It's Fall, Y'all

The Conservancy celebrates new year, new name at art-inspired Dallas party

The Conservancy celebrates new year at art-inspired Dallas party

Stella DiPasqua, Emily Brooks, John Hill, Gabriela Ramos Heuberger, Hall Thorne
Stella DiPasqua, Emily Brooks, John Hill, Gabriela Ramos Heuberger, Hal Thorne Photo by Bethany Kempfe
Ashley Mahon, Marcus Duron
Ashley Mahon, Marcus Duron Photo by Bethany Kempfe
Junior Conservacy Board Committee
The Junior Conservancy Board Committee members   Photo by Bethany Kempfe
Gay Donnell, Kirsten Swanson
Gay Donnell, Kirsten Swanson Photo by Bethany Kempfe
Sean March, Lauren Ives
Sean March, Lauren Ives Photo by Bethany Kempfe
Gay Donnell, Hal Thorne, Rebecca Moore
Gay Donnell, Hal Thorne, Rebecca Moore Photo by Bethany Kempfe
Jane Brecunier, David Dennard, Kirsten Swanson, Peter Swanson
Jane Brecunier, David Dennard, Kirsten Swanson, Peter Swanson Photo by Bethany Kempfe
Rachel Center, Marcus Duron
Rachel Center, Marcus Duron Photo by Bethany Kempfe
Sean March, Nilka Barbosa
Sean March, Nilka Barbosa Photo by Bethany Kempfe
Stella DiPasqua, Emily Brooks, John Hill, Gabriela Ramos Heuberger, Hall Thorne
Ashley Mahon, Marcus Duron
Junior Conservacy Board Committee
Gay Donnell, Kirsten Swanson
Sean March, Lauren Ives
Gay Donnell, Hal Thorne, Rebecca Moore
Jane Brecunier, David Dennard, Kirsten Swanson, Peter Swanson
Rachel Center, Marcus Duron
Sean March, Nilka Barbosa

What: The Junior Conservancy Fall Party

Where: The Stay ZaZa Art House and Social Gallery

The 411: The Junior Conservancy, formerly The Lee Park Junior Conservancy, celebrated a fresh year on the Dallas philanthropy scene with a welcome party to mingle with members new and old. Guests enjoyed frozen sangria cocktails and passed apps while chatting with fellow members about all of the exciting events to come in the 2017-2018 social season. Calendars should be marked for November 28's Light up the Park event.

Gay Donnell, The Conservancy President & CEO, then updated the crowd on the restoration of the park to the original name, Oak Lawn Park, and future plans for the 20 acres of urban green space. Updates and event details on The Junior Conservancy can be found here.

Who: Hal Thorne, Rebecca Moore, Sean March, Nilka Barbosa, Jane Brecunier, David Dennard, Kirsten Williams Swanson, Peter Swanson, Rachel Center, Marcus Duron, and more.