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They have been servicing the entire corridor with their community specific magazine since 2005. The 380Guide offers a full color glossy 8x11 bi-monthly magazine featuring news, profiles of prominent citizens, area events, schools, organizations and other community information for the 380 corridor. The 380Guide magazine reaches 35,000 homes and businesses in the area with a readership of 99,000.

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The Aubrey High School Class of 2021 Received $2.1 million in Scholarships, Article By Amy Ruggini AUBREY ISD, TX- The A...
06/30/2021

The Aubrey High School Class of 2021 Received $2.1 million in Scholarships, Article By Amy Ruggini

AUBREY ISD, TX- The Aubrey High School Class of 2021 received $2.1 million in scholarships, as reported by AHS principal Matt Gore. Local businesses and organizations, Aubrey Education Foundation and the Aubrey Booster Club awarded scholarships at the annual Aubrey High School Senior Night.

Scholarships from the community, Aubrey Education Foundation and the Aubrey Booster Clubs were given out throughout the evening. AEF awarded 29 scholarships totaling $20,500 and presented each honoree with a silver stole with blue trim.

The Aubrey High School Class of 2021 Received $2.1 million in Scholarships, Article By Amy Ruggini

AUBREY ISD, TX- The Aubrey High School Class of 2021 received $2.1 million in scholarships, as reported by AHS principal Matt Gore. Local businesses and organizations, Aubrey Education Foundation and the Aubrey Booster Club awarded scholarships at the annual Aubrey High School Senior Night.

Scholarships from the community, Aubrey Education Foundation and the Aubrey Booster Clubs were given out throughout the evening. AEF awarded 29 scholarships totaling $20,500 and presented each honoree with a silver stole with blue trim.

Denton Parks Celebrationswww.DentonParks.comDenton, TX- Downtown Denton, Saturday, July 3 Liberty Run and Walk, Denton C...
06/30/2021

Denton Parks Celebrations
www.DentonParks.com

Denton, TX- Downtown Denton, Saturday, July 3
Liberty Run and Walk, Denton Civic Center, 7:30 a.m.
Yankee Doodle Parade, Downtown Denton, 9 a.m.
Free Family Fun Jubilee, Denton Civic Center, 10 a.m.-noon
Hot Dog Eating Contest, Denton Civic Center, 11:30 a.m.

New Fireworks Location!
Sunday, July 4
Dollar Day at the Pool, Civic Center Pool, noon-6 p.m.
Water Works Special Event, Water Works Park, 7 p.m.
Kiwanis Club Fireworks, C.H. Collins Stadium, 9:30 p.m.

Unmasking Outdoor Summer Activities
Six in seven adults in the United States look forward to outdoor activities this summer. The most sought-after activities include going to the beach or lake, going to the park, attending a picnic or BBQ, swimming, and being active on the trails. Park and recreation professionals ensure the public can enjoy their favorite outdoor activities and be safe at the same time.

Key Findings:
•Six in seven adults in the United States look forward to outdoor activities this summer.
• Gen Z (94 percent), Gen X (89 percent), and Millennials (88 percent) are more likely to say they are looking forward to an outdoor activity compared to baby boomers (80 percent)
• Parents and their families are looking most forward to swimming (47 percent), going to
Six in seven adults in the United States look forward to outdoor activities this summer. The most sought-after activities include going to the beach or lake, going to the park, attending a picnic or BBQ, swimming, and being active on the trails. Park and recreation professionals ensure the public can enjoy their favorite outdoor activities and be safe at the same time.

Key Findings:
the beach or lake (43 percent), and going to the park (41 percent).

All Three Aubrey ISD Elementary Schools Recognized as Promising Practice Schools from Character.org.Article By Amy Ruggi...
06/30/2021

All Three Aubrey ISD Elementary Schools Recognized as Promising Practice Schools from Character.org.
Article By Amy Ruggini

AUBREY ISD, TX - All three Aubrey ISD elementary schools were recognized as Promising Practice Schools from Character.org. HL Brockett Elementary, Jackie Fuller Elementary and James A. Monaco Elementary were among 170 schools across the country in 2021 to receive the recognition that fosters character development in children and teens.

