Friday Night’s Collin County Texas High School Football Scores for Oct. 20 #txhsfb

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#TXHSFB Texas High School Football Scores for Collin County and the Dallas Fort Worth area as compiled by reports from local fire stations, Whataburger, Sonic, twitter, facebook, radio and ham radio reports for Friday, Oct. 20, 2017

#TXHSFB 6A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FRIDAY NIGHT SCORES

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Allen Eagles 45, Denton Guyer 7

Arlington 42, Arlington Bowie 27

Arlington Martin 59, Arlington Houston 21

Byron Nelson 24, Lewisville 14

Cedar Hill 38, Irving Nimitz 7

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Coppell 55, Dallas WT White 14

Dallas Jesuit 38, Richardson JJ Pearce 31

Duncanville 28, South Grand Prairie 14

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Garland Rowlett 45, South Garland 6

Garland Sachse 52, North Garland 8

Grand Prairie 20, Irving MacArthur 12

Keller Central 32, Keller 6

Lake Highlands 38, Richardson 0

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Lewisville Hebron 34, Lewisville Flower Mound 21

Longview 41, North Mesquite 7

Lufkin 50, Beaumont West Brook 7

Mansfield 30, Arlington Lamar 7

McKinney Boyd 38, Plano West 10

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Mesquite Horn 31, Rockwall 30

Southlake Carroll 35, Flower Mound Marcus 21

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Tyler 37, Rockwall Heath 33

Tyler Lee 49, Mesquite 20

Wylie 34, Plano Wildcats 3

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Aledo 52, Eaton 13

Arlington Seguin 30, Cleburne 16

Azle 21, Saginaw 7

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Burleson 31, Burleson Centennial 28

Carrollton Newman Smith 40, Carrollton RL Turner 30

Corsicana 50, Nacogdoches 36

Dallas Bryan Adams 39, Dallas Adamson 14

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Dallas Molina 23, North Dallas 17 (OT:)

Dallas HG Spruce 43, Dallas Kimball 35

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Denison 35, Denton 14

Denton Ryan 53, Sherman 19

Ennis 38, Lindale 0

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Everman 41, Granbury 7

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Frisco Heritage 21, Frisco 14

Frisco Independence 38, Frisco Liberty 27

Frisco Lone Star 45, Frisco Wakeland 14

FW Dunbar 58, FW Carter-Riverside 7

FW South Hills 41, FW Western Hills 10

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Grapevine 37, N. Richland Hills 18

Highland Park 28, Mesquite Poteet 9

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Lake Dallas 24, Lewisville The Colony 14

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Lovejoy 28, Wylie East 21

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Mansfield Lake Ridge 52, Midlothian 7

Mansfield Legacy 39, Waxahachie 34

Mansfield Summit 42, Red Oak 3

Mansfield Timberview 30, Lancaster 28

Marshall 56, Greenville 14

Prosper 43, McKinney North 17

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Saginaw Boswell 70, Justin Northwest 55

Temple 38, Waco 14

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West Mesquite 61, Forney 20

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Anna 35, Quinlan Ford 21

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Argyle 56, Gainesville 13

Aubrey 45, Bonham 31

Celina 42, Nevada Community 10

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Gilmer 49, Gladewater 39

Godley 37, Waxahachie Life 14

Gonzales 17, Columbus 14

Hillsboro 51, Venus 7

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Kaufman 42, Brownsboro 20

Kilgore 45, Henderson 35

Lake Worth 43, Castleberry 26

Melissa Texas 42, Caddo Mills 15

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Midlothian Heritage 38, Alvarado 10

Princeton 21, Paris 16

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Sanger 49, Burkburnett 21

Terrell 38, Athens 0

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Waco Connally 16, Mexia 8

Waco La Vega 20, China Spring 10

Wichita Falls Hirschi 69, Decatur 36

Wills Point 31, Canton 21

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Breckenridge 32, Bowie 6

Daingerfield 41, Hooks 13

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Farmersville 62, Quitman 0

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Gunter 50, Cooper 0

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Jacksboro 38, Nocona 14

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Pottsboro 49, Callisburg 14

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Sunnyvale 52, Dallas Life Oak Cliff 0

Van Alstyne 53, Howe 27

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Whitesboro 21, Pilot Point 12

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Bells 57, Blue Ridge Texas 12

