Fort Worth Leadership Helping to Support Our Local Community

George Fassett and THUMBTECHS were a sponsoring agency in this year’s Tarrant County Spiritual Care Network annual Mayor’s Leadership Luncheon held on Thursday, December 8th at the Amon Carter Center at Lena Pope . The TCSCN is a non-profit organization that meets monthly with community from throughout Tarrant County to hear and discuss how local faith-based organizations, education and assistance organizations and churches have an impact on connecting faith and the community here in Fort Worth and Tarrant County.

These numerous organizations, which include peer groups, housing and food assistance, health and medical facilities, children and teen education, recovery centers, counseling and other religious organizations, work together to increase and support the spiritual health and well-being of the citizens in Fort Worth.

Mayor Betsy Price provided an encouraging commentary on her focus, as Fort Worth’s 44th Mayor, and her leadership in continuing to strengthening the efforts toward the education of its children in Fort Worth. Mayor Price’s strong support of the importance of education from kindergarten and up and is helping to cultivate supporting initiatives that enable parents, schools and communities to deliver high-quality education to Fort Worth’s children and teens.

The high importance put on the focus of educating our children will also result in bringing in businesses and families who re-locate to the Fort Worth and help to contribute positively on Fort Worth’s position as the 16th largest city in the United States.

The EMCEE for the annual luncheon was Miss Texas 2015, Shannon Sanderford, who also held the title of Miss Fort Worth in 2015 as well. Sharon shared her many stories of visiting with school-age children, which were among many of her 470 appearances and speaking engagements throughout her year of service as Miss Texas.

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