Where You Were – Week of April 29

MoshPix: Check out some of the best user photos collected the week of April 29, 2012.

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Amanda Strayer, Hurst Tx
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This was so pretty, I just had to share.
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This was so pretty, I just had to share.
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Here are some sunset pictures from Lake Ray HubbardnChip OneynGarland, Texas
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Here are some sunset pictures from Lake Ray Hubbard Chip OneynGarland, Texas
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Here are some sunset pictures from Lake Ray Hubbard Chip OneynGarland, Texas
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Here are some pictures from Lake Ray HubbardnChip OneynGarland, Texas
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Spring is here!nI caught this photo of Mr. Caterpillar hanging around. He sure is pretty :)n-Tiffany Reeves
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Grackle with a horn tail worm for supper.nChip OneynGarland, TX
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Buttercup. Chip OneynGarland, TX
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Hello!n�nHere are a few other misc. pictures from our walk in the field�today... Enjoy!n�n052 - Grackle with a horn tail worm for supper.n005 - Buttercup.n009 / 010 - ???? bird.n025 / 026 - Falcon.n064 - Chupacabra skull!!!!!�� loln067 Angel. (I really do believe that she thinks her ears are actually wings...n�nChip OneynGarland, TX
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FalconnChip OneynGarland, TX
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Falcon.nChip OneynGarland, TX
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Rebecca Morgan
Just a follow-up on the photos I sent you toward the end of March regarding the Red Tailed Hawks nesting on the construction site for the new Denton ISD Middle School in Shady Shores, Texas. The construction co. put up a fence around the area where the hawks are nesting to keep the construction equipment out of that area as promised. We have named the mother "Ladyhawk" and she is now the proud mother of two babies who are about 1 week old.
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Rebecca Morgan
Just a follow-up on the photos I sent you toward the end of March regarding the Red Tailed Hawks nesting on the construction site for the new Denton ISD Middle School in Shady Shores, Texas. The construction co. put up a fence around the area where the hawks are nesting to keep the construction equipment out of that area as promised. We have named the mother "Ladyhawk" and she is now the proud mother of two babies who are about 1 week old.
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Rebecca Morgan
Just a follow-up on the photos I sent you toward the end of March regarding the Red Tailed Hawks nesting on the construction site for the new Denton ISD Middle School in Shady Shores, Texas. The construction co. put up a fence around the area where the hawks are nesting to keep the construction equipment out of that area as promised. We have named the mother "Ladyhawk" and she is now the proud mother of two babies who are about 1 week old.
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Chip Oney
Bryan Oney fishing Lake ForknChip OneynGarland, Texas
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next I'll try a waverunner. I am Nubbie, my mom is Kari Brewer.
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Angel. (I really do believe that she thinks her ears are actually wings...nChip OneynGarland, TX
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Chip OneynGarland, TX
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Chip OneynGarland, TX
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Here's Angel (almost 4 months old now) on stage, doin' the "Twist"... lolnChip OneynGarland, TX
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How about this pic for Caption This? Our ducks 'Tator' and 'Tot' want in our back door as much as our dog Poncho does! Stacy Shingler North Richland Hills
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This is my sweetie cat Frank. Thought that you would think this is funny too. It looks like he is in a swimmer's diving position...lol Thank you, Stefanie Hicks
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Getting hyped about the avenger s movie tonite Ed silva and his super heroes Trent martin Ty martin and trey martin from Burleson tx
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This is a picture of my boys having a playdate with our favorite girls. The little one in blue, Rylan, is the king of judgement! There's no telling what was on his mind lol.
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Adrian Springer
Janelle Springer from Fort Worth Lucky to wake up and see this sweet girl every day.
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Olivia really got a kick out of her face painting at la grave field Friday night .
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Nayeli Torres 10 mnths old enjoying her 1st corn dog last nite at the Rodeo..
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Kaitlin Warrington
Bike Out Hunger, a six-day event that took place last week where more than 25 amateur cyclists pedaled from San Antonio to Dallas (about 430 miles through the Hill Country and Central Texas) to raise awareness about hunger issues in the state and funds fornthe Texas Baptists Hunger Offering. The group photos were taken at the completion of the ride at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas.
