The more you know about what’s recyclable, the easier it is to incorporate it into your daily routine. So, this Earth Day – and every day – care for the planet the way you care for your family by following these five simple and creative ways to recycle and reuse your empty bathroom products.
When Judy Metzler was first diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at age 54, she was in shock – she felt too young to have a chronic disease. Judy wanted to learn more about it, but didn’t know where to turn. That’s where her husband, Jeff, stepped in. MS affects about 400,000 people in the United States, often impacting people in the prime of their lives. Symptoms can range from numbness in the limbs to fatigue, pain and loss of vision.
The Center for Child Protection recently hosted its annual Spring Guardian Angel Society Reception at The Bowie Residences, honoring current child advocates and introducing new Austin residents to the Center and their work with Travis County child abuse victims.
On May 11th & 12th, Austin Child Guidance Center will convene the second Cross-Discipline Trauma Conference of Central Texas to address childhood trauma and adversity.
For 28 years, the western-themed Bandana Ball has brought a fresh meaning to fundraisers and this year’s event will deliver as promised. Presented by C.C. Carlton Industries and hosted by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas, 900 Bandana Ball guests will don their best western-wear, including cowboy boots and cowboy hats, on Saturday, April 1 at 6 p.m. to support families with critically ill or injured children.