As we turn the page of this year’s calendar to December, it seems like it was just yesterday we were singing carols, unwrapping gifts and toasting to 2017. Now—as unbelievable as it may seem—it’s time to do it all over again.
On October 21, Cross Timbers Rotary members and their families gathered at the scenic Briarwood Retreat Center in Copper Canyon for an afternoon of fellowship and fun. A cookout, games and fishing were topped off by an opportunity for the youth present to create blessing bags for the homeless of Denton County.
The Jim Collin/Steve Allen Memorial Golf Event, a joint effort by the Lewisville ISD Education Foundation and the Denton Public School Foundation, grossed more than $100,000 for student scholarships to be shared equally in both districts. The event included a competitive golf tournament along with complimentary lunch, beverages, dinner reception and awards ceremony.
On September 30, Winning The Fight held their fourth annual Stompin’ Stigma 5K and Fun Walk to bring awareness to the disease of addiction and to help stop the stigma and judgment that goes along with substance use and mental health issues. For more information or to volunteer, call 972.467.7704 or visit WTF-WinningTheFight.org.
Many hold the precious comfort of their family's diverse Christmas traditions dearly. Whether you remember baking sugar cookies with Mom, midnight Mass or sledding with siblings, take a look at how the community celebrates.
Follow your GPS to 801 Patriot Way in Flower Mound, and you will find a brand-new, 42,000-square foot facility featuring a CrossFit studio, martial arts studio, indoor shooting range and gun retailer all under one roof.
Marcus High School celebrated homecoming in October with a carnival, community pep rally, dance and a football game vs. Hebron High School. Cody Holly was named homecoming king and Gigi Gutwein was named queen.