On Halloween night, I just wanted to share this photo with our readers of Sanayah Orr, Kyla Phillips, and Hannah Adams…from last Friday’s Halloween costume parade at The Kessler School.
Look for more photos of those adorable Kessler kids all costumed out in this week’s Oak Cliff People.
According to Dells District resident Gay Revi, 74 percent of her neighborhood speaks Spanish. All the more reason for the neighborhood association, in partnership with the Dallas Police Department, to host an informational event for the Hispanic community.
The event, dubbed “Unidos,” will be held on Nov. 8 at the Weiss Recreation Center (3400 West Clarendon Dr.). Speakers include immigration attorney Byron Thomas, WIC program official Elizabeth Sanchez, and Ana and Albert Gonzalez of Gonzalez Funeral Homes.
For more information, contact DPD Sgt. Gil Cerda at 214-671-0061.
If you have an ever-growing pile of items bound for Goodwill (and rest assured, mine’s probably big enough to be a fire hazard), know that the Kessler School is offering an easy chance for a drop-off this week. From 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, they’ll have a temporary Goodwill donation station — with an attendant, tax forms, and everything — on campus.
Just a heads-up.
October 31, 2011