Rolling Sculpture Car Show raises $11,500 for Friends of Bee Cave Public Library

Officials stand holding a large check.
From left: Council Member Andrea Willott, friends President Elena Reid, Mayor Pro Tem Andrew Clark, George Black, library Director Barbara Hathaway, Mayor Kara King, Doug Chambers, Judy Chambers, Rita Bauer, Noa Hazarabedian, Council Member Kevin Hight and Council Member Courtney Hohl accept the check from the Rolling Sculpture Car Show. (Courtesy Gretchen Hardin)

From left: Council Member Andrea Willott, friends President Elena Reid, Mayor Pro Tem Andrew Clark, George Black, library Director Barbara Hathaway, Mayor Kara King, Doug Chambers, Judy Chambers, Rita Bauer, Noa Hazarabedian, Council Member Kevin Hight and Council Member Courtney Hohl accept the check from the Rolling Sculpture Car Show. (Courtesy Gretchen Hardin)

Doug Chambers, director of the Rolling Sculpture Car Show, presented a check for $11,500 from the club to benefit the Friends of Bee Cave Public Library at the Jan. 25 Bee Cave City Council meeting.

Friends President Elena Reid, library Director Barbara Hathaway and Mayor Kara King were present to accept the donation. The friends group supports programming and library advocacy for the Bee Cave Public Library.


This is the car club’s largest fundraiser of the year and the show’s 12th year.

Past donations to the Friends of Bee Cave Public Library have funded scholarships for teen volunteers and paid for new furniture in the library.

By Jennifer Schaefer

Editor, Lake Travis-Westlake and Northwest Austin

Jennifer joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2022. She spent the past 16 years working in newspapers as a reporter, copy editor and page designer. She is from Florida but has spent the past six years in the Austin area. She lives in Northwest Austin with her family and two dachshunds.