City of Meadows Place participate in TRAPS’ 75 Years of Advocacy Quilt

Shown are Julee Rosales (left) and Michal Ann Lord (right) standing in front of the quilt.

In recognition of their 75 years of advocacy, the Texas Recreation and Parks Society (TRAPS) asked member cities to create and contribute a square of their city of parks department logo for an anniversary quilt. Limited spaces were available to cities across Texas, who were given specific guidelines to follow and a deadline to meet.

Meadows Place jumped at the opportunity to be a part of this beautiful commemorative piece and was chosen to be part of the quilt. Meadows Place is very proud of the participation and placement. The quilt is displayed at the TRAPS office in Jonestown, northwest of Austin.

The Meadows Place square is located on the top row center of the quilt.

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