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Boys and Girls Country News Volume 38, Issue 3, Summer 2009

Inside... Page 2 Message from the Chair of the Board: Meet Lou Palma, Our New Executive Director! You're Invited to Share A Vision for Children Page 3 Class of 2009 Takes Center Stage Page 4 The Spring Festival That Almost Was! Page 5 Thanks for Being a Part of Lemonade Day! Easter Around the World Pages 6-7 Memorials and Honorariums Page 8 Heritage Award Dinner: Mark Your Calendar! Going Shopping? Take Us With You! Wishes You Can Help Us Fulfill

18806 Roberts Road Hockley, Texas 77447 (281) 351-4976 Fax: (281) 351-4978

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How Do You Know When It's Summer? One swallow does not a summer make...but how about a whole nestful? We watched our barn swallows build a nest and raise their young, just outside the Education Lab...and there are plenty of other signs that the summer is here!

Clockwise from right: Stephanie, Serriah, Tiffany, and Frank dress as book characters for our summer book fair... Caleb, Ethan, Harley, Kaleigh, Kamry, Meadow, Michael, Michelle, and Luke play games in the shade of the pavilion... Apprentice Stephen helps to maintain the grounds... ...and Lyndon, Jean Paul, Jacob, Taylor, Sherry, and Meadow take a dip in the pool!

Message from the Chair of the Board Boys and Girls Country is beginning a new chapter in its history. After over 13 years as Executive Director, Shirley Wright has departed. She leaves a legacy that is perhaps best summed up by the plaque presented to her by the Board of Directors that read: “The great ones define their calling and set the standard for those who follow. You have done that for us and we will be forever grateful.” So, while children will miss her, and staff will miss her, and the Board and all the friends of Boys and Girls Country will miss her – we are determined not to fail in meeting the standards she has set for us. So we must simply pause to wish Shirley God’s blessing and our encouragement as she goes off to make the world a better place in another place.

Mike Gatewood Chair of the Board

Elaine Petranek, our outstanding Director of Development for the last 11 years, agreed, at the request of the Board, to step in as Interim Director. Elaine was just the right person to fill this role. She is loved by our kids. She has the support and loyalty of an outstanding administrative staff. She has the respect of our amazing group of dedicated houseparents. And, she has played an important role in helping Shirley set those standards. Elaine has seen us seamlessly through the last two months of transition and we owe her a tremendous debt of gratitude.

We have great news in the announcement that Mr. Lou Palma has joined us as Executive Director of Boys and Girls Country. Lou – known to the kids as “Mr. Lou” – has over 30 years experience in residential care. He has visited our campus – twice – and he attended our Awards Banquet. He was blown away by our kids and our highly dedicated and professional staff. He knows we have an amazing program, and calls us a “gem.” Lou began his career 35 years ago at Father Flanagan’s Boys Home and spent 24 years there, where he served in every role from direct service delivery to Program Director, Regional Director, and Director of Admissions. He comes to us most recently from Las Vegas, Nevada where he has worked as the Manager of Child Welfare Services for the Clark County Department of Family Services. Lou has a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Work from the University of Nebraska and a master's degree in Human Development and Family Life from the University of Kansas. We ask all of our great volunteers and supporters to join the Board and the staff in welcoming Lou to Boys and Girls Country, and to help and support Lou as he works, not just to maintain our standard, but to set the bar even higher. I thank all of you, who do so much for our kids,

Introducing Lou Palma, our new Executive Director!

Mike Gatewood Chair of the Board

A Vision for Children You’re invited to take a tour of our Home and learn more about the children we serve – and how your support helps us to raise them. Bring only an open heart and a friend. We’d like to host at least ten people at each of our upcoming sessions:

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Saturday, September 12 Saturday, October 10 Saturday, November 7 10:00-11:00 am.

Everyone is welcome!

You do not need to RSVP, but if you would like for us to know you’re coming, please visit our website at and click on "Register Now". You can also find future Vision for Children dates on the site under “Events”.

Congratulations, Class of 2009! All the world is a stage for the Class of 2009! We are proud of our graduating seniors...who can now take a bow for their achievements. We are grateful to you, our friends in the community who have been the supporting cast, the faithful patrons of this great stage, and the avid theatergoers who sat in the front row to watch the story unfold. In this curtain call, we honor these leading men before we send them on to the next stage in their lives. Break a leg, graduates!





