Just say thanks! Think about how often you see police officers patrolling around town. How many times have you stopped to thank them for what they do? After the lives of two New York City police officers were taken recently, a 10-year-old Texas girl was so moved, she decided she wanted to thank as many police officers as she can. This week, Savannah Solis of Tyler, stopped by the Mansfield Police Department with hundreds of colorful and handwritten thank you cards. While she was there, she called other police chiefs in North Texas to thank them for what they do too. She wants to work in law enforcement when she grows up. But whether you do or not, you can still say thanks. To be inspired, visit our 94.9 KLTY Facebook page.
~ Starlene Stringer
These are our Weekend Picks —
Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo continues this weekend. In addition to the rodeo fun, there’s carnival rides food and shopping too! Visit: http://www.fwssr.com/ for more information.
Join Cowboy Chris at the new Neighborhood Walmart in Wiley this Saturday from 12noon - 2pm. He’ll be giving away lots of free 94.9 KLTY prizes.
Planning a wedding can be stressful and time consuming too. The Bridal Show and Wedding Expo helps, by offering venue, music, dress and food options all under one roof. It’s this Saturday and Sunday from 10am - 5pm at Dallas Market Hall. Tickets are $12 dollars for adults, $6 dollars for children. For more information/tickets: http://bridalshowsinc2.reachlocal.net/
Starlene Stringer's Volunteer Opportunity of the Week —
Trinity River Mission If you'd like to help mentor and tutor kids with an organization responsible for reducing the high school dropout rate in West Dallas, this is the organization for you. Become a volunteer at www.TrinityRiverMission.org
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