Camp Longhorn Alumnus Bruce “Mudcat” Grant presents Robby, John and Bill Robertson a painting he did of their folks, Pat and Tex Robertson. He worked from a black and white photo taken in 1939-40 at the Boys Swim Bay.
Bruce was a camper from 1971-79 at Inks lake and Counselor from 1971-1979.
He is married to camp alumnus Karen Saunders Grant, an artist also and three sons that were all campers and counselors at Camp: Jeff, 1998-2004, 2007, Matt 2007-2011 and Alex 1999-2007.
Bruce is also the artist for all the cabin signs at Inks Lake. Camp appreciates his many gifts and loyalty to Longhorn.
Much Longhorn love and thanks to Bruce for his wonderful gift for all of us and future generations of campers to enjoy, Attawaytogo!
When Donna Rob was picking up her new puppy Lexi in Ft. Worth, alumnus Southy Cavendar was there to get her new puppy Miso. The puppies are sisters!
Longhorn friends are friends forever!
Welcome Danner, who is 8 weeks old on May 2. He was born March 11, 2017. His Mom is Melissa Cole Griffing, who was a camper at Indian Springs from 1999-2006 and a counselor 2007-2011. Her husband, Wilson Griffing, was a counselor, Also at Indian Springs, in 2007 and 2008 and 2009. He is an officer in the National Guard and works in logistics. Melissa is finishing her masters in counseling and loves being a new mommy. They can't wait to send our future Camp longhorn camper!!!
DON WILHELMI, Citizen of the Year in Kinder, LA
Don started his time at Longhorn at Inks Lake in 1972 and then moved over to Indian Springs in 1976 with his wife Susan, where he stayed until 2013.
Shown with Don are his wife SUSAN, daughter LAURA BETH and son JEREMY. All 4 of Don and Susan’s children were campers and counselors at Indian springs.
Inks Campers Ann Murchison Greenhill and Bill Greenhill (they met at CLH!) with sons Joe and Duke Greenhill (both Inks alumni); nephew, Will Murchison (Inks) and son, returning C3 camper, Brody Murchison. All proud to be part of a 3-generation Camp Longhorn family!
UT lost the game… but Carol and Bill were cheered up by former camper and counselor EMILY TABOR
Camp Alumn MASON DEAL made for camper PATRICK BRADY this year. Mason, past camper and counselor at Longhorn, is an incredible artist and graphic designer. He writes Patrick the greatest letters for camp every year, and they are truly works of art themselves. Attached is the first letter with Devils water hole depicted on the front.
Three generations of the Clinton/Jones Family. Pictured with Stacy and David Bennett at C3.
Alumn COURTNEY TURNER FORTE came by camp for a visit with her future campers Avery and Jordan. Courtney ( who lives in California) and her twin sister Melissa (San Antonio) spent 10 years at camp as campers and then counselors.
Future wren: AVA KATE ROBERTSON
Born: June 15, 2016. Parents: TRAVIS and Tara ROBERTSON. Travis,( better known as TRob at camp) spent 9 years at Longhorn.
CLH FOREVER!! Sharon Shock Hubbard used to babysit this CLH alumnus, Wroe Jackson... Attaway!!!!!
Alumn KRISTEN ”ELLIOTT” KIRKLAND and her Mom were going though old boxes and found these camp shirts, at least 30-35 years old!! They belonged to KRISTEN and her brother CRAIG Elliott.
Future Wren camper Neely Catherine Richards is the daughter of Alumn Claire Neely Richards. They live in High Point North Carolina. Camp will save you a bunk for 2023!
Alum Trey Schuler is a proud new dad to two-week-old future camper Roger John Schuler IV. He will be starting Camp second term 2024!! Congratulations, Trey!
Future campers! Alums Caraline Johnson Dewald and Caity Robertson Clinton introduced Scotty and Mia to each other at the Dallas carnival. Scotty was very proud of his Longhorn tee!
Alumni friends gather in Dallas! Left to right: Kara Miller, Kelly Perkins, Chris Cozby , Weslie Elliott and Allison Fainter. "Longhorn friends are friends forever."
Alums Jordan Raschke and Alex Harrington (daughter of Alum Edie Brown Harrington) are part of the Galveston Royalty for Mardi Gras. Jordan is Queen of Krewe of Momus and Alex is Duchess of Krewe of Momus. Both girls are from Galveston and love the city's Mardi Gras festivities!