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Stevens Park Golf Course is set to reopen Oct. 10. Arlington-based Colligan Golf Design reconfigured the course to provide better views of the Dallas skyline and slow erosion at Coombs Creek. The $8 million updates were paid for with 2003 and 2006 bond money.

Oak Cliff Women in Business meets Thursday, Oct. 20, at Bishop Arts Theater Center, 215 S. Tyler. Teresa Coleman Wash of TeCo Theatrical Productions Inc. hosts. The networking meeting is free and open to everyone. Bring lots of business cards and RSVP to heidi@kesslersimplesolutions.com.

Three churches that share one building on West Colorado, Promise Metropolitan Community Church, Sanctuary of Love Church and Loving Faith Covenant Church, teamed up with Men of Essence to buy school supplies for kids at Stevens Park Elementary School. They filled some 325 backpacks with school supplies so every student at Stevens Park had what they needed to start school.

Mayor Mike Rawlings appointed District 1 City Councilman Delia Jasso to a second term on the Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau Board.

The students and mentors in La Reunion TX Art Chicas/Chicos program will spend every weekend in October working on art projects. They present their work in an exhibit from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29 at the La Reunion TX acreage, on Jefferson Boulevard near Cockrell Hill Road.


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