This holiday season, AYA Medical Spa Dallas will be collecting non-perishable food items to support the North Texas Food Bank.  From November 1 through the end of December, patients and new clients who bring in items to donate will receive 20% off of services. Requested items include: mini trail mix bags, peanut butter, shelf-stable milk (unflavored 8 oz cans), canned fruits, low-sodium canned vegetables, and canned tuna or chicken (5 oz cans). Please do not donate any items in glass containers.  We hope you will join AYA to ensure good health for those in need! To learn more about North Texas Food Bank and requested items, visit

AYA™ Medical Spa has been providing its patients with award-winning cosmetic treatments and medical-grade skin care products for more than 15 years at its locations in Dallas and Atlanta. Under the direction of Dr. William P. Adams, Jr., the AYA Dallas team consists of expertly trained licensed estheticians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants that use the most up-to-date cosmetic technology available to help patients treat common aesthetic concerns including: wrinkles, sun damage, excess hair, and more. By offering a full menu of medically focused skin care services for all skin types within a soothing, spa-like environment, AYA™ Medical Spa stands apart from other medical spas in the Dallas, Texas and surrounding Park Cities area. For more information, visit or call (469) 202-4478.           


CC Young, a premier, non-profit senior living community near White Rock Lake, will celebrate its Centennial in 2022. This special anniversary will celebrate CC Young’s legacy and achievement since receiving its charter as a home for the elderly in 1922. Since then, CC Young’s mission continues to be the same…serving others and fostering premier environments where every life at every age is valued and enriched.

Throughout its rich history, CC Young’s campus and programs have had a tremendous impact on individuals, families, partner organizations and the local community. CC Young is asking the public to help by sharing historical photos, articles, memories and connections. Whether you had a family member who lived at CC Young, a friend you visited on campus, or a special memory of the campus during your time in Dallas, we want to hear from you!  CC Young will showcase its incredible history throughout the Centennial, and we invite our friends, family and community to help us celebrate this milestone!

Submissions are welcome through email or snail mail, and we request submissions by Wednesday, December 15, 2021. You may reach us by email at, or if you prefer to mail memorabilia, please send to: CC Young Centennial, 4847 W Lawther Dr. #100, Dallas, Texas 75214. Please be sure to include personal information (name, phone number and email) so we may reach you with any questions or for additional detail. Please contact us at with any questions.

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Competitive New Service Features End-to-End Encryption, Premium Audio & Video,

and a Simple User-Friendly Experience


Are you fatigued by the outdated, unsecure video conferencing options available today? Worried your personal and business conversations aren’t truly secure? Well, move over Zoom and meet Beacon®. Now available, Beacon is a revolutionary video and voice conferencing platform that is the first of its kind with end-to-end encryption and focused on privacy, security and user experience – foundational elements of the multi-billion-dollar videogame industry on which Beacon was created – that will change the way we work, live and communicate.

As the global Coronavirus outbreak forced people around the world to work from home, video and voice conferencing use skyrocketed. This sudden increase in use exposed security gaps and allowed unauthorized access to customer data, which according to BleepingComputer, resulted in “over 500,000 Zoom accounts being sold on the dark web and hacker forums for less than a penny each, and in some cases, given away for free.”

“Video and voice conferencing industries have been forced into accelerated growth, although existing platforms have a surprising disregard for privacy and security and little concern for user experience,” said Angel Munoz, developer of Beacon and founder/CEO of Mass Luminosity, a Dallas-based global technology, research and development company. “Beacon was designed to augment natural interaction through exceptional video and voice communication, while safeguarding confidentiality and protecting user identity. Based on the same augmented reality seen in video games, Beacon pushes technology to the max making you feel as though you are in the same room with another person...getting you as close to a real experience as possible.”

Recognized as the father of modern esports, Munoz and his team created Beacon with a mission to integrate people into augmented environments and built it from the ground up on three core principles: security, quality and simplicity. “It will change your perception of what video communication should look and sound like, with security measures that leave others in the dust. Beacon was developed with human perception in mind and a purpose of bringing people together in a way that has truly never been seen before,” Munoz added.

