Entrepreneur, Engineer, Executive, Educator Bobby B. Lyle To Receive The J. Erik Jonsson Ethics Award On March 29

Like the late Dallas Mayor J. Erik Jonsson, Bobby B. Lyle has worn many hats. Both have been known as accomplished entrepreneurs, engineers, business executives, philanthropists and community leaders. Despite an age difference of more than 40 years, they also had visions of greatness for North Texas and the entities that would make the region world class. While Erik built … [Read more...]

JUST IN: Plans Revealed For Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center For Education And Tolerance’s Capital Campaign

Frank Risch is a very busy fellow. He’s headed up the search for the Communities Foundation of Texas CEO. The buzz is that the decision on Brent Christopher’s successor should be announced soon. Now, word just arrived from the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance that Frank is co-chairing the “Building a Foundation of Hope” capital campaign to raise the … [Read more...]

In Accepting The J. Erik Jonsson Ethics Award, St. Philip’s School Headmaster Terry Flowers Thanked The Four “G’s” In His Life

The J. Erik Jonsson Ethics Award Luncheon presented by the Cary M. Maguire Center for Ethics and Publicon Wednesday, March 23, at Belo Mansion was a bit of a surprising event. Filled to the max with friends, family and fans of honoree Terry Flowers, many just thought they knew the man, who as headmaster has led the development of one of South Dallas’ shining stars — St. Philips … [Read more...]

St. Philip’s School And Community Center’s Terry Flowers To Receive The J. Erik Jonsson Ethics Award On March 23

Dr. Terry Flowers has become legendary within the Dallas education community for his tenure as headmaster and executive director of St. Philip’s School and Community Center. Since 1983, Terry has not only instilled the importance of education with the South Dallas community, he has “guided St. Philip’s to offering a variety of services beyond education, including a children’s … [Read more...]

Nonprofit Brags About Auctioning Off Three-Pound Puppy — Twice

Back on Wednesday, February 3, MySweetCharity posted about a group that auctioned off a puppy at its annual fundraiser. The name of the organization was not included because it may have been an innocent mistake, even though it was an illegal action and it wasn't the group's first "rodeo." In fact, it was the sixth time that this event has been held. However, with the … [Read more...]