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Computer troubleshooting Hardware & Software InStallatIon, repaIr & traInIng no problem too Small or too large neighborhood resident Don’t paniC. Call me, Dan neal 214-660-3733 stykidan@sbcglobal.net in the heart of Dallas offers One campus • Retirement apartments • Assisted living apartments • Skilled nursing care •24-hour long-term care Juliette Fowler Homes Inc. A Heritage of Caring since 1892 1234 Abrams Rd • Dallas TX 75214 214-827-0813 www.fowlerhomes.org License # 10085 $60/hr. minimum one hour NEWS & NOTES community SummErvillE aT lakElaNd HillS is offering “You Don’t Have to Live with Us for Us to Help,” a complimentary home- visit service for senior citizens. Healthcare professionals will visit senior citizens to help evaluate care needs, and find resources or referrals for other services. To arrange a visit or for more information, call 214.321.7300. PaSl, Parents and Advocates for Slower Learners is a non- profit organization that provides social opportunities for adult slow learners in our community. Visit pasldfw.com or contact Wade Mercer at WADE1@airmail.net for a list of monthly activities and to find out more information. making sense of investing anson v. sobers, aams Financial Advisor ® serving the Lake Highlands area 7215 Skillman St., Ste #310 Dallas, TX 214-342-0696 www.edwardjones.com EdwardJones making sense of investing omputer troubleshooting Hardware & Software InStallatIon, repaIr & traInIng no problem too Small or too large neighborhood resident Don’t paniC. Call me, Dan neal 214-660-3733 stykidan@sbcglobal.net in the heart of Dallas offers One campus • Retirement apartments • Assisted living apartments • Skilled nursing care •24-hour long-term care Juliette Fowler Homes Inc. A Heritage of Caring since 1892 1234 Abrams Rd • Dallas TX 75214 214-827-0813 www.fowlerhomes.org License # 10085 $60/hr. minimum one hour NEWS & NOTES community SummErvillE aT lakElaNd HillS is offering “You Don’t Have to Live with Us for Us to Help,” a complimentary home- visit service for senior citizens. Healthcare professionals will visit senior citizens to help evaluate care needs, and find resources or referrals for other services. To arrange a visit or for more information, call 214.321.7300. PaSl, Parents and Advocates for Slower Learners is a non- profit organization that provides social opportunities for adult slow learners in our community. Visit pasldfw.com or contact Wade Mercer at WADE1@airmail.net for a list of monthly activities and to find out more information. making sense of investing anson v. sobers, aams Financial Advisor ® serving the Lake Highlands area 7215 Skillman St., Ste #310 Dallas, TX 214-342-0696 www.edwardjones.com EdwardJones making sense of investing ® ® SOuTHErN mETHOdiST uNivErSiTy’S dEdmaN ScHOOl Of laW offers free one-hour tax consultations for anyone who can’t afford attorney services and is facing an IRS audit, appeal or collection process; involved in innocent spouse relief; or needing to resolve a past-due tax matter. To schedule a free consultation, call 214.768.2562 or visit smu. edu/law/taxclinic. The school’s small business clinic also is providing free legal services to new and existing small busi- nesses and nonprofit organizations that can’t afford to pay legal fees. For information, call 214.768.4935. TExaS cENTEr fOr THE PHySically imPairEd, an organi- zation founded by Lake Highlands resident Robert Langford, seeks donations of used computers and computer parts, which will be refurbished and then shipped free to visually impaired people. According to the organization, 3,200 com- puters have been donated to the visually impaired during the past five years. For information, visit handicapability. org or call 214.340.6328. caSa dE vida, a respite care program for caregivers of early onset Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, is offered weekly on Tuesdays from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at NorthPark Presbyterian Church, 9555 N. Central Expressway. It’s strictly a social program, with no medications or health care administered. Activities include morning snacks, exercise, bingo, crafts and music. A $10 fee covers the day’s program; application required. Call Ann Anderson at 972.783.8780 or Nick Harper at 214.349.6584 to apply or for information. Because there's every reason in our world to learn another language Spanish & English Language School Spanish Classes for Adults & Children Group & Private Sessions Available www.DallasSpanishHouse.com DallasSpanishHouse@gmail.com 214-826-4410 5740 Prospect Ave. #1000 (corner of Matilda and Prospect) THE PrESby PrESENTErS TOaSTmaSTErS group meets Thursdays from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, 8200 Walnut Hill. The non-profit public speaking club was founded to help members overcome public speaking fears and develop and enhance their lead- ership skills. Newcomers are welcome. Meeting rooms and lunch plans change weekly; contact Lynda Waters at 214.288.7959 or LyndaWaters@texashealth.org for infor- mation. lakE HigHlaNdS miliTary mOmS is a friendship and sup- port group for mothers with children currently serving in the military. For information, contact Rhonda Russell at lhmama1@yahoo.com. Tax Tip Bad News: Country Club monthly dues ae not deductible business expenses. Good News: entertaining clients there is deductible! • Tax Preparation • IRS Audit Representation • IRS Notice Resolution Your ProfessionalRemodeling Solution. 214.827.3747 cbConstructionCo.com 48 Design+Construction. • 20 years in the White Rock Lake Neighborhood Jack F. Lewis Jr., cpa jlewis@jlewiscpa.com 6301 Gaston Avenue, Suite 800 214-821-0829 OctOber 2009 advocatemag.com/lake-highlands cpa THE ExcHaNgE club Of lakE HigHlaNdS is compiling a list of names and military addresses of former Lake Highlands students serving in Iraq and Afghanistan in order to send supplies, phone cards and letters. Lake Highlands sol- diers currently serving overseas are Christopher Alexander, Matt Booth, Michael Edwards, Joshua Franks, Amy Hargis, Carl Holland, Tobias Henry, Andrew Hinshaw, Jeff Kramb, Wes Mullins, Brian Novy, James Rackler, Lee Russell Jr., Ledarrius Wade and Nicholas Yates. For updates visit lhex- changeclub.org and click on “Lake Highlands Military”. THE SPca Of TExaS runs an injured animal rescue ambu- lance service to help strays. SPCA responds to calls in our neighborhood from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. daily. Field officers will evaluate injured animals and take them to the SPCA, Highland Park Animal Clinic, or an emergency clinic for treat- ment. 214.651.7387. WHiTE rOck NEWcOmErS club meets at 10 a.m. the first Tuesday of each month at the Radisson Inn, LBJ Freeway and Jupiter. The group welcomes visitors and newcomers. Call Gladys Innocente at 214-348-4825 or Pauline Ellis at 214-348-0229 to make a reservation. Full-Day Preschool Coming in Jan. 2010!

