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72 NOVEMBER DECEMBER 2015 goodTIMES CITY HOUSES BLUE MOON GALA The 2015 Blue Moon Gala benefiting City House took place on September 19 in Frisco. 820 guests attended City Houses primary fundraiser of the year that raised almost 500000. The organization serves local youth who are at risk due to abuse neglect or homelessness. Del Friscos Restaurant group served as presenting sponsor of the gala with gold sponsors AdvoCare Park Place Lexus Plano Sam Packs Five-Star Ford Blue Cross Blue Shield and Roy Susie Barber. MAD HATTER TEA PARTY Methodist Hospital of Richardson hosted its Mad Hatter Tea Party on September 12. The event which was held at the hospital cele- brated its new 3D Mammogram technology. Breast cancer survivors patients and guests walked the pink carpet in their finest fun and creative headwear. Renowned breast cancer surgeon Dr. Jenevieve H. Hughes was the special guest speaker for the event. THE 22ND ANNUAL FANTASY FOOTBALL DRAFT NIGHT BENEFITING THE WARREN CENTER Former Dallas Cowboys player Randy White hosted the Warren Centers 22nd Annual Fanta- sy Football Draft Night. Over 400 guests were in attendance and the event raised more than 200000 benefiting the foundation. For over 47 years The Warren Center has worked with fami- lies in North Dallas to ensure that every child with developmental delays has continued success through Early Childhood Intervention Thera- py Services Program and Family Education and Support Programs. The event was chaired by Mi- chelle and Todd Steudtner. WFAA Sportscaster Joe Trahan served at the nights emcee. FOOD 4 KIDS PEANUT BUTTER CHALLENGE Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere attended a special pep rally on Wednesday September 30 to collect the 1566 jars of peanut butter donated by the JPIIHS community. Mayor LaRosiliere challenged JPIIHS to exceed the 1000 jars the school collected last year for the Food 4 Kids Plano program.Nothing is great- er than seeing our youth help other youth he said. Plano Mayor LaRosiliere is committed to addressing the issue of food insecurity of chronically hungry early childhood and elementary school children in Plano by partnering with NTFB to provide them with a backpack filled with nutritious kid-friendly shelf stable food every Friday during the school year. 4 EverYoung entertained the guests with classic 50s songs Mayor of Plano Harry LaRosiliere with President ThomasW. Poore and students of JPIIHS Former Cowboys RandyWhite andTimmy Newsome JoeTrahan Lasondra Jackson AJ Jackson and Constance Jackson