Join us for a night of fun at this year's Color Me Irish

Saturday March 2 @ 7pm
St. Peter & St. Paul Anglican Church
3900 Morris Drive Arlington, 76016

  • Live Irish Music by Slugger's Rule
  • Silent Auction
  • Delicious Food for Purchase by Brotherhood of St. Andrew


  • $100/table of 8 (with a complimentary bottle of wine)
  • $10/person, $15/at the door

Benefiting Ulster Project-Arlington, in the Great State of Texas!

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North Texas Giving Day 2018

Saturday, September 22 2018

Posted By: Michelle Hennessy 

Thank you for the overwhelming support on North Texas Giving Day. We reached our goals and won a random prize drawing as well! It was an amazing day for Non-Profits all across North Texas.

We are excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for 2019 Host Teens.

Please watch the following video for more information about the project.

=> Ulster Project Arlington Video <=

Our online application is available here or you may download and print the application from our hosting tab.

=> 2019 Arlington Ulster Project Teen Application <=

Background Check Every Year

Reminder to ALL adults (18 or older) participating in the Ulster Project: a Background Check authorization form needs to be turned in each year you participate. Click HERE to download or print your PDF form for a Background Check and send it in to Bill Zacharias or mail it to Ulster Project Arlington, P.O. Box 150701, Arlington, Texas, 76015.

**If you have an interesting story you would like to see posted, please CONTACT US!  Our Ulster Teens are Outstanding!


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