Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Historical Photographs of Southlake Art Exhibit will be held this September

The City of Southlake along with the Arts Council Northeast and APEX Arts League will present an art exhibit and reception, called A Walk Through Time: Historical Photographs of Southlake on Thursday, September 10, 2015 from 6:30 – 8:00 PM in the Southlake Town Hall Lobby, 1400 Main Street.

Complimentary wine will be served as well as dinner, provided by Feedstore BBQ. This event is free and open to the public.

Photography is presented by the Southlake Historical Society, promoting the preservation, understanding and appreciation of Southlake’s history. Photo canvas enlargements are provided by Priority Signs and Graphics.

For additional information about this event, please contact the Community Services Department at (817) 748-8019.

Dragons Walk for Classmates with Hemophilia

Wadi Hamud, pictured on the right

 The Hemophilia Walk is NHF’s largest event dedicated to finding better treatments and cures for bleeding and clotting disorders, and to preventing the complications of these disorders through awareness, education, advocacy and research. 

The 2013 DFW Hemophilia Walk is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 19 at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie. Check-in the day of the race begins at 7:30 a.m. The walk begins at 9.

Peyton Bush pictured on the right with brothers Jacob and Barrett

Hemophilia is very rare. Fewer than 20,000 people in the United State have hemophilia. However, hemophilia is very, very expensive, often costing patients upwards of $250,000 a year for the medicines needed to help the blood clot normally.

Two Carroll ISD students have severe hemophilia, sixth grader, Wadi Hamud, and fifth grader, Peyton Brush. Both students have teams participating in the 2013 DFW Hemophilia Walk. If you are interested in joining their teams visit www.hemophilia.org/walk and select the walk in TX (Dallas) and join either Peyton’s Peeps or sponsor Peyton Bush or join Wadi’s Walk Stars or sponsor Wadi Hamud.

As a non-profit group the Texas Central Hemophila Association can provide community service hours for students who are interested in volunteering the day of the walk. Students must email Shannon Brush, President of the Texas Central Hemophilia Association at sbrush@texcen.org prior to attending the event.