Daily Archives: July 28, 2012

Entertainment with a Purpose

MIDLOTHIAN, TX — If gliding down one of the larger inflatable water slides in Texas does not get your juices flowing, then the Euro Bungee Trampoline, where jumpers can reach heights of 24 feet, certainly will. Life Church will be sponsoring the Back to School Bash again this month! If you lean toward more […]

Showing Teachers the Way

MANSFIELD, TX — Educator. Missionary. Leader. Each of these words can be used to describe Imogene Gideon. In a career that has taken her around the globe, she has made a difference through her actions and left her mark on the Mansfield Independent School District. Imogene and her first husband, Ray Milligan, lived and […]

Love for Language

ENNIS, TX — Zachary Lopez doesn’t just enjoy learning foreign languages. The 14-year-old model student at Ennis Junior High School is passionate about it. He can speak seven languages so far and hopes to pick up more in time. “I welcome the challenge of studying the expressions and accents of other cultures,” explained the […]

A Man of Compassion

CORSICANA, TX — Billy Elias grew up living the kind of life portrayed in the book and movie, The Help. His single mom was a maid to a wealthy family in Kilgore, Texas, so Billy was left home alone a lot. He remembers entertaining himself by bouncing up and down on a mattress in […]

Preserving Heritage

BURLESON, TX — A dedicated volunteer and longtime Burleson dating back to the early days of American Indians, resident, 86-year-old Mary Norris, is often the the visitor’s center, supported by the Burleson Heritage familiar face patrons see when they enter the Burleson Foundation, has preserved many treasures that tell the Visitors Center. Complete with […]