Wild Onion Ranch
April 1, 2017 | 6 PM - 11 PM
This is not your ordinary gala — it’s the 28th Annual Bandana Ball where guests wear their cowboy and cowgirl best for an evening of festivities. Upon walking through the gates of the beautiful Wild Onion Ranch, guests are greeted with signature cocktails designed especially for the event. During the cocktail hour, guests enjoy live music while partaking in an array of activities including photos with a Texas longhorn, snagging the winning bottle at the wine toss, enjoying a cigar at the cigar lounge, getting their boots shined and having the winning bid at an extensive silent auction. A rousing live auction during dinner typically includes fabulous experiences such as an Alaskan Salmon Fishing adventure and a fantastic Breckenridge getaway. And of course, the evening finishes with delicious desserts, fabulous music and dancing under the stars.
We are sincerely grateful to our Co-chairs Haley and Ryan Meyer.
This year we will celebrate the life of Denny Meyer
Denny has supported RMHC CTX since we opened our doors 32 years ago. Denny’s impact on our organization can be felt in many ways — from his involvement in our founding, to serving on our board and being a visionary behind many activities that have supported thousands of families. He was truly a champion for our organization and he will be dearly missed.
Interested in becoming a sponsor? Click here for our sponsorship packet.
Thank you to our 2017 Sponsors!
|American Bank||ASE Group||Austin Regional Clinic
|BB&T||Brink Bennett Flaherty PLLC||Bullchase Inc.|
|Capitol Anesthesiology Association||DCI Engineers||Friday Milner Lambert Turner, PLLC|
|Lauren and John Greenwood/Catherine and Sterling Howry||Hoar Construction||Beth and Patrick Ley
|LogistiCare||Cindy and Jim Lynn||Alyssa and Garrett Martin
|Haley and Ryan Meyer||Moroch||PiperBurnett|
|Royce Poinsett||Polkinghorn Group Architects||Premiere Events|
|Kim and Jeff Rose||Southwest Airlines||Stars in Your Eyes|
|The Beck Group||Tom Green & Co Engineers||UTAC|
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Keeping families together to help kids heal and cope better