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Meadowbrook Book Review Club April meeting featuring guest host
Rose-Mary Rumbley on April 25th
The last meeting of the Book Club's year will be on April 25th with Rose-Mary Rumbley as the reviewer. Our meeting starts at 10:30 a.m. in the Wesleyan Classroom, MUMC. 3900 Meadowbrook Dr.
It is time to join the Book Club with dues of $50.00 for the next year. All are invited to become members and enjoy six wonderful reviews, fun and good fellowship.
Bring a sack lunch and visit after the meeting.
Make checks payable to: Meadowbrook Book Review Club.
If membership increases, dues will decrease The club only needs to meet its expenses. Join with us and bring a friend.
Have a good day. email if you have questions.
Marjorie Williams firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre K Registration
The Fort Worth ISD has begun registration for PreK-K.
This campaign will run until April 26 for new students. Early Learning programs are the foundation for academic success, as you know. Registration is possible either online (https://www.fwisd.org/registration) or in person at any Pre-K or Kindergarten school from 8:30 to 2:30.
Here is a summary of the reasoning and benefits of PreK-K programs if you need it for a written communication:
"The Fort Worth Independent School District provides early childhood programs to prepare students for kindergarten and to have them reading on grade level by the end of third grade. Pre-K is vitally important to a child’s development and school readiness. Children in PreK will have early language, literacy, and math experiences to better prepare them for academic rigor in later grades. Attending Pre-K also helps young student to gain a sense of self, exploration, discovery, and confidence."
Please get the word out to your neighbors and friends. If distributing flyers are an option for you, they can be found at https://www.fwisd.org/Page/18650.
Thank you for your help,
President, Fort Worth League of Neighborhood Associations
Used old computers needed for
4-H Club computer lab
If you have an older PC that you are not using, please consider donating it tot he 4-H Club. 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 computers that Kat refurbished & donated in 2013 are now between 10-15 years old, and can't be upgraded. The club would like newer units.If you have an old PC desktop or laptop that you are willing to donate,
call Lois Bogusch 817-846-7885,
or drop off the PC to Kat at Handly Kwik Kopy,
1850 Handley Drive.
Sales Tax Holiday April 27-29 for
(AUSTIN) — With the potential for severe weather approaching, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds Texans they can purchase certain items tax-free during the state’s sales tax holiday for emergency preparation supplies, which occurs April 27-29.
“While we can’t know in advance when the next flood, tornado or hurricane may strike, we can make sure our families, homes and businesses have the supplies they need to face these and other emergencies,” Hegar said. “This tax holiday can help Texans save money while stocking up for emergency situations. Don’t wait for disaster to strike. Take the time now to get prepared.”
The Comptroller’s office estimates shoppers will save more than $1.6 million in state and local sales taxes during the tax holiday, which was approved by the Texas Legislature in 2015.
There's no limit on the number of qualifying items you can purchase. These include:
Delivery, shipping, handling and transportation charges are considered part of the sales price when determining taxability. If the emergency preparation supply being purchased is taxable, the delivery charge is also taxable. Shoppers should consider the total price for an item when determining whether an emergency preparation supply can be purchased tax-free during the holiday.
Purchases that do not qualify include:
A list of emergency preparation supplies that may be purchased tax-free can be found on the Comptroller’s website.
Eastside Blossoms is a project of Texas Blossoms, Inc.
Planting native flowering trees creates beauty for our community as well as improves our environment. It also provides food for pollinators and reduces our carbon imprint. To date, we have planted 1,206 trees in East Fort Worth. Our 2018-2019 planting season will add another estimated 250 native blossoming trees. Our 3rd Annual Gala willl help raise money for the planting and maintenance of the trees. Your generous donations are needed to meet our long-term goal of planting 2,000 trees.
"East Fort Worth…Where the Blossoms Begin"
Eastside Blossoms 3rd Annual Gala
Saturday, April 27, 2019 • 6301 Randol Mill Road, Fort Worth, TX
From 5:30p.m. to 10:00 p.m. • Cocktail Hour: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Valet Parking • Cocktails on the Bridge • Chuckwagon Dinner • Band & Auction • Full Cash Bar
Kay Granger Award for Outstanding Community Service Recipient (tbd)
RSVP: Lucretia Scarth, Lu@purplefishtravel.com 817.350.8992
Angela Goodwin, email@example.com 214.415.3353
Outdoor Exercise and Workout Sessions
Eastside Trainers: Beverly Sims & Charla Kelsey
4501 Bridge St.,
Fort Worth, 76104
M, T, TH. 5:30 am
7600 Lowrey Rd.
Fort Worth, Tx 76120
T, TH. 5:00 pm
& 6:15 pm
6801 Meadowbrook Dr.,
Fort Worth, Tx 76112
M, W, F. 5:30 am
Meadowbrook Middle School
2001 Ederville Rd. S.,
Fort Worth, Tx 76103
M,W at 5:00 pm
Primary Trainer - Fort Worth
Partner Trainer - Fort Worth
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