Apollo 11 Lands on the Moon.
Where you were on July 20, 1969?
Twenty-six former TIers and guests registered and braved the hot July night to attend the Shoot for the Moon event by Dallas author James Donovan. It was held at the Allen Public Library and dinner (topped off by a moon-shaped cake with craters!) was provided from their cafe. Most of us could remember watching a small, black-and-white TV screen and hearing, on July 20, 1969, "Houston, the Eagle has landed" -- and the world has not been the same since.
Even a dark and stormy day didn't prevent 85 TIAA members and guests from attending our Annual Meeting which was held at Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas on May 8, 2019 at 1:00 pm.
TI retirees and a guest were invited to a special event at the new location of the North Texas Food Bank in Plano, Texas. As part of the TIAA United Way Campaign, TI made it possible for us to tour the new facility, enjoy lunch and help with a volunteer project while on site.
The TI Alumni Association/TI Golf Tournament, in support of TI’s United Way Campaign, attracted 100 golfers for the 20th-annual event at the Woodbridge Golf Club on April 8 in Wylie and raised $36,585 in donations and pledges. Contributions will benefit two worthwhile nonprofits − The Senior Sou
Did you know that Roly-Poly’s (more commonly known in Texas as pill bugs) are listed as part of the family of lobsters? They have gills and the males carry a tiny drop of water next to their face for the female to put her eggs into? Yes, aquatic. Did you also know that once
On March 21, TIAA took a trip to downtown Dallas for our walking tour and it worked out well as our guide was a young architect who led us down Main Street and up Commerce Street pointing out buildings, who designed them, when they were built, what they originally were used for, and architectural