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Updated 06/09/13 04:47:42 PM

December 19, 2005 Schools
News from around GCISD Campuses
CHHS student artwork on display at Dallas Museum of Art.
Five Advanced Placement studio art students from Colleyville Heritage High will be recognized as part of the Young Masters Art Exhibition in January at the Dallas Museum of Art.
More GCISD News.

December 08, 2005 Grapevine
Grapevine City Manager Named
Interim City Manager gets call

Bruno Rumbelow has been named Grapevine’s City Manager. Rumbelow, 43, has worked for the City for 8 years, fist as Assistant City Manager and as Acting City Manager for the past six months. Prior to coming to Grapevine, he served as Assistant City Administrator of Fort Smith, Arkansas, City Manager of Texarkana, Arkansas, and City Administrator of Neodesha, Kansas. 

December 08, 2005 Grapevine
Grapevine Police Summary of Crime Dec. 5th & 6th.

December 07, 2005 Grapevine
Grapevine Police Department’s Santa Cops Program
The Grapevine Police Department is hosting its annual Santa Cops Program. The Grapevine Santa Cops sole purpose is to provide a Christmas for children who would not have one otherwise. The toys are given to economically disadvantaged children in the community. 

December 03, 2005 Grapevine
Parade of lights, hundreds of participants, thousands of spectators!

November 29, 2005 Grapevine
Christmas in Texas with the Grapevine Opry at the Palace Theater
Sing before your supper this Friday evening, December 2, at the Palace Theatre, 300 S. Main Street, in Grapevine. The Palace Arts Center Committee, in conjunction with the Grapevine Heritage Foundation, presents "Christmas in Texas" which includes a concert followed by dinner.

November 29, 2005 Grapevine
Holiday festivities now illuminating Grapevine's Historical Main Street..parade is December 1st
Thousands of merrymakers will witness an enchanting display of over 100 colorfully lighted floats that will pass through historic downtown to the tune numerous marching bands playing holiday music during North Texas’ largest lighted Christmas parade, The Grapevine Parade of Lights. The parade begins at 7 p.m. on December 1 at Main St. and Vine St. and heads north on Main St. to Wall St. The parade is free and open to the public. 

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