Are you in Need of Meal Assistance or Want to Help Out your Community?
The mission of Meals on Wheels is to combat hunger and isolation in disabled and older adults by providing nutritious meals to stay healthy and independent. Meals are delivered Monday thru Friday.
This year’s event will have 2 locations for parking. The 1st location will be for Handicapped, Motorcycles, and Prepaid. Parking will be located on the concrete parking area at the park. These spaces are limited and are $10.00 each. Handicapped and Motorcycles spaces can be paid for at event, but all other spaces will be Prepaid only. Passes may be purchased at City Hall during regular business hours 7-4.
The 2nd location will be the northwest section of the park off of Beauchamp Blvd. This parking will be $10.00 and you may pay when you enter the parking area
(no prepaid parking). We will have golf carts available to assist in the transport from the parking lot to the event as needed.
If you do not wish to park at either one of these locations we will offer free shuttle service to and from the event. This service will be located at the PISD Stadium.
If you have any questions please contact Stephanie O’Brien 214-733-2521 or [email protected]
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If you have not yet heard, the City of Princeton is gearing up for our “9th Annual July Spectacular”. We are super excited about this event and we are beginning our launch for sponsors who would like to be a part of this growing event. With a growth to over 10,000 attendees, we are planning for an even larger crowd this year.
The event will be held on July 3rd, 2019, at the J.M. Caldwell Sr. Community Park / P.O.W. Camp from 5:00-10:00 P.M. We will have live music, arts and craft vendors, bounce houses, food vendors, raffles throughout the night, and much more. As always, we will end the night with our spectacular fireworks show.
Continuing the tradition, a portion of the parking fee at this event will be dedicated to the City of Princeton Scholarship Fund. These funds will provide a scholarship for a PISD Senior who is a resident of the City.
We offer four sponsorship levels to choose from to fit your needs. Donations of your company’s merchandise, gift cards, gift certificates, etc., would be happily accepted and included in the City’s raffle that is held throughout the night.
Contact Stephanie O’Brien with any question on how to become a sponsor
February is American Heart Month, a time when the American Heart Association asks all Americans to try to implement at least one positive change to ensure a healthier heart. The first Friday in February is observed as National Wear Red Day, so Friday, February 1, wear red to support the fight against heart disease in women.
*Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of both men and women in the United States, causing one in three deaths each year. Some heart disease risk factors include family history and aging; however, up to 80 percent of heart disease is preventable by making small changes to lead a heart-healthy lifestyle, according to the American Heart Association.
Princeton City Hall
Princeton City Hall
123 West Princeton Drive
Princeton, TX 75407
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