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“Summert ime 2014”

he days get longer, the sun gets hotter and the mercury begins to rise…summertime in Celina, Texas! June is the first month of summer vacation from school, and with that vacation time comes a bit more of a relaxed schedule. The burning question that always follows the newfound “free time” is how to spend it! The good news for Celina and the surrounding communities is that the City of Celina, the Celina Newcomers group and the Celina Chamber of Commerce are working together to provide a wide array of entertainment options for Summer 2014. Whether you are looking for a Friday evening shopping excursion on the Square, a Movie Night with your family or an elaborate festival and fireworks show to celebrate our country’s Independence Day, there is something for everyone! So enjoy the slower pace, more time for family and baseball, and take part in everything that Celina has to offer! CELINA Magazine would like to congratulate the graduating class of 2014!! Your hard work and efforts are recognized, and we look forward to spotlighting these young men and women. We have received many submissions from proud parents and graduating Seniors, and look forward to including them in our July Issue. If you have not sent in your Senior’s photo and plans after graduation, please send it to before June 15th. Enjoy your summer Seniors, and Congratulations!!

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Growing Celina

by Pamela Spencer Nishimoto


hen innovative businessman J. Fred Smith designed a plan in 1910 for a downtown shopping area in Celina, he was envisioning the future. Influenced by the “City Beautiful” movement, Smith acquired land, laid out a “Public Square,” built brick buildings and in eight months opened Celina’s first open air mall. Through Smith’s efforts, Celina soon had an electric plant, concrete sidewalks, water and sewage systems, a city park, lake and other improvements.

Pictured above: Lewis Robinson and Mrs Margaret Robinson

Smith’s design helped create a sense of community in Celina, explains Carolyn Harvey, board member for the Celina Heritage Museum. “Farmers and craftspeople brought whatever their talents and products were to the Square: produce, animals, pelts, bonnets, guns. Anything they could barter or sell. Smith’s innovative Public Square was designed to help people ‘cross-connect.’ Encouraging shopping, visiting and relationship-building.” More than 100 years later, leaders of the Celina Newcomers & Friends were discussing ways to celebrate their upcoming fifth anniversary. A diverse group of women from Celina and surrounding areas, the non-profit organization is dedicated to helping women make friends and feel connected in the community. Launched in 2009 by Sandy Carter, who’d returned to Celina after several years living overseas and was experiencing the challenges of living in a “new” community, the group is modeled after a similar newcomer organization Carter experienced in Italy. Michelle Garrett, Celina Newcomers & Friends’ treasurer, initiated the concept of Celina Newcomers hosting a community farmer’s market. “My dream is that we can provide local residents with opportunities to purchase locally grown produce and handmade products from local artisans. Farmers can educate consumers on the health benefits of buying fresh and nutritious ingredients and offer delicious and hopefully different ways to prepare these foods.”


In Fall 2013, Celina Newcomers & Friends began extensive research into the action steps necessary to bring a farmers market to the community. Spearheaded by president Rachel Baty, a core group invested hundreds of volunteer hours developing and implementing plans. “Our aim is to create a destination spot in Celina’s historic downtown square where community members, Celina Magazine

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local farmers, producers, entertainers and artisans can come together,” Baty explains. “The Market will offer fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables raised by local farmers as well as specialties such as breads, honey, jams, herbs and cut flowers. Promoting foot traffic in the Historic Downtown Square, the Market will help give local merchants opportunities to strengthen their businesses while building ‘community’ as couples, families, and friends gather for a relaxing evening alternative to early morning marketing.” “Celina’s downtown historic square is the perfect place for a Farmer’s Market,” says Baty. “Celina Newcomers & Friends’ desire in being the organizer and market manager is to give community members an opportunity to buy from local farmers and local artisans, while listening to local musical talent and visiting with their neighbors.”

North side of square 1901

Friday Night Market on Celina’s Historic Square is a collaborative project led by Celina Newcomers & Friends in partnership with the City of Celina, Celina Main Street, Celina Garden Club and other community groups, organizations and individuals: “The City of Celina and Celina Main Street are supporting Celina Newcomer’s Friday Night Market for many reasons. The Friday Night Market will provide a wonderful place for residents to shop locally and support Celina merchants and artisans. It will also be a way to meet and fellowship with neighbors offering a nice change to the hurried pace many experience in the ‘big city,’ by fostering a relaxing and convenient way to shop. Additionally, a market of this nature will give a wholesome family, couple, and friend-event for Friday night entertainment. Above all, it gives yet another great reason to spend time enjoying the beautiful historic downtown Celina square!” - Terri Wilson, Main Street manager, Celina Main Street “In the tradition of Celina as a farming community, the Friday Night Market will enable local fresh organic produce to be sold on our Historic Square while introducing visitors to our heritage and excellent food.” - Corbett Howard, executive director, Celina Economic Development Corporation “It is an honor to be able to support local farmers that are providing regionally grown goods. The Friday Night Market is a great opportunity for the community to be able to buy local and keep their money local, helping the community grow and succeed.” - Dago Rodriguez, Celina Citizen of the Year, founder of Celina’s annual Cinco de Mayo Festival and owner of Jimbo’s Pizza “It’s always great fun to be involved in new community endeavors like the Farmers Market, especially involving local high school students in developing the new logo. It truly became a whole community project.” - Eric Nishimoto, nationally-recognized graphic artist and creator of the the Friday Night Market logo

