The 2nd Annual Legacy of Trees Gala & Auction Happens This Thursday!

Beth Acton, Business Consultant for First American Title, and Virginia Lazenby, CSHP.
Beth Acton, Business Consultant for First American Title, andVirginia Lazenby, CSHP.

The Legacy at Georgetown is hosting their 2nd Annual Legacy of Trees for the benefit the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter|. The Animal Shelter’s goals are to increase pet adoptions; to emphasize humane care for lost, unwanted, or displaced pets; and to provide a safe haven for strays and a secure area for dangerous animals. It is a worthy cause that makes Georgetown a more caring community and provides a safe haven for our 4-legged friends.

Just as I did last year, I have decorated and donated a tree to support the Shelter — it is named “4-Legged Friends Christmas Tree.”

On Thursday evening, December 3, 2015 there will be a Legacy of Trees Gala and Silent Auction. Starting at 5:30 with light hors d’oeuvres and festive cocktails, the Silent Auction will include all of the trees on display. I urge you to bid early and generously for this wonderful cause.

Located adjacent to Sun City and Scott & White Medical Clinic, The Legacy at Georgetown Assisted Living Community is bringing something truly unique to our city. It’s a place “where independence thrives and yet assistance is only a call away.” I am a big fan.

If you’d like to attend the Legacy of Trees Gala, please contact me no later than noon Wednesday, December 2, 2015 and I will gladly reserve your place.

Find out more about Georgetown, its attractions, its residents and its home ownership opportunities at www.GeorgetownTXRetirementLifestyle.com or request a free relocation kit. If you are interested in making Georgetown, TX your hometown, contact me, Virginia Lazenby.

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