2022 Charity Ball Rotogravure

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Cavender Jaguar—Lee Anne Hendry, 2022 President Featured: 2023 Jaguar F-Pace


To Our Supporters, We want to thank our community for your support of the Rotogravure over many years. Your participation makes it possible to enhance the lives of the children of Bexar County. Since 1955, the Charity Ball Association has been publishing and distributing its unique fundraising publication, The Rotogravure. The name of our publication comes from a printing system using a rotary press with intaglio cylinders, typically running at high speed, and used for long print runs of magazines and stamps. Each October, 75,000 copies are distributed via direct mail to many neighborhoods and businesses in the San Antonio area. Our business community is why The Rotogravure is our second largest fundraiser. The Charity Ball Association members are proud to be photographed with business owners and managers at landmark locations and businesses in San Antonio. It is a privilege to link arms with business owners who share our mission of raising money to benefit the children of Bexar County. We want to extend our deepest gratitude to the many loyal individuals and businesses that have supported The Rotogravure over the years. We hope you enjoy our new look provided by our graphic designers, Core Creative. The “Roto” Committee is made up of many CBA members who have worked tirelessly along with our professional photographer, Ansen Seale, to produce a magazine that is fun to view and brings into focus the importance of participating with the children’s agencies in Bexar County.

Lisa Thurmond, Vice President Rotogravure

Lee Anne Hendry, President 2022

Sponsored by Susanne and Doug Richardson

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Sunshine Cottage—Laurie White, Amy White (CBLF Board Member) and the children of Sunshine Cottage 4 Sponsored by Circle Bar Foundation


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2022 PATRONS DIAMOND CHRYSANTHEMUM PATRONS Charity Ball Legacy Foundation Kittie Nelson Ferguson Foundation Mays Family Foundation Mary West and Richard Traylor

GOLDEN CHRYSANTHEMUM PATRONS Laura and Scott Anderson Circle Bar Foundation

CHRYSANTHEMUM PATRONS A Friend of Charity Ball in honor of the Hendry Family AT&T Foundation

Donald G. Elliott and Denise Pride-Elliott M.D.

Lee Anne and Stuart Hendry, in memory of John L. Hendry III Lisa and Mike Kelleher Fund Cynthia and Forrest Miller

AnaPaula and Mark E. Watson III Linda and Ed Whitacre, Jr.

DISTINGUISHED PATRONS Carla and John Brozovich

C.H. Guenther & Son LLC

Bonnie and Berkley Dawson Laura and Sam Dawson

Gayle and Walter Embrey

The Greehey Family Foundation

Peggy and Dan Allen Hughes, Jr. Bonnie and John Korbell Kim Lewis

In memory of Ruth Eilene Butler Sullivan Trinity Flowers by Danny Cuellar and Danesa Woehrle*

GRAND PATRONS Malú and Carlos Alvarez Anderson Marketing Group* Sue and Tommy Arnim Kelly and Stephen Cavender Kelly and Carl Fellbaum INSPIRE* Jack and Valerie Guenther Foundation Langley & Banack, Inc.* Luther King Capital Management Vicki Lee McLaughlin Lisa and Mitchell Nichols Seale Studios* The Witte Museum* Stacey and Mark Woods Mary and Bob Worth

NOBLE PATRONS Kathey and Robert Anderson Dianne and Richard Azar Bank of America Barton Benson Jones PLLC Alicia and Harry J Brusenhan Michele and Randy Cadwallader Emma and Toby Calvert ColorArt San Antonio* Lynnette and Trey Embrey Kelley and Pat Frost Frost Bank Charitable Foundation Goldsbury Foundation Sandy and Phil Green/Green Family Charitable Fund Lisa and Erik Hanson Patricia and Robert T. Hayes H-E-B Helping Here Illusions* Jeanie Rabke Wyatt Family Foundation Jefferson Bank Estee and Luke Kellogg Jean and Steve Lee Lynn and Porter Loring III Jan and Bob Marbut Trudy and Ed Moore Nelson Puett Foundation NuStar Energy Foundation Ellen and Gerald O’Gorman, Jr. Camilla M. Parker Kim and Joey Peacock Emilie and Christopher Petty The RK Group* Elizabeth and Happy Rogers Sue and Dudley Snyder SWBC Foundation Toby and John Tate Texas Capital Bank Kristin and Dick Tips Betty and Mike Venson Williams-Chadwick Family Charitable Fund Ann and Forrest Word Mollie Zachry *In-Kind Donor

PATRONS A.J. Monier Service Co. • Judy and Jim Adams Mallory and Stephen Ahl • Jean and Clyde Alexander Lissa and Paul Allen • Sara and John Ames Kim and Andy Anderson • Yoli and Chuck Anderson Annie and Tim Swan Fund • Cory and Phil Bakke Mary and Kab Ballantyne • Nel and Walter Belt Mary and Mike Benedum • Carolyn and Larry Biedenharn Kathy and Albert Biedenharn • Nancy and Jaime Billups Anna-Laura and Michael A. Block • Linda and Stephen Blount Melissa and Warren Branch • Lynne Lahourcade Breuer Katherine and Walter F. Brown, Jr. • Jane Buchek Alethea and Bruce Bugg • Charles Butt Susan and Stephen Butt • Rhonda and Joe Calvert Linda and Brad Camp • Elizabeth and Clay Carrington Carrie and Alan Catalani • Judith G. Cavender Suzanne and Rick Cavender • Carolyn J. Clark Trish and Marshall Clegg Katie Clementson/Billo Smith Studios* • Ann T. Coiner Lisa and Wally Cox • David Sixt Photography* Lori and James Donnell • Bea and Steve Dutton Betty Ebrom • Christy Ebrom and Dan Henley Wendy Lee Erickson • Jimmie Ruth and Dick Evans Helen and Rob Eversberg • EZ Park* Susan and Aubra Franklin • Joy and Triple Fuhrmann Sharon and Tommy Funk • Tanya and Mario Garza Jenny and Jay Gibson • Wendy and Thornton Goetting Lilly and Alan Gretzinger • Maggie and Tom Guggolz Becky and Loren Gulley • Susan and Wendell Hall Lisa and Joel Hannemann • Meta and Boo Hausser Susan and Will Hausser • Rose Marie and John L. Hendry III Lynne and Peter Hennessey • Jan and Roger Hill, Jr. Linda and Herb Hill • Almeda and Ned Hodge Janet and Rob Holliday Liecie and Nick Hollis • Carolyn and Mark Johnson Jessie and Richard Kardys • Kelly and Kevin Kennedy Leslie and Tom Kingman • Nita and Michael Kiolbassa Virginia and Gary Koehl • Bekki and Greg Kowalski Anne and Paul Krause • Michael L. Kreager Gretchen and Lance Lahourcade Kitty and Rich Lange • Lauren Portrait Art* Marline and Clint Lawson • Kathleen and Byron LeFlore Sally and John LeFlore • Nancy and Ralph Lehr Elizabeth and Bob Lende Paola and David Lloyd • Aimee and Stacy Locke M Capital Advisors/Jessica and Claude Koontz Marks Moore Photography* • Susie and Jim Martin Joyce and Jess Mayfield • Sheila and Carter Mayfield McCombs Foundation • Jo Lynne Meador Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation • Diana Morehouse Karen and Lee Mueller Terrie and Jamie Musselman In memory of Florence B. Newman KaRynn and Keith O’Connell • Eleanor and Keith O’Gorman Eleanor and Tim O’Gorman • Kenneth Oleson Bonnie and Billy Osborn Paul Overstreet/Overstreet Photography* Laura and Clay Page • Harriet and Dan Peavy Pamela and George Person Susanne and Douglas Richardson • Corinna and JB Richter Robert Shaw Portraits* • Elizabeth and Barry Roberts Linda and Joey Satel • Laurie and John Saunders Caroline and Robert Schupbach Cynthia and George Scofield Sharon and Stuart Seal • Nancy and Donnie Seay Daniela and Antonio Serna IV • Marnie and Bart Simpson Marie and Paul Smith • Jennifer Hernden Sparr Amy and Ben Swaney/The Prestigious Mark Lisa Rodgers Thurmond • Sharon and Carter Thurmond Laurie and Jeff Truax • Shannon and Jon Turner Jill and George Vassar • Suzanne and Dick Wade Peggy Walker and Myron East • Ann Brennand Watson Courtney and Mark Watson • Jeanie Wehmeyer Karla and Jeff Wentworth • Tracy and Jack Williams Barbara B. Wood • Karen Lee and David Zachry Allison and Josh Zeller • Lynn and Thad W. Ziegler

