Collin County Texas High School Football Friday Night Scores #txhsfb Week 4 Sept. 22 2017

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6A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES

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Garland Lakeview Centennial 35, Frisco Centennial 16

Garland Sachse 35, Copperas Cove 7

Keller Timber Creek 37, Denton 7

Rockwall 48, Tyler 7

Rockwall Heath 24, Tyler Lee 14


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5A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES

Frisco Independence 62, North Garland 36

Frisco Reedy 49, Princeton 21

Frisco Wakeland 49, Dallas Woodrow Wilson 23

Greenville 14, Seagoville 8

Highland Park 50, Lucas Lovejoy 7

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North Forney 70, Wylie East 65

West Mesquite 41, Royse City 3

Whitehouse 28, Sulphur Springs 6

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4A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES

Anna 35, Bonham 28

Argyle 56, Abilene Wylie 7

Bullard 44, Commerce 24

Celina 51, Fort Worth YMLA 12

Kaufman 42, Denton Braswell 18

Melissa 55, Whitesboro 32

Quinlan Ford 28, Howe 0

Sanger 37, Bridgeport 35

Texarkana Pleasant Grove 43, Frisco 13

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3A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES

Farmersville 40, Caddo Mills 36

Gunter 43, Pilot Point 11

Pottsboro 14, Paris North Lamar 11

Sunnyvale 44, Palmer 14

Van Alstyne 49, Nevada Community 27

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2A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES

Muenster 57, McKinney Christian 6

Quinlan Boles 13, Blue Ridge 6

Wolfe City 14, Detroit 6

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TEXAS PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES

Dallas Christian 41, Dallas Gateway 0

Dallas Episcopal 21, Houston St. John’s 13

Dallas Greenhill 31, FW Country Day 7

Dallas Lutheran 64, Lucas Christian 21

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Dallas Shelton 28, Colleyville Covenant 23

Denton Calvary 52, Savoy 32

Granbury North Central 58, Rockwall Heritage 36

Sherman Texoma 48, Irving The Highlands 34

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McKinney Oktoberfest under way Sept. 22-24

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FRIDAY’S EVENTS
FREITAG AT MCKINNEY OKTOBERFEST

4-11 p.m. – Marktplatz, Kinder Korner, and Carnival
6:30-8 p.m. – Chett Warzusen and Greg Klugiewicz – Strolling Accordion Musicians
8:30 p.m. – Texas’ Largest Chicken Dance!
The Bavarian Experience Stage 4 p.m. – The Ticket Live Radio Remote
7 p.m. – Meet the Brewmaster – Franconia Brewery
8:30–10:45 p.m. – Live Music

THE GEMUETLICHKEIT GAMES

(Goodwill Games)
6-8 p.m. – Bier Stein Races
8-10 p.m. – Giant Bier Pong

ALPINE STAGE
5 p.m. – Alpine Village Band
6:30 p.m. – Alpine Village Band
7:30 p.m. – Texanischer Schuhplattler Verein
8 p.m. – Alpine Village Band
9 p.m. – STV Almrausch
9:30 p.m. – Alpine Village Band

STV ALMRAUSCH PROST STAGE

5 p.m. – The Royal Klobasneks
6 p.m. – Opening Ceremony, Parade and Keg Tapping – Prost!
6:30 p.m. – The Royal Klobasneks
7:30 p.m. – STV Almrausch
8 p.m. – Brave Combo
9:30 p.m. – Brave Combo

SATURDAY’S EVENTS
SAMSTAG AT MCKINNEY OKTOBERFEST

10 a.m. -11 p.m. – Marktplatz, Kinder Korner and Carnival
2-7:30 p.m. – Chett Warzusen and Greg Klugiewicz – strolling accordion musicians
8:30 p.m. – Texas’ Largest Chicken Dance!

