February Canine Companions For Independence Matriculation And Graduation Ceremony Had Cheers, Tears And Woofs From SRO Crowd

Ed Kinkeade’s wife Melissa Kinkeade nudged him to keep his talk on Friday, February 16, at the Canine Companions for Independence  South Central Graduation and Puppy Matriculation ceremony short. Thank heaven, Ed turned a deaf ear to his wife. The overflow crowd of two-, three- and four-legged creatures filled Texas’ only CCI Training Center in Irving for the program … [Read more...]

Crystal Charity Ball Committee Boards A Bus To Tour The 2018 Children’s Non-Profit Beneficiaries

Just days after announcing the 2018 Crystal Charity Ball beneficiaries, the CCB committee members boarded a bus early on Thursday, February 15, for the committee to get a firsthand look at the beneficiaries. While the initial fear was that some of the ladies would have to double up on the padded seats, it turned out not to be the case. At the last minute, some had to cancel to … [Read more...]

MySweetCharity Photo Gallery Alert: 2018 Crystal Charity Ball Bus Tour

After a thorough vetting of the 2018 beneficiaries, the Crystal Charity Ball committee boarded a bus on the morning of Thursday, February 15. They weren't going to Oklahoma to gamble. Rather, they were visiting the eight Dallas children's nonprofits (After-School All-Stars, Booker T. Washington High School, Boys And Girls Club Of Greater Dallas, Buckner Children And Family … [Read more...]

Spring Those Clocks Forward An Hour Saturday Night Or Be A Tardy Type Sunday

So very sorry to report that you’re going to lose something this weekend. No, it’s not that five pounds that you’ve been wearing for ages. Rather, you’re gonna lose an hour thanks to those wonderful people who created daylight saving time 100 years ago on March 19, 1918, during World War I. What this loss does mean? If you don’t set your clocks ahead an hour when you … [Read more...]

Baylor Medical Center Foundation’s Quarterly Luncheon Topic Dealt With Living A Good Life When Facing A Serious Health Issues

In New Orleans, Tuesday, February 13, was Fat Tuesday. In North Texas, it was petite blonde philanthropist Nancy Dedman’s birthday… and not just any birthday. She was making 90 look terrific at the Baylor Health Care System Foundation Board’s quarterly luncheon at the Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center. So, naturally there was cake at the tables that served two purposes — King … [Read more...]