Entrepreneurial Women Will Give Landscaping Advice

Terri Loddick, owner and president of ProScapes Lawn Care

Make a plan to come to the November luncheon of the Robson Ranch Women’s Club, on Nov. 1—the doors open at 11 a.m. and lunch is served at 11:30 a.m. Not only will you hear from three remarkable women about how to improve your landscapes, but you will also get your first Thanksgiving menu of turkey, dressing, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie.

Three important women from ProScapes will enlighten us on landscape development. Terri Loddick, owner and president of ProScapes, which she founded in 2004, will speak on irrigation and how important it is. Her credentials are impeccable: she has a degree in horticulture and agribusiness, and 30 years of experience in this industry. She is a recognized expert on turf and tree issues. Her personal theory of business is to treat every property as if it were hers. She uses a hands-on approach to every project.

The second speaker, Jennifer Brown, is the designer and project manager at ProScapes. She too has many years of experience in the industry. Her approach is to listen to the client’s dream and to develop it into a beautiful reality. Jennifer’s topic will be about how a landscape design comes together from the initial contact with the client to implementation of the design.

Cathy Ricks is the client liaison for ProScapes and is a Robson Ranch resident, to boot. Her initial experience with ProScapes was as a client in 2017. She became a member of the ProScapes’ team in 2020. Cathy has many years of experience as an interior designer; she also has a green thumb—an essential requirement for ProScapes—and a strong awareness of the importance of customer service. Cathy will speak on how a homeowner can reflect personality with seasonal color and decorative pots.

These successful women will share their knowledge with us; we will leave the luncheon with a better grasp of how a landscape plan can improve our homes.

The charity of the month for November is the Denton Community Food Center.

To join us at this meeting, please make your reservations by the deadline of noon, Oct. 26. You can drop your $19 check made out to the RRWC in the white mailbox in the Women’s Lounge of the Cimarron Sports Center, or pay using Pay Pal. To do so, go to the RRWC website at www.rrwomensclub.org.