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Crawford 26, San Saba 6

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Hico 42, Valley Mills 6

Italy 39, Itasca 14

Munday 37, Electra 0

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Shiner 28, Weimar 0

Wolfe City 41, Honey Grove 8

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Happy Texas 70, Follett 20

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Argyle Liberty Christian 24, Trinity Christian Addison14

Arlington Grace Prep 49, Kennedale Fellowship 0

Arlington Oakridge 34, John Cooper 29

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Dallas Bishop Dunne 56, Dallas Parish Episcopal 17

Dallas Bishop Lynch 49, Plano John Paul II 0

Dallas Christian 50, Tyler Gorman 13

Dallas Lakehill 59, Tyler Kings Academy 0

Dallas Lutheran 56, Irving Universal 0

Flower Mound Coram Deo 49, Arlington Pantego Christian 20

Fort Worth All Saints 28, Houston St. Pius X 21

FW Calvary 21, Lubbock Trinity 14

Fort Worth Christian 57, Dallas Greenhill 7

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FW Trinity Valley 18, Oklahoma City Casady 0

Houston Kinkaid 35, Episcopal School of Dallas 6

Irving Cistercian 33, Austin St. Andrew’s 9

Plano Prestonwood Academy 38, FW Nolan 13

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Trinity Christian Cedar Hill 48, Carrollton Prince of Peace 0

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Big Sandy Harmony (Gilmer) 42, Como-Pickton 0

FW Brewer 49, FW Chisholm Trail 26

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Frisco Family Services adds five fantastic members to board of directors; each brings skills, talents, heart to serve Frisco

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Frisco Family Services is pleased to announce five new members to its Board of Directors:

Gary Carley, Executive Vice President at North Dallas Bank;

Tyler Clutts, Senior Associate at Rubicon Representation;

Christopher A. Korst, Executive Vice President/Chief Administrative Officer at Rent-A-Center, Inc.;

Lara Salinas, Human Resources Director at Essilor of America, Inc.; and

Christina Tribble, Assistant Vice President, Administration at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Frisco, who joined Frisco Family Services Board of Directors July 1, 2017.

“We’re very excited to welcome these five new members to Frisco Family Services’ Board of Directors,” said Nicole S. Bursey, Frisco Family Services’ Executive Director. “Each of them brings great skills, talents and a real heart to serve our community, which is so beneficial to our organization.”

Frisco Family Services Board Officers are:

Stephen Hadzima, M.D., President (Chief Medical officer at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano);

Karen Cunningham, Immediate Past President (Senior Human Resources Consultant at The Hopkins Group);

John Valker, Vice President Operations and Operations Committee Chair (President/Owner at 360 IT Services);

Dan Manley, business consultant;

Ken Schwartz, Secretary (Senior Counsel at Conifer Health Solutions); and

Andrew Sefzik, Assistant Secretary (Attorney at Strasburger & Price, LLP).

Completing the 2017-2018 Board of Directors, we have

Helen Babbe, Vice President at HH Global;

Molly Bullington, Community Volunteer; and

Robert Chase, Senior Vice President at BB&T Dallas.

Frisco Family Services is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to help members of our communities who are facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency.

Frisco Family Services houses Frisco’s only community Food Pantry, and sells and distributes clothing, furniture, and household items through Frisco Resale.

Frisco Family Services also offers life skill classes, educational assistance and employment support to adult clients, financial assistance for bills, utilities and prescription medications, as well as resource and referral assistance.

Seasonal programs include: The Summer Lunch Program, Back to School Fun Fair, Thanksgiving Meal Program, Holiday Store Program and the Silver Bells Holiday Social and Celebration.

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Feed Frisco: Let’s help Frisco Family Services by donating to the local Food Pantry

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The Frisco Family Services Food Pantry is the most utilized service of the agency distributing over 47,000 pounds a month, serving more than 3,700 individuals. This vital resource allows Frisco and Frisco ISD neighbors and friends use their financial resources on other expenses during their time of crisis.

How can you help?

  • Donate food items to the food pantry. Take the list below of needed items with you to the grocery store to help you choose foods to donate to the food pantry. We cannot accept institutional sized items.
  • If you are interested in hosting a food drive, please contact us 972-335-9495 or email julie@friscocenter.org. Or learn more about our Feed Frisco program.
  • Adopt-a-shelf and commit to keeping a certain item in the Food Pantry stocked. For more information, click here.
  • FFS does have refrigeration and freezers and gladly accepts perishable food items that have been professionally packaged. Due to City Health Inspection, FFS cannot accept expired foods or open containers/packages.

