This year TBAR was honored with “Best Overall” float in the Brenham Lighted Christmas Parade! You can watch the full parade here:
(we appear at 28:00)
Cure the winter blues at Yankee’s Tavern on January 27th!
Enjoy a chili cook-off, Brazos Valley All-Star band, a silent auction, and the Steel Horses Ride to Help Real Horses! Join us to eat or cook. Proceeds benefit True Blue Animal Rescue.
Plus! College Station Truck Club will be hosting their 3rd Annual CSTC Show & Shine. Get details at https://www.facebook.com/
Love to eat? $5 gets you a wristband to taste all the chilis entered in the People’s Choice competition.
Want to be a table judge? Email Heather@RiderMarketing.com
People’s Choice – Free to enter w/ Cash Prizes; Cook for the crowd to taste!
H-D Challenge (Open Chili) – This is the category to enter if you want to cook chili. $10 Entry Fee; Turn-in @ 2pm.
H-D Showmanship Challenge (Best Booth Presentation) – Show the spirit & decorate your booth! Free to Enter.
50/50 Bean Challenge – It’s a pot of beans, any type of beans. $10 Entry Fee; Turn-in @ 1pm.
CASI Chili – $25; Turn-in @ 2pm; Grind only
CASI Showmanship – Free with CASI Chili Entry; Judging at 2:30 – 3:30
H-D Challenge – This is the chili cook-off for non-CASI cooks. The only rule is that it must be safe to eat. Judging will be conducted by a table of judges. The chili must be cooked on-site the day of the event.
People’s Choice Chili – Hand out chili to the public to earn their vote! This one is free to enter. Just bring extra chili to hand out to the public. The only rule is that it must be safe to eat.
H-D Showmanship Challenge – Decorate your booth and show spirit while you cook!
CASI Chili cooking and showmanship rules can be found herehttps://www.casichili.net/
More info: Facebook Event Page
True Blue Animal Rescue joined forces with Brenham Animal Services at Main Street House Bed & Breakfast. A great big thank you to Jill Evans for hosting this event and holding a raffle to raise money for True Blue Animal Rescue. Pictured is Melanie DeAeth and Jill Evans, True Blue Animal Rescue’s tables and a happy ending for one of Brenham Animal Service’s Dogs. In the end four dogs and a cat went to furever homes during this event making it a huge success for all!
True Blue Animal Rescue has lots of puppies looking for homes. Check out www.t-bar.org if you’re thinking about adopting. — with Jill Ford Evans.
At the Main Street House Bed & Breakfast: 409 East Main Street in Brenham
All crafted by local and regional artisans.
We’re accepting donations of pet food, bedding, towels, etc.
Watch Juan Vendrell of TC Ranche Horsemanship train TBAR rescue horses while you learn how to work with and handle horses.
11:00-12:00: Beginners to Intermediate
12:00-1:00: Break for Lunch
1:00-3:00: Intermediate to Advanced
There is no charge to attend. Sandwich and chips box lunches will be available for $5 and we’ll have horse tack and supplies for sale with all proceeds and donations going to help the displaced animals of Hurricane Harvey.
Author Susan Broesche will be there to sigh copies of her book. ‘Susan’s Sunrise Surprise’ a story about a little girl and her love for horses.
It was a gorgeous day for the Carnival at the Dog Park, hosted by Animal Friends of Washington County.
Several local businesses in Brenham come out for the event. There were giant turtles, snakes, longhorn cows for people to pet and ride along with police dog search and rescue demonstrations. Animal Friends of Washington Co hosts this event each year right outside of the clinic inside the wonderful new dog park on Hwy 36. They provide free food, drinks, and music from local bands. All of our dogs had fun and got plenty of attention, and one of our dogs found her forever home and was adopted.
During finals week Blinn College Brenham Office of Student Leadership and Activities hosts several events to help students get a break from the stress. One of these events is the opportunity to pet dogs, and this year a horse! TBAR loves working with Blinn SLA on this project.
True Blue Animal Rescue members brought a horse and several dogs to Blinn College in Brenham during their Buccaneer Blackout exam week. The animals are a fun way for the students to de-stress and relax so they’ll be able to continue with exams the following day. David Michener, Director or student leadership and activities, coordinated this event, called ‘Pets for Less Stress’ at Blinn. True Blue Animal Rescue is proud to support the community in this fun and innovative way.
Here’s a special photo shoot of Willie, the lovable cat at TBAR. He’s always front and center when we have visitors and as you can see, he was a big hit with the Brownie troop too!
TBAR volunteers and foster homes had a great time at the Bluebonnet Festival in Chappel Hill.We had items for donation and adoptable dogs that could be met and played with.
The Training Clinic was a great success. We all learned a lot watching Juan work with the rescue horses. The foster homes that brought horses went home with lots of new techniques to try while working with their horse to make them ready for adoption. We are all better at catching that hard to catch horse, round penning, lunging and ground driving our horses. Next session will be all about warming our horses up and riding! Do you want to meet some rescue horses and learn more about working with them? Watch our fb page and websitewww.t-bar.org for the next session or make an appointment to come meet them by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org