Dinners, silent auctions, bake sales—those are some typical fundraising methods. But when the Texas Exes Montgomery County Chapter needed to raise money for scholarships, they decided to get creative.
Last Thursday, 44 alumni and friends gathered at Painting with a Twist in the Woodlands to pay homage to a classic Longhorn landmark: the Tower. The evening raised more than $1,000 for the chapter’s scholarship fund. “Perhaps we will paint Bevo next,” says chapter treasurer Patrick Cahill, BBA ’82, who organized the event.
Photo courtesy Patrick Cahill
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