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05-06-2024 Newsletter

Thanks for Making the KWVH Derby Day Party A HUGE Success!

Saturday's KWVH Kentucky Derby Party Presented by Ozona Bank had it all -- horses, hats, mint juleps, Star Wars characters, and most of all -- FUN! Thanks to everyone for attending, volunteering, underwriting, and contributing -- all to make the party the Wimberley Valley's premier shindig.

 

It was also an incredibly successful fundraiser for your very own community radio station. Donations are still coming in and numbers are still being tallied, but it's safe to say that this Derby party will go down as the largest fundraiser in KWVH history.

 

Your support helps us to complete our tower project, replenish our emergency funds, and continue providing hyper-local information, entertainment, and Texan sports to the Wimberley Valley.

 

The slideshow above (photos by Hannah Thomas) is just a glimpse into the party -- visit KWVH's Facebook and Instagram pages to see more of the festivities.


Robert Moreman Memorial Scholarship Fund

Awards Nearly $50k to Graduating Seniors

Congratulations to the seven graduating high school seniors who were each awarded $7000 in scholarships to further their careers in the arts and trades. The funds were awarded by the Robert Moreman Memorial Scholarship Committee, as part of the Wimberley Valley Arts and Cultural Alliance.

 

Pictured from left are Scholarship Committee members Dede Taylor (Chair) and Carl Rabenaldt (President), Wimberley High School scholarship recipients Elliot Richards, Adan Garcia, Ace Gonzales, Emmitt Cole, Nivea Perez, Molly Massey; Cathy Moreman (Robert's wife) and Debbie Egan (Scholarship Committee). In the lower photo are Cathy and Dede presenting the award to Audrey Majors at KAPS.

 

Thanks to the Wimberley Arts organization and those who donated to the scholarship fund!


Texan Baseball Takes Home the Bi-District Championship!

The Texan Baseball team just keeps a-rollin'. They swept La Vernia for the Bi-District Championship. They'll face off against El Campo in the Area Playoffs at Bastrop High School on May 9-10. Keep it going, boys!


Meanwhile, the Boys Golf team got it done last week, with a second place team win and an individual state championship by Jaxon Donaldson. 

 

Last but certainly not least, hats off to the 21 players and one coach from the girls and boys soccer teams who were named to the 26-4A All-District teams.

 

The Wimberley Texans are finishing up the year STRONG!!


Barnabas Connection Hosting Mental Health First Aid Classes

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and the Barnabas Connection is hosting FREE Mental Health First Aid trainings for adults and youth. The course teaches how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental health and substance use challenges and help get appropriate treatment and support.

 

Sign up for an adult course on May 9 or May 21, and a youth course on May 13. Spots are limited for this very important program, so get registered today.

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