SCHOOL HOUSE ROCK

Karen Puckett, Preston Hollow resident and seventh-grade English teacher at Franklin Middle School, led her class in a project about the parts of speech, which included a song and dance competition.

GO PINK

The Medical City Hospital staff recognized Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wearing pink, displaying a Memory Wall that honors loved ones who have lost their battles with breast cancer, and offering a resource fair to help educate other women.

SOUL SISTERS

W.T. White High School teachers Ramona Ford, Hillary Rinella and Mr. Rachmad Tjachyadi dressed up and performed a surprise act as The Supremes during the fine arts department’s Open Mic Night, which highlights student performances.

LOOKING FORWARD

At the Jewish Community Center’s annual Senior Expo, neighbors learned how to protect themselves from scams in a session with Dave Lieber, investigative columnist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. From left: Clint Risner, Heather Cordova, Lieber and Anna Angorina.


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