JJPV Thanks: July – October 2020

Thank you, donors and volunteers, for the many ways you support Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center! Because of you, Jones Park remains one of Harris County’s top recreational facilities. This 312-acre park along Spring Creek continues to be a place where individuals and families can picnic, hike and bike along paved trails, paddle along the creek, fish, and participate in free programs and festivals. With your continued support and generosity, Jones Park will remain a favorite destination for discovering nature and wildlife.

Bill and Ann Oakes for generously donating to the JJPV in memory of Joe Nelson.

Billie Jackson for generously donating to the JJPV in memory of Joe Nelson.

Boy Scouts of America – Flaming Arrow District for donating their time to help with renovation projects in the Redbud Hill Homestead.

Chili’s Grill & Bar – Humble for donating gift cards and coupons for free kids’ meals to be used as raffle and door prizes at the JJPV Volunteer Appreciation Party.

Christian Homeschoolers in the Atascocita Texas Area (CHATA) for donating their time to help with ongoing projects in the park.

Daniel and Stefani Whetzel for generously donating to the JJPV in memory of Joe Nelson.

Dick’s Sporting Goods for donating gift cards to be used as raffle prizes at the JJPV Volunteer Appreciation Party.

Kaylen Fry for generously donating to the JJPV in memory of Joe Nelson.

Kingwood Garden Center for donating a gift card to be used as a raffle prize at the JJPV Holiday Party.

Klein Collins High School Key Club for donating their time to help with litter cleanup at Volunteer Service Day.

Longhorn Steakhouse for donating dining gift certificates to be used as raffle prizes at the JJPV Volunteer Appreciation Party.

Nancy Ramirez for generously donating to the JJPV in memory of Joe Nelson.

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of Southeast Texas for donating a raffle prize for the JJPV Volunteer Appreciation Party.

Robbins Chevrolet for their generous donation to purchase candy for Creepy Crawly Critters and the Nocturnal Nature Walk.

The Right Step – Houston for donating their time to help with invasive plant removal and brush clearing around the Nature Center.