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The Wildcatter Saloon and Pavilion is quickly becoming the premiere outdoor venue in Katy. Bands can play both indoors and outdoors at our venue. With a covered stage, our pavilion can hold live concerts that accommodate 500 to 2500 fans easily.

The venue sits on four spacious acres and is ideal for gatherings, parties both large and small, wedding receptions, corporate events, BBQs, crawfish boils, cook-offs and more!

Enjoy happy hour with some friends and eat some great food from our grill. Hang out on the patio or at the outdoor pavilion and let us host your next event with or without live music.

Come be a part of the family and make some great memories with us.

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Rock It, Beat It Fest!

May 28, 2016, 11:00am - May 28, 2016, 7:00pm

The Wildcatter Saloon

Memorial Day Weekend! Buy Raffle tickets online @ www.rockitbeatit.com !! Mark your calendars and come join us for the "Rock It Beat It" fest. May 28th 11am-7pm at The Wildcatter Saloon in Katy, Texas. This is a free event. There will be a blood drive from 11am-5pm. We will have baked goods for sale, a silent auction, and raffles. All proceeds will go towards Steve Cottle's fight against Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Come out and enjoy the concert. The lineup includes performances by Cody Ray Henry, Peacemakers, Chris Boise, Steve Ballard, The Krippled Dogs (with a special appearance by Steve Cottle!), Guillermo Serpas, and The Saltines. Spread the word and make plans to attend! Please share this event with your friends and family. #Stevestrong PLEASE...Feel free to forward this to any one who loves a good fundraiser or any music lover you know at home or in the office! Thanks! Keep track and get reminders of the event at www.facebook.com/events/1668557103464661/ and buy raffles/volunteer at www.rockitbeatit.com For anyone who would like to donate blood or platelets to the MD Anderson blood bank there will be a donor coach from 11am-5pm on location. Sign up at tinyurl.com/cottle0516 Come show your support at the Rock It, Beat It Fest this Memorial Day Weekend (May 28th) at the Wildcatter Saloon in Katy, TX (26913 Katy Freeway). The event will be from 11am-7pm and will feature 7 bands and solo acts throughout the day. Guillermo Serpas (guillermoserpas.com) Chris Boise (chrisboisemusic.com) Stephen Ballard (ballardsong.com) Cody Ray Henry (facebook.com/Cody-Ray-Henry-Band-129573573805872) Peacemakers The Saltines The Krippled Dogz (krippleddogz.com) The schedule is on the attached flyer. Money will be raised through Silent Auction, Raffle Tickets, T-shirt/Bake Sale and Donation. So here is an update on the Items available to win! These items are worth OVER $6550. No Joke! The generosity has been amazing! Raffle: $250 Mary Kay Gift Certificate from Jackie Craver Certificate for a Customized Powdercoated Yeti of your Choice from Diamond M Designs 4 x Voucher for 2 free Lawn Mowing Services from Weeds2Roses 2 x Movie Night for 2 with Popcorn and Drink at Santikos Palladium AVX 4 x Voucher for 6 free sessions at C-4 CrossFit Voucher for a Training session at Camp Bow Wow Katy, TX CDs, Shirts and Hats Bikram Yoga Package from Bikram Yoga Katy $50 Gift Certificate to Dekker's Mesquite Grill $100 Gift Certificate to Anthonie's Market Grill 2 x $50 Gift Certificate to Sammy's Sports Grill and Bar $50 Gift Certificate to Victor's Mexican Grille $25 Gift Certificate to Davinci Restaurante Gift Certificates to The Bagel Cafe 2 x $25 Gift Certificates to Chuy's Gift Certificates to Fuddruckers $30 Gift Certificate to Cheddars 2 x Meal for 4 at Potbelly's $40 Gift Certificate to BJ's $30 Gift Certificate to Snappy's $50 towards a Dinner for 2 at Outback $25 Gift Certificate to Longhorn's Silent Auction: -Chick-Fil-A Gift Basket -Certificate for a Customized Powdercoated Yeti of your Choice from Diamond M Designs (up to $100 value) -Private Polo Lesson ($500 value) -$1000 Landscaping package from Weeds2Roses (Weeds2Roses.com) -Mulch package from Weeds2Roses ($500 Value) -Fleming's Prime Steakhouse-Houston(Town and Country) Meal for 4 (up to $300 value) paired with a Complete Car Detail from Dave's Mobile Detailing (Both Valued at nearly $500) -Big Wine Night. Rodney Strong Magnum Bottle of Chardonnay with 2 oversized Wine Glasses ($200 Value) courtesy of Dekkers Mesquite Grill. -Artwork by Blended Images Uncycled Art -Texas Themed Open Fire Grill Top complete with a basket full of Pampered Chef Grill items donated by their rep Mary Cottle Shields. ($300+ value) -Guillermo Serpas 3 hour private performance on the guitar paired with 4 hours of Bartending Services by Prima Bartending. ($645 value) The list continues to grow! Tell your friends! Buy your Raffle ticket at the Concert or Online @ www.rockitbeatit.com Please share! This is a Free Concert with all proceeds benefiting Steve Cottle and his fight with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. November 23rd as we were preparing for the Thanksgiving holiday we received crushing news that our father, Steve Cottle, had received a diagnosis of leukemia. Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) is a rare type of blood and bone marrow cancer that produces an excessive amount of immature white blood cells. Following his diagnosis Steve had a bone marrow biopsy that showed he had the worst type of the myeloid leukemia. Steve will require multiple blood and platelet transfusions a week. On December 10th Steve was admitted to the hospital and immediately started on a clinical trial involving several types of chemotherapy. He was also in isolation in the hospital for several weeks. His doctors are hopeful for remission but he will continue to receive chemotherapy for the next 6 months and he will require a bone marrow transplant. Steve Cottle can only be described as a loving, wonderful, and caring husband, dad, friend and most recently grandpa. He is known for his wickedly mad guitar skills and being "The King" on the golf corse. He is a devout Christian and enjoys playing the guitar and singing in Church. My Dad, Steven Ross Cottle, is a wonderful father and a very proud man. He is strong willed and is ready for this fight. He needs your prayers and positivity throughout his treatment. The main ingredient for his survival are your positive thoughts and words of encouragement. Follow this page (rockitbeatit.com) to keep updated and please please pray!!! If you would like to send anything to support Steve Cottle, especially letters of encouragement, please send to 25202 Saber Oaks Drive, Richmond,. TX, 77406 In addition to your blood donation please join the bone marrow registry! It's simple, just a few mouth swabs! My dad needs a marrow transplant and the more people to join the data base the more chance he has of finding a donor! Go to bethematch.org to join! How can you help? We covet your prayers. Please lift him and his family in your prayers and encourage him. We serve a mighty God, the great physician. Donate blood, plasma, and platelets. He is under the care of MD Anderson. If anyone is willing to donate please stop at one of the clinics in the Houston area. If you do give blood please donate in his name by giving them his Medical ID # 1228044. Since Steve will be out of work while he is receiving chemotherapy and a transplant any donation would be appreciated. We are not sure of the cost but he will be at least a year out of work. Follow this page and his Facebook page, Steve Cottle Prayer Team, for updates. Thank You! "I will walk by Faith even when I can not see." ~ 2 Corinthians 5:7 Latest update on Steve. He is out of the hospital for now. He had a very bad run in with Pneumonia (to the point that we didn't think he would make it). We had most of the family come to see him just in case. He was in bad shape and still is battling the Pneumonia but at least he is not at MD Anderson and at home. He started his treatment at about 225 pounds and is now 185 pounds. Skin and bones for him. He cannot really talk due to one of the doctors damaging his vocal cords (unfortunate). He speaks in a raspy whisper. Dads doctors have decided to put him in another clinical trial because each chemo treatment that they have tried has miserably failed. So, they have given up on Chemotherapy. I'm not 100% sure of the trial but it is similar to "Immuno Cell Therapy." Ill know more later. He starts on Friday. Basically they take what is left of the white blood cells and change their purpose to attack the specific cancer and only that cancer. It sounds great! Unfortunately dad has one of the rarest Acute Myeloid Leukemia strands (3% of all AML patients have it). In saying that he is only the second person in the world to go through this treatment. The first person died of some random infection that had nothing to do with this therapy and could not complete the treatment. It is a shot in the dark. This therapy has worked wonderfully with more common cancers and hopefully the doctors can perfect it on dad. Thank you for your support and your prayers. We hope that the word can get out about this wonderful even! Please forward to anyone who would be interested. We hope to see you there!! @https://www.facebook.com/events/1668557103464661/ Thanks to the musicians! Jake Castellano Chris Boise Steve Ballard Cody Ray Henry Guillermo Serpas Gus Mancuso

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