Chestnut Square Post
Heritage Guild of Collin County Monthly News, February 2016
Busy, Busy! Volunteers at Work!
Nine groups are regularly scheduled to work, and one group - the Hands N Hammers of First United Methodist Church, has performed hundreds of hours of building and reparation work on our buildings. We had a workday with Ernst & Young of Dallas, who brought 30 employees out to build a fence and re-plane a sloping sidewalk.
We can't forget our board members and their service, and have to say thanks and a fond farewell (for now) to Pat Rodgers and Tim Baker. They continue to be involved as we ask them!
To all who have been involved over the years, and continue to give your valuable time and talents, we cannot say THANK YOU enough!
A Volunteer At Rest
Can't Miss Events - Murder on Chestnut
Saturday, Feb. 13th, 6:30-8:30pm
Bevel Reception House, 405 S. Chestnut Street, McKinney, TX
Join us and the North Texas Civilian Historians for a Murder Mystery Dinner! Be part of the action – while it’s not “Shootout at the OK Corral”, it is historical fiction acting at its finest. Enjoy dinner and participatory theater, playing the role of a family member who lived in one of the houses at Chestnut Square. Learn more about McKinney’s history and help solve the mystery!
Seating is limited so don’t delay – give your valentine the gift of time travel this year!
Tickets are available at www.chestnutsquare.org.