The Keller Magazine

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“We have ‘family steakhouse night’ at home about once a week,” says Peter Mollett, owner of Smokin’ Texas Gourmet in Keller. “Part of our motto is ‘making homemade happen.’ We want people to be able to create restaurant quality food at home that’s simple.” At his Keller store, customers can pick up spice rubs, seasonings, sauces and everything needed for grilling this summer, along with crucial tips and advice.

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Lil’ Scrappers

Valentina and Camilla were born weighing less than two pounds each. Five months later, with great hospital care and plenty of prayers, they’ve proven to be fighters.

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May events and activities

1-26 This month’s public arts display is the annual Keller ISD Student Art Show. Each week features artwork by students in elementary through high school. Parent nights are Thursdays, May 4, 11, 18 and 25; 5-7 p.m. The first three weeks are elementary, intermediate and middle schools; the fourth week is high school artwork. Dates for specific campuses are listed on the city website. Keller Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Parkway, 817-743-4000,

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Simply the best

So easy, anyone can do it. That’s how we’re describing the instructions for the dessert several in our K Magazine office have called “the BEST Dessert in the World.”

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Education Equation

This year’s “Rooted 2017 Gala” raised over $200,000 for the Keller ISD Education Foundation. Held at Marriott Champions Circle on Saturday, April 1, over 350 guests enjoyed dinner, live and silent auctions, and a wine pull. District teachers of the year were recognized and the Timber Creek High School Jazz Band delighted guests. Money raised helps the foundation provide the district with educational grants and equipment purchases not possible within the budget.

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Ladies to lean on

The Greater Keller Women’s Club hosted their annual Garden of Roses fundraiser Saturday, April 1. Over 320 people attended the event at Texas Motor Speedway, which began with brunch and included a Chico’s fashion show, raffle, live and silent auctions. Over $58,000 in proceeds will be used to fund scholarships for Keller ISD seniors as well as grant money for several worthwhile local nonprofit organizations.

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Property Trends

Buying and selling real estate in Keller and neighboring cities is “a good market, but a stressful one,” says Jackie Black, broker/owner of Texas Best Properties with nearly 20 years in the business.

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The K-List

Eight-year-old Connor Genteman loves cars. And just like any car aficionado, Connor loves car shows — Down syndrome doesn’t hold him back. So when Connor’s parents, Ty and Lydia, wanted to raise both awareness of Down syndrome and the need for inclusion of special needs children, they thought of nothing better than hosting a car show. Proceeds from the 4th annual Connors Car Show, to be held Saturday, April 22, from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Keller Town Hall will benefit three worthwhile organizations serving children with special needs: Down Syndrome Partnership, Cook Children’s Medical Center and White Bridle Therapeutic Partnership. Last year, $52,000 was raised and 500 cars were on display. This year, 700 car entries are expected. Additionally, weekly cable television show “The Car Guy Show” will be in town, filming the event. For more information, visit

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Part of the family

True dog lovers see our furry companions as more than just house pets. Call us crazy, but we see our beloved pups as family members who deserve to be included in family photos for holiday cards, taken on vacation and brought along to hang out on the sidelines at our kids’ soccer games.

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From the ground up

Dallas-Fort Worth area property values are on the rise and many homeowners are choosing to build rather than purchase an existing home. We asked two people — a builder and a new homeowner — to share a behind-the-scenes look at the homebuilding process.

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