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Methodist Charlton helps in the fight against premature birth

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Methodist Charlton helps in the fight against premature birth

Methodist Charlton Medical Center recently hosted the March of Dimes health disparity summit, “Prematurity: A Family Struggle and Community Crisis.” Methodist Charlton Nurse Manager Evelina Echols-Sutton served as a member of the panel and discussed the new Centering Pregnancy program coming to Methodist Charlton. Methodist Charlton President Jonathan S. Davis, FACHE, provided the welcome and […]

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Methodist Charlton stroke coordinator participates in EMS awareness program

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Methodist Charlton stroke coordinator participates in EMS awareness program

Marilyn Clark, RN, cardiac/stroke coordinator at Methodist Charlton Medical Center, recently participated in the Cedar Hill Fire Department open house for stroke awareness and education. During the event, Clark answered visitors’ questions on strokes, and provided handouts from the American Heart Association on stroke awareness, signs and symptoms of stroke. Methodist Charlton has been designated […]

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Get Inspiration for a Healthier You at Methodist Charlton’s Free New Year, New You Event

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Get Inspiration for a Healthier You at Methodist Charlton’s Free New Year, New You Event

You will find all the inspiration you need for a healthier you in 2012 at New Year, New You, a free event at Methodist Charlton Medical Center. Get started on your transformation with healthy discussions on weight loss and fitness; nutrition; cosmetic procedures, stress management, and more. Treat yourself to a visit to the Relaxation […]

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Community Brings Holiday Cheer and Giving to Methodist Charlton Medical Center

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Community Brings Holiday Cheer and Giving to Methodist Charlton Medical Center

Methodist Charlton volunteer (Santa) Leo Mattingly; Clinical Nurse Supervisor Mary Jo Walters; Duncanville residents Velma Smith and Louise Ennis; and Sarah Minnix, RN Methodist Charlton Receives Special Hat Delivery For the second year, Duncanville residents Velma Smith and Louise Ennis have donated beautiful crocheted hats for newborns in the Methodist Charlton nursery. It’s a team effort: Velma crochets the hats, […]

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Deuntae Pegues, “Dallas’ Best Dressed Man”

Thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation For 16-year-old DISD student Deuntae Pegues the day started like any other. “I went to school, Art, English II, and a meeting about the school newspaper,” said Deuntae. However, during the day things got exciting. When he was called out of his classroom just after 11:30, he was met by […]

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Book Signing at Ben Franklin

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Book Signing at Ben Franklin

Ben Franklin Apothecary is excited to host a special book signing from Dr. C. Edward Spann, retired Dean of the College of Fine Arts at Dallas Baptist University, on Saturday, Dec. 17 from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm. The book, Presidential Praise: Our Presidents and their Hymns,  contains a brief discussion of each president’s administration, whether or […]

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First Baptist Duncanville Presents “Let There Be Light”

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First Baptist Duncanville Presents “Let There Be Light”

First Baptist Church Duncanville is presenting their annual worship event “Let There Be Light“. The first performance was Friday night, with remaining performances Saturday through Monday, December 10-12, starting at 7PM at he Duncanville First Baptist Church, located at Wheatland Road and Sante Fe Trail. The event is free to the public, but “tickets” are […]

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Is The Cake Guys Chad Fitzgerald the “Next Great Baker”?

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Is The Cake Guys Chad Fitzgerald the “Next Great Baker”?

Former Duncanville High School math teacher and co-owner of The Cake Guys, Chad Fitzgerald, is no longer Duncanville’s secret. The nation can now get very familiar with Fitzgerald and his outstanding baking and decorating skills. Fitzgerald is now a contestant in season two of Next Great Baker on TLC, which premiered last Monday night. Chad […]

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“Go Fish” at Lakeside Park

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“Go Fish” at Lakeside Park

Lakeside Park will be getting a fresh stock of rainbow trout starting the first of December, and continuing every two weeks until early March. Each year the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department stocks roughly 250,000, 9-12 inch hatchery-reared rainbow trout in more than 100 neighborhood and state park locations across Texas as a part of […]

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Whataburger and Santa Cop Toy & Food Drive

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Whataburger and Santa Cop Toy & Food Drive

Saturday, December 3 from 9am to 1pm. Both Whataburger locations – Camp Wisdom and Danieldale For every toy donation valued at $5 or more will receive a coupon for a free Taquito of free Whataburger depending on time of day. For every donation of 3 or more canned items will receive the same coupons as […]

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