Adventures Online

The Town of Flower Mound offers online registration through the Adventures Online Registration system. Residents can access up-to-date information and register for recreation, athletics and senior programming and renew their CAC memberships 24 hours a day, seven days a week by visiting

Lewisville ISD Students Participate in Kindness Convocation

More than 350 students from all 15 Lewisville ISD middle schools joined for a Kindness Convocation on Nov. 28 at Leo C. Stuver Auditorium. The inaugural event featured keynote speaker Houston Kraft, whose CharacterStrong curriculum helps create more compassionate cultures in schools and communities. NBC DFW anchor and LISD product Kris Gutierrez spoke at the event, and Flower Mound High School teacher Phillip Humphries served as emcee. The students, who have all been named “Kindness Ambassadors,” all wore the color orange.

Flower Mound Public Library Hosts Art Party

The Flower Mound Public Library played host to the Fourth Annual Town of Flower Mound Art Party in November. The event was coordinated by the Town of Flower Mound Cultural Arts Commission, Flower Mound Public Library and Lewisville ISD art teachers. More than 1,000 guests attended the community event that featured artwork from all of the schools in the district, performances by Bluebonnet Elementary School’s Show Choir and the Voices of Flower Mound.

LISD Offers Social Media and Cyber Safety Presentation

Lewisville ISD’s Whole Child Series for Lewisville ISD employees, parents and the community presents “Social Media and Cyber Safety” 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26, at the LISD Administrative Center, 1565 W. Main St. in Lewisville. For more information, visit

MHS Honors Striving for Excellence Award Recipients

Marcus High School named its 2018 Striving for Excellence Award recipients: Kaitlyn Nowack, Ryan Shuda, Aynslee Barber, Katie Boothe, Taylor Chaple, Carley Vassh, Lilly Ryan and Madeline Condron (not pictured). In order to receive this award, students showed leadership ability, good character and excelled academically with a 97 percent or above in anatomy and physiology class. Photo courtesy Marcus High School senior student Jon Kraatz

MHS Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

The following Marcus High School athletes recently signed their letters of intent for football: John Brand, United States Naval Academy; Marcel Brooks, Louisiana State University; Justin Dinka, San Diego State University; and Justin Osborne, Auburn University. 

Lakeside Installation of Small Cell Antennas to Help Cell Coverage

Better cell service for AT&T customers should be in the cards this month for customers in the Lakeside DFW area. Crews from Microwave Transmission Systems, Inc. began the process of installing 12 small cell antennas in Lakeside in mid-December.  

“I expect it will be near the end of February before all the antennas are operational,” said MTSI’s Pat Kelly, who oversaw the process.  

Antennas will be located throughout the community, including three in the median of Lakeside Parkway (one between Northwood and Surrey, and two between the northern and central roundabouts) and one near Sunset Point. Poor cell service has been a way of life in Lakeside, a hangover from the lack of residents in southern Flower Mound prior to 2015.

Funding for the small cell antenna network was approved by AT&T in November 2017, but developers hope to include other service providers.

“We are also petitioning to implement a similar program within Lakeside for other carriers such as Verizon and T-Mobile,” said Jimmy Archie, managing partner of Realty Capital.

Flower Mound Outstanding Citizens of the Year

At the Dec. 17 Flower Mound Town Council meeting, Mayor Dixon and 2017 Outstanding Citizen of the Year Marilyn Lawson announced the recipients of the 2018 Flower Mound Outstanding Citizenship Award. 

Don McDaniel received the 2018 Outstanding Citizenship Award. A Flower Mound resident for more than 15 years, Don has served on Town Council and is a part of many civic organizations, including the Summit Club, Cross Timbers Rotary and the Mound Foundation.

The Flower Mound Summit Club received the 2018 Outstanding Citizenship Group Award. The club formed in 1974 and comprises community leaders who are dedicated to serving others. As the town’s oldest fraternal organization, the group hosts the annual Easter Sunrise Service on the Mound, Western Saloon and Casino Night fundraiser and cooks hot dogs and burgers for many nonprofit organizations and events.  

Alton Bowman was recognized as the first person to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award. Alton, a Flower Mound resident for more than 34 years, has been a member of the Cultural Arts Commission, Environmental Conservation Committee, the Mound Foundation and the Cross Timbers Artists’ Guild, among others.