City by City: Northeast Tarrant area

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ARGYLE

New mayor sends out first town newsletter

Argyle’s new town newsletter made its debut last month, reflecting new Mayor Peggy Krueger’s vision of increasing communication between residents and city officials.

The newsletter is mailed to every household and posted on the town website, www.argyletx.com.

“I am very passionate about having the community’s opinion expressed before any voting by the Town Council,” Krueger said in her opening newsletter remarks. “Community is my main focus as the mayor.”

The town’s website is also being redesigned, Krueger said .

— Shirley Jinkins

BEDFORD

Hospital’s endoscopy facility is recognized

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford has received national recognition from the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy for its commitment to patient safety, quality and practices in gastrointestinal endoscopy.

The hospital is the only Texas Health Resources facility to receive the distinction and among only a handful in Dallas-Fort Worth, said Dr. Jay Yepuri, medical director of its endoscopy and special procedures unit.

“This prestigious recognition means GI endoscopy at Texas Health HEB meets the highest evidence-based standards in terms of credentialing, patient care and infection control,” Yepuri said in a statement. “Patients can know all the board-certified gastroenterologists on the hospital’s medical staff practice according to the professional guidelines established by the ASGE.”

Information: www.TexasHealth.org/HEB.

— Shirley Jinkins

COLLEYVILLE

Ministry opens site for counseling, education

Joy Faith Ministries International has opened its new offices at 4121 Colleyville Blvd., Suites 1 and 9-12.

The nonprofit charitable organization established a year ago by pastors David and Joyce Thilges of Euless offers Christian counseling, deliverance and educational services.

The Christian counseling division offers individual, marriage and family counseling. School-age educational programs and adult tutoring, including English as a second language, are offered through Joy Faith Academy.

Information: 817-788-1212.

Region

Activities for lovers of outdoors at Cabela’s

Sports outfitter Cabela’s Fall Great Outdoor Days are Saturday and Sunday.

The Fort Worth store, at 12901 Cabelas Drive, will feature sales, guest appearances, seminars, family activities and more. Events will include:

• Jay Presti of Blue Collar Adventures on NBC Sports Outdoor Channel will be on hand each day from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. with giveaways and contests.

• Michael and Sonia Hendrick of Bullets & Broadheads on the Sportsman’s Channel will greet fans.

• Four-time Texas duck-calling champion Clint Johnson is hosting a workshop on Sunday at 1 p.m.

• Fort Worth Ducks Unlimited is hosting a beanbag tournament on Saturday at 9 a.m.

Information: cabelas.com/fortworth.

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