Metroport Meals on Wheels is preparing for its annual golf tournament, slated for June 10 at Trophy Club Country Club, 500 Trophy Club Dr.But the wonderful folks over there need your help.If you have ever worked with a charity golf tournament, you know it takes a lot of volunteers to help make it a success. This tournament is one of the largest in our community. If you aren’t busy that day, please mark your calendar to help out.Because of its size, this tournament takes place on both of the Trophy Club Country Club’s golf courses, the Hogan and Whitworth courses, and it has two shotgun starts, one at 7:15 a.m. and one at 1:15 p.m. As you can see, that’s a lot of people making things happen.Last year, approximately $100,000 was raised to support this incredible organization. And this year, Metroport Meals on Wheels is trying to bust through that number.If you can help, go to the volunteer registration website at http://vols.pt/AP7TGy and enter your email. You won’t have to register. Just enter your email and pick your desired shift. The website will send you an automated confirmation and reminders.If your school requires community service hours, this is a great way to get those locked in for next year.If you are a golfer, be sure to take advantage of the $50 early bird registration available until April 15.If you register a team by April 15 you can save $50 off the registration fee. The early discounted team fee is $200, which includes your choice of gift from the Premium Callaway Gift Salon, prizes, raffles and food. For $50 more, you can purchase a Super Ticket, valued at $400, which includes a complimentary Round of Golf for 4 at Trophy Club Country Club, two mulligans, entry in the putting contest (three putts), three raffle tickets and an Edwin Watts Golf swing analysis.Registration is easy. Go to the Metroport Meals on Wheels website, www.metroportmow.org, and click on the 22nd Annual Golf Tournament logo on the lower left hand side of the page. That will take you to the tournament website, where you can get more information and register. For more information call Karen Malone at 817-491-1141.German students win awardThree cheers to some amazing Covenant Christian Academy German students.On Feb. 23, students from the school competed at the state German contest in Austin. Out of the 10 categories that they competed in, five students were Top Ten winners in seven categories.Top Ten winners were Emma Snyder in directed dialogue and grammar, Hannah Gooden in directed dialogue and spelling, Jessica Butcher in spelling, Josias Pincay in reading comprehension and sight reading and Chloe Snyder in extemporaneous speaking and listening comprehension. Other participants in the state contest were Stacy Frazer and Mary Williams.