Category for Community Events

Band brings Civil War music to life

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The musical history of the Civil War came to life on Sat., Jan. 11 in the Central Library Auditorium as The Heritage Brass Band of Dallas presented “Irving Chautauqua: The Rich Musical Legacy of

Church works with Baylor Scott & White to help fight plague of diabetes

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A small Lutheran church and a medical giant have joined forces to help fight the scourge of diabetes in north Texas. Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 2505 Northgate Drive, and Baylor Scott & White have created

Texas State-Fish Art Contest seeks entries

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ATHENS — The Texas State-Fish Art Contest, headquartered at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center (TFFC), reminds Texas teachers and students that the deadline for entries in the 2014 State-Fish Art Contest is March 31. The

AMBUCS organize unprecedented charity cookout

AMBUCS organize unprecedented charity cookout

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If you cook it, they will come. This was the lesson learned by the Irving and Mid Cities AMBUCS on New Year’s Eve when the clubs decided to host a hamburger cookout in the

Renovations improve food pantry’s safety

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Tragedy struck Irving Cares on Dec. 28, 2012 when an irate husband stabbed his wife to death inside the food pantry’s office in downtown Irving during an argument that started over money she had

Pay it Forward triples last year’s donation

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Everyone loves to eat, especially around Christmas and New Years. At least that’s what Mike Overby, the owner of Irving’s Express Employment Professionals, counted on for the second annual ‘Pay It Forward’ (PIF) fundraising

Your cookies will be delivered . . . now!

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For the first time, Girl Scouts will sell all cookies on the spot When Scout troop across Northeast Texas launch their annual Cookie Program on Jan, 10, 2014, Girl Scouts will have cookies in hand,

Life is a concert with 47 strings and 2 hands

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By Carol Baker Guests at First Baptist Church Irving were treated to glorious music performed by classically trained harpist, Greg Buchanan, at their Dec. 12 Christmas banquet. This harp music did not put anyone to

Support blankets Share the Warmth

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Sleep Experts’ 10th annual Share the Warmth Blanket Drive collected more than 6,000 blankets and other comfort items for families in need thanks to the generosity of the Texas community and a big helping

Turkey Drive

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Headed by the Dad’s club President Jessie Van Luvan, Valley Ranch Elementary collected the most birds this year for the Coppell ISD Turkey Drive. Students, fathers, and staff helped load and count the Turkey’s