All food pantry donations should be brought directly to the food pantry at 9085 Dogwood (next to Frisco Resale) which is open Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Wed. from 9-6 p.m.

Most needed Food Pantry items for August 2017

Shelf-stable foods:
Cooking Oil
Salad Dressing
Salsa
Spices
Flour (4 – 5 lb. bags)
Meal Helpers (e.g. Hamburger or Tuna Helper)|
Cake, Muffin, and other baking mixes (i.g. Bisquick)
Jell-O
Pancake Syrup
Juice B​oxes
Boxes of Crackers, Snack Items, and Granola/Breakfast Bars
Plain, Unsweetened Oatmeal
Condiments: ​Ketchup, Mayonnaise, Jelly, Relish, etc.

Personal Care Items:
Soap
Shampoo
Conditioner
Toothpaste
Hygiene I​tems
Body Lotion
Other Unopened Skin Care Products

For Babies :
Pull Ups/Diapers (sizes 4 and 5)

For Pets:
Dog food​ – ​3-6 oz. can or 4-12 lb. bag
Cat food​ – ​3-6 oz. can or 4-12 lb. bag

Other Items – Needed in Smaller Containers:
Laundry Detergent
Dishwashing ​Liquid
Household ​C​leaners and Disinfectants
Toilet Bowl Cleaner​

FFS Food Pantry
9085 Dogwood St
Frisco, TX 75033
Phone (972) 335-9495

Our Mission:
Frisco Family Services is a 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-deductible organization that has for 23 years helped members of our communities who are facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency.

Our Core Values:
Integrity: We employ the highest ethical standards, delivering on our mission, with honesty and fairness in every action.

Forward Thinking: We operate with a sense of possibility, perseverance and responsibility, meeting the needs of our communities today, while proactively anticipating and planning the needs of tomorrow.

Excellence: We commit to excellence in all we do.

Servant Leadership: We lead by passionately serving the needs of members of our communities in a compassionate and respectful way.

Diversity: We embrace diversity as fundamental to our culture.

In this section you will find all that you need to know about our people, mission, history and financials. If you want to learn more about our organization, just follow the links for more information. We’d love for you to get to know more about us and to get to know more about you!

Frisco Family Services needs few minutes of your time

Frisco Family Services (FFS) is asking the community to provide input into a confidential Community Needs survey to help us ensure the immediate needs of our service area, Frisco and Frisco ISD, are being met.

For more than 20 years, Frisco Family Services has been helping members of our communities who are facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency.

You are being asked to take a few minutes to share feedback that will help FFS plan for the future, and improve the lives you and others in our community. The survey can be accessed at: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FriscoCommunityAssessment.

This information is crucial as Frisco Family Services starts a long-term strategic planning initiative in 2015 to determine what additional or expanded services are needed to improve the quality of life and/or achieve self-sufficiency for individuals and families in our area. The survey is available through April 30.

Your opinion is important to us. Thank you for taking the time to make a difference!!

Frisco Family Services

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Frisco Family Services adds three directors to board

Frisco Family Services (FFS) recently welcomed three new members to its Board of Directors. Heather Bowers, Principal at Lone Star Benefits; Luke Meldrum, Owner of Maverick Color Labs; and Andrew Sefzik, Associate at Strasburger & Price, LLP join the 17 other FFS Board Members who work tirelessly for the advancement and oversight of Frisco Family Services’ mission of helping members of our communities who are facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency.

Frisco Family Services Director Nicole S. Bursey said: “We’re very excited to welcome Heather, Luke and Andrew to Frisco Family Services’ Board of Directors. Each of them brings great skills, talents and experiences that will be so beneficial to our organization.”

Frisco Family Services Board Officers are: Mike Mullen, President (Sonexus Health, President); Karen Cunningham, President Elect (The Hopkins Group, Senior HR Consultant); Paul Boyd, Vice President – Operations Development (Cloud9B2B, Founder)Ricardo Cordon, Treasurer (Rent-A-Center, Inc., Executive Vice President of Mexico)Keith Wright, Asst. Treasurer (Branch, Banking & Trust, Senior Vice President)Dani Smith, Secretary (Law Office Of Dani Smith, Attorney at Law); and Jennifer Barnes, Assistant Secretary (Community Volunteer).

