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Parish Panthers Claim TAPPS State Title

Parish Episcopal scored six unanswered touchdowns to capture the TAPPS Division II state championship on Dec. 6, beating rival Dallas Christian 56-14. (Photos: Chris McGathey)

DIFFA 19th Annual Holiday Wreath Soiree

The Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS, DIFFA/Dallas, kicked-off the holiday season with the 19th annual Holiday Wreath Collection at the Galleria on Nov. 13. Over 40 national and local businesses, designers and individuals submitted wreaths this year. (Photos: Shana Anderson)

Panthers Win TAPPS State Semifinal Game

Parish Episcopal used a balanced attack of ground and air in the first half and a little bit of resiliency late in the game to beat Fort Worth Christian 34-21 in a TAPPS Division II state semifinal game on Nov. 29. They will face Dallas Christian in the finals at 7 p.m. on Dec. 6. (Photos: Chris McGathey)

Hillcrest Loses to Terrell in Bi-District Round

The Hillcrest Panthers were haunted by turnovers and penalties during a 30-22 defeat against the Terrell Tigers in the Class 5A Division II bi-district round in Garland on Nov. 14. (Photos: Don Johnson)

ESD Crushes Casady to Win SPC Football Crown

ESD won its first SPC football title since 2007 with a 42-14 win over Casady on Nov. 8. (Photos: Chris McGathey)

St. Mark's Defeats OKC Casady in SPC Volleyball Final

St. Mark’s won the boys SPC volleyball tournament at Greenhill with a thrilling five-set triumph over Oklahoma City Casady in the championship match on Nov. 8. The Lions, who were the top seed entering the weekend, swept San Antonio St. Mary’s Hall in the first round and host Greenhill in the semifinals. (Photos: Chris McGathey)

Olympic Wrestlers Teach Next Generation at Clinic

Olympic wrestlers Jordan Burroughs and Brandon Slay, and World Champion Adeline Gray shared some life lessons and wrestling pointers with students from Highland Park, ESD and St. Mark's during a clinic at St. Mark's on Nov. 6. (Photos: Chris McGathey)

Jesuit Defeats W.T. White 58-24

Jesuit maintained its dominance over neighborhood rival W.T. White on Thursday in the annual “Battle for the Saddle” showdown at Loos Stadium. The 58-24 victory also clinched a playoff spot for the Rangers (6-2, 4-1), while knocking the Longhorns (4-4, 2-3) precariously into fifth place in the District 9-6A standings with two weeks left in the season. (Photos: Chris McGathey)

Arboretum Children’s Garden Gala

The Dallas Arboretum celebrated the first birthday of the Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden on Sept. 21. About 350 guests enjoyed exploring the garden and listening to music performed by the Booker T. Washington Jazz Combo.

Hillcrest Defeats Thomas Jefferson 63-0

Hillcrest stayed in contention for the playoffs by defeating Thomas Jefferson on Thursday, Oct. 16 at Franklin Stadium. (Photos: Chris McGathey)

Early Childhood Association Celebrates With Park Party

The Preston Hollow Early Childhood Association kicked off the new year with a party at Preston Hollow Park on Sept. 21. The event featured Stanley the Steam Engine, the Hamburger Man, games, face painting, and other activities. PHECA collected new and gently used books for kindergarten to fourth-grade reading level to donate to Reading Partners. (Photos: Chris McGathey)

Parsons House Residents Gather for "Memory Rock"

On Friday, Sept. 26, senior residents and guests of Parsons House Preston Hollow gathered for a “Memory Rock” event to raise funds for the national Walk to End Alzheimer’s, put on by the Alzheimer’s Association on Oct. 4. (Photo: Chris McGathey)

Dallas Casa Parade of Playhouses

Dallas CASA's 19th annual parade of playhouses kicked off Aug.3 with housewarming party at Build a Bear Workshop at NorthPark. Eleven playhouses were raffled off to support the volunteer organization. CASA volunteers are trained and supervised to advocate for the best interests of abused children in court.

A.W.A.R.E. 25th Anniversary celebration

The Alzheimer's Women's association for Resources and Education celebrated its 25th anniversary in May. NFL football hall of fame award recipient Bart Starr spoke on remembering the Ice Bowl of 1967 at this silver and Ice themed fundraiser.

Stars and Stripes Film Festival Kickoff Party

Supporters of the inaugural Stars and Stripes Film Festival gathered on Aug. 27 at the Highland Park Village Theatre. Lynn and Allan McBee are co-chairing the festival, which runs Nov. 6-9 and will benefit the Sons of the Flag, a Dallas non- profit founded by for- mer Navy SEAL Ryan “Birdman” Parrott.

Thomas Jefferson Class of 1964 Celebrates 50th Reunion

Thomas Jefferson High School's class of 1964 celebrated its 50th reunion at the Inter Continental Hotel in Addison on Sept. 13. Classmates poured over old yearbooks and exchanged memories. Special nametags featuring their yearbook photos added to the fun.

Warren Barrón DSOL Dress Show

Warren Barrón hosted the 2015 Dallas Symphony debutantes on June 1. Guests enjoyed delicious bites by Fearing’s Restaurant and favors by Sprinkles Cupcakes. Bella Flora of Dallas brightened the store as the new debutantes tried on gowns. (Photos: Bruce S. Chandler)

Speedflex Grand Opening

Guests gathered for the opening of the Speedflex Center in Preston Center, the first such facility in the U.S., on June 11. The Speedflex training system provides resistance based on the amount of force applied by the user rather than the addition of weights. Speedflex trainers were on hand to show guests first-hand how the revolutionary machines work.

