All posts by Jason Reynolds

The visionary behind Cedarbrook Media, Jason has over 20 years of experience in project management and design.

PHS Band Percussion headed to Percussion Festival

The Prosper High School Band Percussion Ensemble has earned an invitation to perform at the Sandy Feldstein National Percussion Festival during the 2017 Music for All National Festival in Indianapolis in March. This is the first time that the Prosper High School Percussion Ensemble has received this honor. Prosper joined ensembles from across the nation ...

Prosper has First Responders Working in the Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

We at Cedarbrook Media have been following with great interest the updates from South Texas about the activities of our firefighters helping with the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. Lieutenant Scott Himes, Driver Engineer Zachary Stringer and Firefighter Micky Blain consisted of the first group dispatched and they have been sending back pictures of the ...

Town Matters – Chief Ronnie Tucker

Someone a bit smarter than me once said, “Every story has an end, but every end is really just the start of a new beginning.” That quote came to mind recently as we get ready to celebrate the career of Fire Chief Ronnie Tucker at his retirement ceremony at the end of August. The Chief ...

Earth-Kind Gardening in Prosper

Green thumbs are striking throughout Prosper with the new addition of a small garden that’s creating a huge impact. The Collin County Master Gardeners, the Prosper Garden Club, Prosper ISD and many volunteers have come together to create and maintain The Jana Thomson Garden, formerly known as the environmental learning center adjacent to Judy Rucker ...

Artwork on the streets of Prosper -Bringing joy to the streets from a little rock with a lot of love

Tish Cama | Cedarbrook Media A small rock and a little paint to sparkle it up has been the talk of the town over the last week. It began with a post on Facebook from the Town of Prosper about a small rock being found in a Prosper park with the word “Imagine” painted on it. ...

Irrigation and Conservation – Watering without wasting

Our approach to using water to irrigate lawns should be that of conservation. The supply is not endless — in fact, only one percent of the earth’s water is available for human consumption and use. The objective is to supplement only what the lawn requires and use this precious resource wisely. How well soil absorbs ...

Light Farms Community comes together to support one of its residents

The Light Farms Barn Yard, in the middle of the Light Farms community, will be bustling with a large crowd beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday night. Ben and Skin of “The Ben and Skin Show” will host an open-to-the-public, free, family-friendly charity fundraiser concert and auction for friend and Light Farms neighbor Bruce Thompson, ...

Veteran’s Memorial project for Prosper gets its first corporate boost

Friday was a good day for Prosper with the addition of a second grocery store when Kroger officially opened its doors at the second Prosper site for the supermarket chain. And in honor of the ribbon cutting event, Kroger donated $2,000 to help get the Veteran’s Memorial budget campaign moving. Jack Dixon and Cap Perry, ...

Kroger shows confidence in Prosper market, growth

Kroger has had its eye on the Prosper market for several years and Friday’s opening is only the second of three Prosper stores for the supermarket chain. The location on U.S. Highway 380 at its intersection with Gee Road was busy Friday, July 14, when Prosper Town dignitaries joined with Kroger dignitaries to celebrate the ...

New stadium and natatorium projects previewed at PISD Board meeting

Josh Brown and Joe Tremblay of the Huckabee Architectural firm kicked off a presentation for the Prosper ISD School Board on Monday night with a real glimpse at two new structures coming to Prosper – the long-awaited natatorium and the new football stadium. Both are still in the design stages so a long way from ...