During Restaurant Week, which runs from Friday through March 14, Las Vegas residents and visitors can take advantage of special discounted menus at local dining spots and benefit Three Square food bank, which will receive a set amount for every menu sold.
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People waiting in the line at Henderson food banks might be coming for the promise of meeting their family’s needs. But sometimes, it’s more than that. “It’s not just giving people food, it’s about giving hope,” said Ed Bruning, pastor at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 59 Lynn Lane. “Sometimes people just need hope to help them get through life.”
Whether it’s a problem with a neighbor’s tree hanging into the yard or a dog constantly barking next door, the city of Henderson is offering a mediation service to help residents resolve problems.
After serving as a police officer, judge and philanthropist, Ken Proctor was recently honored by becoming the most recent namesake for a park in Henderson.
A routine plane ride may have changed the course of corporate philanthropy in Nevada.
Struggles often pave the road to success. NV Energy executive Tony Sanchez knows this, and sympathizes with children who don’t get enough to eat.
The Ashcroft family loves participating in the Henderson WinterFest Parade. Once the parade is over, the family loads up their float at least one more time to take it through the neighborhood on a Christmas caroling outing.
Daniela Calderon, a 17-year-old junior at Basic High School, was surprised Dec. 6 by the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which is granting her wish to travel to Japan in 2014.
After years of being chained by post-traumatic stress disorder, Iraq War veteran Tony Ray Silva found Freedom, an 18-month-old Golden Retriever.
Looking for a festive activity? Head out to visit the holiday lights displayed throughout the city of Henderson.