“For more than 100 years, Celina Square has been the heartbeat of the community,” explains Harvey. “Smith would be pleased with what is being planned. A farmer’s market puts a little magic in the air; maybe because it’s a glimpse of our past. Buying locally benefits everyone in Celina. It keeps dollars in our community, we are supporting our local farmers, and you get to purchase the freshest produce. It’s a great experience for the whole family!” Little did Sandy Carter know when she initiated Celina Newcomers & Friends that under different leadership five years later an idea would spring forth from the group which would be a natural partnership for her family’s emerging organic farming business. Cartermere Farms, an original vendor partner for Celina’s Friday Night Market, began as a collaboration between Dallas chef Greg Bussey and Sandy’s husband Nelson Carter. The Bussey family had commissioned Carter to build a high-end chicken coop for their Dallas residence. While discussing the project, Bussey asked Carter where he could purchase local organic produce for his restaurants. Their resulting conversation sparked the idea for an experimental three-quarter-acre garden to see what could be grown at the Carter family farm and how restaurants might utilize the produce. The experiment was a success. Just 18 months after that initial conversation, Cartermere Farms was officially established with a five-acre expansion of vegetable plots, more than 200 laying hens, 15 bee hives and the groundwork for a grass-fed lamb operation. The farm’s expanding client list currently includes six restaurants and more than 200 retail customers. Offering fresh organic produce year-around, Cartermere Farms will have numerous types of heirloom tomatoes, peppers, onions, radishes, greens, lettuces, potatoes, beans, peas, squash, and other produce, in addition to free-range organic eggs and organic honey. “There are so many variables that came together to create this dream,” Nelson Carter shares. “Meeting chefs over a chicken coop, collaborating with one of the top restaurateurs in Texas to flesh out the farm’s vision, and having the support and active involvement of family to bring the farm dream into reality. I have no doubt God breathed life into this endeavor. I could not have done this alone.”

Pictured above: Rachel Baty, Sandy Carter, Michelle Garrett Entertainment

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“With the fastest growing segment of the food marketplace coming to Celina on Friday Nights, the Chamber couldn’t be more excited. The historic square is a great place to host the Farmer’s Market and bring the community together.” - Melissa Cromwell, president, Greater Celina Area Chamber of Commerce “The Celina Garden Club is excited to be part of the first Celina Farmers Market. We plan to offer drought-tolerant planting technique demonstrations and Texas native-drought tolerant planters for sale!” - Sue Howard, president, Celina Garden Club


Come to the Friday Night Market and experience Smith’s innovative community concept described in Texas Magazine (November 1911) as “The upbuilding of Celina in the last eight months probably has no parallel in the United States.” Celina’s Historic Square was honored in April when state and local elected officials and community leaders gathered at a dedication ceremony for a Collin County Historical Commission marker. Learn more about the history of the square by reading the historic marker located on the east side of the square by the Pavilion. Celina Newcomers & Friends offers activities for women of all ages and interests. Information about how you can get involved is available at www. and on the group’s Facebook pages. Beginning in September, Celina Newcomers & Friends will meet for lunch from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm the third Thursday of every month at Light Farms Community Center. The organization is open to women living or working in Celina and/or neighboring communities. Plan now to be part of history! Bring family and friends to Friday Night Market on Celina’s Historic Square in downtown Celina, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm on June 6th, June 20th, July 18th, August 1st and August 15th. Highlighting the opening on Friday, June 6th will be the music of Rachel Grisham and friends, as well as special events celebrating this inaugural historic event. For further information, as well as Market Vendor applications and contact information for interested artisans, craftspeople and entertainers: under the “Farmers Market” tab.

Pamela Spencer Nishimoto is a freelance journalist, strategic communications consultant and special event planner serving corporate and nonprofit clients. Pamela and her husband Eric are longtime Collin County residents and actively serve in community-building across North Texas. Celina Magazine

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CELINA ISD EVENTS: 6/2 Last Day of School 6/3 8th Grade Washington DC Trip 6/16 CISD School Board Meeting 6/30 District Closed for Break

CITY OF CELINA EVENTS: 6/10 City Council Regular Meeting 5:00pm 6/17 Planning & Zoning Commission 6:30pm 6/25 Historic Preservation Committee 9:00am SPECIAL EVENTS: 6/6 Friday Night Market on the Square 6/7 Movie Night on the Square 6/7 L&P Summer Series at Frontier Park in Prosper 6:30pm 6/20 Friday Night Market on the Square Have an event you would like to add to the calendar? Email

