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30th Annual Hill Country Home Tour

Thank you to everyone who made this year's home tour a huge success!


As a result of Civic Club's fundraising efforts during the 2016-17 year, area non-profit organizations received $50,000 in donations. $31,000 was awarded to graduating high school seniors in the Wimberley area.

Area Non-profit Organizations Who Received Donations in 2017
  • Animal Referral Friends
  • Barnabas Connection
  • Camp Good Samaritan
  • Combined Community Action/Meals on Wheels
  • Crisis Bread Basket
  • EmilyAnn Theatre & Gardens
  • Fig Tree
  • Friends of Blue Hole
  • Friends of the Library
  • Hill Country Community Band
  • Hill Country Herb Society
  • Mini Equine 2 U
  • My Neighbor's Keeper
  • PAWS Shelter & Humane Society
  • Society of St. Vincent de Paul
  • Starlight Symphony
  • Veterans Memorial Plaza
  • Water Testing
  • We Believe Women's Corporation
  • Wimberley Adoption Group & Rescue - WAG
  • Wimberley Community Chorus
  • Wimberley Gold Santa
  • Wimberley HS Academic Booster Club
  • Wimberley Players
  • Wimberley Ray of Hope Foundation
  • Wimberley Senior Citizens Activity
  • Wimberley Special Olympics
  • Wimberley Valley Art League
  • Wimberley Valley Habitat for Humanity
  • Wimberley Chamber of Commerce
  • Wimberley Valley Radio

Scholarship Recipients in 2017
  • Wimberley High School
    • Caroline Biggers
    • Tatum Calhoun
    • Samantha M. Guidry
    • Mariel Alexandra Mayhew
    • Cameron Paul Mendoza
    • Eric Nathan Sibley
    • Samuel Ray Valadez
    • Robert McCain Watson
    • Nathan Fuller Wilton
  • KAPS
    • Grace Downing
    • Jessica Lenz
    • Kili Alexis Salazar
    • Hannah Springs
    • Madison Rene Ybarra

Benevolent Fund

At each meeting members are encouraged to make small donations to the Hays-Caldwell Women's Center. At the close of the 2016-17 year, $1356 was donated from Civic Club members in addition to several baskets of toiletries and personal items for shelter residents. Many served there have had to leave their homes with no more than the clothes they are wearing. Our donations help make their circumstances less difficult. Other groups needing emergency funds may also receive part of this fund as well.

2018 Spring Event


Talk of the Town Dates
February 24, 2018
March 24, 2018

Wine Walk
April 5, 2018
Voted "Best Festival/Event Runner-up"

(Book download is almost 5MB so it could take a few minutes to download. The book is only for viewing. The registration link will appear on January 15th.)