As the marketing director for the Temple Cultural Activities Center, Jane Boone wears many hats. If she is not coordinating the new adult and children’s classes for the upcoming season, she is selecting...
“Now, this is Friends of the Temple Library 101,” Carol Hodge said, laughing as she passed the circulation desk on her way to the Friends’ sorting room.
Story by CATHERINE HOSMAN
Lisa Miller is known as Momma Miller at her family’s restaurant, Miller’s Smokehouse in Belton. She keeps the sweet tooth satisfied with her homemade desserts that complement the barbecue entrees. Miller took some time out of a busy day to answer some questions for Tex Appeal Magazine.
Helping homeless moms and families find their way back to self-sufficiency is Rachel Peterson’s life work.
Today’s homes are a reflection of a homeowner’s personality, but taking an idea and turning it into reality can be challenging. More people are...
Lisa Taylor, manager of the Sammons Community Center in Temple, is putting finishing touches on plans for this year’s senior holiday dinner to be held Dec. 8 at the Frank W. Mayborn Center. Open to seniors 50 and older, this event draws up to 600 people for an evening of fellowship, dinner, dancing and games.
Daniel said we all have clutter in our lives from time to time. But there are some extreme conditions where disorganization begins to affect our families, our social lives and even our jobs. Here are two examples:
Beyond the grand foyer in the stately, inviting home of Temple resident Beverly Custer, one would never imagine there lurked an area, just down the hall, that she once considered a menacing black hole — her master bedroom closet. But those days are gone, thanks to Lita Daniel, professional organizer and owner of “Regain Your Space.”
Ashley Dietze, president of the Junior League of Bell County, is passionate about the health of children. She is on a mission to teach kids about healthy eating and snacking through Kids in the Kitchen, an association-wide initiative of the Association of Junior Leagues International.
Teresa Chavez, director of continuing education at Central Texas College, walks through the halls of the Mayborn Planetarium looking for the Dino Quest class being held as part of CTC’s summer College for Kids. She peeks around the corner and sees the empty classroom where the dinosaurs roam. All is quiet at first as the young students, ages 5 to 9, are watching a movie called, “Dinosaurs to Dusk.”
Transitioning a child from high school to college is a challenge most parents face.