With particular application for numerous industries, including the finance, government, medical and legal communities, Beacon offers instant connection and reconnection, Ultra HD video, 3D binaural audio, widescreen aspect ratio, higher resolution and frames per second, color saturation, a plethora of interactive tools, and a patented transfer technology that rivals competitors with its four-second connect speed. It is simple to use with just one click in a web browser, making it accessible to everyone from students to CEOs. Beacon’s state-of-the-art encryption guards communication, ensuring confidentiality and protecting it from prying eyes. Even more unique is Beacon’s ability to instantly translate in up to 82 languages.

“We interact daily with many communications and commerce systems. The clarity and security of these solutions are paramount to our effectiveness and success.  We are privileged to represent Mass Luminosity, which has developed Beacon—a proprietary, next-generation, fully integrated communication, commerce, and streaming platform that delivers a private, secure, in-the-room experience. We are using it ourselves, and it has materially enhanced our impact,” says Richard Ornitz, Chairman of Infralinx.

Beacon is perfect for those seeking a unique experience, from casual users to enterprise champions. Available now is Beacon X, which allows unlimited free conferencing for up to six users. Additional plans rolling out later this year include: Beacon PLUS, a premium version for up to 25 users at $4.95/month, and Beacon MAX, which will allow up to 100 users and voice calling for $14.95/month. For more information, visit

To celebrate the launch, Beacon created a global giveaway, named Beacon® INFINITE, offering 85 secondary prizes and a sensational grand prize, a 2022 Tesla Model 3 valued at $40,000. To register, visit


About Mass Luminosity (Creator of Beacon)

Beacon Technologies is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mass Luminosity, which was launched in 2011 as a global research, development and technology company seamlessly integrating people into augmented environments. Mass Luminosity is known for its gaming social network, GTribe, that has over five million members. Mass Luminosity is led by its founder and CEO, Angel Munoz, who joined the videogame industry in 1995 after a career in investment banking. Munoz spearheaded the global esports industry by launching the world’s first professional league for video gamers. For more information, visit


Many of Dallas’ most influential business and civic leaders recently gathered to support Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep’s inaugural fall fundraiser, Grove to Grove. Last month, Honorary Event Chairs Carolyn and Jere Thompson, Co-Chairs Karen and Mark Carney and additional host committee members attended a private reception at the home of event Co-Chairs Patty and Mark Langdale where school leaders and students shared insights on the positive influence Cristo Rey Dallas is having on its surrounding community of Pleasant Grove and the immeasurable impact the event will have on its students’ future.

Grove to Grove will take place Friday, September 23, 2016 at 3015 Trinity Groves and committee hosts, including Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, J.C. Penney CEO Marvin Ellison, incoming Crystal Charity Ball Chair Pam Perella and community volunteer Beth Thoele, have volunteered their time and talent leading up to the highly anticipated event. Funds raised throughout the evening, which will feature live entertainment, a seated dinner and silent auction, will directly benefit the students of Cristo Rey Dallas and provide the financing necessary for the enhancement of on-campus facilities.

“Cristo Rey Dallas is continuously striving to bridge the gap between north and south Dallas — between education and opportunity — and we are so grateful to all of the host committee members who have gathered here tonight and who so strongly believe in the work we’re doing,” said Cristo Rey Dallas President Kelby Woodard. “Grove to Grove is about fostering a relationship between our school community, the Pleasant Grove community, and members of the Dallas business community. But most importantly, the event will further Cristo Rey Dallas’ mission to enable our students to become men and women of purpose and service.”

