Barbed Wire Bash

Organizers of the Resource and Crisis Center of Galveston County’s Barbed Wire Bash event thank the public for “a great success.” ABOVE: Kay Barbour, mainland resale director at the Resource Crisis Center Thrift Stores, shows one of the many prom dresses available in Texas City in 2011. The center sells affordable prom attire for both girls and boys.

KEVIN M. COX/The Daily News file photo

On behalf of myself, Samantha Coats and the Resource and Crisis Center of Galveston County, I want to give a huge thank you to those of you that helped make our Barbed Wire Bash event a great success.

Third Coast Syndicate, Double M Cookers, Del Papa, Dienst, Kempner Capital, Downtown Blooms, UTMB Emergency Services, AMOCO Credit Union, Bridgette Landis, Regent Care, Neptune Properties, Miller Environmental and the many other individual sponsors.

Look forward to working with you all next year and plan to be bigger and even better!

The women, children and men we continue to help thank you also. Congratulations to Albert Martinez of Rosharon for winning our raffle prize.

Jennie Meyer


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