BCA 1st Annual Winter Craft Show

My wife and I were very fortunate to attend the Baytown Christian Academy 1st Annual Winter Craft Show.

How fortunate?

Well, to start off, our shipment of books arrived less than twenty-four hours before the start of the craft show:

UPS arrives with the initial delivery of The Real Race.
UPS arrives with the initial delivery of The Real Race.

Then, there were only two booths left at the craft show. Kudos to the BCA staff for putting forth such a tremendous effort. Their very first craft show was deemed a huge success by both vendors and patrons.

Vendors take over the Baytown Christian Academy gymnasium.
Vendors take over the Baytown Christian Academy gymnasium.

We arrived in the rain, but we were able to get set up with zero water loss to any of our newly arrived copies of The Real Race.

Ready to meet and greet thanks to some help from an old friend, Coach Nathan Gray.
Ready to meet and greet thanks to some help from an old friend, Coach Nathan Gray.

Got to see some old friends and share some holiday cheer.

Best part of becoming part of the BCA Family..."Once a bulldog, Always a bulldog."
Best part of becoming part of the BCA Family…”Once a bulldog, Always a bulldog.”

Also, was very proud to be able to donate copies of The Real Race to both the BCA and Lee High School libraries.

Presenting a copy of The Real Race to BCA Headmaster, Al Richard.
Presenting a copy of The Real Race to BCA Headmaster, Al Richard.
Presentation of The Real Race to Lee HS Librarian, Connie Knotts.
Presentation of The Real Race to Lee HS Librarian, Connie Knotts.

The BCA 1st Annual Winter Craft Show…Enjoyed seeing some old friends, benefited from meeting some new friends, and loved every minute of it.

Thank you Baytown Christian Academy for your hospitality today. The good Lord willing, we will see you at the 2nd Annual event in 2017.