Families who have a child with Autism experience those plus a whole additional set of stressors associated with a new school year. This is where Center for ASD comes in. Their mission is to improve the quality of life of individuals affected by Autism, other special needs, their families and the community as a whole.
Art has been a part of Bonnie Mays’ life for as long as she can remember. She learned from an early age that creative arts can be done both as a hobby and as a craft that benefits people.
When asked why he chose to be involved in the Chamber of Commerce and the school board, Andy Pickens says he just really likes to be involved in the incredible community that is Burleson.
In college, Cristina Winner worked at the library, and fell in love with it so much she changed her degree to more accurately reflect her desire to be a librarian. Now, she works for the city of Crowley, overseeing the libraries, rec centers, special events and senior centers.
The community had the opportunity to nominate their favorite family-friendly and kid-friendly businesses. Here are the top nomination recipients and Local Life favorites.
House of Air Trampoline & Ninja Park is a Family Entertainment Center that offers something for everyone in the family. They have state of the art trampolines, Rock Climbing Walls, a Jousting and Slack Line pit area, dodgeball zones, interactive wack-a-mole boards on trampolines, a huge indoor playground zone and even a real life American Ninja Warrior course.