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11/26/2021

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22nd Annual Destiny Award Luncheon: A Conversation with Shaquille O' Neal! You won't want to miss it! Click the link below to purchase your Sponsorships for Wednesday, February 23, 2022!
https://www.stphilips1600.org/destiny/

#stphilips1600 #youbelong #yourdestinyishere #destinyawardluncheon #destiny2022 #shaq #shaquilleoneal #dallas #fundraiser #dfw #charityevent

11/24/2021
Good afternoon,  This email is to provide an update about Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s (DART) upcoming outreach for the D...
11/24/2021
DART.org - Service Change Information

Good afternoon,

This email is to provide an update about Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s (DART) upcoming outreach for the DARTzoom: A New Bus Network project. As you may recall, DART began the New Bus Network Redesign process in 2019 by meeting with our Service Area City staff and consultants to lay the groundwork for the project. During 2020 and 2021, DART provided briefings to City Councils and Council Committees, as well as hosted numerous virtual stakeholder meetings, community meetings, pre-public hearings and social media events.

With the feedback DART received from our stakeholders, the community, officials, and our Board Members in August 2021, the DART Board unanimously approved the DARTzoom Final Bus Network Plan. The Plan will provide greater frequency, longer service hours and improved access to destinations. The redesigned network goes into effect on January 24, 2022.

As we continue to engage with our community, DART is hosting the following Facebook Live events where community members and officials will have an opportunity to ask questions and receive information about the DARTzoom: A New Bus Network project.

The events can be accessed through DART’s page at the following link: https://www.facebook.com/DARTDallas/.

• City of Dallas, December 2, 2021, 11:30 a.m.
• City of Irving, December 6, 2021 10:00 a.m.
• City of Dallas, December 7, 2021, 11:30 a.m.
• City of Plano, December 9, 2021 11:30 a.m.

In addition, DART has also updated our New Bus Network website, which can be accessed through the following link: https://www.dartzoom.org/. Included on the website is an interactive map that allows users and riders to easily determine what their new routes will be on January 24, 2022. Furthermore, DART also created a website, https://www.dart.org/about/servicechange/servicechange24january2022.asp, which provides a list of current routes and an explanation of changes impacting those routes.

As we near the implementation of the exciting bus redesign in January, we are dedicated to answering questions from our riders, and receiving feedback from communities and officials. Additionally, our staff is available to participate in community meetings, townhalls, and to provide briefings at neighborhood association and city council meetings.

We ask that you please share the links provided with your communities and stakeholders. If I can be of any assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Have a good weekend.

Eric Dominguez
State Relations Manager – Government and Community Relations

11/24/2021
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I am so honored to sponsor the First Annual Luminaria in Hollywood Heights. After 20 years in the neighborhood it is exciting to be a part of something new and watch it grow. It is going to be an amazing event!- Joe Kacynski
#hollywoodsantamonica #HSMNALuminaria #Luminaria2021

11/20/2021
Photos from Oak Cliff Lions Club Dallas's post
11/20/2021

Photos from Oak Cliff Lions Club Dallas's post

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11/16/2021
FRI NewsFlash November 2021 http://p0.vresp.com/wjdOrY #vr4smallbiz
11/15/2021
FRI NewsFlash November 2021

FRI NewsFlash November 2021 http://p0.vresp.com/wjdOrY #vr4smallbiz

On Saturday, November 6, 2021, the Ferguson Road Initiative, Far East Dallas residents, and elected/appointed officials celebrated the Grand Opening of CreekSide/White Rock Hills Park. Delayed by the Covid-19 pandemic, this event celebrated what ordinary people can accomplish when they work together...

Great program that needs our support.
11/14/2021

Great program that needs our support.

Great program that needs our support.

Photos from Ferguson Road Initiative's post
11/14/2021

Photos from Ferguson Road Initiative's post

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11/13/2021

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11/12/2021
We need to do better than this! Somebody knows who is responsible. Let's get them the help they need! https://www.wfaa.c...
11/09/2021
9-year-old boy assaulted, robbed at Dallas park, mother says

We need to do better than this! Somebody knows who is responsible. Let's get them the help they need! https://www.wfaa.com/article/news/local/9-year-old-boy-assaulted-and-robbed-at-dallas-park/287-e5861983-4ab7-47ff-88b1-38643127ae08?fbclid=IwAR3585Of-Sw7moNui9O2QCPaJg2S0KsgZvtLXe8ZMcHdl9OsNBAfDynH3Yc

The child's mom, Dr. Pamela Grayson, used social media to issue a warning and $1,000 reward for information on her son's attackers, hoping it could help police.