Riding 4 Meals Run will rev up funds for Frisco Family Services Food Pantry as more people seek meals

Frisco Family Services’ Second-Annual Riding 4 Meals Motorcycle Run returns to town on Sept. 20. Riders will join honorary chair Frisco Mayor Maher Maso, on a beautiful ride on North Texas roads with entertaining stops.

Proceeds from the motorcycle run will raise funds for Frisco Family Services’ Food Pantry, which last year distributed more than 572,000 pounds of food to those in need in the Frisco and Frisco ISD (which includes parts of Little Elm, McKinney and Plano) communities.

Nicole S. Bursey, Frisco Family Services executive director, said., “Even though there are reports that the economy is improving, we’ve seen a 23.5% increase this past year in our food pantry usage. Participating in Riding 4 Meals will help us keep the food pantry stocked so we can meet the needs of families who depend on us.”

The ride will start and end at the Frisco Resale parking lot (9125 Dogwood St., Frisco) with stops along North Texas roads. Along the route, riders will be able to earn more entries into a drawing to win two tickets from Southwest Airlines along with other prizes. At the end of the ride, participants will enjoy great food from area restaurants, live music, games for bikers and non-bikers, a precision skills show and a classic car show.

The cost is $25 per rider and $15 for a passenger and includes participation in the ride, food, festivities, and many opportunities to win prizes. The first 200 to sign up will receive a free Riding 4 Meals patch.

Donation and sponsorship opportunities are available.

For more information on the Riding 4 Meals Motorcycle Run, to register or to become a sponsor, visit www.riding4meals.org or call Kimberly Girard at 972-335-9495.

Frisco Family Services is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization serving the communities of Frisco and Frisco ISD. The mission of Frisco Family Services is to help members of our communities who are facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency. FFS houses the only food pantry in Frisco and offers financial assistance for critical needs such as rent/mortgage, gasoline and utility payments.  FFS sells and distributes clothing, furniture, and household items through Frisco Resale. Special programs include: Summer Lunch Program, Back-To-School Fun Fair, Thanksgiving Food Distribution and FFS Holiday Program. FFS also offers life skills classes, educational assistance and employment support to adult clients.

Rain energizes Mayor’s Golf Classic; funds raised fast for Frisco Family Services’ programs and services

Frisco Family Services board member John Valker takes his shot during the $1 million shoot-out at the 12th Annual Mayor's Golf Classic on June 23 at the Stonebriar Country Club
Frisco Family Services board member John Valker takes his shot during the $1 million shoot-out at the 12th Annual Mayor’s Golf Classic on June 23 at the Stonebriar Country Club

Despite the morning storm, a great day of golf, food and fun was had by golfers of all levels at Frisco Family Services’ 12th-annual Mayor’s Golf Classic at the Stonebriar Country Club Country Club Course on June 23.

The four-person scramble offered participants an array of prizes for the top three teams, longest drive and closest to the pin. First-place winners were Bradley McGraw, Broc Parker, Adrian Avila and Brian Kennedy with a score of 49.4.

Second place went to Logan Stout, Scott Schilling, Scott Unclebach and Scott Boxer with a score of 51.6. Third place winners were Eric Backs, Kristin Grammer, Zane Benson and Jeremy Holland with a score of 51.7.

Broc Parker hit the longest drive of 390 yards, and Colton Hinson won closest to the pin.

New this year to the Mayor’s Golf Classic was the $1 million shoot-out. Frisco Family Services Board Member John Valker was the lucky player whose name was drawn to take the shot trying to make the hole-in-one. Although he missed making the hole-in-one, he did hit a good shot.

Players also had a chance to win a six-month lease on a Tesla for making a hole-in-one on Hole 2 provided by Earth Motor Cars.

Proceeds from the golf tournament help fund FFS’ programs and services which assist more than 3,200 individuals each year.

“We’re so thankful for each player, sponsor and donor who participated in this year’s Mayor’s Golf Classic,” Joni Klarin, director of strategy, said. “Every person is making a difference to help those facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency.”

