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78 MARCH APRIL 2016 goodTIMES TEXAS TORNADO BENEFIT 2015 CONCERT Hosted byThe Greater Dallas Chapter of the Association of On December 26th a slew of devastating tornadoes struck North Texas leaving 11 people dead dozens injured and countless homeless. Many businesses in the Dallas area banded together in support of the Texas Tornado Bene- fit. Vicky Gillispie with Stream joined with country sing- er SaraBeth NBC5 and the Salvation Army to create this free concert all proceeds were donated to the Salvation Army to benefit the tornado victims. The benefit raised 25826.50 including funds matched by Stream associ- ates. NBC5s Kris Gutierrez emceed the event. Kimberly GirardVicky Gillispie Pat Johnston SaraBeth Swagerty and Adrian Avila Ashley and LanceWhitworth. The historic celebration included all three of the colleges presidents Dr. John Anthony current district president Dr. Neil Matkin and Dr. Cary A. Israel. Let the letterAon this building remind us ofallwho contrib- ute tirelessly each and every day to ensure a quality institution of higher education the Board ofTrustees faculty students staff and the community. I applaud and thank you.said Dr. Cary Israel at the Ceremony. Craig ONeill Paige Chenault and Mandy ONeill. Monica and Max Kancke COLLIN COLLEGE OPENS NEW HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER Three decades of Collin College leadership were present at the ceremonial ribbon cutting for the Cary A. Israel Health Sciences Center a new building on Collin Colleges Central Park Campus in McKinney. The new three-story 125000 square foot facility provides state of the art learning spaces for the colleges growing health sciences program. The new facility was named by trustees in honor of the colleges second dis- trict president who served from 1999 to 2014. The event took place on the 30th anniversary of the opening of the colleges first campus. Photos by Nick Young Collin College photographer LIVE FROM DALLAS ITS SATURDAY NIGHT The Birthday Party Project hosted a Saturday Night Live-themed bash at sixty-five hundred in Dallas. The event honored The Birthday Party Projects partner- ship with Gradus whose mission is to invest impact and empower their non-profit partners. The evening was presented by Kinslers Kids an organization founded by profession- al baseball player Ian Kinsler and his wife Tess Kinsler and Credit Suisse. Guests who came dressed as their favorite SNL characters enjoyed an array of culinary treats and cocktails provided by notable Dallas restau- rants and chefs. The Birthday Party Project partners with local homeless shelters to throw monthly birthday parties for children living in the shel- ters. Photos by themamones