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Diana Slavinsky is a community engagement librarian for Carrollton. With her degree in metalsmithing and jewelry, she has taught various forms of art throughout her career.
Coppell’s second annual impact report for Teen Volunteers in Coppell (TVC) is now available. This report details the financial, community, and individual impacts of teen volunteerism through city departments for the calendar year 2021.
As Alison Vest puts it, walking into her office probably feels like walking into a “mad scientist’s lab.”
Beth Shumate has lived in McKinney since 1993, when the city’s population was about 23,000 large. Shumate began working for the city of McKinney in 2007 when she was hired as the Communications Manager for Visit McKinney. It was then called the McKinney Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Shain Hunn serves as the Director of Organizational Leadership with the city of Celina. He previously worked as the Celina Fire Department Assistant Fire Chief for about five years. Hunn came back to his hometown of Celina after working for 22 years with Rowlett Fire Rescue.
Friends and supporters of United Way of Denton County gathered in socially distanced fashion at the grand ballroom at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Denton Convention Center for the 10th annual UNITED Tribute Gala on Jan. 15.
A local high school band has been recognized by the city of Frisco for its state- and national-level achievements.
Because of a $1,000 grant from the Garland ISD Education Foundation, Michelle Thompson, a math and special education teacher at Liberty Grove Elementary School, will be able to fund needed materials for students’ social and emotional learning.