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Social Eyes: A Knock-Out Affair: Black-Tie Boxing set for Saturday

| |Sunday, Aug. 10, 2014

The event raises money for projects of the Mid-Cities Chapter of The Links.

Eyes on Arlington: Former Cowboy helping raise money for Boys & Girls Clubs youth programs

| |Wednesday, Aug. 06, 2014

Russell Maryland will be the honorary chair of the annual campaign.

Social Eyes: Black-tie boxing to raise money for disadvantaged youths

| |Sunday, Aug. 03, 2014

Proceeds will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Fort Worth.

Eyes on Arlington: Do you know your pecan trees?

| |Monday, Jul. 28, 2014

If so, the Friends of the O.S. Gray Natural Area can use your help.

Social Eyes: Most Good Music Festival on Sept. 6 features country music greats

Monday, Jul. 28, 2014

Country singers Stoney LaRue, Jack Ingram and Mike and the Moonpies will headline a big lineup of top names in country music at the Most Good Music Festival making its debut at Fort Worth’s Panther Island on Sept. 6. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Salvation Army.

Eyes on Arlington: July 31 kickoff party for Junior League’s Holiday Magic Gift Market

| |Monday, Jul. 21, 2014

Guests will dress casually and enjoy bottomless Rahr beer and food from some of Arlington’s favorite eateries.

Eyes on Arlington: Summer Soul Celebration to raise money for scholarships

| |Monday, Jul. 14, 2014

The event July 25 benefits the Arlington animal shelter and area students.

Social Eyes: American Cowboy Gala benefits two great charities

| |Monday, Jul. 14, 2014

It will be a spectacular evening of dining, a wine toast, auctions, a fantastic program and live musical entertainment on July 24 at the Cowtown Coliseum.

Social Eyes: Star-studded concert, festival raises funds for volunteer fire departments

| |Sunday, Jul. 06, 2014

The Buckets and Boots Foundation supports Palo Pinto County fire agencies.

Eyes on Arlington: Girls, Inc. of Tarrant County honored at national conference

| |Monday, Jul. 07, 2014

The club has grown from serving eight girls in a borrowed facility to serving 10,899 girls in 2013 throughout Tarrant County through two offices, in Fort Worth and Arlington, as well as many school-based programs.