of $283,674.85 to United Way of Comal County  

Gruene Hall

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, November 15, 2023: (GRUENE HISTORIC DISTRICT) – Presenters Gruene Hall and KNBT 92.1 FM along with sponsors were thrilled to donate $283,674.85 to United Way of Comal County.  

Held annually at The Grapevine and Gruene Hall in Gruene Historic District, Gruene Music & Wine Festival features the best in Texas wine and live music, all while raising funds for multiple charities through United Way.  

The festival spans over four days during Columbus Day weekend each year. For more information on the 2023 event, please visit www.gruenemusicandwinefest.org.   

The United Way of Comal County works to provide funding that supports 31 local health and human care service agencies, including Any Baby Can, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys and Girl Scouts, New Braunfels Food Bank, River City Advocacy and St. Jude's Ranch for Children. 

The 37th Annual Gruene Music & Wine Festival presented by Gruene Hall and KNBT 92.1 FM Radio New Braunfels was sponsored by M&S Engineering, Valero, Cemex, Mission Hill Apartment Homes, GolesCo, JPMorgan Chase & Co, Vulcan Materials Company, Moody Bank, The Bettersworth Law Firm, GVEC, Friday Coffee Roasters & Friends, The Sadler Family, New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, The Grapevine, Gristmill River Restaurant & Bar) and Texas Hill Country Wineries. 

Pictured (left to right): Dani Hensley (Moody Bank), Crystal Kinman (Gruene Hall), Stacy Jackson, Matt Smith (First Commercial Bank), Matt LaFleur (The Grapevine), Mattson Rainer (KNBT 92.1 FM Radio New Braunfels), Shannon McIntush (Friday Coffee Roasters), Tiffany Mayne (KNBT 92.1 FM Radio New Braunfels), Brian Meuth (M&S Engineering), Ryan Weinbrandt (Gruene Hall), Trena Wilkinson (Moody Bank), Terry Robinson (United Way of Comal County), David Schreiber (Moody Bank), Melissa Krause (United Way of Comal County), Larry Abel (Gristmill River Restaurant & Bar), Beverly Hilbert (United Way of Comal County), Tim Conway (Gruene Hall), Kathleen Krueger (United Way of Comal County), Jaime Whiteside (Mission Hill Apartment Homes), Jake Molak (Gruene Hall), Marissa Montemayor (Mission Hill Apartment Homes) and Trey Jackson (Gruene Hall)