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Annual Youth Appreciation recognition event

Breakfast Optimists Club of East Fort Worth Honors East Fort Worth Students Breakfast Optimist Club of East Fort Worth Hosts Annual Youth Appreciation Event The Breakfast Optimist Club of East Fort Worth hosted its annual Youth Appreciation recognition event on Thursday for eastside students, families, school administrators and Optimist Members. The event at the Meadowbrook United Methodist Church featured one 4th or 5th grade student from 10 different east side primary schools. Students were chosen by school principals based on their current or future leadership potential. Accompanying the students were

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Approved by Zoning

but still needs final approval at City Council.. The property described as Lot 15-R-1 block 2 is outlined in yellow. ﷯ Charles Lawhon amended his purchase plan and Zoning Change request, after the 30 day continuance at the June Zoning meeting. Originally, Lawhon wanted a straight “I” zoning, to match his other properties, which City Zoning Staff did not recommend, based on the City’s long range plans for the area. After the June Zoning meeting, Charles Lawhon has changed the request from an “E” (which it is currently zoned) to

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Glen Crest Civic League protests one more Family Dollar store

by Daniel Haase There are numerous articles that support what Ms Davis is pointing out. They are killers for any other type of business, especially a grocery store, and they do not supply people with anything much in the way of unprocessed food. I think it is time for the city to do an analysis of the density of these stores and figure out some way to keep it from getting worse. This could be based on population to be served, or so many per square mile. The Supreme Court

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Burnett Park celebrates its Centennial

Centennial of Burnett Park on June 11 The original design of Burnett Park included fountains and open lawn. The now-razed Medical Arts Building is at far right, and the U.S. Courthouse is shown in the center of the photo. Burnett Park in downtown Fort Worth is turning 100. The City celebrated the milestone from 6-8 p.m. June 11 at the park, located at 501 W. Seventh St. Pack a picnic meal and enjoy live music by the East Fort Worth Community Jazz Band, games and treats from Steel City Pops.

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Tobi Jackson is the Clear Choice for District 2 School Board Trustee

Dependable, Experienced, Hard-Working Tobi Jackson is the Clear Choice for District 2 School Board Trustee Written by Eastern Hills High School Alums: Mike Stewart, Danny and Michelle Salazar, Joni Arnett George (29-year veteran educator in Fort Worth ISD), and Bobby Jones We typically stay away from discussing politics and religion, but in this case, we have to make an exception. As involved EHHS alums, we are offering our shared opinion on the current race to elect the District 2 school board trustee out of care and concern for doing what’s

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Young Women’s Leadership Academy Robotics Team

The robotics team consist of 12 girls ranging from 10-12th grade and we are all part of an FTC (first tech challenge) robotics team “The Dork Side” team #13472 Team Members are: Sandra Villagrana 12 grade Team Captain Eunice Cardona 12 grade Notebook captain Amyia Green 11 grade Co-Captain / Social Media Diana Canchola 11 grade Programmer Angelica Canchola 11 grade Builder Diana Duran 11 grade builder/ pit crew Joselyn Mendez 11 grade builder / pit crew Brianna Navarro 10 grade Notebook/ team relations and daily logs. Penelope Huff 10

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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 and nurturing young diverse female leaders within the community. With a focus on empowering young women in math, science, and technology, the FWISD school prepares young women with the academic

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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 the list of current CoFW projects in the area. A map of the project locations is attached along with the contract schedules. In addition, please find the pictures taken today

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