDowell Benefit
Noon - 11:00 PM
Kurten Community Center
Fundraiser for James McDowell, a long time resident and former Marine from Bryan/College Station that has been diagnosed with auto-immune hepatitis and can no longer work.
Funds will be used to paying mounting medical bills. There will be BBQ plates for sale, a live auction, raffle, bake sale, handmade jewelry sale, a bouncy house for the kids, horseshoe tournament and a dance starting at 7:00pm
Delta Gamma to present $100,000 check for Lectureship in Values and Ethics
The Delta Gamma Chapter House in College Station
College Station, TX- Delta Gamma Foundation will present a $100,000 check to the Texas A&M Foundation to establish the Delta Gamma Foundation Lectureship in Values and Ethics at Texas A&M University. The event is scheduled for Monday May 3, 2010 at 5:30 p.m. at the Delta Gamma Chapter House in College Station.
The Delta Gamma Foundation is contributing $50,000 from the Foundation funds to match the $50,000 that has been raised by the local Delta Gamma chapter. The $100,000 gift establishes the Delta Gamma Foundation Lectureship in Values and Ethics at Texas A&M University. This endowment will provide funds in perpetuity to host speakers in an event that will be open to the public. Some of the speakers who have been invited to speak at past Delta Gamma lectureships across the country are Queen Noor, Barbara Bush, Madeline Albright, Maya Angelou, President Gerald Ford, Colin Powell and Jeff Probst just to name a few.
Delta Gamma Lectureships in Values and Ethics were established in 1992 when Dr. Paul Martin and his wife, Dotty, Eta Chapter of Delta Gamma at Akron University, contributed three $50,000 grants to the Foundation in recognition of their 50th wedding anniversary. The Martins committed to providing additional funds for a total of fourteen lectureships. There are currently thirteen lectureships across the country and the lectureship at Texas A&M University will be the fourteenth and final one from their gift.
For more information on this event or contributing to the Division of Student Affairs at Texas A&M University, please contact Cindy Brown Munson in the Student Affairs Development Office at (979) 458-1689.