A Night of Nostalgia and Giving Back Greetings, Cuero ISD community! We are thrilled to share the resounding success of the 2023 "Concert for Classrooms," a harmonious evening that resonated with the timeless melodies of Motown's Super Groups, courtesy of the captivating Shadows of the 60’s tribute. Hosted on November 11th at the Cuero ISD Performing Arts Center, this event was not just a musical extravaganza but a testament to the power of community support for education.
A Symphony of Gratitude We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the Platinum Album Sponsors, Ted and Sheryl Winslow, and Denis and Sheryl Mueller, who, in loving memory of Susan Hamilton Wallis and Lanette Mueller Gips respectively, generously supported the event. Their commitment to the Cuero ISD Education Foundation's cause played a pivotal role in the evening's success. Special appreciation goes to our Gold Album Sponsor, H-E-B, whose continued support and dedication to the Cuero ISD Education Foundation have been invaluable. The contributions of Album of the Year Sponsors, including Paul and Debbi Gray, John Pokluda Family, and Ted and Sheryl Winslow, were instrumental in making the concert a reality.
A Melody of Support Thank you to this years Song of the Year Sponsors who joined hands in supporting this noteworthy cause: All Star Properties - Rhonda Jendrzey, Debra and David Baros, Cuero National Bank, Cuero Regional Hospital, Found It Realty - James and Rebecca Dawson, Margie Koenning Dickerson, Dietze & Reese, Donald and Betty Jo Elder, Pat and Karyn Elder, Dr. John and Kathy Frels, Donnie and Mary Sue Garrison, Ilene B. Gohmert CPA, Darwin and Mary Koenning, Lamar Advertising of Victoria, Linebarger Goggan Blair and Sampson, Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, James and Yvonne Meischen, Dale and Becky Murray, Robert L. Oliver, Rockefeller Capital Management, TrustTexas Bank, Walmart, Weber Motor Company, and Wildwood Ranch - Bibbe Wilde.
A Chorus of Appreciation
To all of our many One Hit Wonder Sponsors, thank you for your generosity and support: ABN Construction, James Patrick and Sandra Anders, Richard and Rachel Borchard, BRB Concepts, LLC, Chuck and Sharon Bauer, Gerald and Flavia Bitterly, Paul and Doris Breeden, Paul and Cathy Celauro, James and Amy Crain, Don and Shirlene Crawford, Brian and Maggie Cromeens, Cuero Nursing and Rehabilitation, Cuero Pecan House, Davis Entities, DeWitt County Producers, DeWitt Dental Professionals, Double O Bar Ranch - Tom and Gayle Batts, Freund Funeral Home - Eric and Dawn Draper, Edward Jones - Russell Goebel, Edward Jones - Tyler McClellan, William and Stacy Finney, Tooter and Margo Flack, Ful-P-Pep - Greg and Sara Gossett, Carol and John Hildebrand, Cindy and Paul Holcomb, Bobby and Jan Jacob, Roseann Jacob, David and Cindy James, Dr. and Mrs. Kerwin Kahlich, KC Rent Homes - Stanley Koenig, KN Rootbeer Drive-In, Wes and Courtney Kubesch, Kirk and Polly Langing, Legacy Companies, Dr. Pam Longbotham and Ramsey Longbotham, Long Branch Ranch and Ag Services, Kathy and Henry Luddeke, Marathon Oil, Bill and Pam Matthys, Peggy and Jimmy Mayer, Alton and Sara Meyer, Patricia and Judd Miller, O&G Rocks, Prosperity Bank, Clayton and Amanda Rickman, RNC Insurance - Will Carbonara, Glenn and Linda Ruschhaupt, Dee Sager and Vicki Coppedge, Kenneth and Kelli Schley, Jeannie and Warren Seidel, Joe L. and Faye Sheppard, Smolik's BBQ, South Star Management, Darryl and Nancy Stefka, Surface Burial - Alexis and Justin Cooper, Selena Condie - Texas Country Realty, TQMS, VCS Companies, Victoria Radioworks, W.A. and Denise Afflerbach, Bonnie and Rick Wheeler, and Sandy White.
Investing in Education, One Note at a Time The generous support of our sponsors serves as the lifeblood of the Cuero ISD Education Foundation, enabling us to fund grants for faculty and staff. These grants provide resources, projects, and programs that go beyond the scope of traditional school funding, enriching the educational experience for Cuero ISD students and teachers alike.
A Community in Harmony To the entire community, your attendance, enthusiasm, and support transformed the "Concert for Classrooms" into a resounding success. Your commitment directly impacts the educational landscape of Cuero ISD, fostering an environment of excellence.
Looking Ahead with Gratitude As we reflect on the triumph of the 2023 "Concert for Classrooms," we are filled with gratitude. The generosity of our sponsors and the unwavering support of the community affirm our collective dedication to the advancement of education in Cuero ISD. We eagerly anticipate continuing this tradition of excellence and building a future where the melody of education continues to inspire and uplift.
Sincerely, Sean Douglas
Executive Director Cuero ISD Education Foundation