This past Friday 2/28/20 the ECLH heard from two new food and beverage establishments. Craig Bradley the co-owner of Vector Brewing, already known for their brewing, will be expanding its operations in early April. The 7000 square foot location with 2300 square foot patio is located on SE corner of Walnut Hill and Audelia. In addition to its unique mixed culture […]
This past week our club held its monthly Thursday night meeting at the Lake Highlands High School Library. The club received an update on the LHHS expansion project from HKS Architects representative Wayne Reynaud. The featured part of the project is the Hub which will connect the formally termed “freshman building” with the rest of the campus. The […]
Last Friday 4/10 at our annual Scholarship Breakfast we presented over $153,000 in scholarships to 53 deserving Lake Highlands students. The breakfast was inspirational and a great example of how our club gives back to the community. Thank you to those who attended in honor and support of these outstanding young adults. Also, a special thanks to the scholarship committee members […]
Sept. 7, we were honored to have RISD Superintendent, Dr. Jeannie Stone, and RISD Board President, Justin Bono, explain and discuss the upcoming Tax Ratification Election (TRE 2018). To better educate yourself, please attend an upcoming public meeting: Sept. 12, 7:00PM – Lake Highlands HS – “H” Auditorium Sept. 17, 7:00PM – Richardson HS – […]
This past week we enjoyed a presentation by Jill Goad, Executive Director of Feed Lake Highlands. FLH is an outreach ministry of Lake Highlands United Methodist Church seeking to feed the body, mind, and spirit of Lake Highlands residents living on fixed, limited, and low incomes. Jill spoke about the history, mission, and operations of Feed […]
Our meeting found a “back to school” crowd receiving an update of our federal legislature from US Representative Jeb Hensarling of Texas’ 5th District. Congressman Hensarling has made it a tradition to brief the club on DC politics once per year. As a former club member and Dallas resident, Hensarling has also participated annually in Lake Highlands’ 4th of July Parade, run […]
Thanks to David Kent of High Adventure Treks for coming to speak to us last Friday. HATS uses outdoor adventure to bring Dads & Daughters and Dads & Sons together, strengthening one-on-one relationships, to establish a foundation of communication and leadership skills, instilling self-confidence to successfully navigate the future. For more information, go to their website.
Special thanks to Joli Robinson for speaking to us about thePolice Athletic League. PAL is a youth crime prevention program that utilizes educational, athletic and recreational activities to create trust and understanding between police officers and youth. For more information, visit their website.