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Helping Wimberley Valley


Financial donations for the Wimberley Valley flood recovery can be made to "Barnabas Connection Flood Relief" and mailed to The Barnabas Connection, PO Box 737 Wimberley, TX 78676. Donations can also be submitted at Ozona National Bank, 101 River Road, Wimberley, TX 78676 and a Barnabas receipt will be provided from the bank.
Online donations can be made at http://www.barnabasconnects.org/wimberley-flood-2015/ through PayPal. The Barnabas Connection will partner with the State Disaster Relief Coordinator to coordinate the disbursement of funds to Wimberley Valley residents.
Stone Valley Texas Music Park in Johnson City is hosting a music festival to raise funds for Blanco River flood victims on June 13.
One hundred percent of the proceeds will go to those in need through the Austin Disaster Relief Network, providing gift cards to victims and equipment to remove debris.
The festival will be at 7508 US Hwy. 290 W, Johnson City, from noon until midnight on Saturday, June 13. There will be three stages accommodating the performances of 15 different bands including headliner Hal Ketchum, along with Frank Iarossi, London & David, Rust Tones, Braydon Zink, Jim Raby, Jesse Stratton and more. Ketchum will perform at 8 pm.
Food and drink will be available to purchase as well as an amazing silent auction.
General Admission tickets are $25. Parking is plentiful and free. Tickets are available at www.stonevalleytexas.com. Just click TICKETS on the home page. If you can't attend, feel free to purchase a ticket or two, as your purchase will go to the proceeds to be donated. Remaining tickets will be available at the door, however by purchasing early it helps us make sure you have the best experience.