Butler Longhorn Museum Q & A  4/9/2007


online images by www.wiredin.cc   
photos by Eddie Harper

For  high quality prints contact us by:
eddie@wiredin.cc

2- 5x7's just $10 (does not have to be the same photo) more info
Feel free to download and email any of our images at no cost

Butler Longhorn Museum Q & A

The Butler Longhorn Museum held a Q and A session for some of it’s supporters on April 9th. The session took place at Butlers Courtyard in League City. Not many questions were asked but Jennifer Wycoff - van der Wal, curator of the museum was prepared to have the answers. She had in attendance Longhorn Breeders, a Galveston County Historian, elected officials, future elected officials, even family members of some of the Italians that immigrated to League City last century. The main issue seemed to be “When will the City show real support so that the museum will have some credibility?”
Speakers at Butler Courtyard’s 4/9/07 Butler Longhorn Museum Event included: “Walking Man” Bill Callahan, Houston Live Sock & Rodeo Steer Auction Committee, Friends of BLM-Longhorn Council, Fundraiser, Auctioneer; Kaso Kety, Texas Longhorn Breeders Association Director Central/Eastern US, Butler Longhorn Breeders Association Pres, Friends of BLM Vice President Longhorn Council, Larry Taylor State Representative, non- profit Auctioneer; Alecya Gallaway, U of H Historian, Butler Family Historian; Jennifer Wycoff Curator/Director of Butler Longhorn Museum; Nancy & Ronnie Richards owners of Butler’s Courtyard, Board of Directors Chamber of League City of League City; Janice Dunnin owner Butlers Courtyard; Genevieve & Marvin Weyer Texas Rodeo Hall of Fame Inductees, Bette Specion, President of the friends of the Butler Longhorn Museum, and “Misslettie” The Singing Cow Girl.
The event was a tremendous success as a gathering with the fine people of League City and other States. We did not plan the event to be a fund raiser, rather an informational exchange for the League City Council Members, Chamber of Commerce Members and citizens. With the support of Ann Hacker of Black Rose Steel, the citizens and local business we quickly had an auction in place and raised $5000, 00 for exhibits. I sincerely appreciate the support of the citizens of our community participating in the event and all the above mention volunteers and donors.

 

IMG_8886 IMG_8887 IMG_8888 IMG_8889
IMG_8886.jpg IMG_8887.jpg IMG_8888.jpg IMG_8889.jpg
IMG_8890 IMG_8891 IMG_8892 IMG_8893
IMG_8890.jpg IMG_8891.jpg IMG_8892.jpg IMG_8893.jpg
IMG_8894 IMG_8895 IMG_8896 IMG_8897
IMG_8894.jpg IMG_8895.jpg IMG_8896.jpg IMG_8897.jpg
IMG_8898 IMG_8900 IMG_8901 IMG_8903
IMG_8898.jpg IMG_8900.jpg IMG_8901.jpg IMG_8903.jpg
IMG_8906 IMG_8907 IMG_8908 IMG_8909
IMG_8906.jpg IMG_8907.jpg IMG_8908.jpg IMG_8909.jpg
IMG_8910 IMG_8911 IMG_8912 IMG_8913
IMG_8910.jpg IMG_8911.jpg IMG_8912.jpg IMG_8913.jpg
IMG_8914 IMG_8915 IMG_8916 IMG_8918
IMG_8914.jpg IMG_8915.jpg IMG_8916.jpg IMG_8918.jpg
IMG_8922 IMG_8923 IMG_8924 IMG_8927
IMG_8922.jpg IMG_8923.jpg IMG_8924.jpg IMG_8927.jpg
IMG_8928 IMG_8929 IMG_8930 IMG_8931
IMG_8928.jpg IMG_8929.jpg IMG_8930.jpg IMG_8931.jpg
IMG_8932 IMG_8933 IMG_8935 IMG_8936
IMG_8932.jpg IMG_8933.jpg IMG_8935.jpg IMG_8936.jpg
IMG_8937 IMG_8938 IMG_8940 IMG_8941
IMG_8937.jpg IMG_8938.jpg IMG_8940.jpg IMG_8941.jpg
IMG_8942 IMG_8943 IMG_8944 IMG_8945
IMG_8942.jpg IMG_8943.jpg IMG_8944.jpg IMG_8945.jpg
IMG_8946 IMG_8947 IMG_8950 IMG_8951
IMG_8946.jpg IMG_8947.jpg IMG_8950.jpg IMG_8951.jpg
IMG_8952 IMG_8953    
IMG_8952.jpg IMG_8953.jpg