Where You Were – Week of May 1

MoshPix: Check out some of the best user photos collected the week of May 1.

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Departamento de Justicia Penal de Texas
Ballet Folklorico dancers
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Getty Images
Last night children who participate in after school programs were honored at the Dallas Afterschool Network's second annual "Afterschool Achievers" one-night celebration of afterschool excellence.
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Norwalk Police Department
The evening recognized 78 outstanding kids who are in afterschool programs. Students from different after school programs across the Dallas area were chosen for outstanding achievement in Arts, Sports, Special Interests, Leadership, Citizenship and Academic Achievement.
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NBC
Between awards there were student performances from the Audelia Creek Luney Tunez, Shakespeare Monologues from Junior Players, Ballet Folklorico Dancers from Anita N. Martinez Folklorico and the PACE Jumpers.
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Jeanne Culver
Between awards there were student performances from the Audelia Creek Luney Tunez, Shakespeare Monologues from Junior Players, Ballet Folklorico Dancers from Anita N. Martinez Folklorico and the PACE Jumpers.
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Jennifer Arthur
Brownie Troop #7382 is making Dallas a bit more beautiful.
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Jennifer Arthur
These grade girls planted dozens of plants at Grace Academy.
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Jennifer Arthur
They mulched and planted their way through the afternoon.
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Jennifer Arthur
All their dirty work earned them the pink key patch from Brownie Quest and a community service fun patch.
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Shutterstock
All the students at Grace Academy will now enjoy a flower lined sidewalk!
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Rob Reeb
Fort Worth Country Day girls varsity softball team won the Southwest Prepatory Conference Division I Title on Saturday. They defeated Holland Hall from Tulsa, who were previously unbeaten in conference the past 3 years. Way to go girls.
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Anonymous
Tailgating (literally) at the FC Dallas match!!
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NBCConnecticut.com
Five members of the Paschal Science Team (from left to right: Reid Boller, William Lyles, Dominic Yurk, Erik Nguyen, Sai Gourisankar) attended the National Science Bowl in Washington D.C. The team earned this all expenses paid trip by winning the Regional Science Bowl at UT Arlington. The competition includes 69 high school teams, each of which had to win a regional competition in order to earn an invite to the National Science Bowl.
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Andrew Brinker
Sunday was the beginning of the Science Bowl competition and students played a total of 8 matches to determine who would enter the double elimination tournament. Paschal won 4 matches and lost 4 matches, a considerable improvement over last years record of 2 wins and 6 losses. Paschal High School is extremely proud of these students accomplishments and wish them the best of luck in their future science endeavors.
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Andrew Brinker
The national event was held Thursday April 28th through Monday May 2nd. Student spent the first evening touring the monuments (Lincoln Monument pictured here), and all day Friday was spent exploring the museums. Saturday there were lectures by several prominent scientists followed by a team competition.
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Deborah Ferguson
HALO Salon in FW shaving heads for free as part of Lala's Soldiers, a support group for 20 year old cancer patient Lauren Skillman. Read More about Lala's Soldiers
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Deborah Ferguson
HALO Salon in FW shaving heads for free as part of Lala's Soldiers, a support group for 20 year old cancer patient Lauren Skillman. Read More about Lala's Soldiers
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Deborah Ferguson
HALO Salon in FW shaving heads for free as part of Lala's Soldiers, a support group for 20 year old cancer patient Lauren Skillman. Read More about Lala's Soldiers
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TELEMUNDO LOCAL
HALO Salon in FW shaving heads for free as part of Lala's Soldiers, a support group for 20 year old cancer patient Lauren Skillman. Read More about Lala's Soldiers
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William F. Walker
Bridgeport High School held their prom on Saturday April 30th in Ft. Worth at the Worthington Hotel!
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Lynn Long
Here is the group from Texas Federation of Women's Clubs Pioneer District that attended the PJ Party for the Domestic Violence Shelters in the Galveston area. The Texas Federation of Woman's Club members wore our PJS to a dinner April 28, 2011 at the TFWC Convention. We brought PJS and gave 350 pair to the Galveston Shelters. L-R: Back Row: Barbara Winingham, Bowie; Clara Campbell, Nocona; Linda Mesler, Nocona: Carolynn McLeod, Granbury; Kay Mara, TFWC Pioneer Dist President, Decatur; Beth Lewellen, Stephenville; Bobbie Brownlee, Granbury; L-R: Front Row: Lynn Long, TFWC Fundraising Chairman, Decatur; Dorothy Roberts, TFWC President, Carlene Gardner, General Federation Women’s Clubs International President; Patti Poe, TFWC 2nd Vice-President, Nocona Not Picture: Frances Skiles, Oldest Acting TFWC President, Weatherford: and Karren Lucas, Weatherford.
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NBC Bay Area
What a surprise to see the familiar NBC 5 logo and helicopter as i walked into the Newseum in Washington DC this past Saturday morning!
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Miami-Dade Police
It's flooded under LBJ and Midway.
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msdap14
Another pic, under LBJ and Midway
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