Texas Music Festival and Village Fair
Walter Hall Park, League City, Texas
May 1,2,3, 2009
This event will help raise fund for many important charities:
Texas Lions Camp
Texas Lions Camp is a residential camping facility for children with physical disabilities, type 1 diabetes and cancer.
SightFirst grants fight preventable and reversible blindness by building hospitals and clinics, training doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers, distributing medicine and raising awareness of eye disease. Lions’ districts work with their regional SightFirst technical advisor in developing SightFirst grant applications and project proposals.
Leader Dogs for the Blind
Founded in 1939, provides leader dogs for the blind at little or no cost.
Lions Eyebank of Texas
Collecting, processing and distributing human ocular tissue transplants.
Lions Club International Foundation
Established in 1952. Children and adult vision improvement and services for the blind.
The Devereux Texas Treatment Network is devoted to supporting the mission of Devereux by enhancing the
lives of its children, adults & families.
Butler Longhorn Museum
The Butler Longhorn Museum in League City, Texas, is a unique cultural attraction for tourists, displaying western art, music, Longhorn artifacts and Texas historical items. This Longhorn Museum will be the first of its kind and is expected to be included in the Guinness Book of Records for the world’s largest Longhorn history collec-
Interfaith Caring Ministries
Interfaith Caring Ministries was founded in 1985 by a group of citizens and local area churches concerned with the areas growing population of working poor families. They recognized a need for an alliance that would allow them to screen clients for need and offer services on a consistent basis. Since then, Interfaith Caring Ministries has been a cornerstone in helping to fill in gaps within government social service, health, and education. There are over 25,000 working poor families in ICM’s service area. In 2007, ICM served over 4,000 families.
For any organization to stand the test of time it must be able to keep up with the world around it. Through all of our 120 year history, the YMCA of the Greater Houston Area has been a place where people can find hope, fellowship and healing. The YMCA has always stayed true to its mission, values and purpose of helping persons grow in spirit, mind and body. With 38 centers and over 300 program locations serving eleven counties, the
YMCA of the Greater Houston Area is helping to build strong kids, strong families and strong communities.
The E.B. Webb Braille Collection
at the Helen Hall Public Library, League City Braille books for the blind
Lions Youth Outreach
Helps young people become responsible adult citizens and community leaders.
The D.A.R.E. Program
Gives kids the life skills they need to avoid involvement with drugs, gangs, and violence.
Future Farmers of America
Making a difference in young people by personal growth through agricultural education.
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