KJZT Family Life supports Catholic Schools and believes that all children should have access to a Catholic education. To aid in this, KJZT Family Life has developed a Catholic School Tuition Benefit for KJZT members who attend Catholic Schools. This is an annual benefit that will provide 100 grants of $125 each to students attending Catholic Schools.
KJZT Family Fun Day - North will take place on November 3, 2019 in Ennis, TX. There will be reserved space for KJZT Family Life at All Star Bowl. Come join us for door prizes, fellowship, time sharing the Czech language, to bowl, play laser tag or arcade games, or just come to watch and visit! Open to all KJZT members and their immediate families.
KJZT Society No. 104 Abbott Juniors and KJZT Society No. 16 Ennis Juniors participated in the Texas Ramp Project this past weekend! The Juniors woke up early on Saturday to join together and build a ramp for someone in their community. The Texas Ramp Project works to build wheelchair ramps for people who are in need and cannot afford them.
KJZT Family Life is honored and pleased to introduce our 2019 Texans Of Czech Ancestry (TOCA) honoree, Anne Wick. Anne personifies the Czech Heritage with her love for song, dance, and her pride in the Czech language. She demonstrates her passion for our heritage with her dedication to our Fraternal, and the time she gives teaching our junior members not only about our Heritage, but about the importance of our faith and family.
Splashway Waterpark is allowing an early entrance for our group for Mass with State Chaplain Father Gary Janak at 10 a.m. under the Pavilion. There will be a reserved area marked KJZT Family Life. Door prizes, fellowship, snacks, and the distribution of wristbands will follow Mass.
Progressive loss of kidney function over time is called chronic kidney disease, (CKD). Our kidneys remove waste from the blood into the urine which is essential to our overall health. The kidneys also play important roles in controlling blood pressure, maintaining proper chemistry balance, and making red blood cells. Chronic kidney disease which may affect 20 million people in the United States may interfere with any of these important processes.