Tag: Nov-19

Giving Hands and Grateful Hearts

Most anyone will tell you that November and December are two of the most magical months of the year – months that bring out the very best in individuals, community and humanity. Whether or not families celebrate Thanksgiving or Christmas, the spirit of the...

Newfound Independence

The transition into adulthood can be a difficult one, even for those who are seemingly well-prepared and capable both mentally and emotionally of tackling life’s daily challenges. However, for young adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or who have been diagnosed with other neurodiversities,...

A Needle in the Haystack

By now, anyone who lives or works in Frisco has probably cranked their neck in traffic on Main Street and noticed that the previous location of Manny’s Tex-Mex has been being renovated into something totally new. Neutral tones, white painted brick and a more...

Just Blowing Smoke?

In the last handful of years, we have seen vape pens and e-cigarettes become the new “thing,” almost rabidly fast. Most concerning to some is the fact that vaping has drawn in a young demographic, sometimes as young as middle school students. Despite all...

There’s a Storm Brewing

For five years, Kelly DeLay’s head was in the clouds, but not in the distracted way one might assume. In fact, the longtime Frisco resident and multimedia artist was extremely focused when he set out each day, beginning in 2009 through 2014, to photograph...

To Never Forget

Politics aside, and excluding those with military experience, most would agree that patriotism has taken a nosedive during the last decade. Compared to decades of past generations, these last 10 years have been relatively peaceful and prosperous, so the old adage “you do not...

Walk by Faith

By the time we get this parenting thing figured out, the kids are going to be grown and gone!” That is a statement I often made to my wife as we were in seasons of parenting our children through their stages of development (and...

Saluting Frisco’s Veterans

As a Purple Heart City, Frisco is honored to be home to many veterans. These pictured Frisco veterans gathered on September 20, 2019, and represent almost 90 years of combined service in the U.S. Air Force. Left to right: Staff Sergeant Fred Dyer (age 99)...

Autumn Turkey Melt

- Provided by Chef John at The Community Grill - Pepper Aioli: mayonnaise, chopped garlic, ground black pepper, salt, Slaw: thinly-sliced brussels sprouts, thinly-sliced and cut green apple, salt, pepper, Sandwich: brioche bun, slaw, pepper aioli, leftover turkey, turkey broth, slice cheddar cheese,...

School Daze

A recent success story about the Frisco ISD’s fabulous school system caught my eye. Our schools got another “A” rating! That is just one of many reasons to be proud of Frisco’s school system, and proud we are! Thanks, FISD! Our schools have come a long...

Pumpkin Praline Cheesecake

- Provided by Chef Kayleigh at The Community Grill - Crust: ginger snaps, sugar, melted butter, Filling: can of pumpkin puree, cinnamon, ground ginger, ground nutmeg, cloves, salt, sugar, heavy cream, cream cheese (room temperature), eggs (room temperature), Praline Topping: brown sugar, butter,...

November 2019

Don’t miss the Thanksgiving issue of Frisco STYLE Magazine where we honor veterans, share news about Frisco Family Services and tell the story of a local artist’s journey to success.

Community Connections

Prince Nallamothula

Nine-year-old Prince Nallamothula, a young inventor and fourth-grader at Curtsinger Elementary School, has made a name for himself nationally and in the community as...

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