In addition to Woodard, attendees heard from Cristo Rey Dallas Board Chairman Richard Joyner, Grove to Grove Co-Chairs Karen Carney and Patty Langdale and Cristo Rey Dallas students Lauren and Viviana, who thanked committee members for supporting a school that is helping them pursue their dreams. The high school freshmen also spoke about their experience at CBRE and Meadows, Collier, Reed, Cousins, Crouch & Ungerman through the school’s innovative Corporate Work Study Program. The model allows students to gain firsthand work experience at some of the country’s largest and most respected corporations. Through the program, partners like AT&T, Ernst & Young, Hunt Oil Group and KPMG cover 60 percent of students’ tuition costs and provide them with entry-level positions that teach participants invaluable skills and prepare them for a lifetime of leadership.

“It’s our hope that Grove to Grove will serve as a connecting point between our students and individuals in the Dallas business community who would like to be a part of the incredible work happening through this program,” said Cristo Rey Dallas Corporate Work Study Director Gunnar Rawlings. “We see remarkable transformations take place daily in the lives of students who participate in our Corporate Work Study Program. They are excited to learn. They are eager to better themselves. They are passionate about making a difference in their communities and using what they learn in the office and in the classroom to help others. Through Grove to Grove, Cristo Rey Dallas will be able to continue empowering these students to have a tremendous positive impact, not only on our city but on the world.”

For Grove to Grove sponsorship opportunities or additional information, please email Lisa Brunts at or visit

About Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep

Located in Pleasant Grove, Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep provides economically disadvantaged students of all faiths with a Catholic college preparatory education enabling them to become men and women of purpose and service. Through a rigorous curriculum, integrated with a hands-on professional work experience, students graduate ready to succeed in college and in life. Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep is endorsed by the School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND). To learn more about Cristo Rey Dallas, visit

About The Cristo Rey Network

The Cristo Rey Network is comprised of 30 high schools that provide a quality, Catholic, college preparatory education to urban young students who live in communities with limited educational options. Its mission is to transform urban America one student at a time. The schools utilize an innovative Corporate Work Study Program to help make private education affordable to student who might not otherwise have access to a quality education. To learn more about The Cristo Rey Network, visit To learn more about Cristo Rey Dallas, visit  


The Scots Baseball Club 14U Team won the Spring Slugfest Tournament going 5-0 during the weekend with very good weekend hitting, defense, and pitching!


(14U Team Spring Slugfest Tournament)


The 14U Team placed 2nd place in its first tournament this year, the TNT Spring Opener! The team played well going 3-2 on the weekend, losing the championship 6-5.


(14U Team TNT Spring Opener)



USSSA "Drop Bombs for Moms" at Craig Ranch in McKinney! On Saturday, May 14, 2016, the 15U Team beat the McKinney Broncos 2-0 and the Dallas Dodgers 7-6 to get the #1 seed. Sunday morning the team played the Frisco Aces in the semifinal and beat them 2-1 with a walk off hit in the bottom of the 7th. In the championship the team played the Arlington Mustangs, and were down 4-1 going into the last inning, but were able to tie it to force extra innings. The team won 6-5!


(15U Team "Drop Bombs for Moms")


ABOUT SCOTS BASEBALL CLUB: The Scots Baseball Club is a volunteer not-for-profit organization committed to providing the Park Cities and surrounding area youth with a positive and rewarding select level baseball experience. We provide professional coaches who teach the fundamentals of baseball while developing character, teamwork and sportsmanship. The Club supports select teams in age groups 6U-18U. For more information, please visit



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The SCOTS Baseball Club has announced that registration is now open and tryouts are underway for the fall 2016 season, which begins the last week in August and runs through October.  Any interested players aged 6U-14U or teams who would like to affiliate with the SCOTS Baseball Club are welcome.  Tryout dates and times vary, so please visit for more information.

SCOTS Baseball Club teams have access to Highland Park High School facilities, as practices are held at Scotland Yard and the Softball field or at the SCOTS Baseball Academy, a members-only training facility located in the Dallas Design District.

The Scots Baseball Club is a volunteer not-for-profit organization committed to providing the Park Cities and surrounding area youth with a positive and rewarding select level baseball experience. We provide professional coaches who teach the fundamentals of baseball while developing character, teamwork and sportsmanship. The Club supports select teams in age groups 6U-18U. For more information, please visit