Highland Park ISD trustee Cynthia Beecherl reported at Tuesday’s meeting that more than 400 copies of the district’s centennial coffee-table cook have already been sold. If you’d like a copy, you can get one for just 50 bucks, thanks to underwriting from Allie Beth and Pierce Allman.
Beecherl also revealed a couple of details about October’s centennial celebration. Two food trucks — Ruthie’s and Easy Slider — are on board, and Rhonda Sargent Chambers is advising the district on how to throw an ab-fab event.
“We’re not making any money,” Beecherl said of the various centennial initiatives. “We’re just trying to cover our costs.”