Refresh BISD was held on Saturday, August 18, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Wiley G. Thomas Coliseum.
Because of Refresh:
- 2,500 BISD students received school supplies & backpacks
- Refresh served 25 BISD elementary and middle schools in Haltom City, NRH & Richland Hills
- There were 26 churches present, plus 51 business & civic groups
- 123 eye exams, 132 sports physicals & 278 haircuts were done at Refresh
- 618 volunteers were there & 26,310 lbs. of fresh produce were distributed to local families
The mission of Refresh is to mobilize people to connect families with the community for lasting transformation and Refresh aims to help Birdville families and schools all year long. Refresh is a program of the Community Enrichment Center (CEC) www.cec.org that supports their vision of breaking the cycle of poverty and family violence in Northeast Tarrant County.
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Hi-Line Tool is KHCB's Business of the quarter for 3Q 2018
3909 Broadway Ave. | Haltom City, TX 76137
Representatives from Keep Haltom City Beautiful and city staff joined City Council members Lin Thompson, Walter Grow and Bob Watkins to present Hi-Line Tool Company (HLTC) with the Business of the Quarter award for the third quarter of 2018.
Jeff Gunter, founder and owner, began his business in 1987 in a small garage. In 2015, he moved it to 3909 Broadway Ave. in Haltom City after buying the old Ferris Lighting building. After a year-long renovation, they are happy to be in their new location and looking forward to many more years in Haltom City.
Today HTLC employs 11 people and provide sales and warranty/repair services to the electric utility industry, the railroad industry, as well as street, fire and water departments. Thank you Hi-Line Tool Company for being committed to keeping your property clean and serving as an example for other businesses along this well-traveled thoroughfare in Haltom City.