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Fun Things to Do at Annual Meeting
Tuesday, March 10, 2015 6:45 AM

If you're planning on attending the 2015 Annual Meeting and Expo, April 8-10, you might not know about all the fun things available. Here's the skinny on some fun things you might be able to do.

Golf Tournament

Putting fore a PurposeTuesday, April 7
Fee: $175 per golfer
(Includes: green and cart fees, range balls, and lunch)

Golf is back! Putting Fore a Purpose: Support our industry's charity of choice, the Children's Miracle Network, at this fun outing. The natural beauty of the Texas Hill Country is the focus of the Crenshaw Cliffside course located at the Barton Creek Resort & Spa in Austin where you will network with other credit union professionals and scramble to gain high score.

Boxed Lunch – 11:30 a.m.
Registration – 12:30 p.m.
Shotgun Start – 1:30 p.m.

4-Person scramble with shotgun start (teams assigned closer to date of event)

Cornerstone would like to thank Co-Op Financial Services and Harland Clarke for sponsoring this event for our member credit unions.

Guest Program (for those accompanying credit union attendees)

Regular Rate: $85 (ends March 10)
Late/Onsite Rate: $125

Cavern Tour, Lunch, and Shopping

cavernsJoin us as we travel south of Austin to the Natural Bridge Caverns, a half mile of the largest and most spectacular caverns in Texas. You'll journey 180 feet below the ground to see awe-inspiring, ancient formations centuries in the making and still growing today. There are amazing stalagmites, stalactites, flowstones, chandeliers, and soda straws. Take pictures along the way because this is one walk through time that you'll never want to forget.

Have lunch at The Gristmill, situated on a bluff overlooking the Guadalupe River, nestled under the shade of towering oak trees, in the quaint German town of Gruene, Texas.

After lunch, we'll head to the town of Wimberley for an afternoon of shopping around "The Square" and "Olde Town Plaza." Wimberley is full of unique shops that offer traditional and not-so-traditional arts and wares.

Recognition Dinner & Party

Regular Rate: $85 (ends March 10)
Late/Onsite Registration: $125

The Violin GuyThe Violin Guy – Radu Cernat
Prepare to be entertained in a unique way with The Violin Guy. Pursuing his strong interest in world music, Mr. Cernat studied and performed at the Fribourg Conservatory in Switzerland, with the Brignoles Symphony Orchestra in France during the late 90s, and the Malaga-Bucharest Orchestra in Spain. As a producer and songwriter, he's worked along such artists as The Isley Brothers, Keith Sweat, Hip Boot Joe, and Civello's. With 15 years of experience as a pop music producer and engineer, he has recorded music for more than 100 music albums worldwide for acts ranging from solo artists to live bands in pop, rock, techno, R&B, hip-hop, and more.

A Greek-Romanian native, Radu Cernat is currently pursuing his career as a solo pop singer and instrumentalist, featuring his own handmade, original electric instruments and Laser Instrument Shows™, a spectacle and innovative light show created through the sound of music using LED and LASER technology.

The GroovesThe Grooves
The Grooves' show is an exciting combination of classic rock, Motown, oldies, disco, rock and roll, country, standards, swing, eighties dance, plus the most current popular music. The band has the perfect song list geared for all ages in a corporate-party crowd. The band has varied styles and, unlike most bands that pick their set list in advance, they have over 170 songs in their repertoire and will choose numbers based on crowd response. They are sure to keep the dance floor packed all night.