Twenty-five vaccinated. Thank you, CVS Pharmacy, Molina Healthcare, State Representative Jasmine Crockett, Oak Cliff Lio...
11/09/2021

Twenty-five vaccinated. Thank you, CVS Pharmacy, Molina Healthcare, State Representative Jasmine Crockett, Oak Cliff Lions Club Dallas, Dallas South Lions Club, AND St. Philip's School & Community Center

Busy day in the District. Thanks to all our volunteers.
11/06/2021

Busy day in the District. Thanks to all our volunteers.

11/04/2021
Our partnership with the Oak Cliff Lions Club Dallas, was highlighted in their November newsletter. Thank you Lions in g...
11/03/2021
Link Newsletters – Lions Clubs International District 2-X1

Our partnership with the Oak Cliff Lions Club Dallas, was highlighted in their November newsletter. Thank you Lions in getting over 171 shots in people's arms at our first two clinics at Townview. If you need a Covid vaccination or know someone who does, we'll be at St. Philips School and Community Center on Saturday, Nov. 6, from 10am-2pm in partnership, again with the Lions Clubs of South Dallas and Oak Cliff, CVS and Molina Healthcare. https://lionsdistrict2x1.org/link-newsletter/?fbclid=IwAR01j3zSI1l-jIaWLFyyg-ffBHrJFye6L2Q-vPVdjrJErHCElxnbjbgknTM

Link Newsletters On the Newsletters below, click the desired month’s link to bring up the interactive directory in a separate Tab in your browser. When you are finished, simply close that tab in your browser and return to the District tab. November 2021 Newsletter October 2021 Newsletter September...

10/29/2021

DPS Offers Safety Tips for a Spooktacular Halloween

AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is urging ghosts and goblins of all ages to keep safety in mind while having a ghoulishly good time this Halloween.

“Halloween is a time to have fun, but don’t lose sight of the fact that you need to be safe, as well,” said DPS Director Steven McCraw. “Be especially careful on the road, whether you are driving and need to watch out for children and other vehicles, or you are trick-or-treating and need to be vigilant of traffic around you.”

DPS offers the following Halloween safety tips for drivers:
• Be on the lookout for trick-or-treaters and other pedestrians. Lots of people will be out and they may not be paying attention.
• Don’t drink and drive. Designate a sober driver or take a rideshare or cab.
• Stay alert. Eliminate distractions in your vehicle, including the use of mobile devices. If you’re using a navigation device or app, have a passenger operate it for you so you can keep your eyes on the road.
• Slow down and further reduce speeds in congested traffic and bad weather.

DPS offers these tips for children and trick-or-treating:
• Prior to trick-or-treating, visit the Texas Public S*x Offender Registry, which includes a map of where the registered s*x offenders are in a given area.
• When trick-or-treating, look both ways before crossing roads, and only cross at the street corners.
• Walk on sidewalks when possible. If there are no sidewalks, walk facing traffic.
• Travel with adult supervision and stay in familiar neighborhoods.
• Carry a flashlight or glow stick.
• Do not enter the homes of strangers and avoid homes where porch lights are turned off.
• Make sure children know the phone number of an adult and how to call 911 in case they become lost.
• Children should avoid wearing masks with that cover their eyes to allow for better visibility.
• Avoid toy guns and knives, as they could be mistaken for a real weapon.
• After trick-or-treating, take all goodies home for an adult to inspect before eating, and never consume any items that don’t have a wrapper.
• The CDC recommends avoiding crowded spaces again this year, and attending only outdoor celebrations.
• If you do go to a public indoor gathering with people outside your household, the CDC recommends wearing a well-fitting facemask over your nose and mouth.

10/29/2021

About 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer over their lifetime, standing at the second most common cancers among genders. Let's continue to bring awareness, together we are stronger. #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth

10/28/2021
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10/26/2021

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