Sponsored by Gayle and Walter Embrey

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SAKS FIFTH AVENUE SUPPORTS THE CHARITY BALL ASSOCIATION

OFFICERS OF THE CBA Left Side—Carla Nelson (VP Children’s Book), Amy Swaney (Treasurer), Mary Ballantyne (VP Charities), Virginia Koehl (Secretary), Lee Anne Hendry (President)

“COPIED BY MANY--EQUALED BY NONE!” 8400 N. NEW BRAUNFELS AVE. SAN ANTONIO TX. 78209 (210)824-0116

Eric Washington (Manager), Tommy, Carrie, Sunny, Macey, Grady, CeCe, Sophia,

6 Terrie Musselman (Chairman of the Board)


Right Side—Terrie Musselman (Chairmen of the Board), Anna-Laura Block (VP Patrons), Elizabeth Roberts (VP Decorations), Lisa Thurmond (VP Rotogravure), Fabiola Kaase (VP Reservations) (not pictured: Kim Peacock, VP Prizes)

The Red Berry Estate—Liza Lewis, Nel Belt

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The Charity Ball Association

ABOUT US OUR MISSION The mission of The Charity Ball Association of San Antonio, Inc., is to support and enhance the quality of life for children of Bexar County. CBA’s legacy of compassion and efficiency ensures that children benefit always.

OUR HISTORY In 1954 a small group of women led by Mrs. Ralph E. Fair saw children in their community suffering and in need. They formed The Charity Ball Association of San Antonio, Inc., to give financial assistance to struggling children’s agencies of Bexar County, many of which did not receive support from the United Way (then called the Community Chest). Led by Mrs. Fair and her philosophy of “wrap the big hand around the little hand”, this group of women sprang to action to help children with special needs and families disrupted by violence or divorce. They decided to devote their hard work and resources to children’s agencies and

charities that provided care, guidance and education to children and their families. With 114 founding members, the date for the first ball was set for October 28, 1954. It was one of the very first fund-raising balls in the country and all of their proceeds ($25,000) went to Sunshine Cottage and Boysville —enabling both to expand their facilities and serve more children. Thus, The Chrysanthemum Ball was born! The following year, the group was completely organized with a Board of Directors that included eight women and eight men from the community. This original structure of the organization remains essentially the same today. Succeeding annual balls and the projects surrounding it have raised more than $21 million for the youth of Bexar County. Over the years The CBA has introduced new fundraising projects in addition to the Ball, including the Rotogravure, the Datebook, Patron Contributions, and Prize Ticket Sales.

OUR WORK The primary work of The CBA is in reviewing grant requests, selecting the recipients of the funds raised each year, monitoring the use of funds and producing the fund-raising projects. Every Ball is the culmination of an entire year’s work. All of the work is performed by volunteers from The Charity Ball Association. The Association consists of 139 active members called Sponsors and is governed by 25 board members, including 11 officers, who are elected annually. Of the 25 board members, 21 are CBA members and four are men from the community. Founder, Mrs. Ralph Fair, President 1954, 1955

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R A I LWAY

La Salle Railway—Rod Lewis (owner), Jessica Worth

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2022 GRANT RECIPIENTS

ALAMO HEIGHTS SCHOOL FOUNDATION Grant will buy classroom amplification devices for all students to hear.

HOUSE OF NEIGHBORLY SERVICE Grant will provide for a fencing upgrade.

AUGUSTHEART Grant will pay for teen heart screenings.

KINETIC KIDS, INC. Grant will provide a program and computer for adaptive sports programs for children with special needs.

AUTISM COMMUNITY NETWORK Grant will help buy specialty equipment for the Creating Connections Gym and Activity Center. BAPTIST TEMPLE Grant will provide for a gym renovation. BOYSVILLE, INC. Grant will provide campus-wide fiber optic internet. CATHOLIC CHARITIES, ARCHDIOCESE OF SAN ANTONIO, INC. Grant will be used to upgrade kitchen and common room in Guadalupe House. CHILD ADVOCATES SAN ANTONIO Grant will be used for a security wall for the privacy and safety of the children.

RESPITE CARE OF SAN ANTONIO, INC. Grant will be used for a project to improve the lives of children with medical and special needs. SAN ANTONIO PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION Grant will be used to develop teen space at The Johnson Branch Library. SUNSHINE COTTAGE SCHOOL FOR DEAF CHILDREN Grant will provide audiology equipment for infants and children. TEAMABILITY Grant will provide equipment for their new space in the Multi Assistance Care facility at Morgan’s Wonderland. VISITATION HOUSE MINISTRIES, INC. Grant will be used to make windows energy-efficient at La Posada.

CLARITY CHILD GUIDANCE CENTER Grant will be used for a playscape redo of the basketball court. HOPE LUTHERAN LEARNING CENTER Grant will be used to remove and replace flooring in the childcare area.

