Wisner House and the Stackhouse Education Center are now open and classes will continue as scheduled (parking is allowed for class participants). Due to storm damage, access to grounds is limited to designated areas until further notice.
As we launch this year's Annual Appeal - Nurturing Nature '16 - I'm reminded of a lovely sentiment shared by neighbor, Summit resident, and Common Council member David Naidu.
"When I visit the Arboretum, I may come alone, but I never feel lonely."
When David said this, I felt goose bumps rise and a swell of such emotion. How eloquent and how to the point. Yes, a visit to Reeves-Reed Arboretum offers each and every one of us a chance to really be a part of something bigger, whether you're here for a quiet walk or to join in the festivities of a giant community event.
Today I ask you to decide what kind of organization, community, society or, I dare say, world you want to build and be a part of. Together, we can make change - with a little money and a lot of courage and passion.
On behalf of our Staff and Board of Trustees, please give to our Annual Appeal - Nurturing Nature '16.