Welcome to Life in Castle Hills

Kelly Murray, Publisher & Editor
kelly@murray-media.com
972.899.3637

It is our pleasure to welcome you to Life in Castle Hills Magazine. Inside these pages, you will find a variety of family and community articles highlighting life in your neighborhood. Featuring family-friendly, feel-good content with high visual appeal, Life in Castle Hills will bring home the stories of the men, women, children and businesses which you see every day in your life.

As parents of four energetic children, we are active in our own community so we know what it means to be able to get to know your neighbors and surroundings, and how important it is to enjoy the place in which you have chosen to live your life. Staying in touch with your community enhances self-esteem, confidence, and creates a sense of ‘family’ that not all neighborhoods are blessed to experience. Being involved where you live enhances your life in ways you don’t realize, until you find a place like Castle Hills, where you can really feel ‘at home’. Residents can look forward to receiving Life in Castle Hills magazine the third weekend of each month. We want you to feel as though it is your magazine. Readers will find lots of local events and news, plus sections like Community Events, Local Business Spotlights, School News, Community Sports, Castle Hills Exclusive News and more.

Life in Castle Hills would not be possible without the support of our advertisers. In their efforts to support our local community and its residents we are able to bring you this publication, so please offer them your support as you shop for products and services in the area. Let them know that you saw them in Life in Castle Hills.

We welcome your feedback, family/company photos and story ideas so please send them to artwork@murray-media.com.
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