Saturday, March 21, 2020

  • 6:00 – 10:00 pm
  • Milltown Historic District, The Grande Ballroom
  • 490 Porter Street, New Braunfels, TX 78130
  • Raise funds to Stop 3009 Vulcan Quarry!

Help Preserve Our Hill Country Environment! Join us for our second annual fundraising dinner and auction—this year in the beautiful Grande Ballroom in Milltown Historic District. The evening is dedicated to raising funds for the continued legal fight against the proposed Vulcan quarry. We will also raise awareness of the long-term impacts of poorly regulated open-pit aggregate mining in Texas.

Enjoy gourmet food, libations, music, and dancing. Silent and live auctions will top off the evening as we toast everything that we love about our one-of-a-kind Hill Country—all while supporting a great cause!

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All proceeds will support legal counsel and experts needed for the ongoing fight against the proposed quarry. Limited number of tickets available so get yours today! Early Bird tickets, $100 per person ($125 after March 1).

Milltown Historic District, The Grande Ballroom
Milltown Historic District

Become a Sponsor

Please join your Texas Hill Country neighbors, help support our effort, and promote your business by sponsoring this event and/or donating auction items or services:

  • Financial contributions
  • Gift certificates
  • Food or spirits packages
  • Entertainment packages
  • Vendor packages
  • Vacation getaways
  • Sporting goods
  • Golf, hunting, and fishing packages

Someone from our organization would be happy to visit with you and discuss in more detail. Please contact us at stop3009vulcanquarry@gmail.com or (830) 885-2723 if you have questions or would like to help sponsor this event. Thank you for your consideration and love of our precious Hill Country!


Preserve Our Hill Country Environment (DBA Friends of Dry Comal Creek, Stop 3009 Vulcan Quarry) is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit social advocacy organization. Contributions are not tax deductible. All proceeds will support legal counsel and experts needed for the continued fight against the proposed Vulcan quarry.