MySweetCharity Photo Gallery Alert!: 2018 Dallas Symphony Orchestra League Presentation Ball

When the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League held its 32nd Presentation Ball on Saturday, February 17, at the Meyerson, no one expected it to be an admirer’s call-to-arms. But as deb Claire Fletcher prepared to make her Texas dip, an ardent fan hollered from the back of the McDermott Hall, “I love you.” He didn’t stop there. Among the whoops and cheers from the audience, he … [Read more...]

MySweetCharity Photo Gallery Alert: Canine Companions For Independence Matriculation And Graduation Ceremony

It was just like seeing parents send their children off to school and the next stages of life. The SRO crowd at the Canine Companions Of Independence South Central matriculation and graduation ceremony on Friday, February 16, came together with boxes of tissues around the room. Instead of children, the youngsters were pooches — Retrievers, Labradors and Retriever/Lab … [Read more...]

MySweetCharity Photo Gallery Alert: Baylor Health Care System Foundation Board Luncheon

When facing a life-threatening health issue, a patient can be overwhelmed with his/her own mortality and how to proceed for themselves as well as their families. While some may dismiss the situation as one for the elderly, it can touch anyone at any age. Thanks to palliative care programs, there is a team ready to work with the patient to focus on the journey ahead for … [Read more...]

MySweetCharity Photo Gallery Alert: Farewell Founder’s Luncheon

The “Farewell Founder’s Luncheon” on Wednesday, January 17, at the Hilton Anatole may have closed the chapter for one part of the Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s fundraising, but it also introduced the next chapter — The Ann Williams Legacy Society. And, of course, the event couldn’t just be a sit-down award ceremony. In addition to presenting the final Founder’s Luncheon … [Read more...]

MySweetCharity Photo Gallery Alert: Harold C. Simmons Memorial Highway Designation Reception

In these parts the importance of events can't be judged by the number of guests. Such was the case on the afternoon of Friday, January 12, at Annette Simmons' and Jerry Fronterhouse's estate. The crowd was made up of less than 25, but what a heady group it was — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, State Sen. Don Huffines, State Rep. Morgan Meyer, Texas Tech University System Chancellor … [Read more...]