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Mason County White Bluebonnet Hunt
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 • Posted April 18, 2014

Be one of the first 6 to find a white Bluebonnet in Mason County and win a prize from one of the following contest sponsors. This is a first attempt at what we hope will become an annual event, so please bear with any glitches or oversights. Your feedback is welcomed on how we can make this contest better in future years.

Here’s what to do to enter:

Find a White Bluebonnet in Mason County that has not yet been reported.

Take a picture and note the date, time and location.

Go to the FaceBook pages of ALL the following sponsors and click, “Like.”

1. One Kayak Rental

Llano River Region Adventures

2. A Paint n Sip Art Session

Painted Tree Studio

3. Dinner w/drink and *Complimentary Glass of Wine

Santos Tacqueria and *Sandstone Cellars Wine Bar

4. $25 In-Store Gift Certificate

The Thing Is Boutique

5. “Texas Back Country Hangouts” Guide Book

Authors, Rich Houston and Heather Kuhn

Finally, go to the Mason County Chamber of Commerce FaceBook site and click, ”Like.”

Post your image, including date, time and location found along with a comment about something you really like about Mason County.

Note whether you are a visitor or a resident.

6. One Mason County Promotional Item

Mason County Chamber of Commerce


After we have received 6 winners the contest is closed and the winners will be posted. There will be 3 resident winners and 3 visitor winners. Winners are allowed to choose the prize they want in the following order: 1st Visitor, 1st Resident, 2nd Visitor, 2nd Resident, 3rd Visitor, 3rd Resident. Decisions for the winners are final.


One image and location per post.

White Bluebonnets must not be altered or picked.

Images must not be altered and must be traceable to a location in Mason County.

Contest is open until all prizes are claimed or the flowers go to seed.

Organizers of the contest do not offer FaceBook training.

Questions, comments, concerns can be emailed to .

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