Character.org certified 170 Promising Practices in schools and organizations across the country and 19 in the state of Texas. This year’s character development practices and initiatives included peer mentoring, service-learning, and conflict resolution approaches, according to the Character.org press release. Many of the Promising Practices also involve parents and the local community.

Brockett Elementary’ s Character Parade held during Red Ribbon Week was selected as the 2021 Promising Practice.

“Brockett Elementary is committed to infusing character throughout the school experience for our students,” Brockett Principal Courtney Siggers said. “Every year, we have the Character Parade during Red Ribbon Week, so why not add character traits to it? Our students had so much fun with this and could even pinpoint the character traits the characters symbolized!”
The Character Parade is a highlight every year at Brockett. Each year, teachers choose books and their classroom dresses up as characters from those books and parade through the hallways. This past year, teachers were asked to choose a book and select a theme of their choice about the character trait that the book supports. Students in grades 3-5 were able to choose their own books. One teacher chose the book “How the Crayons Saved a Rainbow” and the character trait was teamwork. Students dressed up as crayons and held teamwork signs.

Monaco Elementary’ s Catching CHAPS practice was selected as the activity that demonstrated significant impact and was fully aligned with one or more of Character.org’s 11 Principles Framework for Schools: A Guide to Cultivating a Culture of Character.

During Monaco’s morning announcements, students and staff were celebrated for exhibiting the monthly character trait, chosen from Aubrey ISD’s family values of integrity, compassion, service, respect, loyalty, and excellence. Students and staff could nominate their peers for noticing the monthly family value and filling out a Catching CHAPs form.

“The Aubrey family values are taught during monthly guidance lessons in the classroom,” Monaco Principal Barbara Pitt said. “Throughout the school year, students are nominated for the value they are exhibiting in the classroom, hallways, or on the playground. It is our way of celebrating our students at Monaco.”
Fuller Elementary was excited to be selected in its first year since opening its doors as a school in August of 2020.

Fuller’s recognized program was the Full of Pride: Black History Gallery and Family Showcase which was a home and school practice that embraced the school’s diversity and encompassed compassion.

Fuller Principal Kari Abrams sent out her monthly family newsletter requesting community feedback prior to Black History Month. The feedback resulted in a month of research, exploration, student-made projects and family and community involvement.

“Families were invited to share video readings of books and share their heritage with us,” Fuller guidance counselor Tabitha Hellman said. “At school, teachers gave students choices about whom they wanted to highlight. Student projects were created and displayed in windows and throughout the hallways. Our virtual morning announcements were filled with influential people from the past and the present. To culminate the gallery, 5th grade students created a video where they reported from every classroom which influential person the class chose and the projects that went along with it. The student work and videos were shared via our school newsletter and social media outlets to share and celebrate the amazing work of our students, staff, and families.”

Brockett was named a Texas State School of Character earlier this year and was a National School of Character in 2016. This is the fourth time that they have received the Promising Practices recognition. Monaco and Fuller both received the award for the first time.

About Character.org: Founded in 1993, Character.org is a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. Our mission is to provide the voice, visibility, and resources for educators to build nurturing and supportive school cultures that focus on core values and character strengths vital to student and school success.

Character.org is widely known for its 11 Principles Framework for Schools, a comprehensive framework developed by school leaders and character development researchers. The vision for Character.org is to expand our work to families, sports, and the workplace. Visit www.character.org to learn more.

All Three Aubrey ISD Elementary Schools Recognized as Promising Practice Schools from Character.org.
Article By Amy Ruggini

AUBREY ISD, TX - All three Aubrey ISD elementary schools were recognized as Promising Practice Schools from Character.org. HL Brockett Elementary, Jackie Fuller Elementary and James A. Monaco Elementary were among 170 schools across the country in 2021 to receive the recognition that fosters character development in children and teens.

Character.org certified 170 Promising Practices in schools and organizations across the country and 19 in the state of Texas. This year’s character development practices and initiatives included peer mentoring, service-learning, and conflict resolution approaches, according to the Character.org press release. Many of the Promising Practices also involve parents and the local community.

