The Next Page – October 2018

What will you dress up as for Halloween?

“I am thinking I might go as a crazy cat lady.”
-Christine Perrenot

My friends and I are going to be the Sanderson sisters from the movie ‘Hocus Pocus’”.
-Leah Ratliff

“I will dress up as an Optimus Prime girl. My boy will be dressed as a Bumblebee transformer, so I am going to be his Optimus Prime dude!”
-Gabriela Gilstrap

“I’m going to dress up as 3-hole-punch Jim.”
-Ben Johnson

Record Racing helps people understand every part of the car racing world. The husband and wife teams covers everything about driving safety and the importance of science and math. To learn more, go to or call 214.206.5430.


Storybook Ranch’s Pumpkin Patch is open through November 1. Get more information at Check out for details on some of the activities that are planned during Grace Avenue’s Pumpkins on the Prairie event. The Big Orange Pumpkin Farm at Preston Trail Farms will be open through November 21. Go to to plan your visit. Check out for more information about Autumn at the Dallas Arboretum. Be sure to check out the event calendar and order tickets to Dark Hour Haunted House in Plano at Find out more about trick or treating at Fire Safety Town at Head over to Frisco Square for the seventh annual Trick or Treat the Square on October 28. Learn more at Friscovania’s “Through the Decades” event will take place at Toyota Stadium on October 27. Get your tickets and more details about this annual event at You can order tickets or get more information about the Trick or Treat at the Farm at the Heritage Farmstead Museum event at


Model Behaviors, along with FC Dallas and Frisco STYLE Magazine, are partnering up to produce Friscovania 2018, which will be held October 27, from 3-8 p.m., offering access to the highly-anticipated National Soccer Hall of Fame, more than 40 digital experiences, magic shows, art installations, haute new fashions, interactive photo opportunities, food trucks, a haunted carnival, live music and entertainment and more. Go to for more information.


Winner: Leadership and Vision – Crest Auto Group
6060 TX-121, Frisco, Texas 75034
Runner Up – Mortgage Financial Services
3001 Dallas Parkway #570, Frisco, Texas 75034

Winner: Structure and Organization – Jersey Mike’s Subs
Runner Up – Epic Carts
10550 John W. Elliot Drive #100, Frisco, Texas 75033

Winner: Winning New Customers – Frisco Association for the Arts
3245 Main Street, Suite 235, Frisco, Texas 75034
Runner Up – Shiflett & Phillips, LLP
9555 Lebanon Road #402, Frisco, Texas 75035

Winner: Serving Your Customers – Lone Star Benefits
5750 Genesis Court #210, Frisco, Texas 75034
Runner Up – Frisco Family Vision
10150, Legacy Drive, Frisco, Texas 75034

Winner: Building a Winning Team – Shades of Green
7401 Coit Road, Frisco, Texas 75035

Winner: Customer Engagement – Dent Squad USA
6201 Technology Drive #125, Frisco, Texas 75033
Runner Up – SWYPIT
3001 Dallas Parkway #120B, Frisco, Texas 75034

Winner: Metrics and Financial Results – Legacy Plumbing, Inc.
15222 King Road #1002, Frisco, Texas 75034
Winner: Giving Back to the Community – Texas Legends
Runner Up – Verona Villa
6591 Dallas Parqkway, Frisco, Texas 75034


Whether you try HelloFresh™, Green Chef or Blue Apron™, a meal delivery service can help save you time and money. Boxes provide quick recipes, less food prep work and a variety of delicious meal choices. You can sign up, order food or learn more at, or


Dr. Chuck Martin is the lead pastor of First Baptist Frisco, located at 7901 Main Street, where he has served since 2002. Learn more about First Baptist Frisco at or by calling 972.335.9830.


Richard Polite is the founder and managing director of the Transformation Film Institute, a Frisco-based, nonprofit film school that teaches students how to create redemptive films. Learn more at or by calling 469.655.3222.

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