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  • Steve Young 6:21 PM on October 10, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    October 12th, 2014, Lakeview Marina, Eagle Mountain Lake 

    From Ft Worth go north on I35, exit US 287 north, exit W. Bonds Ranch Rd. then left (west) to Bus. 287, turn right on Bus. 287 (north) then left (west) on E. Peden Rd. approx. 6 miles to marina.

    (note: you will have to turn right on FM 1220 then back left on Peden before you reach marina)

  • Steve Young 12:54 PM on October 10, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Cara Young Fish For Life update 

    Check out just a few of the silent auction items we will have for you to bid on this Sunday. My RE/MAX family donated a family game and fun basket and, if there are games or items you already have those could be used for great Christmas gifts! My favorite and one I’ll for sure be bidding on is the food and cooking basket from RE/MAX Associates as well. We also have a really nice basket donated by our friends at Babe’s Chicken…yum. Along with these bid items I’ll be bringing two Dallas Stars tickets valued at $216.00, two $50.00 gift cards to one of my favs…Mac’s Bar and Grill, Apple store gift card and much much more. Below is pics of the family and food baskets.Cooking_food basket Family_game and fun basket

  • Steve Young 9:01 AM on October 10, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Happy Founders Day Burleson TX 

    Founded on this day, October 10th 1881, Burleson began when the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad planned a railroad from Fort Worth to Hillsboro in 1881 and established a depot on the townsite. In it’s first fifty years Burleson was a stable community organized around agriculture and livestock raising. By 1890 it had a population of 200, grocers, druggists, a general store, and several cotton gin-gristmills. Ten years later the community had a newspaper, the Burleson Banner, and an artesian well and waterworks that supplied water to area homes and businesses. In 1899 Burleson shipped 2,000 bales of cotton, eighty cars of wheat and oats, and thirty cars of cottonseed. (courtesy of The Texas State Historical Association)

    The 22nd annual Founders Day, is slated for Saturday, Oct. 11, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. in Old Town Burleson (124 W. Ellison
    St.). Sonny Burgess, a Country Music Association artist winner and Texas Country Music Hall of Fame member will be entertaining the crowd on the City stage with a concert that starts at 4 p.m. in the City parking lot at the corner of Warren Street and Ellison. (Courtesy of City of Burleson)

    Sonny is a huge supporter of Cook Children’s Hospital and the Cara Young Fish for Life, a 510(c)3 Foundation and we appreciate his service to the community and our kids. Speaking of Burleson TX, we also have a Cook Children’s Pediatrics as well!

    Wanted to share a message I received from one of my clients, she beautifully sums up why we do what we do, giving the Lord ALL the thanks, praise and glory…

    Steve, My prayers are with you as you prepare for Cara’s Fish for Life event this weekend. May God grant you much success in this worthy endeavor that honors Cara’s life, proclaims your own life of faith and service, and seeks to help other children have a healthy future.Fish4Life ck9-26-13

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