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Kaitlin Warrington
Attached are three photos from Bike Out Hunger, a six-day event from San Antonio to Dallas to raise awareness about hunger issues in the state and funds for the Texas Baptists Hunger Offering. The picture with children was taken when the team stopped at Priddy Independent School District on April 26. Priddy is an example of what the cyclists are riding for as more than 60 percent of the students in the school district are involved in the free or reduced lunch program.
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Cathryn Ammermann
These Daisy Scouts in Southlake delivered more than 150 stuffed animals to the Southlake Fire Station No. 2 on Tuesday, May 1. The girls collected the donated stuffed animals from students at their schools. Fire and police personnel will distribute the "Rescue Friends" to children involved in emergency situations.
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Kathy Luppy
The fifth graders at North Ridge Elementary in North Richland Hills were thrilled to have 10 World War 2 veterans who spoke to the five classes about their experiences during the war. All these vets had participated in the Honor Flight program of Ft. Worth. Is there any way you could let me know if and when you will use this picture?
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Jeff Getek
Highland Springs retirement community in North Dallas held a "Rally for the Rangers" this week featuring Goodwill Ambassador Joe Macko. He is a great guy, and it truly shows how the Rangers care about their fans.
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Jeff Getek
Highland Springs retirement community in North Dallas held a "Rally for the Rangers" this week featuring Goodwill Ambassador Joe Macko. He is a great guy, and it truly shows how the Rangers care about their fans.
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Judy Everett Ramos
Richelle McCauley, teacher at Midway Park Elementary School in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD, got a great start to her weekend when Ernie Horn, executive director of Score A Goal in the Classroom, along with HEB ISD Superintendent of Schools Dr. Gene Buinger, walked into her classroom Friday morning. They presented her with an all-expense paid trip to San Diego, a two-night stay at the San Diego Balboa Omni Resort, and tickets to a San Diego Padres vs. Texas Rangers game.
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Judy Everett Ramos
HEB ISD entered into a partnership with Score A Goal in the Classroom at the beginning of the school year to encourage teacher attendance. Teachers received one chance to win the trip for each six weeks grading period in which they had perfect attendance.
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Judy Everett Ramos
There were more than 1,000 teachers with at least one chance to win. McCauley was one of 84 teachers who had perfect attendance for all five of the six-week grading periods counted in the contest. She has not missed one day of school this year.
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David Ricks
South Grand Prairie High School Student Matthew Ricks was selected as anwinner of th coveted FIRST Robotics Dean's List Award at The FIRSTnRobotics World Championship in St Louis, Missouri on April 26. FIRST isnan Acronym for For Inspiration and Recognition of Science andnTechnology, and is one of the fastest growing robotics competitions innthe world. There are over 4,000 High School FIRST Robotics Teams.nTechnology, and is one of the fastest growing robotics competitions innthe world. There are over 4,000 High School FIRST Robotics Teams. Matthew Ricks, a junior at South Grand Prairie High School, and anco-captain of FIRST Robotic Team 704, the Warriors, is one ...
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David Ricks
Matthew Ricks is one of only 10 robotics students Worldwide selectednto the FIRST Dean’s List, named for FIRST founder, Dean Kamen. Accordingnto the organization, “In an effort to recognize the leadership andndevotion of some of FIRST’s most outstanding FRC students, the Kamennfamily has announced the creation of a new award for selected topnstudents, FIRST superstars, to be known as the FIRST Dean’s List.”
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Adrienne Scruggs
29 Pieces, a Dallas arts non-profit focused on the creation of monumemntal change through monumental art, has recently partnered with the Maya Angelou high school for pregnant teens to help the students there who were struggling with disciplinary problems.
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Adrienne Scruggs
The organization's MasterPEACE program was taught at Maya Angelou in fall of 2011 and continued until March 2012, which included 29 Pieces members teaching the students about heroes in the fight fo human rights who focused on love to transform society. The students developed "love collage" artwork, which is now proudly being displayed at the Dallas City Hall and Public Library.
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Stefan Cobbs
I would like to commend the young men that attended the "Choices" play on yesterday at the Scott's Theatre. They conducted themselves as distinquished gentlemen, and were complimented by the staff throughout the show. They represented Poly extrememly well. Attached is a photo of the gentlemen that attended. Included in the group, but only partially in the photo, is Deonte Harrison. Please give these guys "kudos" when you see them.
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