Flower Mound, TX
Annette and Glen Doody, originally from Newfoundland, established Savory Bistro in August of 2013. With an executive team of the Doody’s son Neil and his wife Jenna, and their pit master, Nicole Davenport, the Doody’s established a bistro originally designed to be a take away high-end meals. “Sourcing is everything,” claims Annette as she cheerfully and delightfully educates each guest on her philosophy of food.
The menu features a seasonality which lends itself to keeping the menu fresh, simple and easy to prepare. For the take away guest, visitors visit the cooler and pick up simple-to-prepare ‘one dish’ meals, pastas, smoked meats, sides dishes, and soups. Oh wait, you will want to take a dessert with you. Most meats are slow roasted at least 12 hours. The brisket, pulled pork and short ribs feature meats without hormones or preservatives which originate right here in the south.
Annette and Glen credit their team with early success and acceptance in their market. Son Neil and daughter-in-law Jenna provide the foundation for fine meals and presentations while their nationally recognized Pit Master, Nichole placed second in Chopped – Pit Master. Texas Monthly BBQ interviewed Nichole for her culinary accomplishments. Flower Mound seems to attract several foodies and Savory hits the spot. Friday night waits often last 30 minutes but call ahead and get placed on the waiting list.
Welcome Annette and Glen Doody and your Savory team to the Canadian-American Chamber of Commerce.
The chamber proudly announces that From What2Why, lead by Marc-Andre Gagnon joined the chamber in the Small Business category. Marc-Andre, skilled executive and personal coach, mentor and leadership teacher, possesses over 30 years of business experience. He excels in building and leading teams, both domestically and internationally, in markets across North America, Europe and Asia. His business journey includes living in Europe and Asia for many years, while being driven by a passion for growth and leadership. He works with growth oriented people, businesses and organizations to help them build the bridge from what and where they are to who they want to become.
As a certified coach, speaker and leadership teacher in the John Maxwell Team, he delivers a wide variety of John Maxwell’s leadership and personal development programs to individuals and organizations.
Enabling a transformation and growth journey.
Strategic and personal goals setting.
Plan your way to actions and results
Now that Marc-Andre committed to chamber membership, please stay tuned for a special luncheon series lead by Marc-Andre that focuses on the aspects of great leaders of our time. We expect the series to occur at The Tower Club or the Fairmont Downtown, or at Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas in Las Colinas. Please stay tuned for valuable information on this series.
Canada and the Arctic region
The North is two-fifths of Canada’s land mass and two-thirds of its coastline, constituting an area of 3.5 million square kilometers. 111 700 Canadians live in Canada’s North. In 2009 the Government of Canada launched the Northern Strategy, followed by the Statement on Canada’s Arctic Foreign Policy in 2010 in order to respond to the opportunities and challenges for the Arctic region. Canada is taking action to advance its interests both domestically and internationally and to help unlock the North’s true potential: exercising sovereignty; promoting economic and social development; protecting our environmental heritage; and improving and devolving Northern governance. To read more, click Canada.
Please join Canadian-American Chamber of Commerce, Boxx Modular, Enbridge and other Chamber members in support of Earth Day Texas 2014 this weekend by visiting our exhibition located in space: 408.
Come celebrate the planet with us April 26-27 at Fair Park. The free festival has attracted more than 150,000 to Fair Park over the last three years and continues to grow as the world’s largest Earth Day celebration.
The event will feature more than 800 engaging exhibits at the Eco Expo, including over 200 businesses, 85 non-profits, 89 academic institutions and 50 government organizations. Attendees can learn cost-saving tips to go green at work, home and play.
Meet national environmental advocates CNN Hero of the Year Chad Pregracke, Ed Begley Jr., and David Mizejewski.
And enjoy tons of family-friendly fun including the Radio Disney Kid’s Zone, The Home Depot Sustainable Home & Garden Series, Texas Music Project, Energy Playground with seesaws and a human hamster wheel, Rocket Electrics Electric Bike Test Rides, and ride-alongs in electric and hybrid vehicles from BMW.
End the weekend with a FREE concert from The Polyphonic Spree at 6 p.m. on Sunday. Pick up wristbands for the concert on Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., in the Earth Day Texas indoor information booths at Fair Park.
