The July 14 event will be held at the Berclair Mansion in Berclair. The Beeville Art Association is the current owner of this historic structure, and the board of directors has approved the use of the Berclair Mansion as this year’s event venue.
Beeville Art Association President Nancy O’Neil was extremely excited that the mansion was the number one pick for this great event. The Berclair Mansion was chosen because of the close proximity to Victoria.
Golden Crescent Paranormal chose the Wounded Warrior Project for this yearly event as their way of saying “thank you” to our wounded service members and also to raise awareness and enlist the public’s aid for the needs of the nation’s injured heroes. They are asking for the public’s help in making this event a success.
After a six-hour paranormal investigation (July 14, beginning at 8 p.m.), the members of the Wounded Warrior Project will need hotel rooms to rest. They hope that, upon awakening, a local restaurant will be willing to donate breakfast before they head back home to San Antonio. Anyone interested in helping can log onto Golden Crescent’s website at www.goldencrescentparanormal.com and click on the “Contact” page to send an email.
Golden Crescent Paranormal will not be accepting monetary donations; all monetary donations can be made at www.woundedwarriorproject.org by clicking on the “Donate Now” tab.
The bus route and arrival time in Victoria for the servicemen will be forthcoming. Everyone is welcome to come out and give them a warm welcome by waving, saluting as they pass or placing American flags on the bus route.