Georgetown Area Car Club © 2014-2017 All Rights Reserved

GTACC

Georgetown Texas Area Car Club

PO BOX 2082 GeorgetownTX 78627

Memorial to Hugh Jellison

Pictured Left to Right: Tanner Donelon - GHS, Sara Salvati - GHS, Gary Reinhardt - GTACC Treasurer, Bradford Amison - EVHS. Not pictured - Abigail Howard - GHS, Oscar Reyes - EVHS.

Pictured Left to Right: Greg Wall - Automotive Technology Instructor, Georgetown High School (GHS), Sara Salvati - GHS, Abigail Howard - GHS, Oscar Reyes - East View High School (EVHS), Roy White - Automotive Technology Instructor, EVHS, and Tanner Donelon - GHS. Not Pictured - Bradford Amison - EVHS.

2015 Scholarship Recipients

December 2015

GTACC Makes Quarterly/Special Donations to a Wide Variety of Local Organizations.

Recognition at Car Show

Recognition at GISD Awards Ceremony.

December 2014

GTACC awards the "Bob Olofson Memorial Scholarship" to graduating Georgetown and East View High School seniors who have successfully completed the Automotive Technology Program and have committed to continuing their formal education.

GTACC Quarterly/Special Donations

  • Brookwood in Georgetown (BIG),  2/2015, $500
  • The Caring Place,  7/2015, $500
  • Assistance League of Georgetown Area, 10/2015, $500
  • Alzheimer’s Fund,  2/2016, $100
  • Apollo Composite Squadron Civil Air Patrol,  3/2016, $500
  • Boys & Girls Club of Georgetown,  6/2016, $500
  • Pray 4 Wyatt Car Show & Charity, 7/2016, $250
  • Annunciation Maternity House, 9/2016, $250
  • ​Faith in Action, 11/2016, $500
  • Make-A-Wish Central & South Texas, 2/2017, $500
  • Family Eldercare, 6/2017, $500
  • Help Our Wounded, 7/2017, $500
  • Hurricane Harvey Response to LaGrange Victims, 9/2017, $6000

Pictured Left to right: Kent Didriksen - GTACC President, Ann Jellison.

Giving Back to the Community

2016 Scholarship Recipients

Pictured Left to Right: Kent Didriksen, GTACC President; Hope Shannon - GHS, Tyler Broomhall - GHS, Jacob Amison - EVHS, and Ian Mariano - GHS. Not Pictured - Rosemary Johnson - EVHS

The Williamson County Brown Santa program provides assistance to families in Williamson County living outside the geographical city limits of any town or city within Williamson County that does not provide a similar program. Brown Santa donations are utilized to purchase toys, books and other items needed to make the children’s Christmas brighter. 

In honor of the memory of one of GTACC's founding members, Hugh Jellison, Hugh's wife Ann presented GTACC with a donation from both herself and one from her daughter and son-in-law, Dean and Idella Boschult, for the Club's scholarship fund.

Pictured Left to Right: Jacob Amison - EVHS, Tyler Broomhall - GHS, Rosemary Johnson - EVHS, Gary Reinhardt GTACC Treasurer, Ian Mariano - GHS, Hope Shannon - GHS.

Recognition at GISD Awards Ceremony

The Club, spear-headed by Ed and Deb Sannwaldt, once again participated in the Williamson County Sheriff Department’s Brown Santa.


Through the generosity of our members, we provided around $1,100 worth of gifts to a family going through some tough times. It began, as usual, with a wrapping party at the Sannwaldt house and was followed by the delivery of the gifts to the family’s house via classic vehicle convoy. 


The smiles on the faces of the kids (13, 8, 5 and 1 years old) says it all. As always, we are proud of what the club does for the community - not just during the holidays, but throughout the entire year.

The Club, spear-headed by Ed and Deb Sannwaldt, received donations from Club members totaling $1,075 to purchase clothes, toys, & bikes for the four girls. The Club also provided gift cards to local merchants. 

Club members assembled at the Georgetown High School and then paraded to the girl's home. Gifts were distributed and the big gift of bikes for each girl was a big success.

Recognition at Car Show

December 2016

The Club, spear-headed by Ed and Deb Sannwaldt, once again participated in the Williamson County Sheriff Department’s Brown Santa.


Club members assembled a convoy of classic cars and delivered almost $900 in gifts to a deserving family in the area. It’s pretty hard to keep it together when a Mom who is still recovering from a serious auto accident is so overwhelmed that she breaks into tears. Doesn’t get any better.