Mansfield sets record, keeps Mayor's Challenge trophy

January 12, 2023
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Council members Larry Broseh and Tamera Bounds, Mayor Michael Evans, Tammy Bradshaw representing State Rep. David Cook and the Salvation Army's Lt. Koustantin Masleuikov and Lt. Anna Masleuikova accept a $25,000 check from National Way Association for the Salvation Army Mayor's Challenge.

Mansfield set a record and keeps its claim on the Salvation Army Mayor’s Challenge trophy.

Mayor Michael Evans with assistance from State Rep. David Cook, city staff and volunteers from across the Mansfield community raised $125,230.33 in December to win the 14th annual challenge, defeating neighboring cities and their mayors.

Altogether, Mansfield, Arlington, Dalworthington Gardens, Hurst, Euless, Kennedale, Pantego and Forest Hill raised $191,000 for the Salvation Army during the Mayor’s Challenge.

Mansfield has won the competition all but one year.

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