THE BAVARIAN EXPERIENCE STAGE
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. – German arts & crafts! Lebkuchenherzen (Gingerbread Hearts)
2:30 p.m. – Live Music by The Guitar Sanctuary
4 p.m. – Meet the Brewmaster – Tupps Brewery
5:30 p.m. – Registration open for the Hofbrau Stein Holding Competition
5:45 p.m. – Polka dance lessons
6:30 p.m. – Hofbrau Stein Holding Competition
7:30 – 10:45 p.m. – The David Casper Band

THE GEMUETLICHKEIT GAMES
(Goodwill Games)
11 a.m. – Weenie Dog Race Registration Opens
12-5 p.m. – Weenie Dog Races
6-10 p.m. – Giant Bier Pong

ALPINE STAGE
11:30 a.m. – The Royal Klobasneks
12:30 p.m. – Texanischer Schuhplattler Verein
1 p.m. – The Royal Klobasneks
2 p.m. – STV Almrausch
2:30 p.m. – The Royal Klobasneks
3:30 p.m. – Alpine Dancers (Children)
4 p.m. – Alpine Dancers (Adult)
4:30 p.m. – Alpine Village Band
6 p.m. – Alpine Village Band
7:30 p.m. – Alpenmusikanten
9 p.m. – Alpenmusikanten

STV ALMRAUSCH PROST STAGE
11 a.m. – Oktoberfest Cheers Ceremony
11:30 a.m. – Czech and Then Some
12:30 – STV Almrausch
1 p.m. – Czech and Then Some
2 p.m. – Alpine Dancers (Children)
2:30 p.m. – Alpine Dancers (Adult)
3 p.m. – Czech and Then Some
4:30 p.m. – Czech and Then Some
6 p.m. – Texanischer Schuhplattler Verein
6:30 p.m. – Czech and Then Some
8 p.m. – Brave Combo
9:30 p.m. – Brave Combo

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Civic club spotlight: Ready to be of service? Consider McKinney Rotary

How did the Rotary Four-Way Test begin?

R.D. Foster will be the McKinney Rotary guest speaker at noon Friday.

McKinney Rotary 2017 schedule

RD Foster – Sept. 15, 2017

Highly decorated Veteran – Marine Corps

New Member Classification – OKTOBERFEST

Sept. 22, 2017
Meet at Sheraton

Tiffany Savage

Sept. 29, 2017

Belle & Sparrows

Stella Stevens

Oct 6, 2017
Students of the Month – MBHS / RYLA / New Member Classification

Patricia Ramos

Oct 13, 2017
McKinney JROTC Cadets

Lindsay Langton – Oct. 20, 2017

Open Horizons Day Hab

Jeff Blackard Oct. 27, 2017

Neo-Retroism – Development Of a Village

Stella Stevens Nov. 3, 2017

Student of the Month – MNHS / New Member Classification

Joslin DSouza – Elizabeth Johnston – Nov. 10, 2017

King of the Nations Nativity Concert Performance – benefitting Habitat for Humanity

Student of the Month – Dec. 1, 2017

MNHS / New Member Classification

Jim Malatich Jan. 19, 2018

Hope’s Door

Dr. Albert Tezeno – Jan. 26, 2018

Collin College

Eppy Thern Feb. 2, 2018

Shiloh Place

Darrell Auterson

Feb 9, 2018

MEDC – New Development in McKinney

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McKinney Community Development Corporation Awards $6.7 million in grant funding

McKinney Community Development Corporation Awards $6.7 million in grant funding

Did you know? 2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the McKinney Community Development Corporation (MCDC). In the last 20 years, MCDC has awarded grant funds totaling $124,177,931.00 to a broad range of organizations, from the Parks and Recreation department to city community, recreational, convention and tourist facilities and community service organizations that enhance quality of life in our city through projects and events that support business development and tourism and showcase our city. This year, MCDC has announced grant awards totaling $6.7 million for initiatives and activities.

Following submission of the grant applications, MCDC board members reviewed the requests for funding and heard presentations from each of the applicants describing the impact of their proposed programs on the local community.

MCDC board chair Kurt Kuehn said: “Local shopping and dining enables MCDC to make a direct impact in the community. The one-half cent sales tax generated from local shopping and dining is allocated to the MCDC and is awarded to project and promotional grants that enhance quality of life and support tourism and business development in McKinney.”

