The Williamson Museum hosted one of Georgetown’s premiere events Oct. 19 at the Sheraton Georgetown; the 8th Annual Cattleman’s Ball. Museum Director Mickie Ross put on a spectacular evening to raise money for museum events and exhibits, as well as to celebrate Honoree SportClips CEO Gordon Logan and his family for their legacy of caring, generosity, and community involvement in Georgetown and across Williamson County.
The capacity crowd dismissed work, politics, and even sports rivalries to enjoy music, steaks, TapSnaps, raffles, and impressive silent and live auctions. Among the top prizes were a seven-day trip, artwork, jewelry, and special “to-do” things like a party for 20 at the Historic Courthouse during the Poppy Festival.
Honoree Gordon Logan and his wife Bettye have been recognized not only for the growth and success of their business but, since 2009, have also received many awards across Central Texas and nationally for philanthropy, with a focus on their family’s passion for Veteran support and agencies, and provide resources of all kinds for our youth.
The Cattleman’s Ball raises funds that enable the museum to provide engaging, hands-on programs to help families across the county “discover the stories.” All are welcome to become members of the museum to support their mission of providing leading-edge historical and cultural education with a focus on the heritage of Williamson County.