The Top 6 Posts on MansfieldMagazine.com from July 2014
Jul 31, 2014 11:16PM
● Published by Brian Ostrovsky
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What can we say? These top 6 posts from the month of July have a little bit of everything: clear enthusiasm about the new Arlington Sprouts Farmers Market, the farming lifestyle, a mom's meetup that combines friends and fun with community-service, a relaxing old-world style tea room, an innovative approach to today's college housing dilemma and local educational leadership.
What's not to love?
We know many of our readers may not be familiar with Sprouts Farmers Market so we thought we'd reach out to the company to get the inside scoop.
Backyard chickens are great pets, harmless on their own. But be forewarned, they may lead to engaging in other addictive farming activities.
The Real House Mamas of Mansfield (see their Meetup.com group here) is a growing local group of women started by Kristyn Rowney in 2012 after moving to Mansfield from Austin and realizing, "Hey, I need friends too."
Kupa Tea Brews Up Vintage Tearoom Feel. The Kupa Tea Tea Room & Shoppe
just opened this past February and word is spreading.
Evan Jaworski is taking the bus to school - literally. He won’t be living in a dorm, he’ll be living in a bus he renovated.
Over the past 32 years Shafer has served as a teacher, athletic trainer, assistant principal and principal – first in the Arlington ISD and for the past 22 years with the Mansfield ISD. As the district’s director of district operations he oversees the transportation, distribution and school services departments. That’s no small task.
Let us know what you think and which is your favorite.
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