Making a Difference

Frisco STYLE Magazine is committed to making our community better. Read stories about Frisco volunteers who make this mission happen every day.

All Aboard the Snowball Express

Since September 11, 2001, American military children have grown up drastically differently due to unprecedented levels of deployment and increased reliance on Reserve and...

Buried in Time

If you could have just five more minutes with someone, who would you spend them with? Do you have a family member you miss...

Talking Trash

There is good news and bad news. First, the bad news … Each day, the average Texan throws away nearly six pounds of trash....

A New Kind of Hero

Juicer Heroes, a juicing store originally founded in 2012 in San Antonio, Texas, is now open right here in Frisco. Josh and Jason Taylor,...

A Ministry of Love and Comfort

Donna Smith emerges from her car with an armful of pillows, batting and a cell phone. Pausing as she dials the phone to announce...

Messengers of Faith

Food, shelter and clothing are considered the basic necessities of life, but let us not neglect communication and education, especially in a time where...

Devotion to Local Veterans

If you are like most people, you have grown up hearing about the American Legion. Also, like most, you probably do not have a...

Get in the Game

On the evening of Jan. 12, you could smell the aroma of hot, buttered popcorn as you approached the Field House at Prestonwood Christian...

Roots of Optimism

The oldest tree in Frisco, firmly rooted in history, still reaches its vast branches out toward the surrounding community – emblematic of the shelter,...

Endless Possibilities

Many of the world’s greatest ideas were first captured on a napkin: Southwest Airlines, the Harry Potter book series, Seattle’s iconic Space Needle, etc....

Community Connections

Rick Fletcher

Local Rick Fletcher was named “The Best at Spreading Good News” in the May “Best of Frisco” issue of Frisco STYLE. Mr. Fletcher started the...

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