About

2022 Cattle Baron’s Ball Committee List

Disney Harris and Sara Parr – Ball Chairs

After Ball

Kristen Payne*

After Sale

Gail Folloder*
Linda Lebow

Auction Advisors

Diane Cain*
Kelsey Wright*

Auction Chair

Samantha Derrett*

Live Auction

Camila Cubero*
Maggie Seeliger*

Big Board Auction

Jess Assunto*
Mary Beth Burgess*
Elly Ann Courtney
Amanda Estrada
Sarah Fitch
Lauren Lullo
Gayatri Garg
Katelyn Scates
Suzanne Stiles

Silent Auction

Krista Borstell
Emily Deatherage
Amanda Evans
Clair Hedgcoxe
Monica McNamara
Nicole Sergent
Stasie Smith*
Caitlin Trevett*
Darci Vasquez
Haylee Williamson

Auction Check Out

Diane Cain*

Auction Data Entry

Diane LeMaire*
Mary Hoffman

Beverage

Kenze Beyer
Dixie Meynier*

Car Raffle

Eydie Docherty
Francesca François Haas
Deana Haygood
Lorraine Koerner
Taylor McDaniel
Peggie Pentecost*
Kristin Wade

CBB Treasurers

Evie Grubb*
Rebecca Grubb*

Children’s Party

Amy Cassidy
Jennifer Friedmann
Anna Vazquez Hoffman*
Morgan McMahon
Laura Stein*
Amy Wallner

Children’s Projects

Pam Jones*

Clean-Up

Kelsey Gray
Laura Kemp Zito*

Decorations

Jennifer Harbison*
Karen Tellepsen

Dinner

Sheila Partin*
Mary Ann McKeithan

Entertainment

Robin Brennan Martin*
Ashley Plaeger

Finance/Underwriting

Allison Flikerski
Susie Gold
Alexandra Parga Ochoa
Peggie Pentecost
Ashley Plaeger
Karen Remington*
Karan Robinson
Krista Shamaly
Andrea Turur
Katherine Trapp
D’Lexis Royce
Jessica Younger

General Store

Leslie DeBow*
Marsha Hyslop
Christina Lang*

Gentlemen’s Committee

Cody Brown*
Emily Dickey
Amanda Estrada
Christiana Hilin*
Mary Ann Mason
Anne Rose
Katherine Trapp
Emily Wilkinson*

Historian

Kimberli Bowman-Bishop*

Hospitality – CBB Monthly Meetings

Disney Harris*

Hospitality – Ranch Week

Bebe Falik*
Raquel Lewis

Invitation Proofing

Jennifer Barron
Disney Harris*
Sara Parr*
Susan Ryan

Manpower

Taylor McDaniel*
Gayatri Garg

Physical Arrangements

Emily Anderson
Kathy Bennett
Annie Duckworth
Marissa Eubank
Gigi Harbison*
Jennifer Harbison
Linda Jenkins
Brooke Lubojasky
Molly McCoy
Amy Nogueira
Lelia Sprague
Renee Tebo
Edith Wittig van Wageningen*

Pig Races

Laura Blount
Elly Ann Courtney
Price DuBose*
Mary Hoffman
Anne Kennedy
Kit Klaes
Joanna Marks
Hannah McNair
Elizabeth Nemec
Krista Shamaly*

Public Relations

Jennifer Friedmann*
Katie Gonzales
Tiffany Halik*
Diane LeMaire
Lara Milam
Kim Padgett
Jamie Sava

Reservations

Alyssa Cooley
Sahar Johnsnon
Colleen Laflin
Kamisha Mickey*
Felicia Moodie
Kelsey Paulk
Becky Swope
Kayla Byars Thramer
Karen Robinson
Diane Walla

Signs

Tracie Morden*

The Saloon

Julia Tenhoeve*

Tote Bags

Jennifer Barron*
Katy Dunlap
Kelly Frazier
Kathryn Noser*
Becky Swope

VICTORY Shoppes

Mary Ann Baxter
Anita Fogtman
Ashley Plaeger*
Nita Johnson
Vivian Yeh
Kelsey Wright*

