Former First Twin/Author/”Today” Show Jenna Bush Hager Brought The Importance Of Family To Gateway To Opportunity Luncheon

Despite a presidential debate taking place the night before, former First Twin Jenna Bush Hager had nary a question about politics at the meet-and-greet for Family Gateway’s “Gateway to Opportunity” on Tuesday, September 27, at the Omni Dallas Hotel. One guest at the meet-and-greet in Fair Park II Suite brought a a copy of Jenna’s "Our Great Big Backyard" that she had … [Read more...]

MySweetCharity Photo Gallery Alert: Gateway To Opportunity Luncheon

Blonde Jenna Bush Hager may seem to be living a dream life. Having had a grandpappy and daddy as U.S. Presidents meant home was more than a big, old “white house.” Her post-White House days have been pretty ideal, too, including marriage, motherhood and being an author and correspondent for the “Today” show. But guests at Family Gateway’s Gateway To Opportunity Luncheon … [Read more...]

Change Of Plans: The Lowest Greenville Derby Slated For October 29 Is A Victim Of Roadkill

If you were planning on being a part of the first-ever Lowest Greenville Derby on Saturday, October 29, rethink that idea. The Genesis Women’s Shelter fundraising event has been postponed. According to the website, the change of plans is “due to concerns about construction completion.” By construction, it means the torn-up road and sidewalks that have made lowest Greenville … [Read more...]

Houston-Like Temperatures And Humidity To Drop In North Texas For Upcoming Outdoors Activities

Sick and tired of the sticky humidity and high temperatures? Seems like Houston, doesn’t it? But not to worry. Just in time for the coming days of outdoor fundraising activities (Prelude: Lights and Prelude: A Preview of Aurora 2017 in the AT&T Performing Arts Center Campus, Park and Palate at Klyde Warren Park, etc.) and the final days of the State Fair, a cold front is … [Read more...]

Even Rainy Weather Couldn’t Take The Bounce Out Of Community Partners Of Dallas’ 10th Annual Change Is Good

North Texas is the Super Bowl for meteorologists and event planners. With all of Mama Nature’s children (northers rolling down from the Rockies, Arctic chills coming down the Midwest corridor, moist winds from the Gulf Coast and Canadian blowhards), the North Texas region is a mix master of weather. That’s why Sunday, September 25, put the area activities to the test as wet … [Read more...]