As we have stated in previous articles, the Legacy Garden is under construction and is the area to the left of the doors entering the Gathering Space. The Legacy Garden will be the area where we recognize the many parishioners who have remembered St. Ann in their estates, have made major contributions to past campaigns, and those who have been active members for 50 years or more. More information about the benefits of being a member of the St. Ann Legacy Society are available in the Legacy packets that can be found in the Hospitality Room or the Parish Office.
The Garden will be made up of various size pavers that correspond with the donor’s level of participation. There will 3 memorial walls where plaques will be hung to honor those who have been able to give substantial gifts. We will have a display of the updated drawings and samples of the pavers and plaques available in the Gathering Space in the near future.
The Legacy Garden, as well as the site plan for the Pavilion Project, officially launched at the 65th Anniversary Dinner. The Pavilion Project drawing will also be on display in the Gathering Space.
Remember, the Legacy Garden Dedication will be on June 9th following the 11:30 Mass.
If you want to learn more about the St. Ann Legacy Society, plan to attend our upcoming Advanced Planning seminar. There will be a presentation on the St. Ann Legacy Society, along with great information on how to plan for future life events. The seminar will take place on June 19, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Trinity Rooms (light snacks and cocktails at 6:30 p.m.).
We hear many horror stories about families who have not planned for the future, and when a tragedy unexpectedly happens, the family is not only devastated by the tragedy, but overwhelmed by the decisions and planning that they have to deal in addition to their grief. Don’t let this happen to your loved ones. Give yourself peace of mind and join us at this informative and extremely important seminar