We would like to thank all who attended our first Lunch and Learn at Café Marrese on February 15. It was a pleasure to share our vision and plans for Cypress’ Newest Community Focused Garden Space. Guests heard from guest speakers such as Wayne Schilleci, Director of Culinary Development and founder of The Cypress Circle, and Antonio Flamenco of INsite Architecture, the architect working on this project, who both expressed their excitement and goals for Deep Cypress Gardens. Our CEO and President Teri Quance held an insightful Q&A for attendees, and also launched the capital campaign for Deep Cypress Alliance, which included ways to fundraise and donate to the project.
It was such a successful, joyous day for our team. We look forward to all things to come with Deep Cypress Alliance, and we hope you will join us in conserving our beautiful community’s natural resources.
Special thanks to Community Impact for the insightful article on our upcoming plans and events with Deep Cypress Gardens: https://communityimpact.com/houston/cy-fair/environment/2017/02/16/more-details-construction-timetable-released-for-deep-cypress-gardens/
We would love for you to join us at our initial volunteer meeting, Wednesday, March 29 at Rock Creek Community Center. In addition, we are accepting registrations for the First Annual Travis Chaffin Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament on Saturday, April 8 at Longwood Golf Club. For registration information, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/travis-chaffin-memorial-scholarship-1st-annual-golf-tournament-tickets-29486583164?aff=eac2.
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