Businesses! Churches!  Neighborhood Groups! Clubs!

List your public Events for FREE!
email your info to
editor@greatermeadowbrooknews.com
or call Kat at 817.451.6276

Fly Fishers!

TRWD Flyfest  March 9th

Time: 9am-5pm

Location: River Park Trailhead, 3100 Bryant Irvin Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76109

TRWD Flyfest returns March 9th to the Clear Fork of the Trinity River in Fort Worth. The festival is a family-friendly day of fly fishing, food trucks, wine, craft beer and kids activities. Whether you are an experienced angler or have never touched a fly rod, this fun day will have something to hook everyone in the whole family.

The festival will include expert presentations from top anglers that will cover a diverse range of topics as well as various fly tying lessons. Fly fishing experts will host numerous demonstrations, including multiple casting techniques for every level. Three contests will also be held at TRWD Flyfest, one being the Big Trout Contest where anglers will compete to catch the biggest trout or the most fish in the time allotted. That's not all, TRWD Flyfest will truly have something for everyone. Between delicious craft beer and wine, live music, cooking demonstrations, face painting, kid fish tank, rock climbing wall and open fishing for both rod and fly anglers the whole family will enjoy TRWD Flyfest.

The festival will be held at the Acme Brick Headquarters located at 3100 Bryant Irvin Road, Fort Worth, TX 76109.

For more information, visit www.trwdflyfest.com

Website: http://trwdflyfest.com/

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/342436743013799/

Used old computers needed for 4-H club computer lab

The 4-H Club that meets at Meadowbrook United Methodist Church has a computer lab that all the club members use for homework, research, typing, etc.

The 5 used computers that Kat refurbished & donated in 2013 are now between 10-15 years old, and can't be upgraded.

If you have an older PC that you are not using, please consider donating it. Brand does not matter, it can be a Dell, Asus, Toshiba, Panasonic, no name brand.

The only requirement they ask for is an ethernet port and at least 1 USB port.

 

Kat does the upgrades.

The machines are SECURELY ERASED

then reformatted for Linux,

and then  UBUNTU open source operating system is installed on them.

(never heard of UBUNTU ? its a FREE OpenSource Operating System, can run on almost every make and model of PC, even little netbooks. It is as powerful as Windows 10 or Mac OS X. Even better, since it is LINUX based, the system is almost virus proof.)

if you have an old PC desktop or laptop that you can donate, call Lois Bogusch 817-846-7885,  or drop off the PC to Kat at Handly Kwik Kopy, 1850 Handley drive.

Visitors are always Welcome!

MEADOWBROOK BOOK REVIEW CLUB

The next meeting will be on February 28, 2019

at 10:30 a.m. in the Wesleyan Classroom

at Meadowbrook UMC

3900 Meadowbrook Dr.

 

ALL are welcome to attend. The reviewer will be Nella Phillips.

Membership is open at this time. After the meeting a complimentary lunch will provided by 3 generous members.

If you wish to stay for lunch PLEASE call

on or before (Sat.) Feb. 23rd to make a reservation. LauraMerritt -214-616-7265 or Wavah Fore - 817-284-5802

 

Daughters of the Republic of Texas

The February meeting features SAM HOUSTON.

 The February Guest is Jack Edmondson, a historian who portrays Sam Houston.

Frances Cooke Van Zandt Chapter Daughters of the Republic of Texas will meet Monday, Feb 18th at 1p.m. at the Fort Worth Botanical Garden Center, 3200 Botanic Garden Blvd. in Fort Worth.

Our guest speaker will be 'Historian and Story Teller about Texas', Jack Edmondson. He will portray Sam Houston speaking about the Texas Declaration of Independence. (photo from Jack's fb page: https://www.facebook.com/jack.edmondson.98)

Daughters of the Republic of Texas are descendants of men and Women who lived in and/or fought for Texas independence from Mexico in the Republic period, -1835-1846.

For information please call Kelly Miller 817-366-2524

Filing for May 4 municipal election now underway

Filing for the May 4 general election starts Jan. 16. All Fort Worth City Council positions and the mayor are on the ballot.

Filings for candidates will be accepted in the City Secretary’s Office through Feb. 15 during regular office hours, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Applications can be filed in person or sent by mail to:

City of Fort Worth

City Secretary’s Office, Third Floor

200 Texas St.

Fort Worth, TX 76102

Potential candidates may download a packet that contains filing information.

 

HANDLEY NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION is sponsoring a "Meet the District 5 Candidates Forum"

Friday, March 1,  6pm,5901 Fitzhugh, just south of Ramey, west of 820.

 

 D5 Leaders hope to provide an opportunity for all residents to be better informed when they show up to vote, if you do not vote informed, it will be hard to consider your commitment to your community.

-Judy Taylor, President, Handley Neighborhood Association

Camp Gladiator is an outdoor fitness program with over 32 locations in the Fort Worth area. We are looking to expand and searching for amazing Trainers. If you are a current Trainer or passionate about fitness and interested in getting into the fitness industry, please connect with me via private message or email beverlysims@campgladiatir.com.

CG’s mission is to “positively impact the physical fitness and ultimately the lives of his many people as possible.“

 

CampGladiator.com

Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events training Feb. 21

Would you know what to do if you ever found yourself in an active shooter situation?

The Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) course is designed and built on the Avoid, Deny, Defend strategy developed by the Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT). The course provides strategies and guidance for surviving an active shooter event.

CRASE training will be offered to Fort Worth residents at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 21 at Western Hills United Methodist Church, 2820 Laredo Dr.

This potentially lifesaving program is open to the public and will address what individuals need to know to look out for their safety. Topics include the history and prevalence of active shooter events, the role of professional guardians, civilian response options and demonstrates examples of things to do to stay safe in these situations.

There is no charge to attend, but attendees should register to ensure seating. Additional CRASE sessions will be offered throughout the year.

Please note: the presentation contains realistic material and reenactments that some attendees may find graphic in nature. Discretion for sensitive audiences is advised.

 

CAMP GLADIATOR

Outdoor Exercise and Workout Sessions

Eastside Trainers:  Beverly Sims & Charla Kelsey

 

Nolan Catholic
High School
4501 Bridge St.,
Fort Worth, 76104

M, T, TH. 5:30 am
Charla Kelsey

Lowery Rd.
Elementary
7600 Lowrey Rd.
Fort Worth, Tx 76120

T, TH. 5:00 pm
& 6:15 pm
Charla Kelsey

Bethel Temple
6801 Meadowbrook Dr.,
Fort Worth, Tx 76112

M, W, F.  5:30 am
Beverly Sims

Meadowbrook Middle School
2001 Ederville Rd. S.,
Fort Worth, Tx 76103

M,W at 5:00 pm
Beverly Sims

 

 

 

CampGladiator.com

BEVERLY SIMS
Primary Trainer - Fort Worth

P: 817-980-0576
E: beverlysims@campgladiator.com

CHARLA KELSEY
Partner Trainer - Fort Worth

charlapetter@campgladiator.com
cell 817-307-0258

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