The Mostyn Moreno Foundation is hosting a screening of the DreamWorks movie, “How To Train Your Dragon” at the Children’s Museum of Houston.

HOUSTON — The Glenda Jean Mostyn and Joe E. Moreno Educational Foundation (Mostyn Moreno Foundation) and ReelAbilities: Houston Disabilities Film Festival 2014 are co-hosting a free screening of Dream Works’ “How to Train Your Dragon” on Sunday, February 9th at the Children’s Museum of Houston.

Admission to the 1:00 p.m. showing is free but attendees are requested to make a reservation. Along with the movie, registered guests will also have free admission to the Children’s Museum after the screening. Special appearances will be made by Smash the Horse of the Houston Mounted Patrol. Vouchers for free cookies and milk from the museum café will also be distributed to registered guests. Each guest will also receive a rubber bracelet with bearing the phrase, “Level the Playing Field”.

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With Christmas just twenty days away, the shopping is underway, and while most of us are shopping for gifts for others, today some kids from the St. Louis School in Tyler got to go shopping for themselves. KLTV 7′s Danielle Capper went along as they filled their carts, had fun, and learned something along the way. With a wish list and a shopping cart, the 95 students from the St. Louis School were off. With their teacher’s help, many picked out just what they wanted for Christmas.

Austin Bradley showed us his treasures. “A CD, and some pajamas.”

With toys, clothes, blankets – each got to spend fifty dollars on whatever they wanted.

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Houston, TX – The Mostyn Moreno Foundation announced today the selection of Port Arthur’s Monte Osburn as the organization’s new Executive Director Mr. Osburn will assist the foundation’s creators, Houston attorneys Steve and Amber Mostyn, in their mission to improve the lives of needy children across East Texas and greater Gulf Coast region.

Osburn brings extensive knowledge of issues related to children, education, the disabled community, and non-profit leadership to the Mostyn Moreno Foundation. For over 21 years, Mr. Osburn has worked as a licensed child care administrator providing services to hundreds of abused, neglected, and disabled children from across the state. He was most recently the Executive Director of Hughen Center in Port Arthur, Texas.

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By Kathleen Stanfill Freelance writer | Jacksonville Daily Progress The Jacksonville Daily Progress

Tue Dec 07, 2010, 07:33 PM CST

The Glenda Jean Mostyn & Joe E. Moreno Foundation Annual Christmas Lights Program brought an early Christmas to students enrolled in JISD’s program for special needs children.

An annual gift from the Foundation, the students are treated to a $50 shopping spree and traditional lunch with family, staff and teachers invited to attend. Last Thursday, school buses lined Austin and Commerce Streets as children were shuttled, along with aides and teachers, from their Wal-Mart shopping experience to the Norman Activity Center luncheon and a special visit from Santa.

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