Echelon's 30 M Gala

On Saturday, May 10, we celebrated our second annual 30M Gala at The Ritz-Carlton in Dallas, which provided not only a chance to raise money for The Salvation Army, but was also an opportunity for those who serve this organization to come together across generations, working towards the same goal. (Photos: Courtesy of Echelon)

Equest Neiman Marcus Luncheon

Neiman Marcus downtown hosted the Equest Women’s Auxiliary to thank them for their work in supporting Equest’s programs in the Zodiac Room on June 10. The Equest Women’s Auxiliary Luncheon and Style Show will be held Oct. 7 at Brook Hollow Golf Club. (Photos: Courtesy of Equest)

Equest’s Triple Crown Gala

More than 500 guests gathered at Southfork Ranch on May 3 for Equest’s Triple Crown Gala, co-chaired by Maggie Kipp and Shay Geyer. Equest is an internationally recognized therapeutic riding center for children and adults. Equest clients and their horses showed off their skills while guests sipped cocktails and mint juleps. Guests also participated in a derby hat contest, judged by Louise Griffeth, founder of Equest Women’s Auxiliary, Jeff Byron, Kersten Rettig, Blake Stephenson, and Lezlie Noble. (Photos: Kristina Bowman)

Smashing Times

In June we stopped by Smashing Times, which is currently offering a weekly summer mosaic art camp for kids (ages 4 and up), until the end of August. Smashing Times is also available to host a multitude of parties and events for adults and children. (Photos: Claire Casner)

Preston Hollow Graduates

Caps off to the class of 2014.

Biblical Arts

Plans are coming together for the Biblical Art Museum as they prepare to debut the "Via Dolorosa" sculpture garden. (Photos: Shana Anderson)

DSOL Gown Presentation at Neiman Marcus

The 2015 Dallas Symphony Orchestra League Debutantes and their mothers and guests gathered at Neiman Marcus downtown for a reception and gown presentation on May 31. After the presentation the girls were invited to try on the dresses. Fashion designer, Austin Scarlett made a special appearance and was available for personal consults with the debutantes. This weekend marked the start to their nearly thirty parties as DSOL Debutantes. (Photos: Claire Casner)

Pet Pics 2014

We’re getting ready for the ‘dog (and cat) days of summer.’ Thanks for sending us pictures of your pets. Here are some of our favorites.

Yavneh Points for Peace

Yavneh’s Students Against Terrorism organization sponsored the Points for Peace basketball tournament, which raised more than $40,000 dollars, bringing the organization’s 12-year total to nearly $700,000. (Photo: Deb Silverthorn)

Providence Celebrates Texas Day

Class Three students from Providence Christian School and West Dallas Community School got together for ‘Texas Day’ on April 17. Students from the sister schools wrote to each other before meeting at Farmers Branch Historical Park to tour an authentic log cabin, a garden, and a chuckwagon. A barbecue lunch and sing-along full of Texas tunes followed.

Southwestern Medical Foundations Lead Fireside Chat

Southwestern Medical Foundations “Leading the Conversation on Health”, had their second in a series of “Fireside Chats”, in the Pecan Room at Old Parkland on Monday, April 7, 2014, from 5:30 to 7:00 pm.  These conversations are designed to bring together a diverse community of thought leaders focused on the future of health and provide a means to better understand the extraordinary strides being made in academic medicine, education and clinical care in the Dallas area, especially at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Lamplighter School Goes International

Following tradition at The Lamplighter School in north Dallas, Scottish bagpiper Don Shannon greeted families and friends of the School as he led a parade of students through campus. Shannon and the children kicked off the “world class” trip around the globe for the Lamplighter Parents’ Association’s eleventh annual International Night event on April 10. Students "toured the world,” sampled food, participated in craft projects, and enjoyed live entertainment. After picking up a passport, travelers young and old made their way through more than 20 “countries,” studying maps and photos, creating artwork, sampling exotic foods, and learning a few words of a new language.

100 Women Tea at Rosewood Mansion

In honor of the centennial celebration of Children’s Medical Center, 100 women – all current or former volunteer leaders, trustees, board members or supporters – each committed to give $10,000 to Children’s last year as a 100th birthday present. Their collective contributions have established a $1 million endowment for Child Life, which focuses on the psychological, emotional and social needs of children and their families.

Lions Defeat Scots in Lacrosse

The Lions defeated the Scots 7-9 in March. St. Mark's is attempting to repeat last year's state championship victory with a new coach.

Kinkaid Rallies to Beat St. Mark's

Houston Kinkaid defeated St. Mark's, 59-45, in the Southwest Preparatory Conference title game last weekend. The teams combined for more than 1,000 yards of total offense that included big play after big play. In the end, it was Kinkaid's ability to run and pass that scored the Falcons the coveted trophy. (Staff photos: Chris McGathey)

Fort Worth All Saints Roughs Up Eagles, 48-13

Fort Worth All Saints remained undefeated by rolling past Episcopal School of Dallas, 48-13, last Friday. (Staff photos: Chris McGathey)

Preston Center Dance

Dance center leaps into 24th year with more legroom and courses.

Staff Photos: Chris McGathey

Providence Homecoming

Providence Christian School celebrated its homecoming before defeating the Covenant Knights 48-0.

Greenhill Add Electric Car Chargers

Electric car drivers will have a new place to charge their vehicles, now that Greenhill has installed two new charging stations on campus.

Staff Photos: Chris McGathey