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Visit CBAofSA.org to learn more:


Jefferson Bank—Steve and Susan Lewis

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APPOINTED AND AT-LARGE

BOARD MEMBERS

CBA Board—Kelly Cavendar, John Le Flore, Lissa Allen, Kathleen Le Flore, Marnie Simpson, Sharon Seal, Sheila Mayfield,

The CE Group—Janet Holliday (owner and CBA sponsor) 12


Sponsored by:

WINE CELLAR REFRIGERATION - INDOOR AIR QUALITY RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL

Katherine Holliman, George Scofield, Jeanie Wehmeyer, David Lloyd, Trish Hennessey, Susanne Richardson (np: Luke Kellogg)

BELIEVE IT FOUNDATION Since the inception of the Believe it Foundation in 2008, the foundation has supported thousands of children with physical challenges to get off the sidelines and jump into the game through school-based biking programs, Partners in PE programs, camps, excursions, social activities, and college scholarships. The vision from the beginning has been to create widespread belief in a world where physically challenged individuals have every right to be our colleagues at work, our friends at dinner, and join others in being powerful advocates for what a more inclusive future looks like. Grace, a rising Junior at Alamo Heights High School, recently got to experience the modified bike. Her face lit up with joy and excitement when the pedals started to turn. A new experience was opening an exciting new chapter in her life. According to Grace’s mom, Ginna, Grace wants to be like her peers and family members. She wants to be able to do the same activities as her peers. With a modified bike Grace is able to experience the freedom a bike ride can make and take pride in an activity that she is able to achieve with independence. Just like Grace, thousands of students in the San Antonio area are beginning to experience freedom, independence, and self-confidence. Confidence in themselves and in each other because something that used to be a wish is now a fulfilled dream come true! They are included in an activity that others take for granted; a simple bike ride with barriers being removed. To learn more, visit www.believeitfoundation.org.

Believe It F O U N D AT I O N

Believe It Foundation—Sponsored by Sara and John Ames

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Mauzé Construction—Barbara Dreeben (President 2000) and Alan Dreeben

A Name You Can Trust, Floor After Floor, Year After Year

O’Krent’s Flooring—Carrie Catalani (Menu Chairmen), 14 Heather Haynes, Sam and Margie O’Krent (owners)

Thad Ziegler Glass—Lynn Ziegler (President 2019) and grandchildren (Alamo Heights Foundation)


Nic Abbey—Diana Schmidt, Stacey Rubin, Lynnette Embrey, Lisa Nichols (owner and CBA sponsor)

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The Charity Ball Association

CHYSANTHEMUM BALL PRIZES

GOLD PRIZE

SILVER PRIZE

Cavender Jaguar Land Rover of San Antonio

Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry

FEATURED PRIZES Turks and Caicos Vacation/Cindy & Vincent Dawson Nini Jewels

GRAND PRIZES

NIGHT OF BALL PRIZES

The Broadmoor/Diana & Tom Schmidt

Frosted Home

Spurs Sports and Entertainment/ Corinna & JB Richter

Hanley Wood

Dennis Jewelry Kelly Wade Jewelers

Saks Fifth Avenue

Julian Gold

Trinity Flowers/Danny Cuellar & Danesa Woerhle

Neiman Marcus

Kelly Wade Jewelers

Saks Fifth Avenue Shetler Fine Jewelers Charity Ball Association Give $20

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Julian Gold


2022 CBA NEW SPONSORS

Sponsored by Neiman Marcus—Back Row: Corinna Richter, Kelly Fellbaum, Christy Ebrom, Cynthia Miller Front Row: Kelly Wade Fry, Catherine Bishop, Megan Steves (Not Pictured—Jessica Worth) 17


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ONLINE AUCTION DONORS Ansen Seale

Hazel Smyth

Robert Shaw Portraits

Baker Tatum

Helen and Jonathan Dear

San Antonio Country Club

Belles and Beaux

Holly Besing

San Antonio Zoo

Carla and John Brozovich

Hotel Emma

Satel’s

The Cadwallader Family

Joey Satel

Svelte Veldt

Carrie and Alan Catalani

Kelly Wade Jewelers

Katherine and John Smelko

Cheese and Honey

Laurie Saunders Ltd. Antiques and Interiors

Chris Madrid’s

Meadow

Cocina de Coco

Mission Ridge Range and Academy

Bonnie and Berkley Dawson Don Strange Fairmont Hotel Feather Fluff and Flings

Oculus Eyewear of Alamo Heights Paloma Blanca

The St. Anthony Hotel

Porter Loring III

Tracy Williams

Sponsored by Carolyn and Larry Biedenharn

ABOUT OUR PHOTOGRAPHER , ANSEN SEALE The Rotogravure magazine has supported the children of Bexar country since 1955. The photographic artistry of Ansen Seale has illustrated the philanthropic work of the Charity Ball Association in this magazine since 2008. Ansen Seale is a celebrated San Antonio based photographer and fine artist who creates works of public art such as his award-winning interactive piece at the University Hospital at the Medical Center. His time-based pieces have been exhibited in museums and galleries internationally and are included in corporate, institutional, and private collections. “Telling the story of the CBA in pictures is both challenging and rewarding! The children of Bexar County deserve our very best effort.”

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Supper The Barfield Collection: Lisa Barfield Kopecky

Rebelle

Framed

Sotheby’s Sunset and Co.


FRIENDS OF CHARITIES Alicia and Harry J Brusenhan Christy Ebrom and Dan Henley Wendy Lee Erickson Lee Anne and Stuart Hendry Katherine and Charley Hollimon North Park Lexus of San Antonio and North Park Lincoln Camilla M. Parker Trevi Hair Studio Twelfth Street Warehouse, Inc. Whitaker Insurance Associates, Inc. Allison and Josh Zeller

FRIENDS OF FOODIES Cooper’s Meat Market

Sponsored by Kim Lewis

Trinity Flowers—Barry and Elizabeth Roberts (VP Decorations) 19


MEDICAL FRIENDS Alamo Heights Dermatology Dr. and Mr. Jay Gibson Clark M. Kardys, M. D. Gerald O’Gorman, Jr., M.D. Antonio Serna IV, M. D. – Texas Digestive Disease Consultants Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. Smith Texas Dermatology – John Browning, M.D. George J. Vassar, M. D.

REAL ESTATE FRIENDS Janet Heydenreich – Phyllis Browning Company Liz Petroff Group – Texas Premier Realty Richard M. Peacock & Co.

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Texas Dermatology—Rhonda Calvert (CBLF Board Member), Dr. John Browning (owner), Phyllis Browning


RESPITE HOUSE CHILDREN WITH

NEW SPONSORS

Respite House—Catherine Bishop, Megan Steves, Jessica Worth, Christy Ebrom, Sharon Seal (Sponsor Chairman), Kelly Wade Fry, Kelly Fellbaum and Corinna Richter; Sponsored by Lee Anne and Stuart Hendry (not pictured: Cynthia Miller) 2 1


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LEGACY FOUNDATION

Members of the National Charity League San Antonio Rose Chapter Leslie Kingman, Founder of Snack Pak and CBA President 2018

SNACK PAK 4 KIDS SAN ANTONIO Food insecurity in our community is well documented. Currently 131,500 children in Bexar County are identified as food insecure. There are many reasons for food insecurity among children, but it is rarely anything that the child can personally control. Snack Pak 4 Kids San Antonio (SP4KSA) has been serving students since 2012, providing weekend food SECURITY for children struggling with chronic hunger. These students, identified by their teachers, are provided quality snacks consistently each weekend, with a focus on treating the recipient with dignity and respect. Students who receive Snack Paks show improvement in their overall health, as well as their ability to concentrate, participate and learn. This, in turn, improves their self-esteem. Volunteers of all ages come together to pack bags, deliver to campuses and to the individual classrooms so teachers can discreetly place a Snack Pak in the child’s own backpack before the final bell on Fridays.

