Neighborhood news & notes


Art curators Leila Grothe and Cynthia Mulcahy won a $4,000 Idea Fund grant for a community project in Oak Cliff. They plan to host a square dance and potluck at the Trinity River Audubon Center this spring.

Walter Johnson, director of students, and Allie Meyers, art teacher, both at Bishop Dunne Catholic School, received the December Work of Heart award from The Catholic Foundation. The awards were selected from nominations, based on criteria including tenure, leadership, charity, mentoring and being a Christian example. For details, call 972.661.9792 or visit


The Well, a faith-based nonprofit in Oak Cliff, hosts Saturday Night Life 3-8 p.m. each week when community volunteers can lead worship teams and help provide dinner for participants. For details about how to get involved, visit

By |2011-01-27T14:55:16-05:00January 27th, 2011|News and Notes|Comments Off on Neighborhood news & notes

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