Timber Lane PTA Fundraiser March 12 2019 with CCC

by Karen Briscoe
February 26, 2019


Join Community Charity Champions to support Timber Lane PTA on Tuesday, March 12, 2019. Come to Pulcinella Italian Host in McLean from 5 to 8pm, enjoy dinner and know that approximately 70% of the proceeds from food and drink will go directly to Timber Lane PTA, as long as the diner brings the flyer for the event. Click here to view and print the flyer.

The Timber Lane Parent Teachers Association is a non-profit organization set up to benefit all of the families and school staff at Timber Lane Elementary School. The PTA supports and supplements the excellent education provided by TL ES.  Additionally, they host events that bring the TL ES together as a community. Funds raised from this event will go towards the excellent enrichment activities and various school support purchases of which the PTA assists.


“Timber Lane Elementary PTA is honored to be chosen as a beneficiary of HBC Group’s Community Charity Champions.  All funds raised by the Timber Lane PTA will be used to help underwrite and support programming that takes place at the school.  Timber Lane is a Title I FCPS elementary school in Falls Church, VA that serves a diverse student body.  We are looking forward to putting the money raised from this event right back into the school so that students will directly benefit from additional programming that the school can offer.  I’m encouraging all of our families, friends, and colleagues to come out and enjoy some great Italian food in support of our school” – statement from Timber Lane PTA

Sponsors of the event are: Karen Briscoe and Lizzy Conroy with the HBC Group of Keller Williams Realty, Marcus Simon with EKKO Title, Kevin Dougherty of Pillar to Post, Kathy and Justin Neal of The Neal Team/SunTrust Mortgage, Jim Harris of BOWA, The McLean Chamber of Commerce, and Moe Gariani with Pulcinella Italian Host.

About Timber Lane Elementary School

Timber Lane is a Title I elementary school committed to increasing the emotional well-being and academic achievement of all students through the inclusive school model. Being a Title I school means that over 45% of the student body at Timber Lane experience poverty and receive support through the school. Timber Lane embraces these realities and views its economic and cultural diversity as a unique opportunity that enriches and broadens the educational experiences of all learners. Because of the broad range of economic diversity among the families at Timber Lane, community involvement through volunteerism and fundraising is highly encouraged, valued, and crucial as part of the total school program and student success.

The school strives to ensure that all students are respectful and responsible leaders who are collaborative, resilient and skilled problem solvers.The Timber Lane community believes in creating a safe environment that fosters respect and responsibility amongst all students so that every child can reach their fullest potential. They strive to inspire students to achieve academically, to think critically and creatively, to learn independently, and to become ethically responsible.


To date, Community Charity Champions has raised over $87,000 for the local non-profits and organizations. The HBC Group of Keller Williams Realty launched Community Charity Champions in 2012 as a venue to fundraise for local nonprofits. As good corporate citizens, Karen Briscoe and Lizzy Conroy were searching for a means to support charities in the community. The event is held on Tuesday evenings at Pulcinella Italian Host in McLean where a portion of the diner(s) is contributed to the charity of the month. Karen Briscoe and Lizzy Conroy were honored with the Corporate Social Responsibility award in 2012 by the Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce for the work HBC’s Community Charity Champions has done and continues to do for nonprofits in the area.


Karen Briscoe is Principal of the Huckaby Briscoe Conroy Group (HBC) and author of "Real Estate Success in 5 Minutes a Day". She is an Associate Broker in Virginia, a Certified Luxury Home Market Specialist, and a member of the Women’s Council of Realtors. Karen began her real estate career developing residential lots with the Trammel Crow Company in Dallas, and in commercial real estate with The Staubach Company in the Washington, DC Metro area. Karen has a Masters Degree from Southern Methodist University and her BA from Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri – her hometown.
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