5th Annual Science Mill Benefit
Celebrating 5 Amazing Years!
Saturday, November 16, 5-9pm
At the Science Mill
101 South Lady Bird Lane, Johnson City, Texas, 78636
On Saturday, November 16, the Science Mill presents Night of 5s! When the clock strikes 5pm, doors open and the party begins! We invite you to an elegant, fun-filled evening of delicious culinary achievements from locally renown chefs, lively libations, dancing, a fabulous art auction and more!
All proceeds from the Night of 5s help set kids on a path of curiosity, exploration, discovery, excitement and confidence in their futures! Your contributions go directly to Science Mill programs that focus on developing young participants in a science literate community as well as a strong skilled STEM workforce.
Austin and San Antonio guests can take advantage of chartered bus rides to Johnson City. Enjoy food, drink, and music on your way to experience Night of 5s, where you will be immersed in a world of STEM creativity and wonderment!
Board of Directors
Bonita Baskin, Ph.D.
Dan Patterson, Ph.D.
Robert Elde, Ph.D.
Eric Corndorf, Ph.D.
Beverly Dale, Ph.D.
Nels Elde, Ph.D.
Susan Oliver Heard
Col. Tom Henricks
Barbara Anne Stephens
Peter Vancorenland, Ph.D.
Hedy Walls, Ph.D.
Jennie Garth & Dave Abrams
Linda Baker & Rob Baker
Elizabeth Redwine Brenner & Luke Brenner
Mary Cocke & Bob Cocke, Ph.D.
McKay Otto & Keith Coffee, M.D.
Anne Ebert & Andrew Ebert, M.D.
Houston Frost, Ph.D.
Lou Celia Frost & Don Frost
CeCe Frost Griffin & James Griffin, Esq.
Nicole Fairres Keir & Sam Keir
State Representative Erin Zweiner House District 45 & Quincy Kennedy
Judge Donna Klaeger & Rob Klaeger
Elisabeth Krimbill, Ph.D. & Brigadier General Gerald Krimbill
Lisa Ivie Miller & Scott Miller
Lauren Conley Moorman & Tom Slick Moorman
Mary Elizabeth Heard, Esq. & Becca Powell
Pam Reese & Mike Reese
Nona Sansom & Andrew Sansom, Ph.D.
Elizabeth Story Shahan & Brian Shahan, Esq.
Pat Smothers & Bud Smothers
State Representative James Talarico House District 52
Fay Randolph Wallace
Ellen Yates & Rusty Yates
To inspire all students and give them the confidence, tools, and support needed to reach their full potential as skilled members in the 21st century STEM workforce.
A world where all kids— regardless of economic status, location, gender, or race — have equitable access to STEM programs and can imagine themselves in a future career in STEM.