Boysville’s boot-scootin’, bling-bearing and big-biddin’ 51st Annual Wildest Auction in the West raised more than $450,000 during an unforgettable night. The Alamo City’s most philanthropic cowboys and cowgirls dusted off their duds and gathered to raise the bar on fundraising.

There were fantastic items at the live and silent auctions, great grub, The Bret Mullins Band, Spurs legend Bruce Bowen and the one and only Michelle Beadle of “NBA Countdown.”  A great time was had by all.

At the Witte Museum, guests at “Cocktails & Culture” experienced the institution after-hours during an event exclusively for adults. This enchanted evening offered a tour of the exciting exhibit “Whales: Giants of the Deep” mixed with drinks, conversation and culinary delights from local food trucks.

Texas Cavaliers Commander Roger Hill recently announced the election of 14 new members.

They are Stuart “Lee” Cavender Jr., David Douglas Christian, Clayton Cullum Harrison, John William Hinchey, David Dowling Hornberger, Lance Woodley Littleton, Carlos Federico Longoria, Peter McLaughlin, David Keene Mauzé, Frederick “Gates” Mueller, Jackson Nahoum III, Tom Simms Oliver, Blake Stouffer and George “Bailey” Woods Jr.   

The Texas Cavaliers’ membership includes more than 500 business, civic and community leaders. The organization and its supporters have raised upwards of $2 million in the past 20 years for charitable causes.


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