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Summer Vacation Bible Schools

While looking for things for the kids to do this summer, don’t forget about vacation Bible school. Many of these churches also have camps for the older kids. Just take a look at their website to find out more. Argyle

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Shrimp and Grits Charleston Style

This recipe was submitted by Lantana’s own Jim Bridges. His wife, a low country native of Charleston, SC, brought this recipe with her into the marriage and Jim loves to make it on special (and even not-so-special) occasions. Ingredients •

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Finding Wide Open Spaces for Sale

by Susan Neuhalfen It’s almost impossible to move to Texas and not think about the idea of owning land. With Texas’ wide variety of landscapes, it’s hard to know which is best suited to your needs or where to start

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New NCAA Legislation Could Impact Local Football Scene

By Steve Gamel The high school and college recruiting scene has been buzzing lately following the adoption of a new piece of NCAA legislation that makes it difficult for high school coaches looking to make the jump to the college

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Football: Guyer Heads into Summer with No Worries

by Steve Gamel No Noah Cain. No Problem. That’s the mentality Guyer coach John Walsh had entering spring football practices. For the first time in recent memory, the Wildcats were hit harder than usual with key losses at running back

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Lantana Resident Walks the Runway

Lantana’s own Sadie Keller was a model for this year’s Children’s Cancer Fund Gala at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas which raised nearly $1 million dollars for pediatric oncology research and treatment programs. Celebrity models included Dak Prescott, Troy Aikman,

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Southern Comfort: 10 Years Strong and Here to Stay

by Steve Gamel We know what you’re thinking: look, the great folks at Southern Comfort Mechanical are on the cover of Lantana Living again. Haven’t we heard this story before? Yes, a few times. But with every chapter comes a

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All Under One Roof

Your home is oftentimes your family’s biggest asset and your roof is your first line of defense in protecting this investment. When a disaster strikes and your home is damaged it can be difficult to determine the best plan of

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The Happy Hour Facial Bar

by Susan Neuhalfen Mod Facial Bar owner and Lantana resident Sandy Nelles came up with the concept for her new business through her years as an esthetician, working on clients in quiet, dark rooms. I got depressed being in a

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Living a Life of Impact

by Susan Neuhalfen The voices of angels filled Bridgeway Church for two days as their annual women’s connection weekend took place on April 7-8. The theme this year was “Conversations with God.” The weekend was designed for busy women and

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