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June 2021 TIAA Day at the Dallas Arboretum

We had a great turnout for our first TI Alumni event in more than a year!

Almost 30 alumni members and their guests spent two hours at the Arboretum enjoying the beautiful flower displays, landscaping, and fellowship.  An added bonus was the Summer of Sculpture exhibit, a collection of Zimbabwean stone sculptures.

We enjoyed lunch at the Smoky Rose restaurant, which had a large extensive menu.  There was enough variety to suit everyone’s tastes.  We arrived back at the TI Expressway site at 1:15.

Dallas Arboretum

The 66-acre Dallas Arboretum is one of the world’s premier gardens, and certainly one of the most colorful. Local residents have deemed this urban oasis to be the crowning jewel of Dallas. As one of the city’s top attractions, the Arboretum garners repeat visits from members, local visitors and out-of-town guests. Come enjoy the Garden for its beautiful vistas, colorful display gardens, and groves of pecan trees, magnolias, crape myrtles, cherry trees and azaleas. 

Texas Freshwater Fishery in Athens, February 19, 2020

Fourteen TIAA members and guests hopped on a bus and rode about 75 miles to visit this interesting center that is recognized as a national leader in implementing effective natural resources conservation and outdoor recreational programs.  Built as a joint venture between the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation and the city of Athens, this center offers dive programs, aquatic education and a production freshwater hatchery.

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