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2022 Save Jane Event

THE TEXARKANA CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER AND CASA TO RAISE AWARENESS FOR CHILD ABUSE WITH SAVE JANE EVENT Area To Read Names Representing Over 1,300 Children Abused Last Year … Facebook Live Event—On April 7, 2022, at 10:00 a.m., local volunteers and community members will join the Texarkana Children’s Advocacy Center and CASA for Children Texarkana in taking a stand against child abuse through a live video on their Facebook pages with the Save Jane event. … Leaders from the Texarkana community will read the names and ages of over 1

Culinary Uncorked 2022

The Pleasant Grove Independent School District Education Foundation hosted its annual Culinary Uncorked "The Best is Yet to Come" fundraiser presented by Farmers Bank & Trust on Friday, March 25, 2022, at the home of Whitney and Vickers Fuqua. The evening consisted of friends, fun, wonderful food by Jeff Loving, live music, and a silent and live auction. All proceeds benefitted the PGISD Education Foundation.

No Clowning Around

photo by TAG Outdoors
The atmosphere is buzzing with excitement. It is that hand-on-your-heart, American flag experience. It is beautiful horses, cowboy hats, boots and shiny buckles. It is the dirt arena and the announcer introducing events and contestants. Even the smell signals that you are about to see something spectacular. The stands are full of rodeo fans who have come to participate in a piece of southern culture. … photo by Todd Brewer Photography … One of the most exciting, and by far, the most dangerous rodeo events is bull riding.

We Stand Ready

photos by Matt Cornelius
No child deserves to live in fear! Bikers Against Child Abuse, Inc. (B.A.C.A.) is a nonprofit 501-C-3, tax-exempt international organization with a chapter right here in Texarkana. The organization was founded in 1995 with one man’s desire to help just one suffering child, an eight-year-old, who was so frightened by his perpetrators that he would not leave his own home. The founder, having had kind and loving experiences with bikers during his own childhood, was moved to include this boy in his biker circle.

Getting It Right

We know little in youth, and often that is a good thing. We are impulsive, we can be arrogant and we certainly do not know enough about the world to make big decisions. That being said, the current generation of young people happens to be one of the most motivated and politically active since the civil rights movement of the 1960s. In my time within the political realm, I have learned four important lessons, and they are lessons people in politics should always keep in mind. … The small stuff matters. … The fall of 2020 was an enormous opportunity for everyone in politics.

Lauren Hubbard

photo by Amber Fenix
Lauren Hubbard is a freelance writer living in New York City and can be found in publications such as Town & Country, Elle Décor, Harper’s Bazaar and Fashionista. Covering beauty, shopping, entertainment, travel, home decor, wine and cocktails, Lauren is living her best life and sharing her perspective with the world. … What do you love about Texarkana? … Texarkana was a great place to grow up.

Good Evening TXK

photo by Matt Cornelius
April is International Guitar Month which is something I never would have known had I never started playing guitar because it would not have interested me. How cool is it that there’s an entire month dedicated to an instrument? … The Guitar & Accessories Marketing Association (GAMA) and the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) founded International Guitar Day in 1987 to promote guitar sales around the world.

Let The Good Times Roll

(L-R) Evey Martin, Grace Otwell,  Callie-Jo Brookes,  Abby Wren,  Sydney Reynolds. photo by Matt Cornelius
Would you believe bowling dates back to 5200 BC? The ancient Egyptians rolled stones at objects aiming to knock them over. Over time, other bowling variations emerged from the original ancient Egyptian game. Today, besides the mainstream version of bowling, two different forms of the game continue to be played, including lawn bowling and Bocce. Several historical figures that have enjoyed the sport are King Henry VIII and Martin Luther. Francis Drake is rumored to have been engrossed in a game at the arrival of the Spanish armada.

Modern Aesthetics

photo by Matt Cornelius
One of the best parts of spring is getting outside to enjoy patio weather, and there is no better place than the enchanting backyard of Melanie and Chad Dowd. When they bought their house three years ago, they knew they wanted to maximize the indoor and outdoor living that the floor plan already encompassed. The Dowds wanted to create a space that continues to welcome their (almost) grown children and give their friends a haven where they could hang out. … The home itself is a notable example of 1970s modern architecture, reminiscent of the style of Richard Neutra.

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