Ann Crouch Original
A Longhorn steer. A cowboy hat. Bluebonnets, the state flower of Texas.
All of these iconic images of the Lone Star State were incorporated in the official city flag of Amarillo, which was adopted in 1941.
Over the decades, the flag was all but forgotten until it was discovered recently in a book called “In the Cattle Country: History of Potter County.”
STAND FOR LEO'S EVENT
The 4th Annual Walk for Law Enforcement was held October 18th in the Crouch Room at Arts in the Sunset at 3701 Plains Boulevard. Officer Jesse Hartnett and Veteran John Burk spoke at the event. There was also a special visit from Bowtie Brisy, a therapy dog.
JAZZ AND CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH
The Crouch Foundation and Amarillo National Bank are partnering to bring the first-ever Jazz and Champagne Brunch Sunday, September 23rd from 11:30am to 2"3-pm in the Ann Crouch Event Center at Arts in the Sunset
CHASE THE SUNSET:ART & MUSIC IN PDC
High Plains Public Radio and the Amarillo Art Instutite present the 3rd Annual Chase the Sunset: Art & Music in Palo Duro Canyon on Saturday, August 11th. Kids of the high plains are invited to his celebration of art, music and nature.
FOUNDATION TO OPERATE SUNSET CENTER
Honoring the wishes of artist and philanthropist Ann Crouch, a foundation has been created to operate and manage the Galleries at Sunset Center. Crouch was the driving force behind the restoration of the old