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The Mo-Ranch Polar Bear Challenge
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Texas Hill Country has been named as the beneficiary of the 25th Annual Polar Bear Challenge at Mo-Ranch
For each $25 donation benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Texas Hill Country, you can take a ride on a 35-foot high, 116-foot long water slide straight into the icy waters of the Guadalupe River!
Click here for more information on the Mo-Ranch and the Polar Bear Challenge.
Click here to make a $25 donation and register for the event.
If you would like to register the old-fashioned way, click here to download a registration form that you can turn in to Mo-Ranch.
- Free Mo-Ranch polar bear T-shirt for all participants registered by 12/15/2017
- Sliders must raise pledges in advance or pay a minimum of $25 contribution to the non-profit
- Live music by Someone Like You during registration on New Year’s Day from 12- 1 p.m.
- The event will begin on New Year’s Day at 1 p.m.
- The event is open to the public for spectators to come and enjoy free food, beverages, live music, festivities & polar bear fun
- Certified lifeguard on duty
January 1, 2018
2229 FM 1340, Hunt, TX 78024
Questions? Please contact Zoe Van Dyke
Please contact Zoe for more info: (830) 257-2447
Thanks to all our Sponsors!
Big Brothers Big Sisters Welcomes Our New Kerrville Staff
Pictured left to right: Zoe Van Dyke, Director of External Relations;
David McGuff, Director of Programs and Brianna Jones, Customer Relations Specialist
Zoe Van Dyke graduated cum laude from The College of
Wooster, in Wooster, Ohio, with a B.A. in Art History and Women's, Gender, and
Sexuality Studies. She has two M.A. degrees, one from McCormick Theological
Seminary (Chicago, IL) in Theological Studies, and the other from Indiana
University (Bloomington, IN) in Art History. Zoe is the Director of External
Relations at the Kerrville Branch, and she began working with BBBS in August of
David McGuff has lived in Kerrville for over 20
years, graduating from Tivy high school before getting his BA in Communication
Studies at Schreiner University. David has been involved with the Theatre Arts
community in Kerrville, volunteering at both the Point Theatre and Cailloux
Theatre as well as founding Yellow Lab Productions. David has worked as
the Performing Arts Coordinator at the Salvation Army's Kroc Center and as a
High School English Teacher. He will be the Director of Programs at the
Kerrville branch of Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas.
Brianna Jones graduated
from Tivy High School in 2015. She was in the Air Force JROTC all four years
and during that time she accumulated 3,000+ community service hours and
finished with the rank of Cadet Major. She is currently attending Schreiner
University to earn a B.A. in Business Information Systems. Brianna has
been with BBBS as a Little Sister since January 2010, and she is still matched
with her Big Sister, Mo Poorman. Brianna is the Customer Relations Specialist,
a position which she began in May of 2016.
Little Brother Andrew's first trip to Austin
Big Brother John takes him to a UT basketball game, In-N-Out Burger and the Capitol.
Big Brothers Big Sisters moves into their new office!
Grand Opening was Friday, December 4, 2015!
What we've been up to!
In July Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Texas Hill Country were ushers at the
Point Theater's production of "James and the Giant Peach." A thoroughly
Our annual "Little Moments Big Magic"
Luncheon will be held September 29th, 2015 from 12:00 - 1:00 pm at the YO Ranch Hotel
and Conference Center. Please contact Debra for more information (830) 257-2447 | email@example.com
First Annual Haunted Home Run Derby Saturday,
October 24th from 1pm-5pm at the Kerrville Little League Field.
2015 Bowl for Kids' Sake
Bowl For Kids Sake was a
great success and everyone had a great time! We raised $6820. Thank you to our
sponsors: Collum, Wofford and Assoc., James Avery Jewelry, Heritage
Investments, Caroline Randall, Pioneer Bank Texas, Kerrville Daily Times,
Comanche Trace, HEB, The Law Office of Robert J. Parmley, Sunbelt Securities
and Joe W. Pilkenton.
Since the bowling alley in Kerrville is closing at the end of this month, that
may have been our last Bowl For Kids Sake. It was a nice note to go out on but
we have something big planned for the fall to hopefully take its place. Stay
tuned for more information!
2015 Polar Bear Plunge
A special thanks to the 2015 Polar Bear Plunge, which took place at the Mo-Ranch in Mountain Home Texas. This year's event raised $1,235.00 for the United Way of Kerr County.
A special thanks to all who helped make last year's Bowl for Kids' Sake such a huge success.
Contact Zoe or David for more information
(830) 257-2447 | firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com
1127 E. Main St.
Kerrville, TX 78028