Monday, June 14, 2021

Dragon Hall of Honor Adds Six New Inductees in 2016

This year’s Dragon Hall of Honor includes six new inductees.

The class was honored during the Homecoming Parade in Town Square and during pre-game of the Homecoming Game.

The Carroll ISD Athletic Department created an Athletic Hall of Honor to celebrate excellence and salute the contributions of individuals whose advancement of athletics in Carroll ISD and beyond has made a profound difference in the lives of our young people and the community.

Each year, nominations are taken and multiple members will be selected to the Athletic Hall of Honor by a Hall of Honor committee. Once nominated, an individual will stay on the nomination list. Nominees can be coaches, teachers, administrators, athletes, fans, or booster club members who have contributed significantly to Carroll ISD athletics programs. Once nominated, individuals remain indefinitely on the nomination list for future consideration.

This year’s class includes…

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Beauvais (left) is a longtime Dragon supporter and has operated the scoreboard at Dragon Stadium for several years.

Ed Beauvais, Dragon Supporter
Beauvais moved to Southlake in 1989, joined the athletic booster club and has been wearing green and supporting the Dragons for nearly three decades. He was one of the original members of the Dragon Council, a group of diehard Carroll fans who serve various volunteer roles for the athletic program. Over the years, Ed could be found painting the field at old Dragon Stadium, organizing car shows for the CABC, working the chains at sub-varsity football games or manning the clock at football and soccer games. Ed has also served on Carroll ISD Board committees including Budget and Finance, District Advisory and Revenue Enhancement. He also authored a paper on school size and academic performance.

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Booker pitched the Dragons to their first baseball state title in 1982. He won the semifinal and the final on the mound.

Sam Booker, Baseball, Football
Few pitchers in Carroll Dragon history have been more dominant than Booker. Nicknamed “Dr. K,” Booker put the Dragon baseball program on the map in 1982, during his senior year. Booker led Carroll to its first baseball state championship winning the Class 2A state title against West Sabine. Booker pitched the Dragons to a victory in the semifinal and the final. Following high school, Booker played for Texas Wesleyan and TCU and was drafted by the Rangers. After a brief stint in the minors, he stayed with the sport he loved and coached baseball. He served as a head coach at Carrollton Turner, Fossil Ridge, Boswell and was the pitching coach on the Dragons’ 2002 state championship team. Booker also played quarterback at Carroll and led the Dragons to a 9-1 finish in 1981. He and his wife have three children who graduated Carroll.

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Eveland was a two-sport standout at Carroll in basketball and track.

Kate Eveland-Schierholtz, Basketball, Track
Kate was a two-sport standout in basketball and track at Carroll. She was a four-year all-district starting point guard and an all-state selection for the Lady Dragons. She finished as the school’s all-time leading scorer. Kate was the Co-Offensive District MVP her senior year and helped lead Carroll to the postseason all four years. In track, she was one of the school’s top sprinters and ran the 4×100 and earned a regional title in the 4×400. Following high school, she played at San Diego State and finished in the top 10 in several individual categories. Kate graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in International Business. Kate joins her sister Kristi Eveland in the Dragon Hall of Honor. Kristi, a former soccer standout, was inducted into the Hall in 2015. Kate lives in Arizona and is married to two-time World Series champion Nate Schierholtz. The couple has a 10-month old daughter Avery.

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Gillum served as Carroll ISD Superintendent from 1996-2002.

Dr. Ted Gillum, Administrator
Gillum served as the Carroll ISD Superintendent from 1996 to 2002. During Gillum’s tenure, he oversaw a district during some of its most impactful growth in the last 20 years. With Southlake’s population and businesses expanding, Gillum was in charge of leading and mapping a plan for CISD’s fast expanding growth. Over a six-year span, CISD opened Durham Intermediate/Elementary, Eubanks Intermediate and Rockenbaugh and Old Union Elementary schools, Dragon Stadium and the CISD Aquatics Center. Gillum also led a district that won its first Lone Star Cup in 2001, which is an award given to the state’s best overall athletic and academic programs. Gillum currently works as a consultant for Superintendent Certification with the Region 11 Service Center in Fort Worth. His wife, Carolyn, is a former Carroll ISD diagnostician. Gillum is still an avid Dragon sports fan and his daughter works in the district and he has grandchildren attending Carroll schools.

