Together with representatives from CEFCO/Fikes, Monteith Abstract & Title Company, and PNC Bank, members of the Visionaries present a check for $452,983 to McLane Children’s following the record-breaking event. 

Thanks, y'all!

The Visionaries' Boots & Bandanas event raises more than $450,000!

After a long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Visionaries came back in a big way at their 2022 Boots & Bandanas event on April 30, raising more than $450,000 for Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s Medical Center. That’s almost double the amount raised the last time the event was held in 2019!

The sold-out event at Schoepf’s BBQ in Belton featured country artists Tracy Byrd and Rick Trevino, dinner, dancing, and both a live and silent auction. Net proceeds from the event will be used to meet various needs at McLane Children’s, such as advanced equipment, specialized training, and support programs.

“Our community has always been so generous in their support of McLane Children’s and our young patients,” says Lori Luppino, interim president for the Baylor Scott & White Central Texas Foundation. “It’s wonderful to see so many share our passion for quality healthcare for the children of Central Texas.”

A special thanks goes out to featured sponsors CEFCO/Fikes, KCEN-TV, Monteith Abstract & Title Company, and PNC Bank, as well as all our sponsors, donors, and everyone who worked to make this event such a great success.

More than 700 guests do-si-doed to music by country artists Tracy Byrd and Rick Trevino.
Guests participated in both a live and silent auction.

Guests browse silent auction items, such as a guitar autographed by Tracy Byrd.
KCEN-TV news anchors Kris Radcliffe and Leslie Draffin emceed the event.

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