The Canadian-American Chamber of Commerce with its members will present a first ever country pavilion at Earth Day Texas on April 26 and 27, 2014. Earth Day Texas, which became a statewide celebration of good stewardship of our earth’s natural resources, commences on Saturday, April 26 and ends Sunday, April 27. This free event continues from 10 Am till 6:00 PM daily. Click to view the Program Guide.
Earth Day Dallas, in its 43rd year, became Earth Day Texas for 2014 to signify a statewide identification with the responsibility we share in conserving and protecting our natural resources. Enbridge joined the CACC at the first ever Canada Pavilion to promote their commitment to responsible management of their resources. Enbridge manages oil pipelines, geothermal energy sites, wind farms and solar power plants across Canada and the U.S. Boxx Modular will also feature their bio-friendly temporary buildings for offices, classrooms and living quarters during the expo.
For more information on Earth Day Texas, please visit http://www.earthdaytx.org.
The Allen Americans will host the Brampton Beast in the first round of play-offs on Wednesday, April 2 and Thursday, April 3 in back to back home games. The best of seven winners will then advance to the semi-final for the 2013-14 CHL Season. Click on the image below to get a special deal on seats. Hope to see you out Wednesday night.
Irving, TX – Bob Bassen, former Dallas Star and Director of Alumni
The Dallas Stars Alumni Association is very excited to announce the Inaugural Community Chest Charity Game this March 22, 2014 immediately following the Stars game at the AAC. Fifteen Dallas Stars alumni have committed to playing alongside a selection of Youth Players from amongst your Hockey Associations. The goal is to raise funds for the Stryker Family, your Youth Hockey Associations and future community needs. The DSAA, with the generous support of the Dallas Stars, have laid the framework for a great day of hockey.
We now reach out to you, friends of the Stars alumni. By helping us to get the word out and build enthusiastic participation, your leadership will ensure an exciting event for all. Each of us as alumni, recognize that it is your heartfelt commitment to help the Stryker Family, Youth Hockey and our Communities that is key. Together as one hockey community, the DSAA Community Chest Charity Game will be a great success for this and many years to come.
Please find attached a “Stars Promo Flyer” PDF that may help encourage all to become a Fundraiser. Also with the help of FOX Sports, some of our key alumni participants have produced a short video to help you build excitement, http://www.Dallasstars.com/alumnigame, please share the link. You can donate and become a fundraiser from this same link. A $52 tax deductible donation receives a thank you gift of 2 tickets to the March 22 Stars game and Community Chest game following.
Please join the alumni and become a fundraiser and spread the word to all you friends and contacts.
You can also register to fundraise at Register to Fundraise<https://secure3.4agoodcause.com/dallas-stars-alumni-association/fundraisers/index.aspx>
Thank you all for your continued commitment to Youth Hockey. With your help the Community Chest Charity Game will be a key part of that effort for years to come.
Monday, February 10, 2014
Monday afternoon, the CACC attended a press conference at DFW Airport held to announce the new Automated Passport Control system. The system permits travelers from the US and Canada to arrive at DFW and use a kiosk device to clear customs more quickly. According to Ken Buchanan, DFW Airport executive vice president, “terminal D experienced a 66% growth in international travelers since 2008.” He continued to say, “some of our international passengers spent up to three hours waiting to clear customs and that is no way to greet our guests.”
Since the kiosks have been activated, overall wait times have been reduced by 20%. This number comes as only US and Canadian passport holders may use the system at this time. With the increase of foreign destinations and originations, the airport hopes to see the number of kiosks grow as well as the number of country passports the system will recognize and process. Eventually the system will be able recognize various visas and green cards but for the moment keys only off of passport data as passengers pass through the Dallas destination.
Still, as many passengers find out, the kiosks only operate in the Customs Hall in Terminal D. American Airlines, Air Canada and WestJet flights that originate in Canada clear US customs at the Canadian airport and land in either terminals A, B, C and E. Currently similar APCs can be found in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal. The purpose of the kiosk is to replace the US and Canadian declaration forms filled out by passengers as they move from one country to the other.