PARRISH – As DaySpring begins construction on its Spring of Support donor recognition gathering area this summer, the Diocese of Southwest Florida presents a series of videos to share a variety of perspectives on the history and future for our ‘Sacred Place’.
Our first video in the series, seen below, features the family of Ted and Debby Tripp.
We thank God for the generous support of the entire Tripp family over the last several decades. They have not only experienced, but faithfully served the mission of DaySpring with the time, talent and treasure of three generations. Clearly, the Tripp family legacy is a monumental part of what DaySpring Episcopal Center is today. We are thrilled to honor their legacy by naming a special place in their honor – the Tripp Family Pavilion in honor of Paula Jones Tripp and Deborah Tripp.
DaySpring is currently implementing a transitional phase in the 10 Year Strategic Master Plan for the 97-acre property, as we advance from the successful completion of the Phase 1 Program Center and Pool to the optimization of meeting spaces for guests into the next generation.
Pavilion A, one of the original gathering structures at DaySpring, was recently renovated to match the new Program Center design, including the latest technology equipment. As groups continue to request this beloved and renewed space for their programming, we honor this building with a new name – the Tripp Family Pavilion. A formal ceremony to unveil the new sign will be a part of the Spring of Support Dedication in Fall 2020.
A link to the video is HERE.