Kim and Terry Quinn’s Park Cities home was made for the holidays. With Nutcrackers on both side of the front door, a beautifully decorated Christmas tree aglow in the living room’s window, personalized stockings hung along the mantle and Drake, the tail-wagging Labrador making everyone feel right at home, it was the ideal place for the Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society’s holiday party on Tuesday, December 12.
Making it even more perfect was the fact that the Prairie-style home built in 1914 was recently designated a historical landmark.
PCHPS President Lucinda Buford also took the opportunity to announce April’s fundraising plans for guests like PCHPS President-elect Venise Stuart, Barry Buford, Hadley Paul, Shelby Fuqua and Susan and Tom Stanzel.
Tish Key will be chairing the Distinguished Speaker Luncheon on Wednesday, April 11, at Brook Hollow Golf Club with former first daughter Jenna Bush Hager as the keynoter.
The following Saturday, April 14, Jana Paul will be chairing the Historic Home Tour. The homes that will be on tour will be announced in the weeks ahead.
The annual Classic and Antique Car Show on Saturday, April 21, will be chaired by Polly and Dan McKeithen.