On the morning of Wednesday, April 21, approximately 60 Blanco County citizens braved the wind on Whittington’s Mountain to join the Board of Directors of the Pedernales Soil and Water Conservation District for the 26th Annual Soil Stewardship Breakfast.
Everyone was treated to campfire coffee, juice, donuts and breakfast tacos prepared by the directors themselves.
Reverend Skip Brasher of New Hope Lutheran Church in Blanco presented an inspirational message and even treated attendees to a couple of songs.
Blanco HS Principal Dustin Barton accepted the Blanco County Conservation Teacher of the Year award on behalf of Jason Marek, Blanco HS Ag teacher.
For all who attended, it was a memorable time to fellowship with others and reflect on the responsibility we have to be good stewards of all that is entrusted to us.