Brockett Elementary’ s Character Parade held during Red Ribbon Week was selected as the 2021 Promising Practice.

“Brockett Elementary is committed to infusing character throughout the school experience for our students,” Brockett Principal Courtney Siggers said. “Every year, we have the Character Parade during Red Ribbon Week, so why not add character traits to it? Our students had so much fun with this and could even pinpoint the character traits the characters symbolized!”
The Character Parade is a highlight every year at Brockett. Each year, teachers choose books and their classroom dresses up as characters from those books and parade through the hallways. This past year, teachers were asked to choose a book and select a theme of their choice about the character trait that the book supports. Students in grades 3-5 were able to choose their own books. One teacher chose the book “How the Crayons Saved a Rainbow” and the character trait was teamwork. Students dressed up as crayons and held teamwork signs.

Monaco Elementary’ s Catching CHAPS practice was selected as the activity that demonstrated significant impact and was fully aligned with one or more of Character.org’s 11 Principles Framework for Schools: A Guide to Cultivating a Culture of Character.

During Monaco’s morning announcements, students and staff were celebrated for exhibiting the monthly character trait, chosen from Aubrey ISD’s family values of integrity, compassion, service, respect, loyalty, and excellence. Students and staff could nominate their peers for noticing the monthly family value and filling out a Catching CHAPs form.

“The Aubrey family values are taught during monthly guidance lessons in the classroom,” Monaco Principal Barbara Pitt said. “Throughout the school year, students are nominated for the value they are exhibiting in the classroom, hallways, or on the playground. It is our way of celebrating our students at Monaco.”
Fuller Elementary was excited to be selected in its first year since opening its doors as a school in August of 2020.

Fuller’s recognized program was the Full of Pride: Black History Gallery and Family Showcase which was a home and school practice that embraced the school’s diversity and encompassed compassion.

Fuller Principal Kari Abrams sent out her monthly family newsletter requesting community feedback prior to Black History Month. The feedback resulted in a month of research, exploration, student-made projects and family and community involvement.

“Families were invited to share video readings of books and share their heritage with us,” Fuller guidance counselor Tabitha Hellman said. “At school, teachers gave students choices about whom they wanted to highlight. Student projects were created and displayed in windows and throughout the hallways. Our virtual morning announcements were filled with influential people from the past and the present. To culminate the gallery, 5th grade students created a video where they reported from every classroom which influential person the class chose and the projects that went along with it. The student work and videos were shared via our school newsletter and social media outlets to share and celebrate the amazing work of our students, staff, and families.”

Brockett was named a Texas State School of Character earlier this year and was a National School of Character in 2016. This is the fourth time that they have received the Promising Practices recognition. Monaco and Fuller both received the award for the first time.

About Character.org: Founded in 1993, Character.org is a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. Our mission is to provide the voice, visibility, and resources for educators to build nurturing and supportive school cultures that focus on core values and character strengths vital to student and school success.

Character.org is widely known for its 11 Principles Framework for Schools, a comprehensive framework developed by school leaders and character development researchers. The vision for Character.org is to expand our work to families, sports, and the workplace. Visit www.character.org to learn more.

City of Celina Announces Summer Street Repairs Efforts Continue to Provide Safe RoadwaysArticle By Donna LynchCELINA, TX...
06/30/2021

City of Celina Announces Summer Street Repairs
Efforts Continue to Provide Safe Roadways
Article By Donna Lynch

CELINA, TX— The City of Celina today announced their ongoing summer effort to repair streets and roads within the city that have been negatively impacted by weather and other determining factors. The following list, provided by the city’s construction engineering team, provides details and maintenance timelines for the streets and neighborhoods that will be impacted as the city works to provide optimal driving surfaces. Including: S. Arizona Drive between W. Elm Street and W. Ash Street from 6/4/2021 to 9/25/2021, W. Ash Street between S. Arizona Drive and S. Colorado Drive from 6/18/2021 to 9/25/2021, S. Illinois Street between W. Elm Street and W. Ash Street from 7/16/2021 to 8/6/2021, Carter Ranch subdivision from 7/9/2021 to 9/10/2021, Creeks of Legacy subdivision from 7/9/2021 to 9/10/2021, High Point subdivision from 7/9/2021 to 9/10/2021, North Preston Lake Estates subdivision from 7/9/2021 to 9/10/2021, and W. Main Street between S. Kentucky Drive and Dead End from 7/30/2021 to 9/30/2021.