Andrew Karl Crowe

George Albert Fraser V

People often overestimate what they aren’t and underestimate what they are. Andrew is an inspiring example of determination, faith, and hard work. He set his life in motion along an upward track, and encourages others to do the same. His dedication earned him a place on the Honor Roll, along with scholarships from the Bill Edwards Scholarship Fund and the Orphan Foundation of America. He received the Gerry Lyon Memorial Award for his grateful heart and positive attitude. Skilled in mechanics, Andrew plans to earn his Associate's degree in Aeronautical Maintenance Technology from Texas State Technical College before earning his bachelor's degree.


It is what it is.

George is generous in sharing everything from his talents and personality to any good fortune that comes his way. He loves to make people laugh, and has a great sense of humor...and his acting abilities landed him a role in Waller High School's major musical production. George cares deeply for those around him, and loves to share everything he receives. Bold and confident, he can set his mind to something and pursue it with great determination. George has planned to attend Lone Star College to complete his basic requirements before transferring to Sam Houston State University to major in Criminal Justice.


1998 Dean Dustin 1998 Guerra

There are people who make things happen, those who watch what happens, and those who wonder what happened. Dean gives fully of himself, on stage and off stage. His theatre talent earned him the title of International Honor Thespian, as well as a place in HYPE (Houston Young Playwrights Exchange) through Alley Theatre, and Heifer International’s Theatre Project. An Honor Roll student, he served as an officer in the Waller High School Theater Group and the Texas Association of Future Educators. Dean is gracious, giving, and always faithful to his values and the people he loves. He earned a full scholarship to Wake Forest University, where he will major in Theatre, with a double focus in acting and directing.

2001 Piero Antonio Pretto III

I consider all things lost compared to the priceless gain of knowing Christ. -Philippians 3:8 Piero has taken a leading role in his own life and on our campus. His determination and efforts in school and his personal life paid off as his grades soared, and his path toward leadership and service unfolded. He served as chair of the Normative Leadership Council, and was elected Resident of the Year by his peers. Piero earned scholarships from the Bill Edwards Scholarship Fund, Cy-Fair Federal Credit Union, and the Orphan Foundation of America. He plans to attend Stephen F. Austin State University to major in Communications, with a minor in Religious Studies. Page 3

Spring Festival '09: Rain and Shine The 2009 Spring Festival, originally scheduled for May 2nd, was canceled after a heavy rainstorm that flooded many areas of town and left our fields too soggy to carry out the festival. There was no way the water would dry up in the week we had, and we could not relocate any part of the festival or reschedule due to the logistics of this huge event... which had been in planning for a year. We know that the foot of water we received would cause our guests' cars -- and shoes -- to sink into the mud. These particularly challenging circumstances forced us to break our commitment to hold the festival, rain or shine. The festival would have raised a significant portion of our budget, and the loss of potential revenues from the day of the event put even more of a damper on an already financially difficult year...but there was a silver lining as friends stepped forward to make up for the revenues we lost by cancelling. There was rain, but there was shine...and we are grateful to all of you who made it possible. Right: After the rain We are still a little short of our goal. If you would like to help, please consider making a gift by visiting us online at and clicking on "Donate Now".

Thank You to Our Spring Festival 2009 Underwriters Presenting Sponsors Margaret & Lee Matherne

HTK Consultants, Inc. Sustaining Sponsors

Supporting Sponsors

Ryan & Keri DesAutels


Friends Amegy Bank of Texas/Steve Stephens Bryan & Kelly Basham Davis-Lynch A Friend of Boys and Girls Country Grant Thornton Partners/ Michael Bennett, Justin Gannon, & Chris Bell Buddies

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Rodney and NaDean Eads

Trey & Jeannie Able

Jack & Carolyn Little

Bob & Helen Howard

Chuck & Kim Watson

Meadowlark Homes, Inc. Mobil Steel International, Inc./ Leonard A. Bedell Neos Marketing Oceaneering International, Inc. Panhandle Energy

Bristow Group, Inc. Cy-Fair Rotary Club Jim & Mary Alice Daniel Rigo & Sally Flores Gainer Donnelly & Desroches

Kolkhorst & Kolkhorst, C.P.A.'S Methodist Willowbrook Hospital McDermott International, Inc. George O'Neal, III RDC/Cytex Plastics, Inc.

