The public is invited to attend the First Annual Bob Jones Community Picnic celebrating Black History Month, presented by the Bob Jones Nature Center and Grubbs Infiniti. The Community Picnic is an event where Southlake families can enjoy the outdoors while learning about BJNC’s rich history. The Nature Center is named for Bob “Dolford” Jones, who was born a slave and became Southlake’s largest landowner. The Nature Center sits on a portion of the original Jones property.
Bob Jones hosted the first annual picnic in the late 1800s, a family tradition that continued into the 1960s. Some Southlake residents still recall those gatherings of friends, family, and neighbors to eat barbecue, listen to music, and dance. Bob Jones Nature Center is bringing back a tradition that helped create a strong community. Visit the Southlake Historical Society’s website to learn more about the history and traditions of the Jones family.
Join the fun on Saturday, February 28, 2015 from 11:00 AM until 1:00 PM. Explore the nature center, enjoy lunch, listen to some live music, and test drive vehicles provided by Grubbs Infiniti.
Bring a favorite side dish or dessert to share potluck style, and attend the Community Picnic free of charge! Prizes will be awarded for the best-rated side dish and dessert. Those attending without a potluck contribution will be charged $5 per adult and $3 per child. Picnic tables will be provided, but feel free to bring items your family will enjoy, like Frisbees, balls, and picnic blankets. Call (817) 491-6333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP. Food will be limited; RSVPs are required.
Bob Jones Nature Center is seeking local businesses to sponsor food, entertainment, and prizes. Please contact Zoe DeVito at email@example.com or call 817.491.6333 for more information.
For more than a decade, Fatboy has been bringing innovative and iconic quality lifestyle products to fans in over 50 countries worldwide. The brand is anchored in iconic European design mixed with a creative spirit and a sense of humor that extends to all of its product offerings. Fatboy creates lifestyle products with a simple yet compelling idea reflected in their tagline, “Deleting Dull.” Their tagline aligns with what has remained the core of the Fatboy brand philosophy from birth, which is to design captivating product to evoke an authentic change in people’s minds for the better through the experience they have with their product.
As a brand that continually strives to break outside of the box of ordinary design, Fatboy welcomes ideas to assist in creating products that inspire conversation and cultivate a sense of community. As such their partnership with Carroll ISD was a natural especially since President and CEO, Paula Masters, has called Southlake her home for over ten years.
“As a lifestyle brand, we are at the forefront of our industry,” stated Ms. Masters. “Fatboy is excited about this new partnership and proud to make Fatboy the heart of the space that will bring families, students, teachers as well as the Southlake community together to celebrate Dragon pride,” continued Ms. Masters.
The Dragon branded Fatboy collection will include three of their most popular beanbag lounge chairs: Fatboy® Original, Fatboy® Junior, and the Fatboy® Point. These three models will be offered in the black, green and white. The pieces selected for the Dragon branded collection are perfect for media and game rooms, tailgating, dorm rooms and even graduation gifts. And of course the collection would not be complete without something for your four-legged friend. Yes, they will also be offering a Dragon branded Fatboy® Doggielounge in black!
The collections are available now at Fatboyusa.com. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the time-honored tradition of Friday Night Lights gets underway with the start of a new high school football season in Texas, Ozarka® Brand 100% Natural Spring Water, the official bottled water of Southlake Carroll High School Football and Dragon Stadium, today launched the new “Taste the Texas Tradition” campaign.
Inspired by the passion of the players and the support of the community for their local team, Ozarka® is calling on Texans to share their favorite football traditions on social channels using #TexasTradition and #H2Ozarka.
To kick off the campaign, Ozarka® brand ambassadors will distribute more than 10,000 rally towels to fans at Dragon Stadium as the Carroll Dragons take on Austin Westlake on Friday, August 29th. During the Opening Night tailgate, Ozarka® will be on hand with a QB-Zone football throwing contest, raffle prizes, ice-cold Ozarka® water and free giveaways.
