Go Red For Women Luncheon Sounded The Drumbeat To Know The Symptoms Of Heart Disease In Women And The Need For More Research

It was a sea of red at the Omni Dallas Hotel on the morning of Friday, February 23. No, it was a continuation of the St. Valentine’s Day Luncheon and Fashion Show that had taken place a couple of weeks before at NorthPark Center for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of North Texas. The ladies had regrouped in red for the American Heart Association - Dallas’ Go Red for Women’s … [Read more...]

The Dallas Zoo’s Residents And Staffers Are All Set For Next Week’s “Wild Adventures Spring Break Camps”

Spring break is just around the corner. For the kids it’s freedom from classrooms and desks. For parents, it’s what to do with the youngsters. Some families will hit the slopes, but loads of others will be doing stay-cations because responsibilities (i.e. jobs) won’t let the parents get away. Not to worry. The Dallas Zoo has set up “Wild Adventures Spring Break Camps” from … [Read more...]

Girl Scouts Of Northeast Texas’ Cookie Power Sale-Athon Kicks Off Friday

Put the diets on hold because the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas are kicking off their annual cookie-thon. Starting Friday, January 12, the GSNETX Cookie Sale will have Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Trefoils, Do-Si-Does, Lemonades, Savannah Smiles, Thanks-A-Lot, Toffee-tastics, Trios and Girl Scouts S’Mores available online thanks to the Digital Cookie mobile app made possible … [Read more...]

MySweetWishList: Girl Scouts Of Northeast Texas

According to Girl Scouts Of Northeast Texas Committee For Community Engagement Co-Chair Gail Chandler, “Every girl deserves the chance to be successful. “Everyone benefits when we help girls take an active part in charting their futures. “The future of our communities and society depends on our ability to break down gender barriers that inhibit girls’ … [Read more...]

Top-Tier Types Celebrated First Lady Of Dallas Philanthropy Margaret McDermott’s Receiving Center For BrainHealth’s Legacy Award

The Brook Hollow parking lot looked like the world’s most luxurious car lot with Bentleys, top-tier Mercedes and cousins like Range Rovers, Lexuses and Cadillacs on Tuesday, November 14. No, it wasn’t a glamorous car convention. It was the Center for BrainHealth’s Legacy Award Dinner honoring North Texas First Lady of Philanthropy Margaret McDermott. While Margaret tends to … [Read more...]