Jim and Arlene Payne Family Foundation J. R. & Susan Sult Julie Todaro Scott & Loraine Wegmann Woodforest National Bank Shipley Do-Nuts Southwest Bolt, LLC Texas Contract Floors, Inc. TransCanada Corporation

When Life Gives You Lemons...

As part of our effort to make up for revenues lost through the Spring Festival cancellation, our children set up a lemonade stand and sold the baked goods that were originally donated for the festival. Thanks to a partnership with Prepared 4 Life, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that prepares youth for life through fun programs that teach life skills and entrepreneurship, our children participated in a city-wide Lemonade Day. They learned how to run a successful business, from planning and finances to marketing and sales. Their efforts raised over $1,000 on Lemonade Day! Thank you to all who joined us, and helped our children to make lemonade out of lemons.

Easter Around the World This past spring, we celebrated cultural diversity, and our children learned about “Easter Around the World� through staff members who have lived in other parts of the world... and shared in a few traditions. Left: And they're off! Right: Joshua participated in the South American tradition of creating Easter artwork on the pavement Below: Ms. Kristi leads the Bunny Hop on the way to the Easter egg hunt

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In Memory Of Received February 1 - May 31, 2009 Tommy Adkins Harold & Rose Jacobson Richard L. Alley James S. Alley, Jr. Raymond Anderson Jimmy & Evva Lowery Alice Applegate Ross & Shirley Anderson Beacon Class – Second Baptist Church Cecil & Shirley Bishop Mr. & Mrs. James Ingram Cal & Millie Reed Oscar Noel Barron Noel & Betty Jones Samantha Jordan Basham Doris O’Reilly Mort Belvin William & Linda Harkness Tom & Jane Liles Marsha Beveridge Jean Robinson Cheri Boehme Mr. & Mrs. H. Wayne Hodge Forrest Borel, Sr. Gary & Kathy Friedel Eunice Boulet Gene & Katie Roark Virginia Brand Doris O’Reilly Larry W. Brautigam A.A., Elroy & Leonard Brautigam David L. Brown Jim & Barb Liebl Michael Bruner Jim & Barb Liebl Sarah Musgrove Burnham Jim & Ruby Bloodworth Barbara Brown & Family Jo Burlingame Tom & Patsy Patterson Mrs. Lenore S. Caffarello Lloyd & Jo Frey Robert Camp Bessie Camp Brian, Gail, Emily & Johanna Weiland Sandy Chambers Ross & Shirley Anderson Mr. & Mrs. James Ingram Pat Childs Albert & Jeanette Pittman Elizabeth Clark Doris O’Reilly Dr. Howard Corley Stan & Sharon Zbylot

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Billye Cowan Albert & Jeanette Pittman George Dent Melody, Jaime, Martha Anne and R.J. Jim Devine Larry & Deborah Devine Tom Drake Dennis & Wilma Butler Raymond Drouet Reed & Janet Wood Betty Dunlap Howard & Sharon Wright Les Dunn Robert Seale Russell Elliott Lillian, Mike & Lisa Koen Patsy Jo Emory A.A. Brautigam Andrew J. Evans, Jr. “Jack” Thomas Battle Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Marsh Judy & Buck Powell Michael Fisk Chuck & Nancy Peterson Bill Flanagan Julia & Charles Ferrell Bruce Flewellen Ross & Shirley Anderson Cal & Millie Reed Bernice Foehr Tom & Patsy Patterson Phillip Fournet Albert & Jeanette Pittman Ryan & Joanne Pittman Sharon Frazier Wayne & Audrey Arnett Jo Frey Arlys W. Bing May & David Litowsky Gene Gardner Aileen Kirkham James Gaston Grace Baptist Church Boys & Girls Country Della Gautreaux Scott & Paige Dunlap James Watson Grice Gay M. Allen Mary Jane Guerra Cecil & Naoma Garrison Carl Halla Don & Belle Dawson Mr. Douglas Hanley Clydean & Kenneth Norris Jerry Hansen Robert Hansen

