December Business of the Month – Prosper Blooms!

Heather Reynolds

Heather brings her flair for creativity and writing to Cedarbrook Media, along with 25 years of business development and relationship building experience.

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Kambra Bacon, her husband Glen and their twins moved to Prosper in 2009. Kambra wasted no time in getting involved with the Prosper community. She has served on the board of PISD PTO, the board of Prosper Ladies Association and the board of Prosper Lions Club. She quickly realized that there was a true need
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A COMMUNITY TRADITION OF GIVING When Neighbors are going through a rough patch financially, Christmastime can be an especially difficult time of year. With the help of community volunteers, Cornerstone is hosting 225 local children and their 90 families at Cornerstone Christmas. At this festive holiday event, parents secretly shop for their children’s gifts while
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Cherished custom to include new tree, singing and Christmas story Of all the many enduring traditions that help Prosper keep that unique small-town character, perhaps none is as dear to residents as the official Town Tree Lighting downtown by the Mayor. This year’s celebration, set for Town Hall, will take place on Monday, December 3
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Evidence of significant growth is apparent in most areas within the Town of Prosper, soon to include the pending addition of about 100 feet of vertical firefighting capability. At the October 9 Town Council meeting, the community’s governing body approved the purchase of a new ladder truck for the Fire Department, boosting the department’s firefighting
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ON-SITE PARKING: Frontier Park is rapidly growing and evolving, which means that both the Town of Prosper and Prosper Independent School District are adding more and more parking!! This year at Pride in the Sky, anyone who wishes to park on-site should plan to arrive early to secure your parking space. There will be hundreds
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Applications due by August 3, appointees take office on October 1 The annual call from the Town Council for Prosper residents to volunteer for open seats on the Town’s boards and commissions is being placed, as 16 positions among the five boards and commissions are in need of filling. “Serving as a volunteer on boards
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Firefighters on duty during the July 4th holiday will be ready for any emergency, as they always are, but responding to emergencies related to fireworks within Prosper is most certainly not on their to-do list. Not only do fireworks present a fire danger to structures and property, they also present a danger of serious injury
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Prosper High School has won the 2017-2018 UIL Lone Star Cup!  This honor is earned by only one high school in each UIL classification (1A-6A) that has the best overall results in academics/fine arts and athletics competitions. We amassed 102 points in the academic/fine arts and athletic competitions listed below and you can see the
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Voters in Prosper have some unfinished business at the ballot box as a runoff is scheduled to fill a seat on the Town Council. Eligible citizens will be asked to vote for either Craig Andres or Chris Kern to occupy Place 2 on the Town Council. The incumbent, Kenneth Dugger, opted not to run for
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Maximum Impact Physical Therapy celebrated their Grand Opening with a ceremonial ribbon cutting on Tuesday, May 22nd. The new office and therapeutic facility is at 2450 East Prosper Trail, Suite #10 in Prosper. The therapists at Maximum Impact Physical Therapy are highly trained, specializing in the one-on-one attention their clients deserve. The goal of each therapist is to examine
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