River Heroes of the Highland Lakes

An evening of celebration, networking, and fundraising for our state’s lifeblood and greatest natural resource, the Texas Colorado River. Help us honor those who protect its vitality!

June 3rd
4:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Lakeside Pavilion 307 Buena Vista Marble Falls, Texas

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THANK YOU TO OUR PRESENTING SPONSOR!
Prosperity Bank

Join Colorado River Alliance and the Highland Lakes community for an evening of celebration, networking, and fundraising for our state’s lifeblood and greatest natural resource, the Texas Colorado River.  Help us honor those who protect its vitality!

You will hear from local leaders and Colorado River Alliance about successful efforts to improve water quality, protect water quantity, and engage youth in the preservation of the future of the river. The evening will culminate with the presentation of the first Colorado River Alliance Highland Lakes River Hero Awards! All funds raised support youth education and community outreach to protect the Texas Colorado River and keep it healthy for future generations.

RIVER HERO AWARD HONOREES
City of Horseshoe Bay | Colorado River Watch Network | First Baptist Church | Texas Baptist Men 

PLANNING COMMITTEE
Jeff Koska
City of Horseshoe Bay, Director of Community Services
Jarrod Metzgar
Marble Falls/ Lake LBJ CoC & CVB, Executive Director
Melody Yanniell
Kingsland/ Lake LBJ CoC, President

Bittersweet Cakes Catering | Save The World Brewing Co | Wedding Oak Winery

RAFFLE TICKETS!

SPONSORSHIPS
Sponsor Packet | Sponsor Form
All sponsorships can be paid by check to avoid credit card fees. Please make checks payable to Colorado River Alliance and submit with a completed sponsorship form. Checks can be mailed to PO Box 50029, Austin, TX 78763. 
Contact Keri Pearson at keri@coloradoriver.org for more information.

June 3rd 2021

Lakeside Pavilion 307 Buena Vista Marble Falls, Texas

Colorado River Alliance

Colorado River Alliance is a nonprofit organization with the mission to champion the long-term vitality of the Texas Colorado River through education and engagement. We believe a healthy, flowing river is imperative to the long-term well-being of Texans, our communities, and our state. We dedicate resources, time, and energy to empowering Texans with knowledge about how to protect the Texas Colorado River to ensure its long-term vitality. We focus our efforts on youth outreach and informal water-science STEM education.