The Chamber Fourth Friday Luncheon presented by Express Employment Profession is noon-1, March 25 at Hotel Fredonia. Timber Springs developer - Archangel Capital Partners - President Joe Geer, pictured, will present “Timber Springs Takes Off.” Geer will outline progress being made on the $41 million retirement community underway in northeast Nacogdoches. Attendees will be able to view architects’ concepts and other illustrations of a variety of living spaces.
Gold sponsor is Norbord Texas, LLP. The information presented is vital for all local businesses, and the luncheon serves as the Chamber’s monthly membership meeting. We urge you to attend and stay on top of what is going on at the Chamber and around town.
Jack Mathews was the lucky winner of the $50 drawing sponsored by First Bank & Trust East Texas.
Timber Springs developer - Archangel Capital Partners, LLC - President Joe Geer will present “Timber Springs Takes Off.” Geer will outline progress being made on the $41 million retirement community underway in northeast Nacogdoches. Attendees will be able to view architects’ concepts and other illustrations of a variety of living spaces.
“I am honored to welcome Mr. Joe Geer to the Fourth Friday Luncheon and thank the chamber for arranging this timely program,” said Mayor Roger Van Horn. “We are all encouraged that after the long process of development and negotiation the much anticipated Timber Springs project is near to being a reality. Timber Springs will be a wonderful addition to the economy of Nacogdoches providing new jobs and an attractive environment for those seeking a quality retirement community. I congratulate the city, county and state elected officials and Mr. Geer and his associates for working hard with trust to bring Timber Springs to reality.”
Archangel Capital Partners was formed in 2009 to brand Geer’s collective experience in the development services for senior living communities including first-line feasibility studies, site selection, due diligence, land procurement and development management. Geer has been operating in the development and financial sector of the real estate market for more than 23 years.
The Nacogdoches County Chamber led the effort that resulted in the County being named a Go Texan Certified Retirement Community in 2006.
“Timber Springs is now a key component in attracting and retaining retirees in our community,” Chamber President/CEO Bruce R. Partain said. “As we re-certify with the state later this year, we can count this major development as outstanding progress in that arena.”