Keep Pearland Beautiful is now accepting sponsorships for the Plant Thyme Fall Luncheon. Your generous sponsorship will enable us to continue to provide quality environmental education programs and support the Stella Roberts Recycling Center operations. The 14th Annual Plant Thyme Fall Luncheon on October 20, 2017 features guest speaker Dan Phillips, eco-friendly architect and founder of Phoenix Commotion.
Complete the online PTFL Sponsor Form before August 25, 2017 and you will be recognized in the invitation, event program, website, social media and at the luncheon!
Dan Phillips started Phoenix Commotion to prove that constructing unique and artistic homes with recycled and salvaged materials has a viable place in the building industry. Dan Phillips will present his use of recycled materials in projects mainly in the Huntsville area.
If you have any questions about sponsoring the event or in-kind donations contact Andrew Miller at (281) 489-2795 or [email protected] We look forward to partnering with you on this event to make Pearland the cleanest and most beautiful city in Texas!
The Luncheon is at the Pearland First United Methodist Church Family Life Center, 2314 N. Grand Blvd. Doors for the silent auction bids and plant shopping open at 10:30 AM. Lunch and the program start at 11:30 AM. The native and adaptive plant sale continues throughout the duration of the event. The plant sale moves to the Stella Roberts Recycling Center Saturday morning, October 21st from 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM. The recycling center is located at 5800 Magnolia, Pearland, TX 77584.
About Keep Pearland Beautiful
Keep Pearland Beautiful currently serves the Pearland community with 250 members through litter prevention, waste reduction, and beautification programs. From organizing and running the first recycling program, to the development of hike and bike trails, initiating and maintaining the Adopt-A-Spot program, to collecting Household Hazardous Waste, and developing K.I.P.P.E.R.S. (Kids in Pearland Preserving the Environment through Responsible Service) in local middle schools, KPB continues to make a difference in the community in which we live and work.