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The Charity Ball Association has proudly supported SP4KSA since 2015, when funds provided the initial warehouse racking and equipment for their move to a warehouse model of distribution. Since that initial grant, the CBA has provided funds for similar operational warehouse needs and website upgrades, along with Covid relief funding to provide items for inclusion in Snack Paks when schools initially closed in March, 2020. In 2021, SP4KSA was the beneficiary of CBA raffle funds under their “Give 10” category, which allows the ticket winner to select one children’s charity to receive all funds raised in the “Give 10” raffle. The 2021 winner, Pauleen Netting, selected SP4KSA as her choice, to help provide weekend food SECURITY for students.

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Audi Dominion—Suzanne and Rick Cavender

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The Bank of San Antonio—Bobby and Stephanie Cavender (President 2010), Alethea and Bruce Bugg


RC Page Construction—Laura Page

Tracy Williams Contemporary Artist—Tracy Williams

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Laurie Saunders LTD—Laurie Saunders (President 2006)

Salado Creek Family Dental—Melissa and

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Sarah Palmer Art—Vicki McLaughlin (CBLF Chairman), Sarah Palmer (artist and owner)

Vaulkshire Investment Advisors—Francie Mannix, Omar Ahkil (owner)


Dennis Jewelry—Fabiola Kasse (VP Reservations), Carolyn Johnson (President 1997), and George Dennis (owner)

TMI Episcopal—Jill Vassar (Yearbook Chairman), Dr. Jasmine Harris, The Rev. Scott J. Brown

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Citrine Home—Lilly Gretzinger, Kathleen LeFlore (Advisory Planning Chairman)

Jason’s Deli—Stephanie Byers (partner/controller), Carter Marcum (catering manager), Sissy Tietz

St. David’s Episcopal School—Michele Cadwallader, Kim Peacock (VP Prizes),

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Presitigious Mark—Amy Swaney (Treasurer) and Karen Mueller (President 2003)

Hanley Wood—Annabell Ames (owner and CBA sponsor)

Sorella Clothing Company—Elizabeth Roberts (VP Decorations), Francie Mannix, Liza Lewis, Bonnie Osborn, Kim Peacock (VP Prizes)

The Emergency Clinic of Alamo Heights— Betsy Baker, Trish Hennessey (Board Member)

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OIL & GAS FRIENDS AMEXCO LLC Ballantyne Oil & Gas Inc. Clayton & Clayton, PC Grande Oil Company J. Charles Hollimon Hughes Legacy LLC Jefferson Bank & Trust & 1900 Wealth Management LLC Musselman Oilfield Services, LLC Osborn Oil & Gas Company Peacock Mineral Management Petty Energy LP

HOME & LANDSCAPE FRIENDS Billy Long Enterprises Christian Walker Design

St. Anthony’s School—Sonya Medina Williams and children of St. Anthony’s School

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Gayle and Walter Embrey and children from SAMMinistries

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Windmill Ice House Windmill Icehouse—Bart Simpson (King Antonio XCIX and owner) and Toby Tate

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Red McCombs Automotive—Gretchen Herrmann, Jean Alexander and children from The Brighton Center


McNay Art Museum—Rich Asti (Director of The McNay), Emma Calvert, Wendy Goetting, Walton Gregory

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RESPITE CARE Our mission at Respite Care of San Antonio, Inc. (RCSA) is to protect, love, build trust and nurture growth of children with special needs and complex medical conditions while strengthening the families caring for them. We meet our mission by providing residential and community programs for children with medical and special needs. Residential programs include the children’s homes, Davidson Respite House, and Najim Family Respite Home. Community programs include Developmental Daycare, Parent’s Night Out (PNO), Family Day Out (FDO), Mother’s Day Out (MDO), and Spring and Summer Camps. The Charity Ball Association has awarded us $48K for FY23. These funds are designed for capital improvements. Approximately 20 Charity Ball members came to RCSA for a tour in spring 2022.

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bradshaw designs I N T E R I O R

D E S I G N

A R C H I T E C T U R E

Bradshaw Designs—Lynn Loring and Anita Allison

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Merlin1—Cynthia Collins

Mark Thornton, M.D.—Carolyn and Dr. Mark Thornton

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John S. Troy Landscape—Kelley Frost, Linda Blount

AugustHeart—Diana Schmidt


Kelly Wade Jewelers—Kelly Wade Fry (owner and CBA sponsor), Elizabeth Boddy, Alicia Brusenhan

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sunshine cottage The miracle of life. It’s a wonderful journey of milestones and experiences for both the child and the parents. From a baby’s first steps to a baby’s first words, all of these are precious moments. At Sunshine Cottage School for Deaf Children, when a child is born with hearing loss and is diagnosed early, that child can learn to listen and talk and experience success in a hearing world. In 1947 Sunshine Cottage was established in San Antonio in a one-room yellow cottage, teaching six children with hearing loss to listen and talk. The school began a legacy of innovative listening and spoken language programs in a nurturing learning environment. Today Sunshine Cottage attracts children and families from all over the globe and is one of the country’s most comprehensive oral education centers. In the Parent-Infant Program, birth to age three, parents are guided by a caring team of hearing health professionals to help them understand their child’s hearing loss, the effective use of advanced hearing technology, and strategies for helping their baby learn to listen and talk. The goal is to create a sound foundation for a successful hearing journey. Parents Rene and Jessica Collin stated, “Sunshine has made it possible for our son and every other child to succeed and begin their hearing journey that will help them for the rest of their lives. It’s an incredible school, and we could not be happier and feel more blessed to be a part of this amazing place.” As Sunshine Cottage celebrates its 75th Anniversary, they recognize the many blessings along the way, starting with their beloved founders, Dela and John White, and for all of the parents, children, and donors who have contributed to the mission and purpose. They are excited for the next 75 years and stated that with your continued support, “we are HEAR for good.”

