Last Friday 7/26/19, the Club recognized Firefighter/Paramedic Diego Carrillo III and Officer Daisy Mendoza at the Outstanding Police Officer and Firefighter of the Quarter breakfast, led by Ken Riney. We are grateful for the work they do in our community.
Last Friday 6/7, the Club recognized our first responders at the Outstanding Police Officer and Firefighter of the Quarter breakfast. There, we were able to recognize Senior Corporal Matthew Terry and FRO/Paramedic Dustin Lueders. Also, the club would like to congratulate John Torres (shown holding a plaque for a change) who was recognized by the Dallas […]
Friday Februray 8th, the Club recognized our first responders at the Outstanding Police Officer and Firefighter of the Quarter breakfast. We recognized Driver Engineer Jerry Don Pritchett and Detective Bert Rippy for theirsteadfast dedication to the community.
Last Friday we honored this quarter’s first responders from the Police and Fire Departments. Congratulations go to Lt. Rob Brose and Sr. Cpl. John Arnold. Thank you for your service to our community.
This past Friday at the KayCee Club, we honored this quarter’s first responders from the Police and Fire Departments. We were very humbled this past Friday in honoring some unsung heroes that helped a family of nine including seven children escape a house fire in March. Thank you Jason Williamson, Jason Espay, Weston Donley, and […]
On October 27, 2017, we honored the 3rd quarter’s first responders from the Police and Fire Departments. Driver Engineer Dennis Richter (left in the picture) was presented by Captain Charlie Lopez (right).
Exchange Club of Lake Highlands members paused Friday to present their quarterly awards to first responders who keep citizens of Lake Highlands safe. Firefighter Lorenzo Herrera, who works out of Station 37 at Park Lane and Greenville Avenue, was praised by Chief Michael Meador for his commitment to service. The father of six is “the epitome […]
The Lake Highlands Exchange Club presented their quarterly Police and Firefighter Awards Friday, honoring first responders who risk their lives daily for the safety of Lake Highlands citizens. New Fire Chief Michael Meador, a 17-year veteran working just his third shift in our neighborhood, expressed his excitement about coming to LH and his gratitude for […]