Puffy Muffin Introduces Mardi Gras Cookie Benefiting Brentwood Green Space!
Brentwood-based Puffy Muffin Dessert Bakery & Restaurant has released a new Mardi Gras themed design for its Iced Sugar Cookie benefiting Brentwood Green Space! The bakery donates ten percent of each themed cookie sale to The Citizens for Brentwood Green Space(more).
Puffy Muffin Introduces Valentine Cookie Benefiting Brentwood Green Space!
Brentwood-based Puffy Muffin Dessert Bakery & Restaurant has released a new Valentine’s Day themed design for its Iced Sugar Cookie benefiting Brentwood Green Space! Late last year the company introduced the new oversized cookie as a standing item in its bakery at the Brentwood location and announce a long-term commitment to donate ten percent of each cookie sale to The Citizens for Brentwood Green Space. Cookie sales have been brisk and Puffy Muffin presented its first check to our group on February 2nd!
The Citizens for Brentwood Green Space presented the City of Brentwood a $12,000 check at a recent Brentwood City Commission meeting as a result of the second annual “A Walk In The Park” event held October 30th. Over 200 people attended the event which featured hayrides, food provided by several local vendors, historic home tours, live music and a kid’s zone.
In addition to the title sponsor, H. G. Hill Realty Company, other sponsors for “A Walk in the Park” included United Healthcare, The Mick Foundation, H. Michael Hindman Architects, Middle Tennessee Ear, Nose & Throat, Nolensville Market Square, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Southern Oral & Facial Surgery, Nelson Mazda Cool Springs and Southeast Venture. Local media and marketing sponsors included Brentwood Home Page, Williamson Herald, YOUR Williamson Magazine, WAKM-AM radio, and Harkins Marketing Advisors. Hospitality sponsors were Judge Bean’s BBQ, Papa C Pies, Bradley’s Creamery, Mid TN Erosion and Sediment Control, Fitness Together and Liberty Party Rental. Brentwood Academy provided the very popular “Balloon Art” featuring Glenna Thompson. Amerigos and Mere Bulles provided gift certificates as well. Finally, a one-of-a-kind Ravenswood Mansion painting was donated for a silent auction by local Williamson County artist Mike Moyers, who is known for his knife-edge style and brightly hued nature settings.
CBGS formally announced a goal to help raise $300,000 in late 2011 toward the acquisition of the remaining 77.89 acres at Ravenswood Farm, which was later acquired in early 2014. The CBGS continues to push to add green space in our community. With this payment, a total of $160,535 has been donated to the City. These funds helped Brentwood purchase the remaining acres at Ravenswood Farm and add future amenities at Marcella Vivrette Smith Park, including the development of a new picnic shelter as part of the City’s Phase II expansion.