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Uldrich led Carroll to its first football state championship in 1988.

Mike Uldrich, Football
Uldrich has a special place in Dragon football history. He was the starting quarterback of Carroll’s first football state championship in 1988. That season Uldrich led the Dragons to their first 16-0 season and a Class 3A state championship with a 42-8 victory against Navasota. The senior led the Dragons to 40 or more points in five of their six playoff games and he became the first Carroll quarterback to pass for 1,000 yards in a season. Uldrich was not only a standout at quarterback, but also started two years at cornerback. Leading an undefeated team led to accolades and Uldrich was selected all-state at both positions in 1988. He also became the first Dragon named the state’s Most Valuable Player that same season. Uldrich also lettered in basketball and was the student body vice president. Mike and his wife Laura have three children and he currently works in Dallas as a Project Executive for the McCarthy Building Companies.

 

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Wasson led the Dragons to the 2002 Class 5A state championship and a 16-0 record.

Chase Wasson, Football
Carroll made the move to Class 5A in 2002 and Wasson was a major reason it was a history-making jump. Wasson was the foundation for Dragon football’s shift toward a pass-based, no huddle offense under Todd Dodge. Wasson, son of current Dragon coach Hal Wasson, engineered one of the most prolific offenses in state history as the Dragons went 16-0, won the 5A state title in 2002 and regained the state spotlight. Carroll became the first program to win a title in the first year after moving up in classification. Along the way, Wasson rewrote the state’s passing records at the time throwing for 4,822 yards and 54 touchdowns and also rushed for more than 1,000 yards and 16TDs. In 2002, his amazing season was capped with a Class 5A Offensive Player of the Year award and threw for 490 yards in the state title game. Chase and his wife Shay have a son named Cal.

Join the City of Southlake for Breakfast with Santa

Are your kids unsure if Santa got their letter? What better way for them to check than to ask him in person!

Breakfast with Santa 2014Santa will be coming to the City of Southlake for a special breakfast at Town Hall on two Saturdays this December; December 5 and 12, 2015. Each Saturday there will be three time options available: 7:30 – 8:45 AM, 9:00 – 10:15 AM and 10:30 -11:45 AM.

In addition to a delicious breakfast, participants will make holiday crafts and get the chance to sit on Santa’s lap. So parents don’t forget your kids (and cameras) and remind the kids to bring their wish list.

A big thanks to Holan Law PLLC for being the Title Sponsor for this year’s Breakfast with Santa events!

Pre-registration is required for this event; you can register for Breakfast with Santa online or in person at the Community Services office at 1400 Main St., Suite 210. Children must be registered with at least one adult and all individuals attending the event, including all adults, must be registered. Click here for more information or please contact (817) 748-8019. Be sure to register early at as Breakfast with Santa does sell out!

City of Southlake's Annual Sweetheart Dance will be Held Saturday, February 7th

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Register now for the Sweetheart’s Dance. Register online (link below) or call Community Services at (817) 748 8019.

Create lasting memories with your child, niece, nephew or grandchild at the City of Southlake’s Annual Sweetheart Dance! This is not just a daddy-daughter Valentine’s Day dance, the whole family is invited to join us for a night full of dancing, desserts and fun surprises.

This year’s dance will be held on Saturday, February 7th in Southlake Town Hall Lobby from 6:30 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. Each year, there is a new, exciting theme. This year’s theme is “A Magical Evening” where you will enjoy a night of magical surprises! There will be a live DJ, fun games for the kids to play, on-site photo flipbooks and tons of tasty treats. There will be a special candy bar, where the young ones will be able to decorate a take-home box and fill it with all of their favorite candies! The limo rides around Southlake Town Square are also back by popular demand!

