Fun with the siblings
Preston Hollow brothers Bennett and Caleb Porter (top) perfectly pose with painted faces at the Trains at NorthPark 25th anniversary celebration. Stephen and his older sister Braden Head (bottom) have fun clowning around with Mr. Ronald McDonald himself at the celebration.
DeGolyer runs laps to fill backpacks
The kids at DeGolyer recently tried to out-run their teachers, and this year, like the last seven, campus employees encouraged it. DeGolyer partnered with the North Texas Food Bank for the seventh consecutive year for its annual Jingle Bell run-a-thon that benefits the Food 4 Kids backpack program. The program gives food-filled backpacks to children that don’t have nutritious food to eat when they’re home.
With the leadership of Coach Brian Boubel, the Class Seven boys basketball team at Providence Christian School beat a Quest school in the championship to win the Providence Patriot Basketball tournament. From left: Hudson Neuhoff, Hampton Simms, Joshua Limsenben, Coach Boubel, William Nowlin, Cole Johnson, Jake Bryans, Brannon Farrow, David Uhrbrock, Hill Washburne and Jack Brown.
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