REACT was honored and privileged to host the Appreciation Dinner for Spouses of Parker County Law Enforcement Officers. We recognized the fact that the law enforcement profession is facing troubling times and often the impact this may have on our law enforcement families is overlooked. With this in mind, we hosted the Appreciation Dinner to simply serve as an opportunity for the spouses of our law enforcement offices to get together.
We sincerely appreciate and thank Kathy Manning and Rhonda Welborn for speaking at the event. Thank you to North Side Baptist Church for allowing us to utilize their facility, and to the many businesses and individuals who contributed in making this event possible.
We are so very proud to have such wonderful volunteers giving of their time in so many ways! Thanks to all who helped out at the Ice Cream Social!
REACT hosted two parties this summer for the children involved with Crossroads Youth Ministries. Our volunteers enjoyed the parties just as much as the kiddos!
REACT volunteers were on-hand to help Freedom House with a game booth at the Weatherford Housing Authority Summer Festival held at Love Street Park.
REACT volunteers had a blast helping at the Weatherford Public Library Summer Reading Challenge Kick-Off Carnival!
Mayor Dennis Hooks read a proclamation naming the week of April 24th - 30th as Volunteer Appreciation Week at the May 10th City Council Meeting. REACT volunteers were honored to attend and be a part of the City Council meeting.
REACT volunteers where more than happy to provide a sandwich luncheon for Weatherford Police Department for National Police Week.
In recognition of National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, REACT volunteers made and delivered goodie baskets to some of our local emergency dispatchers.
REACT volunteers were honored to attend the 2016 Freedom House Balloon Vigil to promote victims' rights and honor crime victims and those who advocate on their behalf during Crime Victims' Rights Week.
REACT was one of several volunteer groups recognized at the April 16th City Council meeting where Mayor Pro-Tem Craig Swancy read a proclamation proclaiming the Week of April 12 – 18, 2015 as National Volunteer Week. Mayor Pro-Tem Swancy distributed City of Weatherford challenge coins to the volunteers as a symbol of the City’s appreciation of the many services volunteers provide to our community.
Following the City Council meeting, REACT treated our volunteers to dinner for National Volunteer Week.
Thanks so very much to all of our volunteers for your time and dedication in serving our community!
In recognition of National Telecommunications Week, REACT members made goodie baskets for our local emergency services dispatchers to thank them for the service they provide to our community.
Pictured are REACT President Sharon Hasley and Vice President Karen Ewell making baskets and presenting the baskets to Weatherford Police Dispatchers Michele Weldon and Robin Moore.