Georgetown Edition | February 2022


organization that provides transportation for Georgetown seniors, prioritizing their quality of life. It is located at 2995 Dawn Drive, Ste. 106, Georgetown. 512-868-9544. IN THE NEWS Georgetown Chamber of Commerce announced Jerry Human as the group’s new interim president in a release Jan. 27. His rst day on the job was Jan. 31. Human will replace Barrie Laing, who took the position on an interim basis last summer as the chamber began its search for a new president and CEO. Human’s professional experience includes several stops across Texas, including as assis- tant manager for the Greater Pasadena Chamber of Commerce from 1966-68 and 1970; executive director for Laporte- Bayshore Chamber of Commerce from 1971-74; president and CEO of the Luin/ Angelina County Chamber of Commerce from 1974-84 and 2004-15; and presi- dent and CEO of the Galveston Chamber of Commerce from 1984-85, according to the release. He is also the co-founder and CEO of Solutions Consulting, which he runs with Charlie Dromgoole, who served as the chamber’s interim president in 2018 during its previous CEO vacancy and search. 512-930-3535.

enjoy one of Rentsch or sister brewery Strang Land’s beers, such as Texas Lager or Austinite Pilz. Rentsch was George- town’s rst brewery and opened six years ago at 2500 NE Inner Loop, Georgetown. NEWOWNERSHIP 10 Texas Treats, headquartered in Georgetown, is relaunching its website and expanding its inventory of local products under the new ownership of Rachel and David Barnhart, who took over on Jan. 25. “As new owners, we are so excited to rebrand Texas Treats and are grateful for this amazing opportunity to share Texas friendliness,” Rachel Barnhart said in a release. Customers can choose a specialty box or basket that includes select items that support a certain Texas NEWMANAGEMENT 11 Faith in Action Georgetown an- nounced Lisa Hill as its new executive director. Vickie Orcutt, who led the organization for six years, will retire at the end of February and take on a consulting role as Hill becomes acclimated with the nonprot. “We are very excited to have Lisa stepping into this role,” Orcutt said in a release. “It gives me comfort to know Faith in Action will be in such capable and enthu- siastic hands.” Faith in Action is a nonprot theme. 512-688-5096

Renovations at Heritage Community Garden include 25 in-ground garden beds, 48 raised beds and eight Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant beds. Plot reservations can be made online now.


FEATURED IMPACT COMING SOON Heritage Community Garden , 2100 Hutto Road, Georgetown, is accepting plot reservations for its March 1 opening. There are 25 in-ground beds, 48 raised beds and eight Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant beds. Leases run from March 1-Dec. 31. An in-ground bed costs $50 annually for city residents and $75 annually for nonresidents. Raised beds and ADA- accessible beds cost $40 for residents and $50 for nonresidents. heritage-community-garden




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