The Mayor’s Golf Classic would not have been possible without Title Sponsor Baylor Medical Center at Frisco and other premier sponsors Hall Financial Group; Philips Creek Ranch; Blue Star Land; Town & Country Roofing, Inc.; Marek Brothers Systems, Inc.; Community Trust Bank; Bank of the Ozarks; Centennial Medical Center; Cobb, Fendley & Associates; CoServ Electric; Halff Associates; POParella’s Gourmet Popcorn & Treats; and Land Rover Frisco.

Pictures from the event can be viewed at: https://mayorsgolfclassic.shutterfly.com/.

Frisco Family Services is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization serving the communities of Frisco and Frisco ISD. The mission of Frisco Family Services is to help members of our communities who are facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency. FFS houses the only food pantry in Frisco and offers financial assistance for critical needs such as rent/mortgage, gasoline and utility payments.  FFS sells and distributes clothing, furniture, and household items through Frisco Resale. Special programs include: Summer Lunch Program, Back-To-School Fun Fair, Thanksgiving Food Distribution and FFS Holiday Program. FFS also offers life skill classes, educational assistance and employment support to adult clients.

The First Place Team starting with Frisco Mayor Maher Maso, Bradley McGraw, Broc Parker, Adrian Avila and Brian Kennedy
The First Place Team starting with Frisco Mayor Maher Maso, Bradley McGraw, Broc Parker, Adrian Avila and Brian Kennedy

Frisco TX Family Services hosting Mayor’s Golf Classic on June 23

Frisco Family Services hosts the 12th Annual Mayor’s Golf Classic at the Stonebriar Country Club on June 23.
Frisco Family Services hosts the 12th Annual Mayor’s Golf Classic at the Stonebriar Country Club on June 23.

A great day of golf, food and fun awaits golfers of all levels as Frisco Family Services hosts the 12th-annual Mayor’s Golf Classic at the Stonebriar Country Club Country Club Course at 9 a.m. June 23.

Proceeds from the golf classic benefit Frisco Family Service’s programs and services that assist more than 3,200 individuals each year. Even with the recent economic upswing, Frisco Family Services continus to see an increase in demand for its services, which makes the success of the Mayor’s Golf Classic critical.

Sponsorships and player positions are available in the four-person team scramble. In addition to awards and special recognition for the top three teams, there will be prizes for a putting challenge, longest drive and closest to the pin.

There will be multiple opportunities to win prizes for a hole in one, including a brand new Tesla luxury vehicle, and a chance for one lucky golfer to participate in a $1 million shoot-out. Each player will receive a brand-new $200 putter as part of their entry. Breakfast and an awards luncheon are also included.

Baylor Medical Center at Frisco returns this year as the Presenting Sponsor. Baylor’s continued commitment and partnership with FFS demonstrates their dedication to helping those in need or in crisis in the Frisco and Frisco ISD communities. When the hospital first opened its doors in 2002, they immediately began providing financial support for FFS clients, supporting FFS programs by hosting food and toy drives, and providing hot meals once a month for clients.

Kimberly Girard, special events manager, said: “Our partnership with Baylor and others like them in the community provides the support necessary for Frisco Family Services to carry on our mission. Together, we are able to keep food on the table and roofs over the heads of our clients, which has a positive impact on everyone in the community.”

Other premier sponsors for this year’s Mayor’s Golf Classic include Philips Creek Ranch, Community Trust Bank, Land Rover Frisco, Marek Brothers Systems, Town & Country Roofing, Bank of the Ozarks and CoServ Electric.

The Mayor’s Golf Classic also features a raffle. Everyone is encouraged to purchase a ticket for $10 for a chance to win a $500 Stonebriar Centre gift card, a ladies Michael Kors watch (valued at $300) or a $100 gift card to 3 Stacks Smoke & Tap House. Winner need not be present to win.

For more information on the tournament or to purchase raffle tickets visit www.friscofamilyservices.org or call Kimberly Girard at 972-335-9495.

Frisco Family Services is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization serving the communities of Frisco and Frisco ISD. The mission of Frisco Family Services is to help members of our communities who are facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency. FFS houses the only food pantry in Frisco and offers financial assistance for critical needs such as rent/mortgage, gasoline and utility payments.

