The Women of the Flower Mound Chamber of Commerce

 Lori Walker  President  Lori Walker was appointed to the Chamber Board of Directors in 2004 and served as the chairman of the Board in 2008. She has served as Chamber president since 2013. As president, Lori works to support the business community for the economic prosperity of Flower Mound and North Texas. Lori and her husband, Neal, have lived in Flower…

The Merry Month of May

“April is a promise that May is bound to keep,” according to the author Hal Borland. You understand this sentiment if you’ve already found yourself putting the top down, throwing open windows while you still can or perhaps sinking your toes into the grass. May brings with it an abundance of joy—bright blue skies, a rainbow of … Continued

May 2019 Around Town

Flower Mound Public Library Receives Excellence Award The Flower Mound Public Library has received the 2018 Texas Achievement of Library Excellence Award. This is the 15th consecutive year the library has received the honor. Only 51 libraries out of 548 public libraries in Texas achieved this recognition this year. Flower Mound Public Library received the … Continued

Wise Words

In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson signed a proclamation designating the second Sunday of May would become a national holiday honoring mothers, thus, Mother’s Day was officially born. However, it was through the efforts of West Virginian Anna Jarvis that the holiday became officially recognized. Jarvis held celebrations honoring her own beloved mother, U.S. peace activist Ann Reeves Jarvis, and actively campaigned to make it…

Liberty Christian School Students Serve in Panama City

Nearly 150 Liberty Christian students and 26 leaders ventured to Panama City over spring break for a life-changing week of service and transformation. Beyond manual labor projects, the group performed a drama, The Journey, to all who would listen. Hearts and minds were touched, and on the final day, many students were baptized in the Pacific Ocean as a … Continued

McAuliffe Elementary Chili Cook-Off

McAuliffe Elementary held its 14th annual Chili Cook-Off Feb. 28. The theme was Camp Rock this year. Entertainment, face painting, games, an amazing auction, and of course, lots of fantastic chili and other food were available for the huge crowd of supporters. A terrific event, but don't look now: It's #MCAChili20. Save the date: Feb. 27, 2020! Photography by Jerry Glover

Champions for Children Gala

Champions for Children Gala benefiting Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County was a tremendous success. Guests were entertained by a steel drum band, Las Vegas entertainer Jeff Civillico and a lively auction. The Denton community was supportive and generous raising more than half a million dollars to help victims of severe child abuse. 

A Life-Altering Ride

Rarely do we get the chance to have a life-altering experience. They are not handed out on silver platters like lunch at the country club. These experiences are searched for and sought out like an endangered animal living in the fissures of snow-laden mountainsides.

The Perfect Chocolate Pie

For Cara Price, creator of The Nourished Body and Soul blog, and her mother, Linda Phillips, special occasions are meant to be celebrated with chocolate pie. 

Cleaning for a Reason

When Ronni Cade of Lewisville was battling breast cancer, she never knew she needed help doing the things she always had for her family. But when her daughter scheduled Cleaning for a Reason to deep clean her home on a regular basis, Ronni says a burden was lifted.