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May 11, 2014

Rustic meets elegance


The Brooks at Weatherford, as the facility will be called, consists of a “charming, vintage”chapel that can seat 275 people indoors. However, by raising the curtain walls on nicer days, can be expanded to seat around 400.

A separate reception/meeting area is a short walk across the property.  Both buildings, including the 7,000 square foot reception venue, can be climatized for year-round use.

Tricia Heflin said the Brooks got its name by the pond and brooks on the side of the property. The couple said they believe upon completion the place will match classic elegance with rustic beauty.

For further information and to see progress on The Brooks at Weatherford, visit the website at or e-mail Tricia at

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