For more information on how to participate in the campaign, visit www.facebook.com/ozarkawater or follow @OzarkaSpringWtr on Twitter.
Park Place Lexus and Park Place Motorcars Grapevine are giving one lucky Southlake Dragon fan the opportunity to kick a field goal for the chance to win a 2015 Mercedes-Benz GLA or a 2015 Lexus NX. The field goal attempt will be held at the Southlake Dragons vs. Coppell Cowboys game on October 3, 2014, at Dragon Stadium.
“This is a unique opportunity for the community to have some fun and possibly drive away in a new car,” said Matt Woolsey, general manager of Park Place Lexus Grapevine. “We love the pure enjoyment of this event for the community. It will be exciting to see the contestant attempt to win the car.”
Park Place Lexus and Park Place Grapevine are long time sponsors of Carroll ISD and the Carroll Education Foundation.
Contestants for this event need to register at godragons.parkplace.com/southlake-field-goal/ before 12:00 p.m., October 1, 2014. There is a maximum of one (1) entry per person. One lucky winner will be chosen at random from all entries received and two alternates will be notified 24 hours prior to the field goal kick attempt. The field goal attempt will be held at Southlake Carroll Dragons Stadium during half time of the October 3 football game. The field goal attempt will be made from the 45 yard line.
In order to qualify for the grand prize, the contestant must successfully kick a football of regulation size over the crossbar and between the uprights of a regulation state high school goal post. Current or former Olympic, semi-professional or professional football, soccer or rugby players who have competed in the United States, Canada or Europe cannot participate. Current or former high school or collegiate football, soccer or rugby players who have competed at that level within the past six (6) years and current or former football coach who has coached at the high school level or above within the past six (6) years may not participate. For a list of all rules and regulations please visit http://godragons.parkplace.com/southlake-field-goal/.
Ken Schnitzer founded Park Place Dealerships in 1987 with a single Mercedes-Benz dealership on Oak Lawn. Today, Park Place Dealerships employs nearly 1,700 people and operates 16 full-service dealerships representing luxury brands including Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Infiniti, Volvo, smart, Jaguar, Lotus, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, McLaren, and Maserati. For more information about Park Place Dealerships and Maserati, visit www.parkplace.com.
The Homecoming celebration at Southlake Town Square on Wednesday, September 25, will provide students, businesses and the community an opportunity to showcase Dragon pride through a combined Carnival, Parade and Pep Rally. Depending on the level of involvement, there are several options for sponsoring this event.
For the Carnival booths that will be open from 4:30-6:30 p.m., official CISD student and parent organizations will be able to host a Carnival booth free of charge, but will need to provide their own tent, table and chairs. Businesses or individuals can sponsor a student organization booth or secure a booth of their own for $500. This package will include a 10 by 10 carnival booth tent, table, chairs and sponsor signage. Set-up for these booths will begin at 2 p.m. on Sept. 25.
The Parade will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will run through Town Square. Student organizations will be able to participate in the Parade at no cost. All other Parade Sponsorships will include a carnival booth sponsorship plus a corporate banner in front of a student float. Corporate Parade Sponsors will receive the basic package for $1,000. Automobile Sponsors will not only receive the basic package for $2,500, but their cars will also be used to drive the Homecoming Court, Teachers of the Year and other prominent Parade members. The Grand Marshal Sponsor will pay $5,000 for the right to feature their own float at the front of the parade. They will be the Title Parade Sponsor and their name will be advertised with the Parade information. Parade lineup will begin at 6 p.m. in the Barnes and Noble parking lot.
Immediately following the Parade, the Pep Rally will begin on the steps of Town Hall where sponsorships will be available for $1,500. This package will include the Carnival and Parade sponsorships as well as the opportunity to hand out novelty items at the Pep Rally. Any individual, business or organization who hands out any type of novelty item at the Parade or Pep Rally will be charged the $1,500 fee.
All Sponsorship applications will be due by 4:30 p.m. on Sept. 11. See flier below for clarification and direct additional questions to the Board and Community Relations Department at (817) 949-7080.