VIP Party

Elaine Balagia Croucher*
Ashley Plaeger*
Kelsey Wright*

Whiskey Pull

Stacia Cowan
Katy Dunlap
Robin Brennan Martin*
Sarah Miller
Ashley Plaeger*
Amy Wallner

Wine Pull

Bailey Coe Fee*
Lindsay Gentry
Marie Glover
Kelly Howell
Kit Klaes
Mary Love
Kate Raffaele*
Maggie Solomon

Yellow Roses

Lynn Glazer*

* Committee Chair

Our Cause

Through our partnership with the American Cancer Society, we are attacking cancer from every angle. And you can help us! Did you know that in 35 years, Cattle Baron’s Ball has raised over $60 million towards the ongoing pursuit of a cure for cancer? Those funds have stayed right here in Texas. Join the fight and help us continue to make a difference! Cattle Baron’s Ball continues to support the American Cancer Society in the following incredible ways:

$36 MILLION

in research grants funded at Texas Medical Institutions in the Greater Houston Area

6,689 CANCER PATIENTS

received help through our local programs and services

1,438 CANCER PATIENTS

were transported to their life-saving cancer treatments through our Road to
Recovery Program with 20,856 rides provided

1,195 PATIENTS

who traveled to Houston for their life-saving cancer care received
5,983 nights of lodging through our Guest Room Program

1,419 PATIENTS

received information through our American Cancer Society Personal Health Manager Kits

WHAT IS THE HOPE LODGE PROGRAM?

Many cancer patients face weeks or months of treatment away from home. At the same time, they often struggle to manage medical bills and other financial burdens associated with the costs of travel. Some patients even forgo treatment due to the strain of trying to find a place to stay and the cost. Located at 6801 Ardmore, conveniently near the Texas Medical Center, is the American Cancer Society’s largest living facility in the country; Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation Hope Lodge. The purpose of Hope Lodge is to provide free lodging and amenities for patients 12 and older undergoing active cancer treatment in Houston if they permanently reside 40 or more miles away. Patients must be referred by their health care provider.

More than just a roof over their heads, the 64-patient suite lodge acts as a home away from home for the patient and their family member/caregiver providing a nurturing community that helps them access the care they need. The Hope Lodge facility in Houston is funded strictly through generous community support which includes individuals, corporations and private trusts/foundations giving cancer patients and a family member/caregiver the opportunity of not having to worry about where to stay or how to pay for lodging, allowing them to focus on their health and healing. We are counting on you to be part of the Hope. Join VICTORY and the Cattle Baron’s Ball effort to leave a lasting legacy and help the lives of every cancer patient that walks through our doors with your gift.

NAMING RIGHTS OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDE:

Hope Lodge Welcome Plaza

$1 Million Dollar Commitment

Hope Lodge Floors

(Multiple Available)- $500,000 Commitment

East Kitchen/Pantry

$250,000 Commitment

Laundry Room

(Multiple Available)- $100,000 Commitment

Elevator Lobby

(Multiple Available)- $100,000 Commitment

Hope Lodge Entrance Covered Walkway

$75,000 Commitment

Patient Suites

(12 Available)- $50,000 Commitment

Garden Area Bench

(Multiple Available)- $25,000 Commitment

Ground Floor Area Bench

Multiple Available)- $25,000 Commitment

Personalized Pavers

(2 Sizes Available)- $500 or $1,500 Commitment

Cattle Baron’s Ball benefits are available with a donation of $25,000 and above to Hope Lodge through the 2022 Cattle Baron’s Ball.

American Cancer Society’s Research Investment in Texas For 2020-2023

Everyone knows someone affected by cancer. From attending the ball to purchasing a raffle ticket, get involved with Cattle Baron’s Ball however you can and help us continue making a difference! Visit American Cancer Society website to learn more.

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