Sponsored by Circle Bar Foundation—Amy White (CBLF 3 8 Board Member) with student of Sunshine Cottage

Julian Gold Bridal —Virginia (photo credit: Parish Photography)


Hoffman Reporting & Video Service—Tres Steves, Galt, Kathy Hoffman (owner), Sam Bell, Megan Steves

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LEGAL FRIENDS Kevin P. Kennedy Brian Maverick Judge Jeff Wentworth Sponsored by Hornberger, Fuller, Garza and Cohen

Mazurek Belden & Burke, PC— Peggy and Dan Allen Hughes

Broadway Bank—Lilly Gretzinger, Lillian Ann Lehr (President 1986), Harvey Hartenstine (President and Chief Banking Officer) 40


Cavender Toyota—Stephen and Kelly Cavender (PR Chairman) and children from Good Samaritan Community Services

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Hotel Emma—Beth and Forrester Smith

Guido Materials—Dottie Cooper, Catherine Bishop 42

Ted Voss Metals, Inc.—Ann Word, Ted Voss (owner)


Pure Pastures—Lewis Moorman (owner) and Nancy Moorman

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Luther King Capital Management—Rob McClane, Mark Johnson, Toby Calvert,

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Casa Verde Landscaping—Betsy Baker

Lincoln Heights Animal Hospital—Peggy Allison (President 2008), Klaus, Anne Krause

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Crown Couture—Priscilla Fuentes (owner), Kathryn Johnson (President 2007) 46


St. Luke’s Episcopal School—Bonnie Dawson, Chelsea Collins (Head of School), Nicole McClane, Patsy Johnson, Gretchen Lahourcade, Suzanne Cavender and students of St. Luke’s 47


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Comerica Bank—Rhonda (CBLF Board Member) and Joe Calvert and children from Girls Inc.


Invitations, Etc.—Nancy Billups, Liecie Hollis

NIX Realty—Marnie Simpson (Invitation Chairman), Christy Gulley

Todd Alexander Romano—Todd Romano (owner), Elizabeth Roberts (VP Decorations), Linda Blount

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FOUNDER’S CIRCLE Elizabeth Huth Coates Foundation Betty Stieren Kelso Foundation Mays Family Foundation Dela White/Circle Bar Foundation

CHRYSANTHEMUM SOCIET Y Elma Dill Russell Spencer Foundation

THE CHILDREN’S TRUST Susan & Tommy Arnim Eleanor & Scott Petty, Jr.

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THE CHILDREN’S CORNER

BRIDGE OF HOPE

Lee Anne & Stuart Hendry Vicki & John McLaughlin Edwina Harris Petty Fund Mary & Bob Worth

Tena & Jim Gorman The Family of Helen and Robert Lee Schupbach Barbara B. Wood Louise C. Clemens Founders Fund The Family of Carol G. Kopplow Karen Norman Mueller in honor of CBLF Board of Directors

ADVOCACY GROUP Laura & Sam Dawson Kimberly S. Lewis The Dreeben Family Foundation Louise James Petty Fund

CHILDREN’S LEGACY SOCIET Y Karen Norman Mueller Marie Halff Cari Hill Jill & George Vassar

Charity Ball Legacy Foundation Board— Front Row: Barbara Wood (VP Investments), Jill Vassar (Treasurer), Barbie O’Connor (President), Vicki McLaughlin (Chairman), Jan Hill, Bob Worth (VP Gifts); Back Row: Cari Hill (VP Development), Kathryn Johnson (Chairman of the Board Emeritus), Stuart Hendry, Caroline Schupbach, Ed Moore, Sue Arnim Not Pictured: Amy White, Allison Zeller (Secretary), Rhonda Calvert (VP Public Relations)

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MISSION ROAD ADVOCACY EVENT 2022 Since 1947, Mission Road has served children who all share a diagnosis of IDD – intellectual and developmental disabilities. 75 years later, nearly 40 vulnerable and fragile children continue to live in Mission Road’s cozy cottages receiving the love, respect, and specialized care they require and deserve on their path to independent and productive adult lives. Children living at Mission Road have been rescued from abusive and neglectful homes. They find peace and tranquility when they walk through our gates. The Charity Ball continued their legacy of care for Mission Road children and their generosity can be seen throughout the campus. Their years of giving include the donation of equipment filling our sensory room that is especially effective in treating children with sensory integration disorder; donation of sturdy living room and bedroom furnishings that challenge the test of time and in 2021 the donation of energy efficient and safety glass windows in each of the four cottages. Even more, the Charity Ball members gathered together and shared their greatest treasure – their time. They transformed our pavilion into a vibrant Fiesta celebrating Cinco de Mayo 2022. Dressed in festive green blouses, the women hosted carnival games, served buttery popcorn and chilly paletas all the while dancing the day away with our children. The joyous day is a far cry from the tragic conditions of the children’s past. This special day was a thoughtful and tangible assurance of the safe and innocent lives the children have deserved all along.

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THE CHILDREN’S BEREAVEMENT CENTER OF SOUTH TEXAS For the last 25 years, the Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas has provided hope and healing to children and their families after they experienced unimaginable loss. All programs and services at the Center are always provided at no cost to families, ensuring that there is never a financial barrier between them and their healing. Children ages 3 – 24 and their families begin their grief journey at the Center alongside our licensed professional counselors, each providing an exceptional level of care. Through our peer support groups, individual counseling and grief camps we can provide expressive outlets for children to identify their feelings and emotions associated without ever saying one word. The mission of the Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas is to foster healing for grieving children and youth, their families and the community. Together, with the support of our community, we can help carry the weight of grief for so many. No child should have to walk the difficult journey of grief alone.

Sponsored by Lynn and Porter Loring III

Humane Society—Carter, Buzz (El Rey Fido XVIII), Carter, Sheila (Event Coordinator), and Spencer Mayfield 54


Paloma Blanca / Chris Madrids—Linda Camp (President 2009) Brad Camp, child on bike from Believe It Foundation, Nelly Mendoza-Labatt (Vice President Operations Duo Restaurant Group) 55


DISTINGUISHED PRESIDENTS OF THE CHARITY BALL ASSOCIATION

Front Row–Seated: Mrs. Donald L. Weber 1994, Mrs. Louis Stumberg 1978, Mrs. Scott Petty, Jr. 1999, Mrs. Stuart Hendry 2022 Second Row–Standing: Mrs. Clark Boddy 2013, Mrs. Roger C. Hill, Jr. 2005, Mrs. Stephen P. Allison 2008, Mrs. Jeffery M. Morehouse 1996 Mrs. Lee Mueller 2003; Third Row–Standing: Mrs. Hugh Halff, Jr. 1988, Mrs. Bartell Zachry 1993, Mrs. Barbara B. Wood, 1995, Mrs. William Hausser 2015, Mrs. John T. Saunders, Jr. 2006 Photo taken at Red Berry Estate 56


Front Row – Seated: Mrs. Jamie Musselman 2020, 2021, Mrs. Albert Steves IV 1992, Mrs. Ralph Lehr 1986, Mrs. William A. Parker 1977 Second Row Standing: Mrs. J. Bradford Camp 2009, Mrs. Harry W. Wolff, Jr. 2012, Mrs. Edward D. Hodge III 2004 Mrs. Paul H. Smith, Jr. 2011, Mrs. Michael N. Venson 2017 Third Row Standing: Mrs. Thomas A. Kingman 2018, Mrs. John Le Flore 1998, Mrs. Mark M. Johnson, Jr.1997, Mrs. Alan W. Dreeben 2000, Mrs. William L. Coiner 2002 Not Pictured: Mrs. Eugene L. Ames, Jr. 1990, Ms. Betty Menefee Cavender 1979, Mrs. Robert M. Cavender 2009 Mrs. Max Robert Eversberg 2016, Mrs. William Johnson 2007, Mrs. W. Darrell Willerson, Jr. 2001, Mrs. Thad Ziegler 2019

