Tag: Dec-16

Serving and Protecting

It was a Saturday at Walmart, and the store was jam-packed with people, a panorama of glistening chrome carts, never far from collision, in a surreal bumper car-like setting. Children were running and shrieking, and people were forcefully pushing their way through crowds with...

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, peace and connectedness of our community in spite of today’s frenetic life. Frisco’s people, also rooted in the history of...

A Slice of Heaven

My husband Zach and I have long said that there is something special about a dish made by someone you love. The same goes for my Nana’s pecan pie that my family has shared for years during Thanksgiving and Christmas gatherings. It is a...

A Showcase of Seasonal Scenery

It was a typical, warm “fall” day in Texas when we boarded our plane for a long weekend vacation. As a seriously committed fan of autumn and everything that comes with it, the temperatures at home were far too high for me to feel...

Citizen Soldier

Steven L. Turner grew up in Van Buren, Ind., a small farming town of less than 1,000 people, just south of Fort Wayne. From early on, this somewhat precocious young man started down a path not typical of many young kids. At the early...

Coordinating, Collaborating and Connecting

Over the past two decades, it is safe to say that Frisco has experienced an amazing amount of growth, prosperity and innovation. While innovation is often portrayed as generic researchers in crisp, white lab coats, by slick tech entrepreneurs with fancy gadgets or as...

That’s What Christmas Means to Me

By now, I am sure that your family members have hung their stockings above the fireplace. There is probably tinsel covering every inch of your home and beautifully-wrapped presents fill the space beneath the Christmas tree. Most likely, your favorite Christmas ornament is front...

Family Matters

Sometimes, when it comes to family issues, answers and decisions end up as clear as mud. Parents try to do everything in their power to help keep a positive balance in all things for their children, their relationships and the overall family structure, but...

December 2016

Be sure you check out our guide to hosting a great New Year’s Eve bash! The December issue includes information about family counseling, an overview of a winter vacation destination and the impactful story of a local veteran.

Community Connections

Frisco Eye Associates

Frisco Eye Associates, started by Dr. Jeff Thomas and Dr. Coly Marsh, in 1997, was recognized with the Leadership and Vision Best of Business...

Frisco Style Magazine Library