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Buchanan Orthodontics Dr. Jennifer Buchanan began her orthodontic practice in 1996 and has been creating winning smiles and supporting the community ever since. She and her team are committed to the latest orthodontic technology that require no expanders, no extractions, no jaw surgery, and no headgear. Dr. Buchanan’s sense of compassion reaches out beyond her oce into her community. Dr. Buchanan is the founder of Smiles Charity, which raises funds to provide mortgage- free homes for wounded veterans. In 2014, she started Shoes for Smiles that has awarded over 800 pairs of new athletic shoes to start the school year for Collin County Boys and Girls Club students. The program has also recycled 35,000 pounds of pre owned clothing and shoes. Please call Dr. Buchanan’s oce at 972-542-4412 to schedule a complimentary consultation or visit her website at mckinneybraces.com .
You matter to God and you matter to us. At Hope Fellowship we are all about inviting everyone to nd Jesus and helping them move towards the center of God’s purpose for their lives. We are one church with multiple locations in Frisco, Mckinney, Prosper and online - so we’re not far from you! Regardless of which location you attend, our goal is to make you feel welcome from the moment you arrive. At each service, you’ll nd yourself surrounded by great people, live music, and an awesome environment for kids, teenagers, and people of all ages. We invite you to check us out, and we hope to see you soon! To learn more about us, visit www.hopefellowship.net John McKinzie Lead Pastor
Data and information on local communities
COMPILED BY BROOKLYNN COOPER
The city of McKinney, which is named after Collin McKinney, a pioneer from the 1800s, has boasted the title of county seat for almost 175 years. With a unique and eclectic downtown district, various entertainment options and amenities, the city has grown by almost 50% over the past decade. GETTING TOKNOW MCKINNEY
BROOKLYNN COOPERCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER
SOURCES: CITY OF MCKINNEY, U.S. CENSUS BUREAUCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER
McKinney is becoming increasingly diverse, with dierent ethnic groups growing over the years. The most noticeable change is the rise in Asian residents.
Although Texas as a whole has grown over the last decade, McKinney’s rate of growth has surpassed both Collin County and the state as new residents move to the city. Population changes
18.61% 64.48% 10.23% 0.46% 4.00% 0.06% 0.14% 2.00%
17.10% 52.51% 12.68% 0.37% 12.23% 0.08% 0.44% 4.60%
Hispanic or Latino
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska native
Native Hawaiian or other Pacic Islander
Some other race Two or more races
NOTE: TOTALS MAY NOT ADD UP TO 100% DUE TO ROUNDING.
*ALL CATEGORIES LISTED ARE RACES, EXCEPT FOR HISPANIC OR LATINO, WHICH IS NOT A RACE. HOWEVER, THE PERCENTAGES OF THE OTHER RACES LISTED DO NOT INCLUDE HISPANIC OR LATINO RESIDENTS.
SOURCE: U.S. CENSUS BUREAUCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER
MCKINNEY EDITION • JANUARY 2022
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