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Tim Miller and Texas EquuSearch … Hogs and Horses Fund Raiser

I recently had the opportunity to attend the Texas EquuSearch fund raiser in Houston, TX (HOGS & HORSES). So much has gone on since I got back that I had failed to mention the great event and the tremendous people that took part. Hats off to Tim Miller and the TES gang for the tremendous and selfless job that they do.


The food, the people, the preparation and the giving were all a major part of the event. Tim Miller and the Texas EquuSearch volunteers give so much of themselves to the cause of “Missing Person’s.” Such an event like Hogs and Horses is just a nice opportunity to give back to TES and help fund raise for a great cause. For those interested they can donate to Texas EquuSearch, a non-profit with 5013c status HERE.


Texas EquuSearch came to the forefront of many people’s attention with their search efforts for Natalee Holloway in Aruba. However, they have done so many more searches prior to Natalee’s disappearance and after.


Texas EquuSearch is always ready for the call as Missing Persons knows no time frame. As the event took place at the very end of the day, a double AMBER ALERT was called in on two missing children. Luckily they were both found later unharmed. The very next day when Tim Miller was driving me to the airport a call came in to report a missing man last seen on his boat fishing. To keep up with the many cases is next to impossible. To make the effort to help the many families in need is an act of kindness and caring that is without limits.  

Take a look at the event through the many pictures. Thank you Tim Miller and Texas EquuSearch for invited Scared Monkeys to Hogs and Horses. The people were salt of the earth … next time just remind me that I am supposed to have a speech ready.PICT0019








What is a barbecue fund raiser without the hardworking crew preparing the brisket?



The Event, display tables


















more to follow …

September 10th, 2006 at 09:21pm Posted by | Missing Adult, Missing Children, Missing Teen, Texas Equusearch | no comments

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