A lot has happened since our last post! Here’s the scoop:
ANNUAL DOING THE MOST GOOD LUNCHEON IN FORT WORTH
Imagine raising a daughter for 18 years and then losing her suddenly with no answers as to her whereabouts. Such was the tragic experience of Beth Holloway when her daughter Natalee disappeared while on her high school graduation trip to Aruba in 2005.
|Fort Worth Annual Luncheon guest speaker|
Beth Holloway delivering her keynote speech.
We’re so appreciative of all who attended. We’re especially grateful for honorary chairs, Mary and Carl Ice, for their outstanding support. We want to sincerely thank our four-way co-chairs, Gail Landreth, Lauri Lawrence, Kelley Royer, and Suzanne Sanders for putting the event together.
|The Most Good 5K & Obstacle Race |
comes on May 3 at Trinity Groves in Dallas!
We’re celebrating 125 years in Texas with our first-ever Most Good 5K & Obstacle Race! This brand new event will be held on May 3 at Trinity Groves in Dallas.
Registration is now open, so don’t wait! Play a healthy role by helping The Salvation Army continue doing the most good.
Learn how to register, and more, here.
The Texas Legends of the National Basketball Development League hosted Salvation Army Night at Dr. Pepper Stadium in Frisco. The occasion was an opportunity to thank some of the companies that hosted Angel Trees in the workplace during the Christmas season.
|YET Junior Advisory Council Co-Presidents|
Kellam Hall, Riley Graham and Molly Montgomery
with Lieutenant Patrick Jones
of The Salvation Army in Arlington.
The Junior Advisory Council of The Salvation Army Youth Education Town (YET) in Arlington held a rave party as a fundraiser for the YET. The event raised $12,000 to help with YET programs and services (pictured)!
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Captain Michele and Major Ward Matthews
DFW Command Leadership