2022 TCF T-Shirt Contest Winners

The Texas Crab Festival Committee received five outstanding entries in the annual TCF T-shirt design contest, and the winning designs were selected last week. The first place design will be printed on the official 2022 Texas Crab Festival T-shirt which will be available for purchase as early as next month. The runner-up design will be printed on the “Crab Patrol” T-shirts worn by all volunteers at the festival. A Big Thanks to all the artists who participated in this time honored TCF tradition.

Congratulations to the winners!

Winner – Jerry Goen
Winner - Jerry Goen
For the second year in a row Jerry Goen’s design is the winner. Jerry is a graphic designer by trade. His family had a place near Rollover Pass and he began visiting Bolivar at an early age where he would fish and spend lots of family gatherings. But, like so many others, Hurricane Ike changed all that. He has hopes to rebuild a home on the very same lot, with the intention of living there permanently, creating art design and putting down roots in the Bolivar Peninsula Community.

Runner-up - Diane Taylor
Runner Up – Diane Taylor
Diane Mc Farland Taylor, affectionately known as “Di”. Graduated Longview High School, 1973, “Go Lobos”. A recent retired Huffman, Texas Art teacher. Since retirement time has been freed to reunite with childhood friends. Di loves the atmosphere of Bolivar Peninsula, The Fraternal Order of Eagles, The CBCC, Pastor Kaye Sims and her forever friend Katie Coghlan. Di has a tender spot for animals, fostering elderly dogs and working with The Harleys Angels rescue group.

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3 Responses to “2022 TCF T-Shirt Contest Winners”

  1. Beth says:

    I love the runner up! It’s a new feel and contains the elements required for entry.

  2. Tracy N Maxwell says:

    I love the winner but the crab with Sunglasses is really fun.

    I think local t-shiers with that graphic would sell really well. The word festival could be taken off.

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