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Polar Bear Court

Thursday, April 23, 2020 - by Stephen S. Mabry, CAE

Meet Your Polar Bear Court

Texas Lions Camp, Inc.
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From the Office of the President & CEO
Stephen S. Mabry, CAE

TLC's Polar Bear Plunge Court

Kerrville, TX - April 23, 2020. TLC's Polar Bear Court has been selected and will soon be getting to work to promote the 2021 Polar Bear challenge. As you will recall, TLC was selected as the charitable beneficiary of the 2021 Polar Bear Challenge, sponsored and Fliergraphicadministered by our friends and partners at Mo Ranch.

The Polar Bear Court is equivalent to the fundraising arm and volunteer steering committee for TLC. I want to publicly say how proud I am of the team we have assembled. They have earned my respect and admiration for volunteering their time, talents and energies to take the Polar Bear Challenge to the Next-Level.

Please join me in thanking the 2021 Polar Bear Court for their service and when contacted, say an emphatic, "Yes!...I will happily pay to see you take the plunge into an icy river!"


Stephen is President and CEO of Texas Lions Camp, Inc. and recently celebrated 30 years of service to this 70 year-old, 501(c)(3) charitable, organization in August of 2019. TLC, Inc. has a large Board of Directors consisting of 94 voting members and over 300 volunteer members that serve on one of 10 standing committees. As a corporation, TLC has more than 200 full-time and seasonal employees (who are organized into 7 departments) and over 2,000 volunteers per year that are responsible for creating an atmosphere of success for more than 1,500 children with physical disabilities per summer. Stephen is a Certified Association Executive with the American Society of Association Executives, a past Certified Fund-Raising Executive with the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Stephen is a father of three and resides on TLC’s Kerrville campus together with his wife Shawn, who as luck would have it, is a professional editor.
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