Supporting the Arts Through the Years

Sprint Waste Services invites you to join us Saturday in supporting the arts at the 21st annual Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation Founders’ Ball, “Through the Years,” at the Safari Texas Ballroom in Richmond, Texas. 

The evening includes cocktails and dinner, entertainment by the Dulles Viking Theatre Company and the Ridge Point Chamber Choir, and a live auction with former Fort Bend County Commissioner James Patterson as auctioneer. Highlighting this year’s live auction are a Martini Night at the Museum, hosted by Bob and Susie Goff, a deep-sea fishing trip for four, and a goldendoodle puppy from Goldendoodles of Sugar Land.

This year’s gala honors Kathy Huebner, a long-time SLCA board member whose contributions to the organization range from starring in performances to helping to raise more than $1 million for the restoration of the Sugar Land Auditorium, the city’s oldest public building.

“The Sugar Land community and people like this year’s honoree, Kathy, have been the driving force behind the Foundation’s success,” said Tim Stubenrouch, SLCAF board president. “We appreciate the commitment to the arts shown by the culturally minded individuals and businesses in our great community.”

Sprint Waste Partner Reagan Swinbank said Sprint is happy to help support the SLCAF and all it does to enrich life in and around Sugar Land. “We are thrilled to continue our patronage of the arts and help preserve the Sugar Land Auditorium,” Swinbank said. “In doing so, we hope more people discover and enjoy this historic venue and the outstanding performances brought to the stage right here in Sugar Land.”

The Sugar Land Cultural Arts Center began as a grassroots effort in 1999 to restore the historic Sugar Land Auditorium—built in 1918 by the Imperial Sugar Co. Today, the arts center provides an important arts venue while honoring Sugar Land’s rich history and legacy as an outgrowth of Imperial Sugar.

For more information about the SLCAF or the Founders’ Ball, click here