Daily Archives: May 1, 2011

Serving Up a Mother’s Heart

WEATHERFORD, TX — Luann Robinson Hammet helps feed over 200 children breakfast and between 420-500 children lunch in the Bose Ikard Elementary school cafeteria. But she is doing more than making sure they key in their ID numbers correctly and get their trays. She also watches to make sure they eat well and eat all they […]

A Thousand Flags Unfurled

WAXAHACHIE, TX — Cruising down Main Street in late May as summer begins to make its debut, conjures a brief flashback to a 1950’s town filled with bicycles and children fresh out of school. Both sides of the road are flanked with American flags guiding passersby as if they were on a parade route. The […]

Peace through Business

CEDAR HILL, TX — Our own Cedar Hill is making an international impact. Local businesswomen and Northwood University have partnered with Dr. Terry Neese of The Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women (IEEW) and businesswomen nationwide to “pay it forward” by mentoring women from Rwanda and Afghanistan, as a means of improving their lives […]