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Hill Country Cattle Women To Host Luncheon
Wednesday, April 1, 2009 • Posted March 31, 2009

The Hill Country CattleWomen represent 14 counties: Bandera, Blanco, Edwards, Gillespie, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Llano, Mason, McCulloch, Menard, Real, Northern Bexar and San Saba. They will hold their 2009 Style Show and Luncheon on Tuesday, April 21st at Inn of the Hills Resort and Conference Center in Kerrville, Texas. Tickets are $25.00 for individuals and the public is invited. Please contact Mary Jane Morrison at (830) 249-0855 for tickets or information.

The Champagne Cowboys are stocked up and ready to go... a Raffle, Silent Auction and Beverly Baker from Heart of the Heart Ranch in Fredonia, has invited back the fun, handsome and loquacious Jeff Owen, Auctioneer, for this years Live Auction... a managed hunt on a Hill Country Ranch for Black Buck being one of the auction items.

The proceeds from this annual fundraiser go to our Scholarship Fund and are awarded to a college level Junior or above, who maintain a 3.0 GPA. 2008 Scholarships were awarded to: Kelly Haile of Sisterdale, Carrie Koennecke of Comfort, Emily Bibb, Kegan Crouch and Tana Dockal of Mason, Kellie Edwards, Natalie Sanders, Davis Willman, Denae Henderson and Tiffany Kaspar of Llano, Haley Adam of Boerne, Crystal Funderburg of Kerrville, Allison Lux of Kendalia and Curt McKneely of Cherokee.

Applications for the 2009 Scholarships can be obtained by contactiing Scholarship Chair Pansy Martyn at (830) 669-2809 or pmartyn@hctc.net. Scholarship recipients will be announced in June.

Come see the very latest in Summer fashions from area boutiques, enjoy a bountiful luncheon featuring beef (of course!), and have lots of fun starting at 10:00am bidding and visiting, with the Champagne Cowboys kicking into gear at 10:30am. Hope you’ll join us!

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