BURLESONChurch’s golf fundraiser to benefit local charities The Nine Iron Club of St. Ann Catholic Church will hold its sixth annual golf tournament Oct. 12.Tee-off is at 1 p.m. at the church, 100 SW Alsbury Blvd.The tournament will be a four-man scramble. Individual fees are $65 per person, and $240 for a four man team.Fees include lunch and range balls. Cash prizes, raffles and door prizes will also be featured.Funds will benefit St. Ann Catholic Church and other charitable organizations in the community.For more information, contact Mike Hall at 817-426-5858. — Taylor PraterDECATURStock horse extravaganza to feature clinic, competitionThe Wise County Stock Horse Extravaganza is coming back to Decatur on Oct. 26 and Oct. 27.The two-day event will start with a stock horse clinic Oct. 26 at 9 a.m., featuring clinicians from four areas of stock horse competition, including working cow horse, stock horse trail, stock horse pleasure and reining.The stock horse competition starts at 8:30 a.m. Oct. 27 and will feature six divisions, including open, limited nonpro, nonpro, green horse, novice and youth.Top five all-around awards will be given to each division, as well as a $500 jackpot in the open division.A collegiate show will also be featured in nonpro, limited nonpro and novice.Pre-registration is due by Oct. 18 to avoid late fees. For more information, contact the Wise County Extension office at 940-627-3341. — Taylor Prater FORT WORTHDentistry group to provide free care for adults Oct. 11As part of the Dentistry From the Heart nonprofit organization, the Fort Worth Academy of General Dentistry will provide adults with free dental care Oct. 11.Dentistry From the Heart is dedicated to providing care to those without dental insurance. More than 200 annual events are held nationwide.The event will be held at 5720 Locke Ave. in Fort Worth.For more information, visit www.dentistryfromtheheart.org. — Taylor PraterLAKE WORTHLongtime resident self-publishes first bookPauline Ruffin, a Fort Worth-area resident since 1947, will hold a book-signing for her first self-published book, The Other One, on Saturday.The signing will be from 7 to 10 a.m. and 5 to 9 p.m. at Ginger Brown’s Restaurant in Lake Worth, 6312 Jacksboro Highway.Ruffin’s novel chronicles her thoughts and experiences of the Great Depression and her life as an educator in aircraft mechanics, a businesswoman, singer and more.The book is available on Kindle and through Amazon CreateSpace.For more information on the book, visit the store page at tiny.cc/OtherBook. — Taylor PraterSAGINAWFaith Tabernacle Assembly of God to hold fall festivalFaith Tabernacle Assembly of God Church will hold its Family Fun Festival on Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.Activities include games, a bounce house, petting zoo, hay ride, bake sale, free food and more.The event is open to the public at the church, 420 S. Blue Mound Road. For more information, visit www.faithtabernacleag.org. — Taylor Prater Library to hold annual fall book and bake saleThe Saginaw Library Boosters will hold their annual Fall Book and Bake Sale Fundraiser on Oct. 12.The fundraiser will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the John Ed Keeter Public Library, 355 W. McLeroy Blvd.All proceeds from the event will support the library’s programs and services. Library Boosters donate funds to support the library’s summer reading club, English as a second language and adult literacy program and more.Admission is free and the sale is open to the public. For more information, visit www.saginawlibrarytexas.org. — Taylor Prater Veterans to celebrate fall karaoke-style Friday nightVeterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion will present a karaoke and burger night fundraiser celebration Friday.The event will start at 7 p.m. at VFW Post 10374, found at 13825 U.S. 287.The American Legion will sell burgers, hot dogs, hot links, french fries and more. All are welcome to show off their karaoke skills.For more information, call 817-489-2001. — Taylor Prater WHITE SETTLEMENTSettlers Day Festival will offer citywide family funThe White Settlement Settlers Day Festival will feature a wide array of activities for people of all ages Oct. 19.The day starts with a parade at 10 a.m. and lasts until 6 p.m. at Central Park, 8902 George St.Activities will include a video game truck, karaoke, live music, a rock-climbing wall, hay ride, zip line and bounce houses.A trading post will offer crafts, jewelry, Tupperware a photo booth and more.A car and bike show will be featured for adults, as well as food vendors from CiCi’s Pizza, Kona Ice, Kettle Corn and more.For a list of other activities, and to learn more about the free event, call 817-246-6012. — Taylor Prater
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