Do dreams really come true? I’m here to say they do. My name is Becka Corbitt, and I’m the new publisher for Frisco Life. In just four weeks of being entrenched in Frisco, I have made my way to meetings with business owners, attended networking events and walked into many wonderful businesses. I have been overwhelmed with … Continued
More Play Time for the 2019-2020 School Year Frisco ISD elementary students will get an extra 10-15 minutes of play time in the upcoming school year. As part of a pilot program, all 42 FISD elementary campuses will schedule extra time within the school day to allow students to exercise their bodies and their brains, … Continued
For Photographers With Texas, you can never be too prepared to have a backup plan for rainstorms or inclement weather. If your clients have the availability, a good sunny day before 11 a.m. has cooler weather which will make clients more comfortable. The more at ease they are, the bigger the smiles.
Frisco Public Library jumped right into summer this year. First, nationally-acclaimed banjo-playing songster Jim Gill had a packed Council Chambers jumping to his joy-inducing songs. The kiddos were educated on music, science and art.
Both new and existing supporters attended Frisco Family Services' 25th Anniversary Gala. This fun-filled event was held at the Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park location. This annual event helps to raise money to help hundreds of families in need across the community.
When life throws us the big “C” word, it can begin to feel unfair; this is especially true for children. Nearly 300,000 children worldwide are diagnosed with pediatric cancer every year. And sadly, only 4% of the National Cancer Institute budget is allotted to the pediatric cancer sector. With more than 100,000 children dying from this awful disease, it is time…
Karen knew at a young age that she had a passion for the spotlight. She began with singing and dancing onstage through her high school years. Once she started college, she found her niche to be that of acting.