Local Briefs

Partner with the Y
Giving to the Cross Timbers YMCA enables those less fortunate in our area to enjoy camping, membership, teen and leadership programs, outreach programs, youth sports, cancer survivor and other special needs programs. Call 972-539-9622 or www.crosstimbersymca.org.

Saddle Up for Disabled
Stable Strides Farm, a therapeutic horseback riding facility for people with disabilities, is hosting their 1st Horse-A-Thon at Bridlewood Stable and Equestrian Center on March 24. Pledge money for each lap completed by students riding around the arena. All donations are tax deductible. Call 940-595-3600 or www.stablestridesfarm.org.

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 14. Students 13 to 17 years old are eligible to volunteer as attorneys, bailiffs, judges, jurors, or check-in clerks.  Register at 972-219-3671 by April 12.

Hop To It!
The Double Oak Women’s Club annual Pancake breakfast and Easter egg hunt will be held March 31 at Double Oak Town Hall.  Breakfast will be served between 9 and 11am and the Easter egg hunt starts at 10. Donations of plastic eggs and wrapped candy are needed. Contact Patil Minassian for information at 940-783-4220. 

Seniors Seeking Sponsors
SIM Auxiliary Inc., the nonprofit supporting Flower Mound’s Seniors in Motion program, is seeking sponsors for its second annual Casino Night fundraiser on April 21 at Pinewood Hills senior living in Flower Mound. Proceeds will be used to fulfill needs at the Shirley Voirin Social Senior Center. Visit www.flowermoundseniors.org or contact Mary Kay Walker at 214-417-8939.

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