GENEROUS 2017-18 SPONSORS
Much of what we are able to do as an Association is possible because of those who help sponsor special events. Our ability to help fellow alumni, support our former home and hold reunions would not be possible without the generous contributions of these companies and individuals. Please express your gratitude and support
Sponsor of the Annual Meeting
Sponsor of the Legendary Picnic
Hole-In-One Sponsor - Eighth Year
FIRST UNITED BANK OF AMARILLO
Thank You Rodney Ruthart
Long Drive Contest Sponsor
Cross Pointe Auto
Chuck & Becky Farrell
Bobby & Cindy Sarpalius
United Food Products
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The dedication of the new home at BR, Waldrip Home, will take place on Saturday, Novemer 11th at 10:30 a.m. This is the first new home at BR in 15 years.
This new home is named for Lamont Waldrip, longtime Cal Farley's house parent, teacher, program director superintendent and Board member. The home will provide 12 new beds for boys.
We are invited to join in the dedication of this new home. Contact Sandra Sargus at the Cal Farley's town office to reserve a place. We need to let them know how many to expect.
CFBRAA contributed $2,000 to help furnish the new home. This is part of our chartered purpose, to support the good work being done by Cal Farley's Inc.
CFBRAA MISSION STATEMENT
CFBRAA was chartered to carry on the work begun in the lives of troubled kids by Cal Farley's Boys Ranch. It has grown to include former residents of Girlstown. The Charter identifies the purpose as:
1 - To supply aid and assistance in promoting the growth of Cal Farley's Boys Ranch and the accomplishment of the objectives as set out in its Articles of Incorporation;
2 - To create and promote a closer relationship between its (Cal Farley's) former students and to facilitate a quicker and easier adjustment for its graduates and other former students to community life.
The Association works to provide assistance for former residents of BR and GT: (a) in crisis support, (b) in education for family members, and (c) in maintaining family ties. Further the Association seeks to promote and support the work of Cal Farley's Inc