Sienna Plantation marked the opening of its newest amenity center, Sawmill Lake Club, as a chance to also do good, collecting boxes of groceries for a Catholic Charities’ food pantry.
Those attending the grand opening brought canned goods, baking mixes, dry milk and other non-perishables that were donated to Trini’s Corner Market, the self-select food pantry at Catholic Charities’ Mamie George Community Center in Richmond.
“Food pantries feel the strain as the holidays approach, with more people seeking assistance,” said Alvin San Miguel, general manager of Sienna Plantation. “With the timing of our grand opening, we thought this was a perfect opportunity to help stock the shelves and serve the greater community.”
The grand opening of Sienna’s fourth residential multi-purpose center brought a day of pampering with spa-inspired activities such as neck and foot massages, Texas Fresh Juices samples and a jumbo-marshmallow decorating bar. Attendees also could register for prizes, including a Lake Austin Spa Resort package. Nineteen model homes in the Village of Sawmill Lake also were open for tours.