As cyclists pedaled past families on a stroll around White Rock Lake on Wednesday, April 10, vehicles were queuing up at Barbara Bradfield’s driveway for Juliette Fowler Communities’ Visionary Women Luncheon patron party — “A Celebration of Generosity.”
While guests surrounded the dining room table to fill plates, others were amazed at the home with its perfect views of White Rock thanks to countless windows and charming terrace with a fountain-fed pool. And the interior of the home was just as outstanding with the highlight being the great room showstopper — an organ that evidently was a little cousin to the Meyerson’s Lay Family Organ.
Barbara attributed the brilliance of the design to the late architect Frank Welch, who was known as the dean of Texas architecture.
But the real draw of the evening was 2019 Visionary Women Michelle Kinder, Luncheon Chair Natalie Morin and Juliette Fowler Communities CEO/President Nicole Gann.
Celebrating the vision of Juliette Peak Fowler and honoring individuals who embody her compassionate spirit and visionary leadership to make a difference in the community, the luncheon will provide funding for Juliette Fowler Communities One Heart Fund and support its residents’ greatest needs.