"We made record profits," Makely said. "The music was well-received. We got tremendous compliments. We considered it a block party. We got great publicity."
The majority of the money will be used for scholarships. Some funds will be donated to student service clubs, as well as used for local projects, Makely said, such as the benches throughout Alamo.
At the event, Rotary named retired Deputy Fire Chief Chris Suter as Citizen of the Year.