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Catch the Weekend Buzz! 05/12/2017-05/14/2017

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We’ve compiled a list of activities for easy viewing. If you would like to add an event in future editions, please send it to editor@frisco-online.com. Refer to Frisco-Online.com’s event calendar for more details on the following and activities not listed here.     Weekend Events Spring and Summer Safety Event Fri & Sat 12:00pm-8:00pm Frisco Fire Safety Town Young Chefs …

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Lifelong Runner and Mustang Creek Estates of Frisco Memory Care Resident Helped Staff Member Train for Dallas Cowboys 5k

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FRISCO, Texas May 5, 2017 – For 69-year-old Jerry Crumpler, running has always been a part of his life; something he was naturally gifted at. He’s had the running bug since middle school gym class, and in 1975 began competing in races – anything from 5k’s to 50 miles – all across the United States, including running from the country’s …

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Catch the Weekend Buzz! 05/05/2017-05/07/2017

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We’ve compiled a list of activities for easy viewing. If you would like to add an event in future editions, please send it to editor@frisco-online.com. Refer to Frisco-Online.com’s event calendar for more details on the following and activities not listed here.     Weekend Events Irrigation Station Fri 10:00am-12:00pm Public Works Training Room Bill & Gloria Gaither-Texas Homecoming Two-Day Music …

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Dirk Nowitzki’s 2017 Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game  Presented By Baylorscott&White Medical Center – Frisco

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Benefiting the children’s charities of the Dirk Nowitzki Foundation and Heroes Foundation Saturday, June 24, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. Dr Pepper Ballpark 7300 RoughRiders Trl, Frisco, TX 75034 4:30 p.m. – The Heroes Special Olympics All-Star Softball Game 6:30 p.m. – DIRK NOWITZKI’S 2017 HEROES CELEBRITY BASEBALL GAME and FIREWORKS FINALE presented by BaylorScott&White Medical Center – Frisco Home run! …

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Honor Mom this Mother’s Day with a Gift That Truly ‘HELPS’ HELPS International Offers Gifts of Empowerment to Guatemalan Women

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ADDISON, Texas (May 1, 2017) – This Mother’s Day, Dallas nonprofit HELPS International is asking people to celebrate the women who shaped them by donating a tax-deductible, life-changing gift designed to empower the women of Guatemala. The HELPS100 Campaign was created to help 100 Guatemalan women obtain fuel-efficient cook stoves and high-quality water filters. “This campaign to celebrate and empower women is …

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2nd ANNUAL FRISCO COLLEGE BASEBALL CLASSIC FIELD ANNOUNCED

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Frisco, TX – Peak Sports MGMT is proud to announce the Frisco College Baseball Classic presented by Baylor Scott & White Sports Therapy & Research at the STAR will be back in Frisco March 2-4, 2018.  The Frisco College Baseball Classic continues to aim its sights on being the finest collegiate baseball tournament outside of the College World Series in …

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Catch the Weekend Buzz! 04/28/2017-04/30/2017

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We’ve compiled a list of activities for easy viewing. If you would like to add an event in future editions, please send it to editor@frisco-online.com. Refer to Frisco-Online.com’s event calendar for more details on the following and activities not listed here.     Weekend Events Dallas Cowboys NFL Draft Day Parties Fri & Sat  5:00pm Ford Center at The Star …

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Frisco To Celebrate Opening Of Cottonwood Creek Greenbelt  With Butterfly Release On ‘Earth Day’, Saturday, April 22

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(April 21, 2017) Frisco celebrates Earth Day this Saturday, April 22, by dedicating a greenbelt featuring trails, wetlands and ponds – plus platforms for fishing and viewing wildlife.  A brief ceremony marking the ‘official’ grand opening of Cottonwood Creek Greenbelt starts at 10 a.m. and includes a butterfly release.  The ceremony will take place near a greenbelt entrance at 3925 …

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Lifelong Runner and Mustang Creek Estates of Frisco Memory Care Resident to Help Staff Member Train for Dallas Cowboys 5k

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FRISCO, Texas April 20, 2017 – For 69-year-old Jerry Crumpler, running has always been a part of his life; something he was naturally gifted at. He’s had the running bug since middle school gym class, and in 1975 began competing in races – anything from 5k’s to 50 miles – all across the United States, including running from the country’s …