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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The weekend of September 28th – 30th brought quite the fanfare for our new shopping center – The Gates of Prosper. From wine tastings and magic shows to bounce houses and Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, there wasn’t a dull moment all weekend long at the official Grand Opening Celebration. Friends, family and community leaders all gathered
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Verizon is in good company with all the other new retail hot spots in The Gates of Prosper. On Friday, October 12th, they cut the ribbon with Prosper’s Chamber of Commerce members, community leaders and friends. Their new location is at 1141 South Preston Road, Suite #10. The managers of the store, Jason Watts, Rachel
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Prosper High School Seniors recently had the opportunity to experience politics first hand. The event, held annually by Prosper High School teacher Mr. Rod McCall and his government students, is a fantastic opportunity to enlighten students and the community regarding local politics. The event is held for Texas’ third congressional district race. Due to scheduling
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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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October 5th was an exciting afternoon in Prosper and for Cook Children’s Hospital, as the ground-breaking ceremony marked the spot that puts them one step closer to opening their clinic in Prosper. The property that is nestled inside of Windsong Ranch at 4100 W. University Drive in Prosper, Texas will house a children’s hospital, urgent
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