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“Have a Heart” Open House

Women’s History and Culture Center hosted “Have a Heart” Open House, featuring “Mesquite Café” Blues Band – Live Music! The community came and looked for heart rocks to enter for prizes, and listened to music while touring the Center. Snacks and fresh lemonade rounded off a great day, with Showgirls and Volunteer Greeters to brighten …

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Mesa Valley Estates

Our friends from Mesa Valley Estates made their monthly visit to the Center. We celebrated the Spring weather with bubbles on our beautiful plaza, and then Christine Picior gave a wonderful talk about her experiences in India. We are blessed in Mesquite to have such a well-traveled and diverse community! The ladies loved it!

“Non-Profits Unite”

Mesquite Chamber of Commerce hosted “Non-Profits Unite” at the Women’s History & Culture Center. A successful gathering of great minds in the greater Mesquite area!!

Decorate Saxon the Suffrage Cat

The “Decorate Saxon the Suffrage Cat” Contest was a great success this year. We added adults to the list of qualified entrants, and the creativity sure came out! We gathered to award cash prizes to the winners, and a 5+ foot cat tree for Best in Show! Enjoy the photos and see “IN THE NEWS” …

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Preen Your Pet Contest/Fundraiser

Here you will find all the Descriptions of the pets that were entered in our Women’s History and Culture Center 2022 Preen Your Pet Contest/Fundraiser. These descriptions were provided by the owners that entered their beloved pets. (Not all entrants gave a description) Enjoy!

City Council

(Jean, Carol & Rosealee) appeared at City Council to present the beneficiaries of the Women’s History and Culture Center 2022 Preen Your Pet Calendar Contest/Fundraiser their donations. These donations were a result of the registrations of all the pets in the contest and the votes that came in throughout the month of June. Three local …

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Mural Progress

The progress on our mural continues. It’s a duplicate of the 100 year Women’s Suffrage license plate, commemorating women’s right to vote! Thanks so much, Annie Black for including us in further beautifying Mesquite! Also pictured here are Jolene Averett, Ashley Oliver, The Progress reporter, Amy Davis, and Carol Xue Burke Saldivar and last but …

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