76 GoodLifeFamilyMag.com NOVEMBER | DECEMBER 2018 INAUGURAL PLANO FAMILIES FIRST FALL FAIR ATTRACTS 5,000 CHILDREN AND ADULTS Nearly5,000childrenandadultsturnedoutfortheinaugural PlanoFamiliesFirstFallFair,presentedbyUnitedHealthcare,toreceivefreeschoolsupplies,healthanddentalscreenings,eyeexams and eyeglasses, flu shots and much more. Free and open to families who reside in Plano or attend Plano schools, the Fair was founded by Mayor Harry LaRosiliere to strengthen Plano families in need. planofamiliesfirst.com HISTORY WITH A TWIST BENEFIT- ING DALLAS HERITAGE VILLAGE Guests at History with a Twist: Sock Hop, a 1950s-style cocktailparty,benefitingDallasHeritageVillagedressed in 1950s chic, from rolled up jeans and leather jackets to poodle skirts and saddle shoes. They enjoyed punch bowl cocktails and danced to popular ‘50s tunes spun by DJ Jennifer Miller. Honorary Chairs Mona and Bill Graue and Event Chair Trey Pugh and his wife Tracey greeted sponsors and guests as they made their way down long tables of silent auction items. History with a Twist raises important proceeds to support learning opportunities at Dallas HeritageVillage. dallasheritagevillage.org Photo Credit: Lisa Stewart Steve Enda (Chairman of the Board, DHV), Melissa Prycer (President and Exec. Director, Dallas HeritageVillage), Trey Pugh (Event Chair), Mona and Bill Graue (Honorary Event Chairs) Good Times for a Good Cause Dennis Ellis, UnitedHealthcare of NorthTexas;Will Smayda, Bank of America; Plano ISD Superintendent Sara Bonser; Dayni Alba, Boeing Global Engagement,Texas; Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere; and Jeremiah Radandt, ExecutiveV.P., Northern Market, Children’s Health Over 1,500 jars of peanut butter were given out to families as part of the Plano Peanut Butter Drive, which was led by the mayor in partnership with the NorthTexas Food Bank. Steve Hebert, Caitlin Hebert, Renee Contreras, Jose Nino ST. ANDREW“LOOKS FORWARD”WITH GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY A groundbreaking ceremony launched Phase 2 of St. Andrew United Methodist Church’s $16.5 million ChurchOne capital campaign. Construction begins immediately to build a dedicated missions area forThe Storehouse of Collin County as well as pro- vide improvements to the Children’s and Students’Ministries.The Storehouse of Collin County is the umbrella of services providing assistance to residents of Collin County in need and includes the Seven Loaves Food Pantry, Joseph’s Coat Clothing Closet and Project Hope, a mentoring program supporting women in crisis. standrewumc.org thestorehousecc.org Bill Jordan,Tom Juhn, Drake Goolsby, Melanie Goolsby, (front) Stella Goolsby, Charlotte Goolsby, Forrest Pool, Ash- ley Loftin, Ben Loftin, Brooks Chapman, Senior Pastor Robert Hasley, Senior Assoc. Pastor Arthur Jones, Candace Winslow, Assoc. Pastor Jennifer Powell, Daniel Martens (participated in St. Andrew’s first groundbreaking in 1990 as a child and now serves on building committee),Travis Martens, Cole Martens, Erin Martens goodTIMES