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Left side—Jody Lutz, Anna-Laura Block (VP Patrons) and children of the Autism Treatment Center 58


Right side—Virgina Koehl (Secretary), Dottie Cooper, Nel Belt, and children of the Autism Treatment Center

Gunn Auto Company

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The Jewelry Store—Paola Lloyd (Invitation List Chairman), Lisa Ray, Cory Bakke

Britton Orthodontics—Carrie, Becky and Macey Gulley 60


Illusions—Carter and Sheila Mayfield (Event Coordinator)

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Bluntzer Travel—Kathryn Dehlinger and Anne Bluntzer (owner)

Texas Capital Bank—Eric Reblin (Texas Capital Bank) 62 Sharon Seal (Sponsor Chairman), children from First Tee

Grove Hill—Mary Ballantyne (VP Charities), Sharon Funk

Presidio Title—Susan Hall, Cindy Huey


Orville Carr Associates, Inc.—Marie Halff (President 1988), Nelson and Spencer

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Merrill—Joy Fuhrmann, child from Family Service Association, Inc., and Peggy Walker 64


SAN ANTONIO ZOO San Antonio Zoo welcomes more than 1.2 million guests each year and was recently named #2 zoo in the nation and #1 in Texas by Blooloop for its conservation, animal welfare and education. San Antonio Zoo operates the largest nature-based preschool in the country, Will Smith Zoo School, the Center for Conservation and Research, and Kiddie Park, the oldest children’s amusement park in the U.S.

Through its passion and expertise in animal care, conservation and education, the zoo’s mission is to inspire its community to love, engage with, act for and protect animals and the places they live. San Antonio Zoo is a nonprofit zoological facility and relies on ticket sales and donations to continue its vision of securing a future for wildlife. Get ready for a WILD time! The Education Department at San Antonio Zoo offers programs for all ages. Whether spending school breaks at Zoo Camp or embarking on a weekend Conservation Field Trip, San Antonio Zoo will have you roaring for more! Plan your visit to the #1 zoo in Texas and learn more about the education programs at sazoo.org. Sponsored by Wassenberg Ranch

Belles & Beaux—Nancy Holliman, Lainey, Annie and Emma

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Alamo Heights Christian School—Bonnie Osborn, Helen Eversberg (President 2016), Michele Cadwallader,

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Don Strange—Brian Strange (owner), Peggy Hughes, Di-Anna Arias (Director of Culinary Vision) (picture taken at the Buckhorn) 67


Culpepper Cleaners—Kelly Satel

Urology San Antonio—Jill Vasser (Yearbook Chairman) and Dr. George Vasser

INVESTMENT FRIENDS Bank of America Private Bank Crossvault Capital Management, LLC Jefferson Bank Trust & 1900 Wealth Management Sponsored by Morgan Stanley

Paesanos—Yoli Anderson, Tricia Dilling (General Manager), 68 Jeanie Wehmeyer ((Technology Chairman)


Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry—Paula Shaver (General Manager, North Star), Jessica Berg (GM and Owner), Victoria Beavers (Assistant Vice President), Lisa Sechler, Allison Zeller 69


Lewis Air Legends —Jessica Lewis Worth, Rod Lewis (owner) 70


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M Interiors—Karen Lee Zachry

The Tiny Finch—Courtney Beauchamp (owner), Tracy Williams

Frost—Mallory Ahl, Jessie Kardys, Dan Geddes (Regional President of Frost Bank San Antonio)

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Sanger & Altgelt/Chubb Insurance—Heather Haynes (President and CBA Sponsor), Mac Altgelt (CEO) 72


Roja—Stephanie Cavender (President 2010), Lisa Thurmond (VP Rotogravure), Robert Gutierrez (owner), Javier Castillo (owner)

Phyllis Browning Co.—Sharon Thurmond, Phyllis Browning (owner and CBA sponsor), Cory Bakke, Gretchen Lahourcade, Sharon Funk, Carolyn Thornton, Liecie Hollis 7 3


The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Foundation—Carrie Green, Elizabeth Carrington, Lisa Sechler, Marcus (therapy dog), 74 Cris Daskevich Fache (CEO of The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio)


Saint Mary’s Hall—Jessica Lewis Worth, Fabiola Kaase (VP Reservations), Tracy Williams with students of Saint. Mary’s Hall 75


Vogt Auction—Ginny Way, Lisa Kelleher

Palmer Todd, Inc.—Lissa Allen (Board Member), Jane Steves 76

Oculus—Sue Arnim (CBLF Board Member), Leah Johnson (Styling Optician, ABOC), Linda Hill


Worth & Associates—Jordan Arriaga, Mary Worth, Bob Worth (CBLF Board Member)

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Sendero Wealth Management—Josie Flesher, Jo Lynn Meador, Ed Hart (Officer), 78 Caroline Meador, Christy Meador (Website Chairman)


Avestee Women’s Imaging Center—Susanne Dabbous MD (owner), Mallory Ahl, Joy Fuhrmann

SKILLED NURSING – REHABILITATION – MEMORY CARE

Touchstone Communities—Stan Studer (Chairman of the Board), Kelly Fellbaum, Carl Fellbaum (CEO) 7 9


Kuper International Realty—Caroline and Rick Kuper (owner) 80


Marsh McLennan Agency—Katherine Hollimon (Board Member), Amy Miller

Keller Henderson Interiors—Keller Henderson (owner), Nita and Michael Kiolbassa

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R E ILLY APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES

Reilly Apparel—Kathy Hoermann (owner), Ellen O’Gorman, Lynn Loring

Buchek Landscaping—Laura Page, Jane Buchek

Bell Hydrogas—Sharon Seal (Sponsor Chairman), children of Ascension De Paul 82


PNC Bank—Keith and KaRynn O’Connell, children from Boysville

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Sunset & Co.—Kim Peacock (VP Prizes), Carol Olson, Sharon Thurmond, Reese Peacock (Buyer) Sunset & Co.—Kim Peacock (VP Prizes), Carol Olson, Sharon Thurmond, Reese Peacock (owner Sunset & Co.)

