By Brenda Cannon Henley
Excitement is in the air about the soon coming Texas Frog Fest on the Bolivar Peninsula. March 8 and 9, 2014 is going to be a spring break weekend long to be remembered. Meetings, planning, ordering, confirming, testing, and new ideas are being put into practice to make certain that this event meets all expectations from the entertainers performing on the big stage to each guest that attends.
Local officials in Galveston and Jefferson Counties are on board and are helping to make certain each safety concern is addressed properly. “The safety of all of our guests has been a priority throughout our planning,” said Brian Byrom, of BRINT Construction. “We want everyone that is involved to be comfortable, safe, and have a lot of fun. We are excited about the program, the participants, and our partners that are working to make it a huge success.”
All benefits from the Festival will go directly to the Lone Survivor Foundation and Terry Jung, executive director of the Foundation, is on board and very excited about this big event and the new retreat facility to be built on the Bolivar Peninsula. BRINT Construction has partnered with the Lone Survivor Foundation to make this wonderful dream a reality. Groundbreaking is set for April. (For full details, see “Growing interest in Lone Survivor Foundation Retreat Facility on the Bolivar Peninsula“, CBLN, 2014-02-04).
To purchase Frog Fest tickets, go to: tickets.nuttyjerrys.com
Much work has already gone into the planning and organizing of the Frog Fest. If you would like to be involved in one of the most exciting events ever planned for the Bolivar Peninsula, please let coordinators know right away. It will be here before you know it.
Please call Denise Lange at (409) 791-4131 or email [email protected] for general information about the Frog Fest. For professional media access on either day of the Fest, please call Brenda Cannon Henley at (409) 781-8788 or email [email protected] If you are willing to serve as a Volunteer Chair or in any form of volunteering, you may also call Brenda. We need all of our residents to be on board and on hand for this exciting two-day festival benefiting a most worthy cause.
The Lighthouse Charity Team, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, will provide equipment and volunteer labor to prepare meals for the Frog Fest visitors, allowing 100% of the proceeds to go to the Lone Survivor Foundation.
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