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Art Assists Advocates
Original artwork from 15 local artists will be on display, along with a live auction, wine and food at the 6th annual Art Gala for the Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County and Court Appointed Special Advocates of Denton County. The event, hosted by Kim Cloud of Cloud 9 Salon and Spa, Morris Salerno of The Grotto and Eric Spiritas of Kwik Kar, will take place May 7 at 7pm at Cloud 9 in Flower Mound. Admission is free. Call 972-317-4384 or visit www.cloud9salon.com.

Law Program Courts Teens
Teens considering a career in law or who are curious about how the judicial system works have the opportunity to learn firsthand all that goes into a criminal case through the Lewisville/Flower Mound Teen Court program. A volunteer training session will be held in Lewisville on April 30. Students 13 to 17 years old are eligible to volunteer as attorneys, bailiffs, judges, jurors, or check-in clerks.  To register, call Laurie Yonkers at 972-219-3671 by April 22.

Tournament Benefits Booster Clubs
Tee off for the 2011 Argyle Eagle Classic Golf Tournament on April 21 at Bridlewood Golf Club in Flower Mound to benefit both the Argyle High School Athletic Booster Club and the Band Booster Club. Play 18-holes of golf with local celebrities, enjoy a post-tournament awards dinner, live and silent auctions, raffles, and numerous contests, all while supporting Argyle ISD students. Call 940-464-0523 or visit www.argyleband.org to register.

Master Gardeners Open Their Gates
Private residential gardens will be on display in Argyle, Flower Mound and other area towns during the Denton County Master Gardener Association’s annual fundraising garden tour on May 7. The association’s own Denton-based demonstration garden will also be open that day, and the popular Plant Sale and Garden Shoppe will run from 8am until 2pm at Trinity United Methodist Church in Denton. For more information, visit www.dcmga.com.

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