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Fort Worth Young Women’s Leadership Academy hosts Congressman Marc Veasey and Speaker Nancy Pelosi

Fort Worth Young Women’s Leadership Academy hosts Congressman Marc Veasey and Speaker Nancy Pelosi March 4, 2019—Fort Worth, TX– On Monday, March 4th, the Young Women’s Leadership Academy in Fort Worth, welcomed Congressman Marc Veasey (TX-33) and Speaker Nancy Pelosi to to take part in a discussion led by YWLA principal Tamara Albury, to highlight the school’s success in inspiring

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Construction Trash in Eastern Hills

(Monday, Jan.14) Cary Moon, Councilman District 4, responded to the photos of the construction sites published here and on Facebook. I received a personal call at home 8:30 on Friday night from Alicia Ortiz. (She was working LATE!) We discussed the situation and here is City information on the construction projects sent by Alicia: “Kat, Per our discussion, below is

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Remembering Tony Blauvelt, quiet super man

Tony greeting EFWBA guests at the Fall Spirit Night at Mexican Inn. Remembering Tony Blauvelt 1939 – 2019 The Heart of the Eastside, Tony Blauvelt, passed away suddenly Sunday, January 6, 2019. He was just a few weeks away from his 80th birthday on February 23. Tony graduated from University of Texas with a bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering. Tony

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Eastern Hills junior Layla Marie Harris wants to create Relay Swim team

Eastern Hills junior Layla Marie Harris wants to create Relay team Eastern Hills junior Layla Marie Harris was interviewed today by NBC Channel 5 reporter Evan Anderson (an EHHS alum) for a story that is expected to air on Monday, Dec. 10. Evan heard about Layla’s exceptional swimming ability and determination and wanted to do a Motivational Monday story about

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Gyna Bivens, District 5 City Council, hosted Bus Tour of community

Councilwoman Gyna Bivens, District 5, organized the tour because she kept hearing complaints about the same addresses over and over again. Citizens were becoming frustrated because the problems they were reporting were not getting permanent fixes. Local community leaders, police and concerned citizens joined the tour. Bivens said “I wanted the residents to hear answers directly from city leaders and

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Fort Worth ISD Becomes Largest Blue Zones Project Approved School District in Nation!

Initiative makes healthy choices easier for students, employees FORT WORTH, Texas (Oct. 24, 2018) – Fort Worth Independent School District is making the grade when it comes to well-being. With 12,000 employees and nearly 88,000 students, Fort Worth ISD is the largest school district in the country to become a Blue Zones Project Approved™ worksite.Blue Zones Project® is a community-led

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October Spirit Night at Mexican Inn hosted by the East Fort Worth Business Association

Twice a year, EFWBA hosts a Spirit Night at the East Lancaster Mexican Inn to help support this iconic establishment and thank them for the continued support the restaurant provides the organization. Money raised from these events goes toward several Education-based programs the organization sponsors, including a recent book purchase for each of the elementary schools in the Eastern Hills

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Handley United Methodist Church ordered to close, after 141 years

Handley United Methodist Church ordered to close, after 141 years The Central Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church, has decided to close Handley United Methodist Church, after 141 years of service.Please see the letter below notifying the congregation of the decision. September 25, 2018 “Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! As you may recall

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