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Meals (and Kibbles) on Wheels

Meals (and Kibbles) on Wheels

When Meals on Wheels volunteers deliver food in Amarillo, they also make time for pats, belly rubs and a scratch behind their clients’ ears. That’s because the meal delivery service for homebound people now brings food to the clients’ pets. The service, called...

The First Female Rodeo Clown

The First Female Rodeo Clown

Growing up, Dixie Reger Mosley realized pretty early on that her life wasn’t like other kids her age. In fact, some people might say she had an unusual childhood. Dixie was born in Buffalo, Oklahoma, and eventually settled in Amarillo. She spent the majority of her...

Painting the West

Painting the West

Before decades of Western artwork could convince the exacting membership of the select Cowboy Artists of America that he was worthy to join them, Jack Sorenson first had to win over his late father, Jim. Both were not easy. To Jim, it just seemed like being an artist...

House Away from Home

House Away from Home

Located at 1501 Streit Drive, right across from Amarillo Botanical Gardens, the new 17,500-square-foot house has been designed specifically for the families it serves. “The most obvious design change from the previous RMHC home is the second story,” says architect...

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