Frosted Home—Kelley Frost (owner and CBA sponsor) 84

Meadow—Carrie Green, Susanna Frankland (owner Baker Tatum and Meadow)


Methodist Healthcare—Jennifer Hernden Sparr and EMS Relations Managers Handlers for Emergency Services Facility Dogs: Brandon Miller, Frankie Trifilio, and Jason Miller 85


Culligan Water—Children from SAISD Foundation, Robert Boerner (President), Courtney Percy

Focal Point Vision— Dr. James Lehmann (owner), Trish Hennessey (Board Member), and Dr. Kenneth Maverick (owner) 86


Kiolbassa Smoked Meats—Michael Kiolbassa (owner), Nita Kiolbassa

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Rockefeller—David and Paola Lloyd (Paola – Invitation List Chairman, David – Board Member)

Memory Lane—Harriet Peavy, Emily Azar (co-owner), Jill Peavy (co-owner)

La Vraie Beauté—Lynn Ziegler (President 2019) Melanie Fulton (owner), Stephanie Cavender (President 2010) 88


HAND-PAINTED CUSTOM DESIGNS AND MONOGRAMING

RANCH FRIENDS Apache Ranch & Mirador Ranch Big Oak Ranch Brusenhan Doss Valley Ranch LLC The Burke Ranch Burns Ranch Crescent C Ranch Diamond O Ranch Dusty Bottoms Ranches LLC Las Piedras Ranch Mays Family Ranch Petty Group LLP Spring Creek Ranch Sponsored by Sullivan Mariposa Ranches, LC

Leslie Cheatham Designs—Leslie Morrison (owner), Jennifer Johnson

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ISODORO EARNS THE “KEY TO THE BEE” Reading Program Helps Elementary Students Keep Pace

Ella Austin Community Center W-I-N-N-E-R. Winner. That’s how you spell Isodoro’s reading accomplishments and hard work. A 4th grader, Isodoro spent two years participating in Ella Austin Community Center’s Intensive Reading Intervention (IRI) Program to emerge as his school’s Spelling Bee champion! The IRI Program, supported by The Charity Ball Association and United Way’s Successful Students Impact Council, provides intensified instructional delivery, small reading groups and increased learning time for participating students like Isodoro. The program runs Monday through Friday during the academic school year, as well as extended hours during the summer months and school holidays, such as Thanksgiving and Spring Break. The Ella IRI program is unique by being an in-school during the school day which allows for collaboration with teachers and curriculum specialists to provide timely and consistent services whenever the children need assistance.

Utilizing technology during virtual lessons, and on-site at Bowden Academy (SAISD) when possible, the Intensive Intervention staff incorporate the use of laptops or iPads, online video conferencing (Zoom), slide presentations, virtual classrooms, collaborative workspace through hybrid instruction using virtual and in-person instruction on computers, typing software, tablets, Canvas Learning software, Google Classroom, and Seesaw software for first graders. All these measures ensure that the students have continued intensive intervention reading lessons and ongoing comprehensive support. Bowden Academy recently hosted a Community Art Night with over 120 families, faculty and students from both Bowden and Lamar Elementary (SAISD) communities. The event was an enormous success and showcased the students’ talents and creativity. Ella Austin’s Intensive Reading Intervention (IRI) program was represented, with staff giving out free books and providing information about the program to spark the interest of parents. “Parental support and encouragement are critical to the success of a child. Isodoro’s mother actively supports her children’s participation and during COVID she worked with her son in the parking lot of Ella Austin to ensure that he did not miss any classes,” said Pam Duesing, the IRI Program Director. A student’s reading level by the completion of 3rd grade is a known predictor of a student’s academic performance and whether they will graduate on time. This program works to provide individualized learning, engaging topics and continuous monitoring to guide young students to reading success. Ella Austin Community Center was the first, and remains one of the only nonprofits, offering comprehensive social services in the eastern sector of the city. In 1897, Mrs. Ella Austin, a respected African American who was committed to serving her community, founded Ella Austin Orphans Home. When she died at the age of 46, her life’s work was taken up by community members, and through their philanthropic efforts, her vision has been kept alive. Today, the nonprofit is a multi-purpose service agency offering affordable day care, parenting classes, youth and family services including after school and summer youth programs, assistance to individuals and families in crisis of food, clothing, and utility assistance, as well as senior nutrition and activities. Thanks to Ella Austin and the Intensive Reading Program, Isodoro’s success in reading is all the “buzz.” He can “bee” anything. Can you spell WINNER?!

Spelling Bee Champion

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The START Center—Elizabeth Bondurant, Heather Wolff (President 2012), Maggie Guggolz

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Norton Rose Fulbright—Cynthia and George Scofield (Board Member) and children from Christian Assistance Ministry

J Satel—Linda and Joey Satel (owner) 92

J Nest Hair Salon—Gladys Montgomery, Almeda Hodge (President 2004)


TransPecos Banks—Kathleen and Pat Kennedy

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Troy Jessee—Laura Dawson, Lawson Jessee, Cynthia Scofield

Satel’s—Jane Satel, Ben Bratteli (owner) 94

LeeLee—Liecie Hollis


San Antonio Academy—Jennifer Johnson, Trish Hennessey (Board Member), Barbara Wood (President 1995), Paul Quick (Head of School) and students of San Antonio Academy 95


CHRISTIAN ASSISTANCE MINISTRY

Sponsored by Wendy Stieren Goetting

Christian Assistance Ministry’s mission is to share the love of Christ by providing immediate assistance and encouragement to people in crisis. Most recently a CAM volunteer interviewer shared how a young mom came to CAM to request emergency assistance to pay for her ID to be re-issued. ID recovery is one of CAM’s important services. She had a current one but had lost it, and she was getting ready to start a new job and needed it in order to work. She arrived with this request in mind and while she sat there with her two elementary school boys, she began chatting about this new job and how she is helping her little family get back on their feet. The CAM volunteer told her CAM could provide the family with some groceries to help with expenses and the mother smiled and quickly said “Oh yes, groceries are getting so expensive”. The volunteer also shared that CAM was signing children up for the personalized “Adopt a Child for Back to School” program. This would supply the children with school uniforms, socks, underwear, and a backpack full of all of their school supplies specifically required by their school and grade. They could sign up today and then pick up their items in early August. This is a savings of $150 per child. In her case, this could cost her closer to $300 dollars.

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SADA—Allyson Cavender and Clara

Sometimes people don’t even know to ask for things and CAM makes it possible to have a need met that they couldn’t imagine receiving. You can imagine how excited her sweet boys were to hear about their new backpacks and supplies!