Nelwyn Hare Mr. & Mrs. H. Wayne Hodge Janette McDonald & family Mr. & Mrs. George W. Mitchell Bill Hawkins Jack & Carolyn Brewer Jean Robinson Felix Hayslip De Lois Hart Homer Head Willie & Orca Willhelm Cully H. Hedge Jim & Margery Ambrose David T. Hedges Ethelyn Rather David Hendricks David Hendricks Henry Holley Tom & Patsy Patterson Lyndall Horn Charlotte McQueen Anton “Popsi” Huble Barbara Brown & family Mary G. Hughes Robert & Janet Fish Rhedah Ingram Joe & Pamela R. Garcia Caroline Jameton Gail Scruggs Gloria Jordan Ruth & Jim Darling Kay Hokanson Joyce Jorgenson Stanley & Sharon Zbylot Otto Kammerer Justin Arnold Brian Cloyes Ray & Emmett Doherty – Heights Crating Company, Inc., Houston Ehrhardt Gentsch Hammer & Steel, Inc. Hose Specialty & Supply Scott, Lori, & Brad Jinnings Jinnings Equipment LLC Ben Johnston MCM Construction Inc. Thomas McMillian Pile Dynamics, Inc. Theresa Rappaport Shannon Rubio Joseph & Irene Stadler Benjamin & Thekla Strickland Robert & Kathy Wenzel Johnny & Liz Willis Christopher Zaby Monica Zimmermann/ Thornton Family

Jiggs Kana Elizabeth Kana Pastor John P. Kelley, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Noel Jones Mrs. Dorothy Korenek Scott & Paige Dunlap Donna La Grone Wayne & Geraldine Allen Donald & Betty Landis JoAnn Seidenstricker Mother of Donald Landis JoAnn Seidenstricker Karlo “Kay” Mae Larsen Hunter Larsen & Tammy Riggle Rusty Linney Jack & Carolyn Brewer Elizabeth Little Betty & Bill Beard Larry Lott Kathy & Brent Toler Mary Marie Martin Melanie & David Gooch Margaret Maxwell James Threadgill Angela Rebecca Langston McMillan Ross & Shirley Anderson Doris O’Reilly Gilles Morin Winston & Shirley Buster Willie & Orca Willhelm Howard & Sharon Wright Ann Murphrey Virginia Crowson Mrs. James Nance Jean Robinson John C. Neal Mary Owrey Linda Nelson Emil & Jo Ann Harris Carlos Palau Dr. & Mrs. Philip L. Leggett Plato James Pappas Mr. & Mrs. Nick Cassimatis Mr. & Mrs. Paul R. House Wil & Martha Stelly Bob & Beth Stephan & Family Mr. & Mrs. George J. Viahakos Mother of Tom Press Jean Robinson Dick Richards Larisa & Larry Zane Brookshire Diane Green Sean Greenwood Diane Koonce SK Foundation Lee & Gladys Sparacino Dr. Nancy K. Zatopek

Richard Stowell Richardson Claudie Crawford Bessie Porter John McLean Robinson Fern Basden Martha Bookman Jack & Carolyn Brewer Lenore Dunwoody Mary Eckhart Margaret Forgan Dennis & Kay Goehring Harper & Pearson Christine Imber Alice Laughlin Bill Laughlin Nancy Laughlin Buffaloe Audrey Moody Ley Ralph McBride Bob & Patti McLean Nick & Susan Nicholson Susan & Antone Peterson Louise Porter Eugenia & Charles Reynolds Matt & Liz Rotan Elmer Samson Martha Singleton Tom Taylor Mary Elizabeth & Margaret Thomas T.A. Robinson, Jr. Jack & Carolyn Brewer Jeremy Roebuck Emil & Jo Ann Harris Camille Salman Tom & Patsy Patterson Claudette Schwab Karen Atchley Samuel Shinkle Albert & Jeanette Pittman Catherine Sizer Mr. & Mrs. David Dale Paul Snow Willie & Orca Willhelm Evelyn Spann Betty & Bill Beard John Francis Sullivan, Jr. Darryl & Christie Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Jim Banfill Pierre & Patricia Beynet Jack & Annis Bowen Jack & Jayne Brandon Lewis E. Brazelton III The Scott Brown Family B.M. & Shirley Burgher Ronald & Carolyn Campbell Trish & Dunbar Chambers Emily & Holcombe Crosswell Sylvie & Gary Crum Linda & Mack Denison

