Monthly Archives: July 2013
[Joseph Mancuso, PIO GIP Fellow] Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius, along with Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins and Commissioner Theresa Daniels, met with Dallas area community leaders in the Old Red Courthouse to discuss how best to … Continue reading
[Dallas, TX] – [Work is expected to begin this week on a series of improvements to the County’s Founders Plaza (this is the plaza that is east of the Records Building in downtown Dallas). As part of this work, a … Continue reading
[Dallas, TX] – [This year, on Wednesday, July 10th 2013 (tomorrow), the Dallas County Truancy Court will have a graduation celebration called NEXT LEVEL. This event will celebrate the accomplishments of a group of identified students who have completed the … Continue reading
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins honors service of “city leader,” declares July 27 to be “Pedro Aguirre Day”
Joseph Mancuso, PIO GIP Fellow A native of Dallas and a graduate of Texas A&M University, Pedro Aguirre is considered a city leader for Dallas. In honor of Aguirre’s accomplishments and in anticipation of his 80th birthday, Dallas County Judge … Continue reading
Joseph Mancuso, PIO GIP Fellow Claudia Jean Gipson, a Texas native, was recognized in front of the Dallas County Commissioners Court by Commissioner John Wiley Price for her 23 years of service as a Detention Service Officer with the Dallas … Continue reading
Commissioner John Wiley Price proclaims week of July 14 to be week of recognition for Dallas County correction professionals
Today in Commissioners Court, Commissioner John Wiley Price declared the week of July 14 through July 20 to be Probation, Parole, and Community Supervision week in honor of the work put forth by the Dallas County Community Supervision and Corrections … Continue reading
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins and Commissioner Elba Garcia thanks commitment and efforts of local business owner to public education
Joseph Mancuso, PIO GIP Fellow When Craig Schenkel heard that two Oak Cliff high schools, Sunset and Adamson, had budgetary constraints that made it difficult for the schools to fulfill their needs, Schenkel and his business partner stepped up. Dallas … Continue reading
Commissioner John Wiley Price praises House of Renewed Hope, D.A. in fight for justice for the wrongfully convicted!
The House of Renewed Hope is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was founded in 2010 by Christopher Scott to address the issue of wrongful conviction. Christopher Scott was wrongfully convicted, sentenced to life in prison and served nearly 13 years … Continue reading
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins praises international award winning Richardson high school senior for invention!
Dallas County Commissioners recognized the tremendous contributions to public health and innovation by Thabit Pulak, in Commissioners Court today. Thabit Pulak will be a senior at Richardson High School in the fall and will be representing his class as the … Continue reading
L-R: Dan Healy, CEO Civitas Captial Group; DC Judge Clay Jenkins Dallas, Texas – July 2, 2013 – Judge Jenkins traveled to Beijing Friday with Civitas Capital Group CEO Dan Healy to speak with Chinese investors about opportunities to make … Continue reading