You’re Invited to Ebby’s FALL BAZAAR!

Join me on Tuesday, October 4th from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Ebby Halliday 190’s office in Richardson. We are having a Fall Bazaar with many vendors that you will love!

We will have:

La Foofaraw (Home Decor from downtown Plano)

Gail Fletcher (Clothing/Accessories)

Couture in a Can (Boutique Clothes in an Airstream Trailer)

Nancy Freid (Jewelry/Handbags)

Susan Jones Gifts (Holiday items/Gifts)

Phyllis Hayden (Fun Clothes/Accessories & Dallas Cowboys Attire)

The Gypsy Girls (Jewelry Made Out Of Old Baseballs)

Security Hangers (Hide Valuables In a Hanger)

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Get a head start on your holiday shopping or just shop for yourself! Either way, come out and see me. I will be looking for you!

-Dawn Redmond

Murphy businesses are the BEST!

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Murphy businesses are the best! A couple of weeks ago, Chi Zeta Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.®, a life-long community service organization that I am member of, shipped 488 pounds of hygiene supplies to help the flood victims in Baton Rouge, LA. We asked local area dentists, Walmart Super Store, Target and hotels to donate to the cause and they all answered the call by contributing hundreds of supplies to our collection.

While my group had a plan for gathering donations, we didn’t anticipate the expense of getting the items to Louisiana. I brought all the heavy boxes to the Murphy UPS Store and then they gave me an unexpected surprise. After finding out what I was doing, Josh, an employee at the UPS Store, told me that he understood the hard work that it takes to organize a donation drive. He had worked for over a month with his church to help displaced families when the tornado hit the Rowlett and Garland areas last December. Guess what he did? He blessed us with a money-saving discount on shipping costs!

I knew Murphy was a great place to live, but I learned something new about the UPS store and Walmart Superstore through this effort. Murphy-ites are fortunate to dwell in a supportive community where our local businesses care.

-Dawn Redmond