Monday, January 18, 2016

The Highlandtown Train Garden Has Been Moved

On Sunday, January 10, 2016 several Train Garden volunteers helped to move the Train Garden from Engine House # 41 to its storage area at Our Lady of Pompei Church. The volunteers were Chris, Dennis, Terry, Scott E., Joe, Adam, and Wesley.

The Highlandtown Train Garden Had a Very Successful Year

The Highlandtown Train Garden has its most successful year regarding sponsorships, donations, and visitors. Sponsorships totaled $4,850, donations totaled $5,105.45, and the total number of visitors  was 5,985 which included 1,053 students from neighboring area schools. As a result, the Train Garden volunteers will use this money to create an exciting and creative Train Garden for 2016. Hope to see you there!

Winners of the Highlandtown Train Garden Raffle

Pictured below are Jim Seay and Sara Ingram. They are the  winners of the raffle drawn at the Highlandtown Train Garden on Sunday, January 3, 2016 - the Train Garden's last day. They picked up their prizes on Friday, January 15 at the Train Garden storage area at Our Lady of Pompei Catholic Church.
Jim is the President of Premier Rides and Sara is the Director of Sales and Marketing.