Children of all ages will remember the fun they had at the Sweetheart Dance for years. One parent noted that “My daughter still talks about how much fun she had at the ball, her name for the Sweetheart Dance, and she is so excited that we will be going again this year!” Another parent exclaimed “Priceless Memories! Thank you for such a fun event!”

You can register online or at the Community Services office located at 1400 Main St, Suite 210. Tickets are $12.00 per person (parents must register as well) and pre-registration is required. Tickets are going fast, so be sure to register early for this event! For more information please contact 817-748-8019.

The "Celebration of The Arts and Sports" Exhibit Opens September 7

LambertoShow3x5Cards (1)The Southlake Arts Council, APEX Arts League, the City of Southlake and Miracle League of Southlake are partnering  to present the Celebration of The Arts and Sports exhibit with artwork featured by Southlake artist, Lamberto.  Artwork will be on display in the Southlake Town Hall Lobby from September 7 through October 17.

The exhibit will debut with a gallery reception on Sunday, September 7, from 3:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. in Southlake Town Hall Lobby. Children and adults are invited to attend the reception and the exhibit which are free and open to the public.

The reception will include special music performed by the Suzuki Music Institute of Dallas. The Institute was founded in 1968 by Dr. Schinichi Suzuki and Dr. Evelyn Hermann to provide musical training to children, beginning at the age of 3. Violin, viola, cello, piano, muisc theory, composition and harp are the classes offered at the school, which today has close to 300 students enrolled.

You will also enjoy chic ball field refreshments caterd by Central Market.  While you enjoy refreshments, music and art, you will also receive updated information about the Texas Rangers Miracle League Field in Southlake, the community recreation center that will break ground for Phase 1 on September 27 and all the Apex Presents 2014-2015 Season.

Art in the Square 2014 Kickoff Event- February 23rd

The community is invited to the kick off event for Art in the Square on February 23, 2014 from 5:00 p.m.- 6:30 p.m. in the Southlake Town Hall foyer. The event, co-sponsored by the Southlake Arts Council, Apex Arts League and Art in the Square/Southlake Women’s Club, will be filled with visual arts, music, food and wine.

This third annual event will kick off the spring Art in the Square season.  The art will be displayed in Southlake Town Hall for two months and then will move outside for the festival the weekend of April 25-27.

The art displayed will be creations by the 2014 Art in the Square featured artists, selected by a jury. Duet music will be provided by harpist, Kimberly DeRosa, and violinist, Arthur Busby. Refreshments from Wildwood Grill and wine by Constellation Brands will compliment the event.

For more information, visit www.apexartsleague.org or www.artinthesquare.com.

 

Southlake's Annual Sweetheart Dance is Saturday, February 8th

Create lasting memories with your child, niece, nephew or grandchild at the City of Southlake’s Annual Sweetheart Dance! This is not just a daddy-daughter Valentine’s Day dance, the whole family is invited to join us for a night full of dancing, desserts and fun surprises.

This year’s dance will be held on Saturday, February 8th in Southlake Town Hall Lobby from 6:30 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. Each year, there is a new, exciting theme. This year’s theme is “Once Upon a Time,” where you will enjoy a night of storybook wonders! There will be a live DJ, fun games for the kids to play, on-site photo flipbooks and tons of tasty treats. There will be a special candy bar, where the young ones will be able to decorate a take-home box and fill it with all of their favorite candies! The limo rides around Southlake Town Square are also back by popular demand!

Children of all ages will remember the fun they had at the Sweetheart Dance for years. One parent noted that “My daughter still talks about how much fun she had at the ball, her name for the Sweetheart Dance, and she is so excited that we will be going again this year!” Another parent exclaimed “Priceless Memories! Thank you for such a fun event!”

You can register online or at the Community Services office located at 1400 Main St, Suite 210. Tickets are $12.00 per person (parents must register as well) and pre-registration is required. Tickets are going fast, so be sure to register early for this event! For more information please contact 817-748-8019.