In Memory Of Received February 1 - May 31, 2009 John Francis Sullivan, Jr. (cont'd) Richard & Jeanne Domercq John Eads Michael Earthman Elizabeth Eikenburg Tom & Pris Foster Pat & Leila Gilbert Stephen & Klair Grace Bob & Joan Greer Connie Griffin & Bobby Dowlen Dewuse & Martha Guyton Mr. & Mrs. Tom L. Hail Lisa & Paul Hill Wyatt Hogan Cathy & Art Holland Allan & Alice Horn Debbie & Frank Jones Neil & Carol Kelley Jim & Brenda Kuehne Sherman Lee Abbe Ledbetter, Jr. Marc Longo Joan Barbara & Max Lupuloff Bob & Odette Mace Mr. & Mrs. Dan McClure Susan McDonald – Mohle Adams Patti & Ken McGaw Pat & Coe McGinley

John Francis Sullivan, Jr. (cont'd) Rich & Amy Miller Mr. & Mrs. Bill Morgan Tricia & Bill O’Donnell Dudley & Judy Oldham William & Margaret Owen William & Jeanette Pakalka Grace & Carroll Phillips Paul Pigue Brenda & Mike Pittman Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Pullen Stephen & Galen Reckling Ted & Nancy Reynolds Dick & Kathleen Rogers Ellin Royds Loren Schwartz Naomi Scott & John Bonno Jack & Valera Sheets Hannah Sibiski Babs & Ed Smith Rand & Annette Stephens Annette & George Strake Dorothy & Charles Strauss Hans & Inge Stuehrk Texas Children’s Hospital Staff Betty & Walter Williams Welcome Wilson, Jr.

John Francis Sullivan, Jr. (cont'd) Wilson Scaling Walter Zivley Roman Sykowski Albert & Hazel Tomchesson Bob Tackaberry Tom & Jane Liles Mother of Gayetta Tallas Jean Robinson Clifton Tannahill Matthew Adams Mary Alice Bauer & Family Charles & Linda Burge Betty Farmer Daniel Mr. & Mrs. Romeo Escobedo Lorraine & Glenn Ewan Bradley Govreau Bobbie Harbuck & family Bill & Sandra Hesser Mike & Debi Hugele Mary Lynne Bigby Jones Ruth & Charles Pulido Beverly Sykora Ed & Pat Welbourn Anita Woods Jane Woodward Frances Wynne Jimmy L. Teets Carl L. Day & Juanita

Carol Thomas Tom & Carol Brown Ruby Thornton Harriette Higginbotham Henry Tolley Tom & Patsy Patterson Twila Hugh & Aniela Pitts Vince Vallone George Polk, Jr. Christian Van Dijk Mr. & Mrs. David Dale Leroy E. Ward, Jr. Barbara Brown Gayle Ware Cris & Margie Criswell Jack Watson Doris O’Reilly Robert Weeks Jack & Carolyn Brewer Charlie & Marlene Gill Gordon Wiebe Ross & Shirley Anderson Thomas L. Williamson Charles & Pat Beck Sandy Gipe Mr. & Mrs. Robert Harrell Mr. & Mrs. Ben Kuenemann Mr. & Mrs. Clint Kuenemann Gwen O’Banion Old Mill Lake Women’s Bunko Groups

Thomas L. Williamson (cont'd) Jeri Pearson James & Sharon West Claude Williamson Josephine Williamson Bruce Withers Tom & Jane Liles Correction to Spring 2009 Newsletter: The following friends made gifts in memory of Andrew Jackson "Jack" Evans, Jr.: Mr. & Mrs. William Hammock Theresa Herberger Judy & Mickey Herrmann Grant & Marlene Holland Ron & Becky Howard Miriam Knoebel W.J. & Lynne Lesmeister Alton & Kathryn McClung Kent & Thyra Mize Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Morris Mary & Dick Schneider The Seekers Class – First Baptist Church Lois Slaton Virginia Wallace

Includes gift(s) made to the Boys and Girls Country Endowment Fund

In Honor Of Received February 1 - May 31, 2009 Mr. & Mrs. Charles Austin Judge Gordon Marcum II Chris Alexander Brad Alexander Dennis Alexander Chris Quillen Tanya Fulcher & Andrew Allen – Wedding Wayne & Audrey Arnett Betty Beard – Mother’s Day Emily Beard James Bloodworth, Sr. Susan Bloodworth Nancy Brennan Birthday Tommy Brennan Reg Brockwell – Father’s Day Jennifer Brockwell

