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Cedar Park Heritage Festival and Parade

MMBC Cedar Park Heritage Festival

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On April 9th the Mr and Mrs Bass club of Austin made an appearance at the Cedar Park Heritage festival and parade.  Jessie and Gina Martinez, Rosemarie and Pete Trevino, Robert and Leslie Brown with daughter Lilly, Brent Parish, Leslie Killough and daughters Tori and Katlyn all showed up to be a part of the parade.  Rosemarie and Pete had a bubble machine and large stuffed tiger on their boat with proved to be a big hit with the crowds.



Georgetown Red Poppy Festival Parade

MMBC Georgetown Red Poppy Parade

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Then again on April 16 The Mr and Mrs Bass Club made another parade appearance only this time in Georgetown for its annual Red Poppy Festival.  Pete and Rose Trevino and Brent Parish along with step daughters Tori and Katlyn all showed up to participate in the event.  The bubble machine once again was a big hit and thanks to Glenda Summers, the Parish boat had a large stuffed bass on board which seemed to be quite the conversation starter.

Many thanks to everyone who took the time to participate.  It was a lot of fun waving and smiling to all the parade attendees.  I look forward to doing more of these in the future and hope that you do too.

2010 Stuffed Animal Donations Rosemarie Trevino

Rosemarie Trevino with donated stuffed animals

Members of the Mr.  & Mrs. Bass Club gathered stuffed animals and children’s books thought out the year to donate to Brown Santa.  Ninety Five stuffed animals and 29 children’s books were collected and delivered to Brown Santa in time for Christmas gifts.

One Hundred and eighty dollars was collected from our annual raffle and was donated to the Capital Area Food Bank; this provided 540 meals for Austin families.

2010 Stuffed Animal Donations

Stuffed Animal Donations

Soldier on the water 2010Soldier on the Water 2010

By Pete Trevino

Soldier on the water was put on by Canyon Bass Club at Lake Bastrop and had many sponsors.

Tony Brawdy was the soldier in my boat, he’s from Oklahoma. (I didn’t hold it against him)

All of the servicemen and servicewomen that participated had been injured on the battlefield.
Most of them had walking canes, others walked with a limp , one was in a wheelchair (his legs had been removed).

It was truly awesome to be able to spend a day with one of our soldiers who had been over there “taking care of business”.
He used to be a 50 cal-gunner, is now recovering from is wounds and will be getting out of the service at the end of this year.

On the way home I couldn’t help to think of what the men and women in the service have to go through so we can have the freedom to go fishing and live the country that is so wonderful…

I hope next year more of the Mr and Mrs can participate in this great outing or one similar.

-Pete Trevino


Susan G. Komen for the Cure
Capital Area Food Bank
Any Baby Can
Safe Place
Coats for Kids

Volunteer Events:

Take a Soldier Fishing
“Boysville” – A day of fishing with children from an orphanage in San Antonio

stuffed animals for Blue SantaRosemarie Trevino suggested that members donate gently used stuffed animals and books (can often be found at thrift stores) and bring them to club meetings. She will distribute them to Blue Santa as there is a great need.

Please contact Rosemarie for further information.