Listed are Project Grants awarded by McKinney Community Development Corporation during the 2015—16 fiscal year, totaling $6.6 million:

  • Pecan Grove Cemetery – Road resurfacing and construction. Funding Amount: $127,698
  • Heard Natural Science Museum – Exhibit building modifications, electrical and equipment requirements for Magic Planet. Funding Amount: $50,000
  • Armed Services Memorial Board – Gold Star Families monument site work and installation at Veteran’s Memorial Park. Funding Amount: $145,000
  • Heritage Guild of Collin County
  • Bevel House, Chapel and Pavilion repairs and upgrades. Funding Amount: $62,000
  • Dulaney Cottage improvements. Funding Amount: $50,000
  • Dulaney House improvements. Funding Amount: $175,000
  • Heard Natural Science Museum – Dinosaurs Live exhibit equipment, infrastructure improvements and construction. Funding Amount: $50,000
  • McKinney Rotary Foundation – All-abilities playground located at Bonnie Wenk Park. Funding Amount: $200,000
  • Collin County Historical Society and Museum – Equipment to facilitate self-guided tours. Funding Amount: $6,968.20
  • North Collin County Habitat for Humanity – Land acquisition, surveys, lot preparation and exterior house repairs through the neighborhood revitalization program. Funding Amount: $251,000
  • Frisco ISD Neighborhood Park adjacent to Scott Elementary. Funding Amount: $500,000
  • McKinney Community Center – Upgrades for ADA Compliance. Funding Amount: $470,000
  • Gabe Nesbitt Community Park – Parking and road improvements adjacent to the Apex Centre. Funding Amount: $1,500,000
  • The Courts at McKinney – Expansion of tennis facility. Funding Amount: $3,000,000
  • Parks Master Plan Update. Funding Amount: $30,000

Promotional and Community Grants awarded by McKinney Community Development Corporation during the 2015—16 fiscal year, totaling $100,000:

  • 3e McKinney – Run for Cover – 1k walk; 5 and 10k runs. Funding Amount: $3,000
  • Crape Myrtle Trails of McKinney – Crape Myrtle Trails of McKinney Fun Run and Festival. Funding Amount: $3,000
  • Embrace Waiting Children – Fairways for Families Golf Marathon and 5k. Funding Amount: $2,000
  • Heard Natural Science Museum – Texas Heritage Festival. Funding Amount: $2,500
  • Heritage Guild of Collin County – 2016 Historic McKinney Farmers Market and 2016 Killis Melton Ice Cream Crank-off. Funding Amount: $6,500
  • Kiwanis Club of McKinney – Historic McKinney Triathlon. Funding Amount: $3,000
  • ManeGait Therapeutic Horsemanship – Gaitapalooza. Funding Amount: $4,000
  • McKinney Main Street – Arts in Bloom. Funding Amount: $12,000
  • Smiles Charity – Smiles Charity Concert. Funding Amount: $5,000
  • The WERX Foundation, Inc. – Start-up Local Competition; Innovate McKinney; Innovate Her Competition; Hot Tech Chili Cook-off. Funding Amount: $9,000
  • Holy Family School – Believe Run McKinney 5k, 10k and 1-mile fun run. Funding Amount: $5,500
  • St. Peter’s Episcopal and Community Lifeline Center – Empty Bowls 2017. Funding Amount: $7,500
  • Especially Needed – Fall Carnival and Resource Fair. Funding Amount: $7,000
  • McKinney Main Street – Oktoberfest. Funding Amount: $15,000
  • Arts and Music Guild – McKinney Art Studio Tour. Funding Amount: $5,000
  • North Collin County Habitat for Humanity – ReStore Monster Mash Birthday Bash. Funding Amount: $4,000
  • McKinney Rotary Club Foundation – Parade of Lights. Funding Amount: $6,000

To learn more about any of the project or promotional and community event grants, visit the McKinney Community Development Corporation website. Additionally, email Cindy Schneible, to request a copy of guidelines and application forms.

McKinney Community Development Corporation is an organization with a mission to promote and preserve quality of life in McKinney, TX. The corporation was established in 1996 when voters approved a one-half cent sales tax to be used to support community and economic development projects that enhance quality of life in McKinney. For more information about MCDC, please visit the McKinney Community Development Corporation website.

McKinney, Texas, is unique by nature:  As one of the fastest growing cities in America, McKinney has a current population of more than 162,000. The city was #1 on the list of Best Places to Live in America in 2014, published by Money Magazine. Established in 1848, the city is located 30 miles north of Dallas and is the county seat of Collin County. McKinney offers award-winning schools, a vibrant historic downtown, diverse housing options, a robust economy and a uniquely beautiful natural setting, with rolling hills and lush trees.

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