The recent floods have left a devastating swath of destruction and some communities are needing help – either through financial donations or with items.
Kadobe’s will be hosting a fundraising effort – along with various businesses, community groups, Atascosa Sheriff’s Office and the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce – on Sunday June 14 at Coughran Hall.
Live music and a barbeque meal plus silent and live auctions will be available to help flood victims of Blanco, Wimberley, Martindale, San Marcos and the Houston area.
Music entertainment will start at 2 p.m. with Brad Jenschke of South Texas Rainmakers. Chris Saucedo will take the stage at 4 p.m. The auctions will be held from 5-6 p.m. and Brett Mullins Band will perform from 6-8 p.m. to end out the event.
Cost will be $10 per person and BBQ plates will be sold for $6. Free beverages, bouncy castle and face painting will be available, too.
Organizers for the efforts to help the flood victims will accept the following donations: baby food, dog and cat food, trash bags, shovels, water, toothpaste, tooth brushes, shampoo, individualyl wrapped food/snack items, body soaps, brushes, toiletry items, canned food, disposable face masks, bug spray, sun block, diapers, wipes and toys. They are running out of food and manpower everyday. Items may be dropped off at the Pleasanton Express office.
Visit Facebook pages Wimberley Flood 2015, Texas Flood 2015 and Martindale Texas 2015 for more information.