Dennison Brown – 75th Birthday Betty Brown Wayne & Michele Brown Robert Brown Denisha Bullock Scotty Sanders Charlotte – 1st Birthday Nancy & Tommy Brennan Ken Coleman – Birthday Edgar & Carolyn Reeves Sylvia Corolla – Mother’s Day Gwen Corolla Kate Davis – 8th Birthday Bryn Carden Ryan & Keri DesAutels & Sage Erin Bohall

Jackie Eckersley St. Mary’s Episcopal Church Joyce Ellington – Birthday Alice Ann and Thomas Miller Renate Fleish Debbie Peters Milton & Jennie Graves – 50th Wedding Anniversary Edgar & Carolyn Reeves James Robert Hammelman Jim & Dianne Hammelman Robert Harris Rich & Sandy Kramer Bill Hawkins Jack & Carolyn Brewer

Maribell Henderson – Birthday Edgar & Carolyn Reeves Ray Kym – 50th Birthday Tom & Donna Gates Jane Liles – Mother’s Day Karen & Ryan Liles Rod Mace - Birthday Edgar & Carolyn Reeves Elnor Lee Morau – 100th Birthday Tom & Patsy Patterson Bob & Carole Roten Jim & Dianne Hammelman Richard & Amanda Storey Main Street Lending Co. John Sullivan III Ricardo Rivas

You can make your next tribute gift securely online at Click on "Donate Now"

Frank Todaro Daniel Schewe Marinell & Lamar Williams – 50th Wedding Anniversary James Lamar Williams Amy Wisniewski Birthday Marsha Ackerman Bettie Wright Karen Atchley Shirley Wright Brad Alexander Chris Alexander Gene & Esther Best Ken & Nancy Davenport Chris Quillen

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WISH LIST Our Education Department Needs: Digital Camera Graphing Calculators Reward Stickers Reward Certificates Our Clothing Closet Needs: In all sizes, except where indicated: Girls’ and Boys’ No-Show Socks Boys’ and Men’s Boxers and Boxer Briefs Boys’ and Men’s Undershirts Girls’ and Women’s Bras & Training Bras Girls’ and Women’s Hipsters Panties Girls’ and Boys’ Tennis Shoes Casual Shoes (not dress shoes)

Five-time Emmy Award-winning comedian and actor

DENNIS MILLER at this year's

Heritage Award Dinner All proceeds will benefit our children

Date: November 11, 2009 Location: Hilton Americas - Houston Honoring Penny and Paul Loyd

Our Commissary Needs: Toilet Paper Paper Towels Laundry Detergent Hand Soap Dishwasher Soap Band-aids Tea Our Cottages Need: Coffee Makers (12-cup, auto shut-off) Beach Towels Wall Clocks Vacuum Cleaners (Dirt Devil Breeze) Bath Towel Sets (bath, hand, wash cloth) Bath Mats Alarm Clock/Radio Skillets, all sizes

Penny and Paul Loyd have served the children of our Home with love and devotion, through Penny’s years of service on the Board of Directors since 1992, and through their deep personal commitment to the care and well-being of our children For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Elaine Petranek at 281-351-4976 extension 219 or by email at

Going Shopping? Take Us Along!

Last year, Kroger replaced ShareCards with the new Kroger Neighbor to Neighbor Donation Program. To help Our Activities Department Needs: us when you go shopping, please ask Riding Helmets with non-detachable visors your cashier to scan the barcode to the Swim Goggles right to link your Kroger Plus Card to Boys and Girls Country. If you linked your card to Volleyballs us last year, please note that you must re-link your card this year! Every time you use Ping Pong Balls your Kroger Plus Card, a percentage of your purchase will be donated to Boys and Girls Magnetic Dart Board Country. If you would like a wallet-size card with our barcode, please call us at 281-351Our Maintenance Department Needs: 4976. Thank you for taking us along when you shop...and for all that you do! (Please note Conventional stoves (electric, 2 large and 2 that the new program will allow each household to link a Kroger Plus Card to only one small burners, preferably white) organization.) New under-counter ice machines (white) Dishwashers (preferably white)

Full list at Click on "Donate" and "Fill a Wish List"

Shopping at Randalls? Please ask your cashier to link your Randalls Remarkable Card to Organization Number 755 and we will receive 1% of every purchase you make, at no cost to you!

Summer 2009 Newsletter  
Summer 2009 Newsletter  

Summer, the Class of 2009!