On a little corner in Dripping Springs, big things are happening
Welcome to Ghost Hill Ranch, a place for families to play, eat, shop and engage with neighbors. With roots firmly planted in our town’s past, we’re fashioning a market center that brings together the very best of the good old days and all of the pleasantries that make modern life grand. Over the next few years, you’ll be able to explore an outdoor, screen-free ghost town adventure as well as shops, restaurants and services missing from this side of our community.
We invite you to ask questions as our little piece of Drip unfolds, and look forward to a time in the near future when we’ll see your kids playing in our ghost town as you chat with friends, window shop, run errands or enjoy a good meal.
"Experience the very best of the good old days and all of the pleasantries that make modern life grand"
A LITTLE BIT ABOUT US
As dedicated Dripping Springs residents, the LeFevre family keep community connection in mind with everything they do.
First, they established the Nick LeFevre Community Youth Fund in loving honor of the family patriarch, William N. LeFevre. After seeing their grandchildren gain confidence, perseverance and dedication through school and their chosen sports, they wanted to give kids without financial means the same chances to participate in school-sanctioned activities and events. The Fund provides a means of removing the financial barriers that get in the way of kids pursuing their dreams, whether it’s providing a computer to facilitate homework or a color guard uniform for marching band.
Next, the LeFevres focused on the DS Heroes Fund, a project founded in Kelli LeFevre's memory, which is implemented through the Dripping Springs Community Foundation. Nick was a patriotic veteran who taught his family it was everyone’s responsibility to take care of the first responders and veterans who take care of all of us. Through the Hero Fund, we provide support to local first responders, veterans and their families with grants to help them through unforeseen financial difficulties.
The focus now is on Ghost Hill Ranch, a place they hope gives families and the community a place to gather in meaningful ways. Ranch Road 12 and Fitzhugh may be a small corner in the scheme of things, but it has big potential for Dripping Springs.
The Nick LeFevre Community Fund
Administered by the Dripping Springs Education Foundation, the Nick LeFevre Community Youth Fund is established in loving honor of Dripping Springs resident William N. LeFevre by his wife Marilyn.
The fund provides support for DSISD students whose financial circumstances present a significant challenge, or barrier, to that student’s participation in a school-sanctioned activity or event. As Marilyn LeFevre explains, “we want to do all we can to see that any DSISD student can pursue his or her dream. We know there are kids who cannot participate in certain activities because of a financial challenge. My husband would want to help those kids and to create as level a playing field as possible.”
Keith and Jen LeFevre, motivated by fierce love of their daughter and a desire to give back, have chosen to share their enthusiasm with the community. Our development team is also invested in the Dripping Springs community and share common goals.
KEITH AND JEN LEFEVRE / DEVELOPER
STEWARDS OF THE LAND/VISION KEEPERS
OUR PARTNERS & NEIGHBORS
We are here to develop and broaden COMMUNITY and CONNECTION. A few of our partners in that mission follow below.
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