Also undergoing maintenance throughout the summer will be several rural roads within the city limits. These include County Roads 52, 83, 86, 90, 101, 127, and 132. Parts of Choate Parkway, Preston Hills Circle, and Glendenning Parkway will also be repaired. A map of these repairs can be viewed at https://bit.ly/3gTTuty.

“Maintaining the best streets and roadways is a top priority for the city,” said City Manager Jason Laumer. “Having excellent streets and roads is one of the most important things we can do in Celina to protect the safety of our residents and guests. As the city works on our repairs, we will continue to communicate with Collin County as they provide repair services to county roads outside the city limits.”

Residents are encouraged to report other roads and street surfaces within the city limits needing repairs by providing pictures and location descriptions through the Celina LifeConnected App on their smart phones or by calling the city at 972-392-2682.

City of Celina Announces Summer Street Repairs
Efforts Continue to Provide Safe Roadways
Article By Donna Lynch

CELINA, TX— The City of Celina today announced their ongoing summer effort to repair streets and roads within the city that have been negatively impacted by weather and other determining factors. The following list, provided by the city’s construction engineering team, provides details and maintenance timelines for the streets and neighborhoods that will be impacted as the city works to provide optimal driving surfaces. Including: S. Arizona Drive between W. Elm Street and W. Ash Street from 6/4/2021 to 9/25/2021, W. Ash Street between S. Arizona Drive and S. Colorado Drive from 6/18/2021 to 9/25/2021, S. Illinois Street between W. Elm Street and W. Ash Street from 7/16/2021 to 8/6/2021, Carter Ranch subdivision from 7/9/2021 to 9/10/2021, Creeks of Legacy subdivision from 7/9/2021 to 9/10/2021, High Point subdivision from 7/9/2021 to 9/10/2021, North Preston Lake Estates subdivision from 7/9/2021 to 9/10/2021, and W. Main Street between S. Kentucky Drive and Dead End from 7/30/2021 to 9/30/2021.

Also undergoing maintenance throughout the summer will be several rural roads within the city limits. These include County Roads 52, 83, 86, 90, 101, 127, and 132. Parts of Choate Parkway, Preston Hills Circle, and Glendenning Parkway will also be repaired. A map of these repairs can be viewed at https://bit.ly/3gTTuty.

“Maintaining the best streets and roadways is a top priority for the city,” said City Manager Jason Laumer. “Having excellent streets and roads is one of the most important things we can do in Celina to protect the safety of our residents and guests. As the city works on our repairs, we will continue to communicate with Collin County as they provide repair services to county roads outside the city limits.”

Residents are encouraged to report other roads and street surfaces within the city limits needing repairs by providing pictures and location descriptions through the Celina LifeConnected App on their smart phones or by calling the city at 972-392-2682.

