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DHV hosts party, raises restoration funds

Dallas Heritage Village came alive Saturday, April 25 with the sound of lively music and the sight of 1920s costumed attendees dancing and enjoying History with a Twist, a fundraiser held to raise money for the restoration of structures on the DHV site. Additionally, there were silent and live auctions, games, vintage cars, food provided by Jim Lee Events ...Full Article

Easter bunny brings fun for special needs individuals

The Easter bunny shared hugs and high fives during his recent stop at the Special Ones Easter Egg Hunt held at Garland’s Carter Softball Complex. The event was a ...Full Article

Hope Clinic hosts ribbon cutting

With a crowd of 135 in attendance, Hope Clinic officially “cut the ribbon” to their new facility in downtown Garland.  After raising over $800,000 in a capital campaign, Hope ...Full Article

First Choice ER collects items for Operation Gratitude

Operation Gratitude, a non-profit that sends 100,000 care packages to troops each year, partnered with First Choice Emergency Room to host a spring collection drive. With help from the ...Full Article

National Women Build Week

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Garland will kick off with a Lowe’s special clinic just for Women Build Week. Join them Saturday, April 11, at Lowe’s in Mesquite, 4444 ...Full Article

Garland firefighters Fill the Boot for MDA families

Firefighters will be out on the streets of Garland asking motorists to help “Fill the Boot” for the Muscular Dystrophy Association on three consecutive Fridays beginning April 17th  and ...Full Article

Girls with Goals attend Women in Aviation conference

The Kiwanis Girls with Goals recently attended a Women in Aviation conference at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas. They heard speakers including pilot Amelia Earhart (not related) who spoke ...Full Article

Friendship House serves community members in need

One of Garland’s longest-lasting charities is Friendship House, part of First Baptist Church of Garland, which has been helping impoverished citizens get on their feet for 37 years. The ...Full Article

April: Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a great time to acknowledge the importance of families and communities to prevent child abuse and neglect. This is also a time ...Full Article

Garland’s original power plant is significant part of city’s history

Currently in need of extensive repairs, the power plant building at 525 West Avenue A has played a significant part in Garland’s history. Built in 1923, it was the ...Full Article
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