Walter Sorensen, head of the school, says they’ve had a “drastic need” for the new building for years.
The fact that God freelances outside our sanctuaries is good news for the Good News crowd.
“There are so many thousands of principals who could’ve gotten this award,” she says. “I know I’m not any better than they are.”
A well-known ukulele player. One half of the Dukes of Hazard duo. And a Lexus car up for grabs.
They are people who know that there are pet owners out there who will accessorize Whiskers with a $75 bejeweled collar. Commission a $1,800 painting of Tiny the Rottweiler.
What sets this boutique apart from others is that it seems to suffer from something of an identity crisis, but in a good way.
Suburban Frisco is in a quandary. Some residents and city officials are trying to figure out a way to discourage developers from building ugly…
Its good food and equally good prices have made it a neighborhood favorite for years.
“People walk by and are really happy to see it. It’s been a really positive thing.”