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Project Graduation Golf Tournament an “Overwhelming Success”
Wednesday, March 26, 2014 • Posted March 28, 2014

The BHS Class of 2014 would like to express thanks to everyone who made this year’s Project Graduation Golf Tournament an overwhelming success.

We had 89 golfers participate and over 60 sponsors of prizes, food, donations, and other support.

Seniors and parents organized this fun community gathering, which helps to fund a safe, all night event for the graduating class.

Our heartfelt appreciation goes out to the following that helped to make this possible.

2014 Sponsor List

Benson Body and Paint

Barnett Family Chiropractic

Black Topper Technology

Blanco Bowling Alley

Blanco County News

Blanco Dental Clinic

Blanco Farm Bureau

Blanco Heating & Cooling

Blanco National Bank

Blanco Regional Clinic

Blanco Vet Clinic

Buggy Barn

CGC General Contractors

Chuck Nash Auto Group

Countywide Title

Cox Paving

Crofts Funeral Home

Dirt Works

Dairy Queen

El Charro Restaurant

Express Automotive Service

Garrison Brothers Distillery

Git R Dug

Grape Creek Vineyards

HbarD, Rockin CJ, McCord Engineering

Hill Country Liquor

Jim Harris Attorney

Josh and Karen Cox

Klepac Greenhouses, Inc.

Lone Star Capital Bank

Lowe's

Lowe's Ace Hardware

Malone Diesel & Automotive

Miller Lite

Napa Auto Parts

Oak Creek Café

Old 300 BBQ

Papa Joey's Pizzeria

Peterson Tire

Rainbird Gallery

Red Bud Café

Remax Genesis

Rivlary Screen Printing & Graphics

Ruiz Construction

SAC Leagacy Site Work

Security State Bank

Sears Hometown Store Blanco

Seymours Oil Change

Sidco Enterprise

Sonic of Blanco

Sonic of Seguin

Strickland Drugs

Stripes

Sullivan Street Caterers

Techline, Inc.

Texas Hills Vineyard, Inc.

The Griffin Girls

Trinity Lutheran Church

Turner Roofing Company LTD

Vaaler Creek Golf Club

Vallone Real Estate II

William Chris Vineyards

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