The Tarrant County Homeless Coalition is hosting Mulligans for the Homeless at Whiskey Ranch at Firestone & Robertson Distillery on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019.
Mulligans supports the Homeless Coalition’s efforts coordinate the community response to homelessness and move toward achieving the vision of a community where every individual has a Place to Call Home and the resources to live their best life, the organization said in a news release.
The tournament offers a unique opportunity to play at Whiskey Ranch, a course not open to the public. Firestone & Robertson Distillery is the largest distillery west of the Mississippi and is located on the former grounds of the historic Glen Garden Country Club, a Fort Worth landmark.
Foursomes are available for $500 and half teams for $300. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.
For more information and to register online: http://bit.ly/MULLIGANS
TCHC’s purpose is to coordinate the community response to homelessness. In 2018, TCHC served more than 35 agencies with nearly 300 staff members, who provided over 21,000 services for those who are experiencing homelessness in the community.
Mulligans for the Homeless Golf Tournament
Monday, Oct. 21
Registration at 11 a.m.; Shotgun start at 1 p.m.
Whiskey Ranch at F&R Distillery
4250 Mitchell Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76119
WOMEN’S POLICY FORUM SYMPOSIUM ON GENDER EQUITY
The Women’s Policy Forum Foundation will host its sixth annual Emerging Issues Symposium on Friday, Oct. 18 from 7:30-11:30 a.m. at ACH Child and Family Services.
The program “Glass Ceilings|Glass Floors: Breaking Through for Gender Equity” will feature Judy Hoberman as keynote speaker, the organization said in a news release.
Hoberman is an international speaker, trainer, executive coach, author, radio show host and mentor, with more than 30 years of award-winning experience in sales and leadership.
She is a frequent media guest and hosts the weekly radio show Selling In A Skirt on iHeartRadio.
Hoberman is the author of four business books, including Selling In A Skirt about sales and Walking on the Glass Floor about leadership.
Her website is www.walkingontheglassfloor.com for more information about her radio show, books, and other pursuits.
Following Hoberman’s keynote speech, an interactive audience survey will be conducted to assess attitudes and experiences involving gender equity. Continuing to address this topic are the following additional speakers:
Lesa B. Roe, Chancellor and CEO, University of North Texas System, and Christopher Plumlee, Co-founder and President of ELEVATE Strategy Group.
There also will be a panel discussion with Plumlee and Matthew Smith, a sales and executive leadership consultant, and Tracy Green, the owner of TinMan Enterprises.
Individual tickets are $40 which includes a breakfast.
Registration is available at www.womenspolicyforum.org/symposium
Sponsorships offer the opportunity for organizations to join leading business, civic and nonprofit leaders to network, examine important policy questions and develop strategies for addressing the most pressing issues facing Tarrant County women.
Sponsors are also guaranteed reserved seats to this event that is likely to sell out.
For more information, visit: www.womenspolicyforum.org
The Women’s Policy Forum of Tarrant County is an organization of influential women who investigate and support policies and initiatives that will effect positive change for Tarrant County women and our community, the news release said.
LINEAR LABS LAUNCHES NEW MICROMOBILITY MOTOR
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Linear Labs announced the launch Sept. 9 of the newest iteration of the company’s patented high-torque HET motor, created specifically for micromobility uses, including in the growing e-scooters market.
When tested, the HET provided 123 percent more torque compared to the Segway Ninebot ES4 motor, an industry-standard competitor, Linear Labs said in the announcement.
“Micromobility is the second phase of our production plan, which began with electric car propulsion and will soon be available to the HVAC and industrial industries,” said Brad Hunstable, founder and CEO of Fort Worth-based Linear Labs.
“We are now able to offer superior torque for yet another industry. The implications are staggering. The growing micromobility space is going to benefit from our developments not only in overall efficiency but in customer satisfaction, as well. These improvements in performance will benefit consumers with the ability for longer range and more power to climb steep grades in ways currently not feasible,” Hunstable said.
The HET tests produced peak torque of 38 Nm vs. the Segway’s 17 Nm. This is more than double the peak torque, adjusted for the same volumetric and mass power density, the news release said.
Linear Labs micromobility motor is scalable for other micro-applications, including HET motors scaled larger for e-bicycle and moped uses.
In support of this new technology, some of the brightest minds in venture capital have recently invested in Linear Labs, during a $4.5 million seed round led by Science Inc. and Kindred Ventures, with participation from investors Chris and Crystal Sacca, Saltwater Ventures, Dynamic Signal CEO Russ Fradin, and former Masergy CEO Chris MacFarland, as well as Ustream co-founder Dr. Gyula Feher, the company said in the news release.
Linear Labs is a smart electric motor company founded in 2014 to provide world-changing solutions for the electric power industry, the news release said.
STATE OF THE ARTS PRESENTS SPECIAL ON FORT WORTH’S PUBLIC ARTS PROGRAM
Art&Seek’s State of the Arts presents Making a Public Spectacle: Fort Worth’s Reenergized Public Art Program, with a reception to follow Friday, Sept. 27.
This one-hour discussion begins at 6 p.m. in the Kimbell Art Museum’s Pavilion Auditorium. Admission is free. No reservations are required.
Public art has the power to enliven and elevate civic spaces, provoke conversations, create social experiences that bind communities, drive tourism and spur the economy, the Kimbell said in a news release.
The updated Fort Worth Public Art Master Plan (2017) has city and community leadership poised for significant new artistic endeavors.
Learn more about proposals for iconic works of public art to be created for signature urban spaces – the first will be a high-tech video projection mapping piece on the newly restored Will Rogers Pioneer Tower.
Experts and program participants will discuss the vision for these compelling installations along with the triumphs and challenges experienced and expected, the news release said.
Moderator Jerome Weeks, senior arts reporter and producer for Art&Seek, will be joined by Doo Eun Choi, independent curator/invited curator of BIAN 2020 – International Digital Art Biennial; Benito Huerta, artist and professor at the University of Texas at Arlington; Melissa Konur, planning director, Downtown Fort Worth Inc.; and Karen Wiley, president/CEO, Arts Council of Fort Worth.
Following the panel, continue the discussion and discovery of Fort Worth public art at a reception presented in collaboration with Fort Worth’s Art Tooth at 7 p.m. Art Tooth is a local, artist-run nonprofit hybrid gallery project that develops innovative partnerships between artists, cultural spaces and local businesses.
– FWBP Staff