Hi everyone.  We have some updates on tomorrow’s IBC Recovery Cookout.  We want to recognize and thank our co-sponsors for this Island event:  Mod Coffee & Tea House for their generous support by providing brisket, WillThing LLC for bringing Galveston’s Brandon McDermott Band, and Kroger’s Grocery Store for donating supplies like paper plates, plastic utensils etc.  Also we would like to thank Galveston.com for their support by posting information about this event on their website.

We hope to see all of you there.  We truly appreciate all of the emails we’ve received from locals and Galveston supporters from across Texas and the United States.  For those of you making the trip to the Island to help – a big thank you to you too!

One more item:  New IBC shirts will be available tomorrow at the cookout.  25% of all proceeds will go to the Historic Downtown Galveston Partnership to support the recovery and revitalization of downtown Galveston.  The original IBC decal will also be available with purchase of a t-shirt and a new decal will be available also.

Again, thank you to all Islanders and those who love the Island for what you are doing to recover and rebuild our community.  See you tomorrow!

IBC Recovery Cookout at Nautical Antiques & Decor (corner of 23rd/Tremont St. & Winnie) beginning at 3pm on Saturday, Oct. 4.



Adrienne has been an IBC since 1998 when she came to Galveston to attend Texas A&M. Together with her husband and chocolate lab, she owns and operates Nautical Antiques & Tropical Decor (better known by the website address as the PiecesOfShip.com shop!). She’s also an ordained minister!

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