Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission
Public Hearing

August 27, 2009 Commission Meeting

Donations of $500.00 or More
Not Previously Acknowledged by the Commission

# Donor Description Detail & Purpose of Donation *Amount
1 Safari Club International — Alamo Chapter Other Goods Thirteen (13) G2 Surefire Flashlights and Safariland Belt Loops for use in Law Enforcement $990.00
2 LakeRat Other Goods One thousand (1,000) Koozies with Nobody's Waterproof and LakeRat logos for Nobody's Waterproof campaign $1,030.00
3 Jackson Safety Other Goods One hundred fourteen (114) pairs of shooting ear muffs, one hundred twenty (120) pairs of shooting glasses and forty (40) boxes of ear plugs for incentive awards and Texas Parks & Wildlife Expo $4,227.26
4 Dell, Inc. Controlled Items One (1) Dell 5330dn high volume laser printing system for prototype testing in fulfillment environment $2,293.97
5 Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation (Phillip Morris Endowment) Cash To assist Project WILD program in purchasing Project WILD manuals $27,000.00
6 Sheltered Wings, Inc. DBA Eagle Optics Other Goods Forty-five (45) Binoculars to increase interpretive opportunities in State Parks. $2,250.00
7 Grapevine Convention and Visitors Bureau Cash Support of boater education program activities and loaner materials $500.00
8 Fanthorp Innkeeper's Controlled Items One (1) Remington model 1887 10 gauge shotgun to supplement the historic interpretation of Fanthorp Inn $577.50
9 Deer Park Police Department Controlled Items Five (5) L3 Mobile vision VHS In-Car video cameras for use for our game warden's patrol vehicles $11,500.00
10 Texas Bighorn Society Controlled Items One new Nikon D60 SLR digital camera with one 18-55mm lens and one 70-300 mm lens to provide quality camera equipment to TPWD for the TPWD sheep restoration program $1,299.99
11 Texas Bighorn Society Other Goods Provided food and drinks for two desert bighorn sheep hunts $1,481.54
12 Charles M. Lusk Other Goods Provided twenty-five (25) live oak trees approximately ten (10) feet tall for Galveston Island State Park $1,250.00
13 Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation Cash Cash to be used to pay the Southern Environmental Enforcement Network dues. $5,000.00
14 Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation Cash Cash for the purchase of forensic evidence imaging device(s) $5,000.00
15 Camp Longhorn Capital Property One (1) electric fiberglass Duffy boat, type Bay launch for interpretive tours at Inks Lake $13,210.00
16 Washington-On-The-Brazos State Park Assn. Capital Property One (1)1795 Springfield Musket with Bayonet $1,125.00
17 Estate of Roma Anna Voss Hafermann Cash Cash to be used at the discretion of the agency $31,963.90
18 East Texas Woods & Waters Foundation Other Goods One (1) fish cleaning deck 8' x 12' with three sides and a recycled plastic deck floor $994.99
19 East Texas Woods & Waters Foundation Other Goods Eight (8) Levelor mini blinds for installation at the Tyler Nature Center Visitor Center conference room $780.00
20 East Texas Woods & Waters Foundation Capital Property One (1) covered pavilion with bench seating and brick paver floor adjacent to fishing pier at the Tyler Nature Center pond $13,980.05
21 Global Impact (Halliburton Employees & Halliburton) Cash General Donation $1,371.98
22 SPX Marketing Other Goods Fourteen (14) sets special duty Law Enforcement uniforms and twenty-four (24) T-Rex style rat traps $1,357.18
23 Karen Loke Cash Winnings from Outdoor Writer's of America Association for the purpose of assisting the video news program $674.00
24 Ridgelake Energy, Inc. Cash Artificial Reef Program Rigs-to-Reefs $135,942.50
25 Rowan International, Inc. Cash Artificial Reef Program Rigs-to-Reefs $50,000.00
26 Texas Wildlife Association Cash For the Matador WMA Youth Shooting Sports Event $500.00
27 Allied Fence Co. Other Goods Eight hundred (800) feet chain link fencing to protect Ft. Worth Hatchery pond levee from animal damage. $3,500.00
28 Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation (Toyota) Cash To assist various agency programs: Texas SP Guide, SP maps, SP interpretive brochures, Texas Outdoor Family and local/county park partner programs, Life's Better Outside Advertising Campaign, conservation license plates, Spanish translation, Archery in Schools, in-school youth shooting sports, wallet license holders and bag limit cards. $250,000.00
Total $569,799.86

*Estimated value used for goods and services


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