Martin Foundation Grants $10,000 to Hill Country Community Theatre

Hill Country Community Theatre receives 

$10,000 from the Martin Foundation

Martin Foundation trustees Charlie Keiser, Robert Klaeger, and Larson Lloyd have donated $10,000 to the Hill Country Community Theatre.  The Hill Country Community Theatre’s mission is to present and promote quality theatre activities and programs that entertain, educate and encourage community participation in the support of performance and related cultural arts.  
The Martin Foundation was established in 1992 in honor of David and Patsy Martin to support civic endeavors, and was overseen by their son, Sam Martin, until his death in January 2017.  Sam was an amateur Magician and was involved in the creation of HCCT, as well as being one of its early supporters.
 “The Hill Country Community Theatre is honored to be supported by the Martin Foundation,” said Executive Director Mike Rademaekers.  “We are thrilled to be recognized by these community leaders.  This donation will help us continue to enrich people’s lives through the performing arts.”  Since 1985, the Hill Country Community Theatre has served the public as a showcase for extraordinary local talent. HCCT is one of the oldest continuously operating community theatres in Texas. 
Hill Country Community Theatre Executive Director Mike Rademaekers (left) and HCCT Board President Linda DiFede (right) thanked the Martin Foundation, represented by Larson Lloyd, Charlie Keiser, Frank Reilly, and Robert Klaeger (not pictured), for the foundation’s generous donation of $10,000.  Martin Estate co-executor Frank Reilly (back right) looks on. (HCCT photo)


The Hill Country Community Theatre is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.