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Jubilee Commons dedication

Jubilee Commons Dedication

Bench Sponsor
Plinth Sponsor
Tree Sponsor

Welcome to the Jubilee Commons dedication page. Way back in the school year of 2009-2010, we began to establish plans to improve the front area of the elementary school. Our goal was to create a space that would not only improve the school aesthetics, but also be a functional space for the community. We developed a central gathering and seating area, added additional benches, improved lighting and landscaping, and increased the size of the usable outdoor play space for the Pre-School.

Many of you will remember the construction site early in 2012 and were able to observe the development of the new construction over the year. We officially blessed and opened the Jubilee Commons with our Pastor, Fr. Thuc Si Ho on April 23rd, 2013. In front of a large crowd we were able to thank the volunteer committee that helped get the project rolling and manage its progress. We also thanked the designers, Devin Conway and Naz Pouya from Verde Design, Inc., and James Moore, the Vice President of the construction firm, Robert A Bothman, Inc.

Now, as a school and parish community we have an opportunity to make a permanent mark on our new campus -- by donating a custom-inscribed brick. Sponsoring a brick will mean that you will remain a part of our school's history permanently. Bricks with the donor's inscription will be installed several times over the course of the next couple of years. Offered as a way to honor individuals, groups and organizations within our school and parish community, the bricks will be etched in place at the site of your choosing. Each brick is listed as an individual item to purchase.The possibilities are practically limitless when it comes to what the bricks can be used to commemorate. Bricks can be engraved to honor any person, group or organization – regardless of any affiliation to the school or Parish and willhave a permanent place within our community. In addition to the bricks there are also a limited number of benches and trees. These too may be sponsored and bronze plaques inscribed by words chosen by the sponsor will be added at the foot of each.

I look forward to reading your inscriptions over the coming weeks, months and years.

My blessings to you all,

Philip Dolan
President of Schools