Mission Park Cares—Kristin Tips (President and CEO), Christy Ebrom, Amy White (CBLF Board Member) Photo credit: Dos Kiwis Studios 97


INDEX Advocacy Event.............................................................................. 52 – 53 Alamo Heights Christian School............................................................. 66 Ansen Seale Story Ad............................................................................. 18 Audi Dominion......................................................................................... 23 AugustHeart............................................................................................ 36 Avestee Women’s Imaging Center.......................................................... 79 Ball Prize Donors..................................................................................... 18 Barn Door.................................................................................................. 6 Believe It Foundation Story Ad............................................................... 13 Bell Hydrogas.......................................................................................... 82 Belles & Beaux........................................................................................ 65 Bluntzer Travel......................................................................................... 62 Bradshaw Designs.................................................................................. 35 Britton Orthodontics............................................................................... 60 Broadway Bank....................................................................................... 40 Buchek Landscape and Irrigation........................................................... 82 C.H.Guenther.................................................................................. 56 – 57 Cam Story Ad.......................................................................................... 96 Casa Verde Landscaping........................................................................ 45 Cavender Jaguar....................................................................................... 2 Cavender Toyota..................................................................................... 41 CE Group................................................................................................ 12 Charity Ball Legacy Foundation...................................................... 50 – 51 Citrine Home........................................................................................... 28 Coco and Jase........................................................................................ 66 Comerica................................................................................................. 48 Crown Couture........................................................................................ 46 Culligan Water......................................................................................... 86 Culpepper Cleaners................................................................................ 68 Dennis Jewelry........................................................................................ 27 Don Strange............................................................................................ 67 Dr. Mark Thornton................................................................................... 36 Ella Austin Story Ad................................................................................ 90 Focal Point Vision................................................................................... 86 Friends of Charities................................................................................. 19 Frost........................................................................................................ 71 Frosted Home......................................................................................... 84 Give 10 Snack Pak / NCL Photo............................................................. 22 Grant Recipients..................................................................................... 10 Grove Hill................................................................................................. 62 Guido Materials....................................................................................... 42 Gunn Automotive............................................................................ 58 – 59 Hanley Wood........................................................................................... 29 Hoffman Reporting.................................................................................. 39 Hotel Emma............................................................................................ 42 Illusions/The Rk Group............................................................................ 61 Investements Friends.............................................................................. 68 Invitations Etc.......................................................................................... 49 J Nest...................................................................................................... 92 J.S. Satel................................................................................................. 92 Jason’s Deli............................................................................................. 28 Jefferson Bank........................................................................................ 11 John Troy................................................................................................. 36 Julian Gold............................................................................................ 100 Julian Gold Bridal.................................................................................... 38 Keller Henderson.................................................................................... 81 Kelly Wade Jewelers............................................................................... 37 Kiolbassa Smoked Meats....................................................................... 87 Kuper International Realty....................................................................... 80 La Vraie Beauty....................................................................................... 88 Laurie Sanders LTD................................................................................. 26 Lee Lee Shoes........................................................................................ 94 Lee Michaels Fine Jewerly...................................................................... 69 Legal Page underwriting / Hornberger.................................................... 40 Leslie Cheatham Designs....................................................................... 89 Lewis Air Legends................................................................................... 70 Lincoln Heights Animal Hospital............................................................. 45 LaSalle Railway......................................................................................... 9 Luther King Capital Management........................................................... 44 M Interiors............................................................................................... 71 Mark Thornton, M.D................................................................................ 36 Marsh McLennan Agency....................................................................... 81 Mauze Construction................................................................................ 14 Mazurek Belden & Burke PC................................................................... 40 McNay..................................................................................................... 33 Meadow.................................................................................................. 84 Memory Lane.......................................................................................... 88 Merlin 1................................................................................................... 36

Sponsored by the Jack and Valerie Guenther Foundation 98

Merrill.................................................................................................................. 64 Methodist Healthcare.......................................................................................... 85 Mission Park....................................................................................................... 97 Mission / History Page.......................................................................................... 8 Neiman Marcus / New Sponsors........................................................................ 17 Nic Abbey............................................................................................................ 15 NIX Realty.......................................................................................................... 49 North Park Luxury............................................................................................... 99 Norton Rose Fulbright......................................................................................... 92 O’Krent’s Floors.................................................................................................. 14 Oculus Eyewear.................................................................................................. 76 Online Prize Donors............................................................................................ 18 Orville Carr.......................................................................................................... 63 Paesenos............................................................................................................ 68 Palmer Todd........................................................................................................ 76 Paloma Blanca / Chris Madrid’s.......................................................................... 55 Past Presidents - C..H. Guenther & Son..................................................... 56 – 57 Patron Page.......................................................................................................... 5 Phyllis Browning.................................................................................................. 73 PNC Bank........................................................................................................... 83 Presidio Title....................................................................................................... 62 Prestigious Mark................................................................................................. 29 Prizes Page......................................................................................................... 16 Pure Pastures...................................................................................................... 43 Ranching Friends................................................................................................ 89 RC Page Constuction......................................................................................... 25 Red McCombs Automotive................................................................................. 32 Reilly Clothing..................................................................................................... 82 Respite House - Charitable Focus...................................................................... 22 Respite Care Story Ad........................................................................................ 34 Rockefeller Capital Management........................................................................ 88 Roja..................................................................................................................... 73 Roto Intro Page..................................................................................................... 3 SADA................................................................................................................... 96 Saint Mary’s Hall................................................................................................. 75 Saks Fifth Avenue - CBA Officers................................................................... 6 – 7 Salado Creek Family Dental................................................................................ 26 San Antonio Academy........................................................................................ 95 San Antonio Humane Society............................................................................. 54 San Antonio Zoo................................................................................................. 65 Sanger & Altgelt.................................................................................................. 72 Sarah Palmer Art................................................................................................. 26 Satel’s.................................................................................................................. 94 Sendero Wealth Management............................................................................. 78 Shafer Services / Board Members.............................................................. 12 – 13 Sorella Clothing Company.................................................................................. 29 St. Anthony’s School........................................................................................... 30 St. David’s Episcopal School.............................................................................. 28 St. Luke’s Episcopal School............................................................................... 47 START Center...................................................................................................... 91 Story Ad Respite House...................................................................................... 34 Sunset and Co.................................................................................................... 84 Sunshine Cottage Story Ad................................................................................ 38 Sunshine Cottage................................................................................................. 4 Ted Voss Metals.................................................................................................. 42 Texas Capital Bank............................................................................................. 62 Texas Dermatology - John Browning MD........................................................... 20 Thad Ziegler Glass.............................................................................................. 14 The Bank of San Antonio.................................................................................... 24 The Children’s Bereavement Center Story Ad.................................................... 54 The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Foundation........................................... 74 The Emergency Clinic......................................................................................... 29 The Jewelry Store............................................................................................... 60 The Red Berry Estate............................................................................................ 7 Tiny Finch............................................................................................................ 71 TMI Episcopal School......................................................................................... 27 Todd Romano...................................................................................................... 49 Touchstone Communities................................................................................... 79 Tracy Williams..................................................................................................... 25 Trans Pecos Bank............................................................................................... 93 Trinity Flowers..................................................................................................... 19 Troy Jessee......................................................................................................... 94 Urology San Antonio........................................................................................... 68 Vaulkshire Investment Advisors.......................................................................... 26 Vogt Auction........................................................................................................ 76 Windmill Ice House............................................................................................. 32 Witte Museum / SAMM....................................................................................... 31 Worth and Associates......................................................................................... 77


North Park Luxury—Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kahlig (owner), granddaughter, Courtney Duphorne, Elizabeth Boddy

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Julian Gold—Terrie Musselman (Chairman of the Board 2022) and Jamie Musselman 10 0