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Mad Scientist Camp at River Bend Nature Center!
Mad Scientist Camp at River Bend Nature Center!
Starts: Mon August 4th, 2014 at 8:30AM
Ends: Fri August 8th, 2014
Category: Community
Description: Dust off your bug catcher, fill up your water bottle, and head out to River Bend for our amazing camps full of fun and learning! Join in on all the cool hands-on activities and make new friends! Mad Scientist Campers will set up and expl...
Stix n Tones Fine Arts Camp
Stix n Tones Fine Arts Camp
Starts: Wed July 30th, 2014 at 2:00PM
Ends: Thu July 31st, 2014
Category: Educational
Description: Faith Baptist Church is having a fun-packed week with opportunities to explore such things as guitar, piano, BoomWhackers, Hand Chimes, PraiStix, art, and singing/choreography. All this for $20 and it includes a lite dinner and all childre...
KIDZWEEK
KIDZWEEK
Starts: Wed July 30th, 2014 at 5:30PM
Ends: Thu July 31st, 2014
Category: Community
Description: Faith Baptist Church invites you to trace it back to just the facts! The evidence is clear. The proof is all right here! Come discover, decide, and defend the truth about who Jesus really is at Agency D3. Children who have finished Kinderg...
RYLIES RALLY
in Community

Saturday May 31st, 2014 at 12:00PM
until Saturday May 31st, 2014

When:
May 31st 12pm-8pm
Where:
Painted Pony Pumpkin Patch
4376 Airport Drive 76305
What:
A fun filled night for families. 100% of proceeds help with medical expenses.

Rylie, now 8 years old, had a liver transplant. It all started early in 2012 with what was thought to be a normal stomach bug. However, it was actually the Adenovirus which is a rare virus. In some cases the virus attacks the blood and organs. This is what the doctors at Children's Medical Center of Dallas believed happened to Rylie, or at least helped to see that her liver was failing. On April 27th 2012 at Children’s Medical Center of Dallas (CMC) she underwent
a successful liver transplant. Rylie began taking several medications a day, which makes her immune system weak. Rylie has been limited on going out in public, and if she does she may be required to wear a mask. She has now been released to attend school, church and a couple other functions without her mask. If her parents feel that the crowd is too large or sickness is around she must wear her mask.

We are raising money for the Children’s Organ Transplant Association (COTA) to help with transplant-related expenses due to the life changing
event Rylie’s family has experienced .

BOUNCE HOUSES
PONY RIDES
BARREL TRAIN
SNACK BAR
and MORE

SILENT AUCTION STARTS AT 12
LIVE AUCTION STARTS AT 4


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