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Would You Like to Help a Child?
Wednesday, February 8, 2012 • Posted February 8, 2012

Bluebonnet CASA will be having their fourth annual “Hearts for Hope” Gala this Saturday February 11 at the Old Peanut Mill Steakhouse. The night begins at 5pm with the social hour and then the meal to follow at 6pm. Come out and bid on some exciting silent auction items as well as our live auction that will start at 7pm. Then dance the night away with the music of Jody Nix and the Texas Cowboys. Our staff, board, volunteers, and “Friends of CASA”, have worked very hard to bring in new and different auction items. We have some beautiful jewelry from local artisans like Michele Smith and Diane Eames. We also have some exciting sports memorabilia including Lance Berkman autographed jersey and a Denver Broncos autographed football that includes Tim Tebow. We also have an autographed football and picture from the Pride of Mason, our 2011 State Champs. We have a beautiful piece of chainsaw art with the Puncher logo donated by talented musician Doug Moreland. You can buy your valentine an exciting weekend getaway to The Island on Lake Travis resort and spa or Perini Ranch B&B. These are just a few of the wonderful items that have been donated to us for auction. There is something for everyone’s pocket book. Most importantly, remember that your money goes to help us serve the abused and neglected children in our area. Unfortunately, child abuse is a growing epidemic and we here at Bluebonnet CASA our trying to do our part to help those innocent victims that cannot help themselves. What a great way to be a Champion for Children! Tickets are $50 and can be purchased at Mason National Bank or the Bluebonnet CASA office. For more information contact us at 347-6474. This year celebrate Valentine’s Day with the one you love by helping others. Life up a child’s voice….. a child’s life.

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