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Celina Garden Club’s Downtown Abbey Tea Party By JoAnn May

ach year, during the month of May, the Celina Garden Club has a garden party. The ladies all dress up in all their finery and wear their hats. This year’s theme was a “Downtown Abbey “ tea party. It was held at JoAnn May’s house. The chairperson was Sue Verrill with Laura Chappell, Judy Toole, Cynthia Alexander, Cindy Purdy and JoAnn May on the committee. The guests were greeted at the door with a glass of Buck’s Fizz (what us Americans call a Mimosa) served by one of the downstairs staff (played by committee members). After socializing for awhile, everyone sat outside on the patio for a wonderful presentation about daffodils, given by Karla McKenzie, President of the Texas Daffodil Society. The downstairs staff then served the guests. There were tea sandwiches, asparagus soup, scones with clotted cream, petit fours and of course a pot of hot tea! On each table was a center piece filled with beautiful flowers from Cynthia Alexander’s garden. These beautiful arrangements were given to the person who had the sticker on the bottom of their plate. Also, there was a lovely vintage napkin filled with lavender for each person to take as a keepsake. Celina Garden Club History The seeds of the Celina Garden Club were first planted in June, 1945 by Mrs. T.O.Perry and continued to be active into the early 1960’s. At its most active, the club had more than 40 members who met once a month. With an em-



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phasis on horticulture, the club had featured speakers, visited notable gardens in North Texas and worked on the Celina City Park. The Garden Club was also involved in such community work as the cemetery beautification project where they planted climbing scarlet roses along the fences. Some of these roses still survive today. The Celina Garden Club also held flower shows around town. The judges for these shows came from Dallas and Denton. The main criteria of the show were that the flowers in the arrangements had to be “home garden grown”. Proceeds from various fundraising endeavors were used for long-term planting and beautification projects. Susan Owens reorganized the current Celina Garden Club on January 28, 2002. Susan, a Collin County Master Gardener, felt there was definitely an interest in the community for such an organization. The current membership is made up of 40 local residents who share an avid interest in gardening. Meeting are held on the fourth Monday of every month (except July, November and December), and the members eagerly share their knowledge with each other. At each meeting a monthly newsletter is distributed, containing articles on various subjects written by different members. Many monthly meetings feature an authority on a specific gardening topic. For more information on the Celina Garden Club, please visit their website at, or send your email to

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SPCA Take Action Project Troop 4682 Celina, TX Our Brownies completed the Brownie Quest Journey to discover 3 keys. These keys had our troop members discover themselves and their values (Discover Key), connect with their families and each other (Connect Key), and take action within our community and improve their world (Take Action Key). Being the critter lovers they are, our girls decided to help our animal community and take action to collect supplies for the Russell H. Perry Animal Care Center, part of the SPCA of Texas. The girls researched what supplies the SPCA of Texas needed and then created posters to display in local businesses. Each poster included a SPCA wish list. Then the girls contacted business owners and school administrators to inquire about placing a box and a poster at their place of business to collect supplies. The girls had to do all the talking. It was great to see their confidence and excitement as they explained the project. We ended up with four collection boxes out in the community. The staff and animals at the SPCA will benefit from our donations. Supplies dropped off included office supplies, dog food, cat food, cat litter, toys, leashes and collars, medical supplies like cotton balls and Q-Tips, laundry detergent, hand sanitizer, towels and blankets, newspaper, and two dog houses. Our Girl Scouts also benefited from this drive. They saw how just a few girls can make a big difference. They were so proud of what they had done and were very excited to drop off all of the supplies they collected. A very big thank you to our awesome moms who also helped with the girls’ transportation, pickup and delivery of donations and helping the girls practice their speeches. Who was involved? Most of Troop 4682’s Girl Scouts were involved. All or our Scouts are 2nd Graders at Celina Elementary. Aimee Clarke, Lucey Flores, Abby Norris, Maria Napolitano, Maggie Stroot Emily Torkiya, Hailey Vaughn, Shana White Donation boxes were placed at the following locations. - Celina Elementary (Contact: Starla Martin, Principal) - NTA Prosper (Contacts: Master Michael Grant and Becky Grant) - Celina Spirit Shack (Contact: Christina Craven, Owner) - Brickhouse Cardio Club, Celina (Contact: Wendy Tipper, Owner) Brickhouse Cardio Club took things one step further for us and offered a free Zumba party on April 28th for anyone that brought a donation for the SPCA! Wendy also offered to waive the signup fee if people joined Brickhouse and brought a donation!


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Why did our troop decide to do a donation drive for the SPCA? “We decided to do this project so we can help dogs and cats stay healthy and strong so they can find new homes.” - Maggie Stroot “Because we love pets.” - Aimee Clarke How did you feel when we delivered the supplies? What can we do to continue to help the critters at the SPCA? “I felt good that there was a whole bunch of stuff to give them. I want to keep getting more and more stuff to give them.” - Hailey Vaughn “We can still donate stuff with our families. We don’t have a special drive to gather supplies.” - Maggie Stroot What was your favorite part of the take action project? “Asking people for donations.” - Hailey Vaughn “My favorite part was when Ms. Wendy [at Brickhouse] said that everyone could have a free Zumba class if they donated to the SPCA.” - Maggie Stroot “I liked collecting supplies and dancing at the Zumba party.” - Aimee Clarke More information about Brownie Quest Journey can be found here. SPCA’s Wish list can be found here.




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