Breakfast Optimist Club hosts another successful Spaghetti Supper
For the past 48 years (that they have counted) the East Fort Worth Breakfast Optimist Club has treated the community to a spaghetti supper, complete with salads, drinks and garlic toast — for free. The cash donations received go toward youth enrichment activities and scholarships.
Children from the MUMC 4-H Club, led by Lois Bogusch and team, serve dinner and provide cleanup for the event. For membership info on the 4-H Club, call Lois at 817.846.7885.
The Breakfast Optimists club meets early in the mornings –7:00am– at the Handley Dixie House Cafe on Lancaster. For more information on the Optimist Club, call Bill Schwennsen at 817.457.8883
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The Christian Samurai Karate Program at Meadowobrook UMC
The Christian Samurai Karate Program is a non-profit self defense class taught at the Meadowbrook United Methodist Church at 3900 Meadowbrook Drive.
We teach martial arts class in the Gymnasium every Sunday from 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm. The program is sponsored by Grand Master Richard Morris, 10th degree black belt, and retired FWPD Sergeant. The nominal fees cover the uniforms and expenses.
Many students are sponsored, no child is turned away because of their inability to pay the low monthly fee of $15.00. We are pleased to let those in the neighborhood know about this wonderful opportunity to learn self defense in a safe Christian environment.
Need more info? Call RayAnn Tenorio, 2nd Degree Black Belt, Program Manager at 817 939 3788.
Fort Worth Accident Sites on Interactive Map
by Vania Silva, at Patterson Law Group.
Over the past 7 years, there have been over 60,500 accidents in Fort Worth. Using Fort Worth accident data from TxDOT, Patterson Law Group has created an interactive accident map to visualize the ten most dangerous intersections in the city and the dangers of the ongoing construction on I-35.
You can view the interactive map and the full list of the most dangerous intersections in Fort Worth.
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Teach for America works at Meadowbrook Elementary on
Read Across America Day
Meadowbrook E.S. hosted 45 Teach For America volunteers today who helped out as guest readers in classrooms, library volunteers and campus beautification workers for the historic east side campus. Their visit coincided with the Read Across America holiday, which celebrates the birthday of beloved children’s author Theodor Seuss Geisel, otherwise known as Dr. Seuss. Crazy hats in homage of Dr. Seuss added a special touch for the day as teachers and students were allowed to donate $1 to the school’s Junior Optimist Club “Hats off to Cancer” community service project in return for being allowed to wear their crazy hats to school. Teach for America is a diverse network of leaders who confront educational inequity through teaching, and work with unwavering commitment from every sector of society to create a nation free from injustice.
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