The DragonRidge Member-Guest Tournament attracted golfers from around the Valley and the country to a golf experience that only DragonRidge can provide! Congratulations to these amazing winners of the 2019 Ladies Members-Guest Tournament. The “Merry Month of May” was also a record hit May 2–4.
The Men’s Member-Guest Tournament called “DragonSlayer” attracted a record crowd. DragonRidge Members invited guests to round out their teams for a weekend of golf, competition, camaraderie, fine dining, libations, prizes and trophies! Congratulations to the Overall Winners!
Ethel M. Chocolate was on hand for a chocolate tasting at the family-friendly prom. The Mash-Up King provided tunes to keep everyone dancing all night. Executive Director Marcie Smedley crowned Bob and Sandy Ellis, local philanthropists and generous library supporters, Prom King and Queen. They turned around and donated another $25,000 to Henderson Libraries!
Uptown Jungle is the ultimate indoor playground in Henderson. It's more than a trampoline park; it’s a city-style indoor playground metropolis that allows kids to enter into a world where they become a superhero, rock climber, explorer or even an uptown ninja warrior all inside a child-safe environment. 27 S. Stephanie St., Henderson, 702.882.5890
2019 marks the 75th anniversary of Henderson Libraries! And the good times keep rolling in with the block party. No rain was going to dampen these festivities. It just moved inside. The Raiders were represented as well as Henderson Police and Henderson Fire. Let's not forget the petting zoo and bounce house.
These lovely community-minded philanthropic ladies participated in the first members meeting. 100+ Women Who Care is a group of women who gather four times a year for a one-hour meeting to learn about local charities, and each donates a $100 check to a charity the group selects. This combined donation of $10,000 makes a real impact.
Safe Place sites are for homeless, abused, neglected and abandoned children and teens in need of immediate help and safety. With Henderson's three library locations with specially trained staff to assist youth in crisis, this brings the total number of Safe Places to 28. Locations also now display the universally recognized yellow and black diamond Safe Place sign at … Continued