1. Linda and Mike Cornett, owners of Tenroc Ranch in Salado, which hosted the Paint the Ranch Red Gala.
CANstruction Belton is a three-day even that teams up with the community to build enormous structures from canned goods, which are then used to fill the Helping Hands Ministry food pantry. Each week the ministry serves more then 3,400 people through its client-choice food pantry. The first in Bell County to offer a client-choice food pantry, Helping Hands Ministry encourages those in need to come in for help with groceries. Food is allotted based on family size, and client can choose from a variety of healthy foods including fresh produce, pasta, beans, meats, breads and boxed and canned products.
The Friends of the Temple Community Clinic recently held the 20th annual Caring Ball, themed “A Night in Tuscany,” at the Frank W. Mayborn Civic & Convention Center. This event featured a special wine-tasting and dinner catered by Waco’s Bestyett Catering and music provided by the Argyles.