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https://tx-ture.farm/alpaca-shearing-fest/ March 21st, 8:30am – 2:00pm at 1833 Dr Sanders Rd, Cross Roads TX, It is time for the alpacas annual shearing when they retire their coats for spring. Shearing will take place in the barnyard under the big tent where Mark, the shearer, is prepared to put on an interactive demonstration. Local artisans and food vendors will be on hand to demonstrate and sell their work. Classes for macramé, weaving, cookie decorating, sketching gourd painting and alpaca yoga are also available.
NEED A REASON TO WEAR YOUR COSTUME THIS YEAR? Beware! of the Square Part ll is only 2 weeks away! Are you ready to get outside and have a frightfully fun time? Come to Celina Main Street and Historic Square on Saturday, October 24 for a spooktacular event beginning at 6:00pm. Ghosts, goblins, ghouls & other creatures of the night will be able to enjoy the following for **FREE**: 1) Carnival Rides 2) Themed Music Throughout the Evening 3) Thriller Flash Mob at 8:00pm – Practice now at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iLpVlB-Q_k 4) Photo Ops with Professional Actors/Cosplayers – Keep those cameras handy 5) Free outdoor showing of Ghostbusters (1984 – PG) beginning about 8:30pm - Bring your lawn chairs and blankets 6) CANDY! CANDY!! CANDY!!! CANDY!!!! – You’ll need a bag Also, there will be escape rooms from Haunted Entities / HE Escapes N Stuff with a Haunted Trail ($10 admission per person to support the Celina High School Theater Department) – Get tickets now at https://bit.ly/34bVIMY and avoid the lines. All downtown restaurants will be open, including the bars, so be sure to get there early for a “bite” to eat. The streets will be closed for safety and there’s plenty of space to social distance. Lastly, EVERYONE is encouraged to dress up in a costume (I’m looking at you grown-ups) and don’t forget your Halloween mask! Updates will be posted on the page. The event is open to the public, so all of your friends and family, including those from Transylvania, are welcome to attend. SEE YOU ON THE SQUARE…IF YOU DARE!
WANT TO HAVE A FRIGHTFULLY FUN TIME BEFORE HALLOWEEN? Come to Celina Main Street and Historic Square for “Beware! of the Square, Part II” on Saturday, October 24 beginning at 6:00pm. Ghosts and goblins of all ages can look forward to this **FREE** event that will feature: Carnival Rides Escape Room and Haunted Walk ($10 admission supports Celina High School Theater Dept) Themed Music Thriller Flash Mob Dance at 8:00pm Outdoor Showing of Ghostbusters (1984 – PG) SO. MUCH. CANDY! The downtown streets will be closed for safety and social distancing. Aside from Haunted Entities / HE Escapes N Stuff, the event is entirely outdoors. Local restaurants will be open so be like a vampire and get a bite! Updates will be posted on the event page below. Bring the whole family and friends and a bag for your candy. Lastly, EVERYONE is encouraged to wear a costume and don’t forget your (Halloween) mask! SEE YOU ON THE SQUARE…IF YOU DARE !
Saturday Oct. 26 Polo on the Midway benefitting HOPE Food and Clothing Ministry gates open 3 pm features Horse pulled carriage rides by Majestic Carriage Rides this year! Enjoy carriage rides around the Polo property while sipping complimentary hot chocolate with your carriage ride ticket for only $5 person! $10 admission to polo and bring a Christmas gift donation for entry into the Holiday Party in the Pavilion. Ugly and Most Festive Christmas sweater contest for prizes!
Thank you 380 Guide! So exciting to see our event in print!!! Hope you are able to attend. Fun community event. Costume Contest. Not before 3:00. No critter necessary. But be creative! This contest is tough! All kid costumes get an award or candy.
Hoping you can make it to HopperWeen this year! Saturday. Oct 26. We can talk when I see you!
How about another Mother’s Day Celebration? https://www.facebook.com/events/664964167299197/?ti=icl
Tomorrow’s show rescheduled to April 28 due to weather. Gigi Miller @ Sugar Ridge Winery Sanger April 20, 7-9 pm @ Windsong Ranch Blissfest April 27, 12-1 pm @ Sugar Ridge Winery Ennis April 28 3-5 pm Www.gigimillermusic.com
What a wonderful resource for credible information right here in Denton County! Watch the Denton County Healthy Happenings page each Tuesday for the #TidbitTuesday videos! https://www.facebook.com/dentoncountyfcs/videos/283104812358763/
Feel-Good Concert with Kim-Char & Chelley in Denton on Nov. 4 Singer-Songwriters Kim-Char Meredith & Chelley Seibert share positive and original music, with hearts focused on celebrating our connection with the Divine and with each other. These two dynamic solo performers have joined forces for tour dates around the country, including a concert at First Christian Church of Denton on Sunday, November 4 at 6p (love offering will be taken). Expect an uplifting show with Kim-Char & Chelley to run the gamut, with "hah-hah" moments, "ah-hah" moments and everything in between. This event is sponsored by the Envision Community, a radically inclusive congregation meeting at First Christian Church on Sunday evenings at 5:30pm. For additional information, visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/532112647239080/