West Orange-Cove Consolidated Independent School District is pleased to announce a substantial donation of $1 million by G&G Enterprises Construction Corporation. In exchange for this generous contribution, the WOCCISD board of trustees has granted G&G Enterprises exclusive naming rights to the newly constructed West Orange-Cove Event Center.
The West Orange-Cove Event Center, which is currently completing construction, will serve as a hub for various school and community activities. The center’s state-of-the-art facilities and versatile spaces will provide a platform for diverse events such as sports competitions, performances, community gatherings, and educational programs.
“We are thrilled to receive this substantial donation from G&G Enterprises,” said Dr. Rickie Harris, Superintendent of the West Orange-Cove CISD. “We are grateful for G&G’s commitment to investing in education and fostering community development.”
As part of the agreement, G&G will be granted exclusive naming rights for the West Orange-Cove Event Center. The official name, to be determined by G&G, will be announced at a later date. This naming rights arrangement will span the next 10 years, reflecting G&G’s long-term dedication to supporting the West Orange-Cove community.
“We are honored to collaborate with West Orange-Cove CISD on this significant initiative,” said Colin Garrett, COO of G&G and WOS Alum Class of 1994. “We believe in the power of education and its ability to transform lives. By investing in the West Orange-Cove Event Center, we hope to create a lasting impact that extends far beyond its walls.” Natasha Garrett, CEO of G&G, added, “Colin and I are excited to be a part of the legacy of WOS, and we look forward to unveiling the official name and witnessing the positive influence this center will have on the community.”
Left to Right, Linda Platt-Bryant, Tommy Wilson, Gina Yeaman, Roderick Robertson, Natasha Garrett, Colin Garrett, Superintendent Dr. Rickie Harris, Tricia Stroud, Donny Teate Jr., Demetrius Hunter