TCF Recognizes Volunteers

The 36th Annual Texas Crab Festival Volunteer Appreciation Gathering was held Sunday at the Festival Park Pavilion. The Texas Crab Festival committees and volunteers certainly have a lot to be thankful for and the celebration was truly in honor of each and every one of these people who poured their hearts and souls into the planning, dedication and success of this event. It’s nice to have a break, but I think everyone is eager and determined to make 2022, The 37th Annual Texas Crab Festival, even bigger and better!

2021 TCF Highlights

Record breaking crowds with good weather

70 Sponsor Businesses -14 of them new to TCF this year

Entertainment line-up with a blend of new acts and old favorites

Spectacular Fireworks displays both nights

Social Media coverage brought visitors from many states

Record Raffle Ticket sales at the Festival

Lively Live Auction with great prizes and competing bidders

(Elaine’s Chocolate Cake went for $2,000)

Very popular Silent Auction with vendor-donated items

New vendor layout – Most Vendors ever

Crab Legs Contest moved to the Main Stage

Shirts & Hats in high demand – sold out early

New Crab Race track busy all weekend

Lemonade Stand raised over $2500 for Crenshaw School

2-Step Dance Contest – Most dancers ever

Wiener Dog Races – Most dogs entered

Hard work of all volunteers

TCFC will award 13 new Scholarships this year

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One Response to “TCF Recognizes Volunteers”

  1. Mary Liz Singleton says:

    Who won the Wiener Dog races?

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