Bridlewood Elementary to Hold Fourth Annual Bronco Bash Nov. 10
Bridlewood Elementary School will hold its Fourth Annual Bronco Bash and Cook-Off from 2-5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10. The community event will feature a barbecue and chili cook-off, a silent auction, vendor booths, games, activities, silly-string-a-teacher, live entertainment and fun for all ages. Last year more than 1,000 community members attended the event.
Marauder Dads Brighten Marcus Students’ Days
Marauder Dads is a program that brings dads to greet Marcus students and make their day a little better through high-fives, smiles and dad jokes. Marauder Dads greet Marcus students every week and hope to continue for years to come. Those who would like to join or help support the program through donations may contact Kyle Green at email@example.com.
Flower Mound Named among Best Places to Live
Money magazine recently ranked Flower Mound as the 16th Best Place to Live in the United States. Money stated Flower Mound is “family-friendly and close to the hubbub of Dallas-Fort Worth.” It lauded Flower Mound for its “small-town vibe,” recreational activities, “ultra-high school graduation rates” and modest home prices. The article also touted Flower Mound’s Riverwalk.
Liberty Tennis Team Seniors Take Unforgettable Trip to US Open
To kick off their year, Liberty Tennis team seniors traveled to New York City to watch the US Open. Students who attended included Hunter Boyd, Jack Fetters, Olivia Govednik, Austin Hunt, Katherine Marks, Maddie Nelson, Trevor Vaccaro, Isabella Van Trease and Lauryn Walsh. Students witnessed the incredible athleticism of famed players such as Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Venus Williams. While in the Big Apple, students also took in Broadway classic Wicked and ventured to spectacular museums and parks including the impactful 9/11 Memorial and Museum.
Marcus Student Earns Award for Cancer Fundraising in Father’s Memory
Marcus junior Keely Campbell recently received an award from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of North Texas linking her father’s name, Douglas M. Campbell, to a national research portfolio for non-Hodgkins lymphoma. Keely earned the award by raising $59,570 during LLS’s Student of the Year campaign. She also was awarded a $5,000 college scholarship.
Keely’s family has supported LLS since her father was diagnosed with lymphoma in 2000. Her dad lost his battle with cancer in 2015, but the family continues to fight for a cure.