Champions of fun

Major League Baseball and American League Champions the Texas Rangers teamed up with Starlight Children’s Foundation to place a Starlight Fun Center mobile entertainment unit at Medical City Children’s Hospital to help young patients cope with hospital anxieties. Pediatric patients play the Nintendo Wii with, from left to right, Jim Sundberg, Texas Rangers legend; Mark Ford, community development officer for the Starlight Children’s Foundation; and Christy Escandon, vice president of operations at Medical City.

Go, fight, win

The eighth-grade football team at Providence Christian School in Preston Hollow tears through the banner during the school’s homecoming game.

Coming of age

Karolyn Lamarre, a teacher at St. Alcuin Montessori School in Preston Hollow, shares a lesson on prehistoric art with her students to demonstrate the “Coming of Human Beings”, one of five key lessons about history, culture, social studies, discovery and invention. Other parts of the curriculum include the “Coming of the Universe”, “Coming of Life”, “Communication in Signs” and “The Story of Numbers”.


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