FFS sells and distributes clothing, furniture, and household items through Frisco Resale. Special programs include: Summer Lunch Program, Back-To-School Fun Fair, Thanksgiving Food Distribution and FFS Holiday Program. FFS also offers life skill classes, educational assistance and employment support to adult clients.

Feast in Frisco under way to support Frisco Family Services

Frisco Family Services is offering Restaurant Week – Feast in Frisco from Aug. 18-24. People are invited to eat at the eight participating restaurants during the week so a portion of the proceeds will go back to Frisco Family Services. Just mention Frisco Family Services for the proceeds to be applied. Frisco Family Services is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization serving the communities of Frisco and Frisco ISD. The mission of Frisco Family Services is to help members of our communities who are facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency. FFS houses the only food pantry in Frisco and offers financial assistance for critical needs such as rent/mortgage, gasoline and utility payments.  FFS sells and distributes clothing, furniture, and household items through Frisco Resale. Special programs include: Summer Lunch Program, Back-To-School Fun Fair, Thanksgiving Food Distribution and FFS Holiday Program. FFS also offers life skill classes, educational assistance and employment support to adult clients.

Frisco Family Services is offering Restaurant Week – Feast in Frisco from Aug. 18-24. People are invited to eat at the eight participating restaurants during the week so a portion of the proceeds will go back to Frisco Family Services. Just mention Frisco Family Services for the proceeds to be applied.

“We’re so grateful for all of the participating restaurants who are giving back to our community,” Melanie Perkins, development director of Frisco Family Services, said. “This is a great way for families to dine out and do good in the community.”

Participating Restaurants:
Estilo Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse (Aug. 10-24) Enjoy authentic gaucho style food with a 3-course prix fixe dinner for $45 per person (drinks, tax and gratuity additional). For every prix fixe meal purchase, Estilo Gaucho will make a $5 donation to FFS. To make a reservation, call 214-618-6150 and request a Frisco Family Services reservation. (8650 SH 121, Frisco, 75034)

Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery (Aug. 18) Enjoy this Celtic-themed sports pub with their famous Irish Nachos, Gaelic Chicken and more. Mention FFS and 20% of sales will go back to FFS. (8320 SH 121, Frisco, 75034)

Rock 101 Grill Little Elm (Aug. 18-24) Have fun in this rock-themed bar and grill. Purchase a $5 Buy 1 Entrée, Get 1 Free Card to be used on your next visit. The entire $5 will benefit FFS. Card must be used within two weeks of purchase date. (2833 Eldorado Pkwy #301, Frisco, 75034)

GattiTown (Aug. 19-22) Eat up the fun! 15% of all buffet and game card purchases will go back to Frisco Family Services when mentioning FFS upon purchase. FFS will also be collecting food items. Everyone who donates a non-perishable food item gets a $3 GattiTown game card (limit one game card per family). (3251 Preston Road #1400, Frisco, 75034)

TruFire Kitchen and Bar (Aug. 20) Savor the Mediterranean-Italian-American cuisine and 15% of all food sales will go back to FFS. (6959 Lebanon Road #114, Frisco, 75034)

Smashburger (Aug. 21) Fill up on delicious burgers and fries at Smashburger. Mention FFS and 10% of all sales will back to FFS. (6959 Lebanon Road #123, Frisco, 75034)

Bonnie Ruth’s Café Trottoir et Patesserie (Aug. 22) Offering award-winning cuisine, a lively atmosphere and house-made desserts made daily, 15% of all sales on Aug. 22 will be donated when mentioning FFS. (6959 Lebanon Road #100, Frisco, 75034)

sweetFrog Premium Frozen Yogurt (Aug. 23) Cool off with some delicious frozen yogurt. Mention FFS and 20% of all sales will be donated. (5105 W. Eldorado Parkway #110, Frisco, 75034)

Frisco Family Services is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization serving the communities of Frisco and Frisco ISD.

The mission of Frisco Family Services is to help members of our communities who are facing hunger, homelessness and other urgent needs improve their quality of life and achieve self-sufficiency. FFS houses the only food pantry in Frisco and offers financial assistance for critical needs such as rent/mortgage, gasoline and utility payments.

 FFS sells and distributes clothing, furniture, and household items through Frisco Resale. Special programs include: Summer Lunch Program, Back-To-School Fun Fair, Thanksgiving Food Distribution and FFS Holiday Program. FFS also offers life skill classes, educational assistance and employment support to adult clients.

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