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Summerville at Lakeland Hills is offering “You Don’t Have to Live with Us for Us to Help,” a complimentary homevisit service for senior citizens. Healthcare professionals will visit senior citizens to help evaluate care needs, and find resources or referrals for other services. To arrange a visit or for more information, call 214.321.7300. PASL, Parents and Advocates for Slower Learners is a nonprofit organization that provides social opportunities for adult slow learners in our community. Visit pasldfw.com or contact Wade Mercer at WADE1@airmail.net for a list of monthly activities and to find out more information.

Southern Metho dist University’s De dman Schoo l of Law offers free one-hour tax consultations for anyone who can’t afford attorney services and is facing an IRS audit, appeal or collection process; involved in innocent spouse relief; or needing to resolve a past-due tax matter. To schedule a free consultation, call 214.768.2562 or visit smu.

Edu/law/taxclinic. The school’s small business clinic also is providing free legal services to new and existing small businesses and nonprofit organizations that can’t afford to pay legal fees. For information, call 214.768.4935. Texas Center for the Physically Impaired, an organization founded by Lake Highlands resident Robert Langford, seeks donations of used computers and computer parts, which will be refurbished and then shipped free to visually impaired people. According to the organization, 3,200 computers have been donated to the visually impaired during the past five years. For information, visit handicapability.

Org or call 214.340.6328. Casa de Vida, a respite care program for caregivers of early onset Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, is offered weekly on Tuesdays from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at NorthPark Presbyterian Church, 9555 N. Central Expressway. It’s strictly a social program, with no medications or health care administered. Activities include morning snacks, exercise, bingo, crafts and music. A $10 fee covers the day’s program; application required. Call Ann Anderson at 972.783.8780 or Nick Harper at 214.349.6584 to apply or for information.

The Pres by Presente rs Toastmasters group meets Thursdays from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, 8200 Walnut Hill. The non-profit public speaking club was founded to help members overcome public speaking fears and develop and enhance their leadership skills. Newcomers are welcome. Meeting rooms and lunch plans change weekly; contact Lynda Waters at

214. 288.7959 or LyndaWaters@texashealth.org for information.

Lake Highlands Military Mo ms is a friendship and support group for mothers with children currently serving in the military. For information, contact Rhonda Russell at lhmama1@yahoo.com. The Exchange Club of Lake Highlands is compiling a list of names and military addresses of former Lake Highlands students serving in Iraq and Afghanistan in order to send supplies, phone cards and letters. Lake Highlands soldiers currently serving overseas are Christopher Alexander, Matt Booth, Michael Edwards, Joshua Franks, Amy Hargis, Carl Holland, Tobias Henry, Andrew Hinshaw, Jeff Kramb, Wes Mullins, Brian Novy, James Rackler, Lee Russell Jr., Ledarrius Wade and Nicholas Yates. For updates visit lhexchangeclub.

Org and click on “Lake Highlands Military”.

The SPCA of Texas runs an injured animal rescue ambulance service to help strays. SPCA responds to calls in our neighborhood from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. daily. Field officers will evaluate injured animals and take them to the SPCA, Highland Park Animal Clinic, or an emergency clinic for treatment.

214. 651.7387. White Rock New comers Club meets at 10 a.m. the first Tuesday of each month at the Radisson Inn, LBJ Freeway and Jupiter. The group welcomes visitors and newcomers.

Call Gladys Innocente at 214-348-4825 or Pauline Ellis at 214-348-0229 to make a reservation.

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