Come Get Your Crawfish On

At Sprint Waste, we love to support local FFA groups and youth agricultural education. That’s why we’re thrilled to be a Supreme Champion sponsor of the Brazos FFA Alumni’s 2nd Annual Crawfish Boil April 9 at the Wallis American Legion Hall in Wallis, Texas. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. for this fun-filled family event with crawfish served from noon to 3 p.m.

Tickets for all-you-can-eat crawfish and fixings are $40 in advance of the event and $50 at the door. Crawfish will also be available at $10 per pound. The fundraiser includes a jackpot-style cornhole tournament slated to begin at 1 p.m., silent auction and more. The event is BYOB, so bring your coolers, folding chairs, blankets, and gear, and plan for a day of family fun.

The silent auction will showcase furniture projects made in the high school’s shop program, such as a buffet-style table, coffee table, director’s chairs, table with benches, crawfish tabletop (sits on top of a trash can or other case), an outdoor rustic bar, heavy-duty fire pit, outdoor bench and a lazy Susan. (Please visit and like Sprint Waste’s social media accounts to see photos of selected auction items.)

All proceeds from the crawfish boil benefit Brazos FFA contests, supplies and scholarships. Brazos FFA is a youth-led organization dedicated to developing premier leadership, personal growth and career success though agricultural education. Brazos High School is a small, 3A school that straddles both Fort Bend and Austin counties. While the school is small, the FFA program is prominent, and its members have enjoyed growing success thanks to strong parent, alumni, teacher and community support.

Cory Warr, president of Sprint Waste customer Warr Construction, said he was grateful for Sprint Waste’s eager support of this local FFA program that has meant so much to his family and his local community. “Both of my children have benefited immensely from being involved in FFA, ag education and the life lessons learned through this program,” Warr said. “We’re so thankful to Sprint Waste for jumping in quickly and generously supporting our kids.”

Sprint Waste Partner Reagan Swinbank said he was pleased to lend a hand. “When Cory brought this event to our attention, we were happy to support these kids and underscore the long-lasting benefits of ag education, a cause that our company and our family have long supported,” Swinbank said. “We appreciate the hard work, commitment and collaboration of everyone involved to help these kids with their educational goals and to keep this FFA program growing in Wallis.”

To purchase advance tickets or to learn more about the crawfish boil, please contact Kristie Warr at or 832.444.7976.