Sunshine on my Shoulders Makes Me Happy
Community Relations and Advertising Consultant, Lake Cities Living firstname.lastname@example.org 817.291.7582
Even though Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow on Groundhog Day, we are enjoying a mild winter and seeing signs of early spring in Lake Cities. As we watch the tulips and crocuses breaking
ground and buds forming on trees all around us, we are blessed with the sunshiny and warm conditions of living in north Texas.
The warmth and optimism of this early spring weather exhilarates us. Even if Punxsutawney Phil is right and we have to keep our coats within reach for a few more weeks, Lake Cities residents are stirring around the outdoors. They are enjoying themselves at city parks, while golfers crowd the golf courses to take in this perfect golf weather. Local retailers are anxiously displaying their spring merchandise and enticing shoppers with fresh goods. New businesses are opening their doors, while others are expanding their menus and delightful services so that we have more to enjoy as we SHOP LOCAL.
Main Street in Lake Dallas is open again and the excitement among the community is apparent. The City of Lake Dallas recently hosted the Lake Cities Chamber of Commerce coffee. City manager, Matt Shaffstall shared the exciting plans for the upcoming 12th Annual Mardi Gras parade on February 24th from 5-9pm. This annual event always brings out local families to experience the excitement of a hometown parade, vendor markets, food trucks, children’s activities, contests and prizes.
We are so blessed for the efforts our cities make to provide such wholesome events for our families to enjoy.
While the academic spring semester is clearly underway and another school year is moving closer to an end, Lake Cities families have the anticipation of spring break rushing toward them.
With the hopes of continued warm weather, our Falcon baseball and softball seasons are just opening up with an optimistic outlook for another successful season. Our calendars are quickly filling up with upcoming banquets and awards events as we enter into the one of the busiest times of year.
So as you roll your windows down and take in the warm, fresh air, feel grateful to live in our Lake Cities community that offers us such a purposeful lifestyle.
by Meredith McNair Community Relations and Advertising Consultant Lake Cities Living Magazine As I sit writing this letter, I am
by Meredith McNair, Community Relations and Advertising Consultant Lake Cities Living email@example.com 817.291.7582 “We make a living by what we