By Karina Barrentine University of Arizona College of Engineering Irving students with Dean Goldberg. Promising young engineers-to-be from across the country, a select few donning well-worn, hard-earned hard hats, headed home from the 2013 University of Arizona mining engineering camp in late June with big ideas about the world of mining and one step closer to pursuing careers in the … Read More
Students from The Front Nine golf program helping special needs kids through the Miracle League, a very special baseball program. The Front Nine is a nonprofit Golf and Leadership program for “At Risk” kids in Irving, TX (in partnership with The First Tee and Irving YMCA.
The First Tee at Hackberry Creek and the Irving YMCA
Tuesday afternoon, August 10, 2010 found all Irving Independent School District middle school and high school counselors at The Main Place for a presentation and tour of the facility. The 6,000-sq ft boutique, which houses brand new clothing for teens who are homeless or in need, is now part of La Buena Vida Foundation’s Playing Through Initiative. Founded and supported … Read More
The logomark for the La Buena Vida Foundation starts with a circle (the golf ball), surrounded by the “green,” and the world beyond. The logo perfectly echoes the roots of our organization: While the idea for the Foundation took root on the course, it has quickly grown to be about much more than the game. The La Buena Vida Foundation … Read More