GET A BUFFALO BURGER, HELP WITH PARK IMPROVEMENTS
The old tradition of buffalo burgers in the park returns next weekend.
Members of the Shanley Park Association will be serving buffalo burgers from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27. The park, located behind City Hall, is managed by the association.
The burgers will be offered with a drink and chips for $10. Comanche Peak stagecoach photos will be available for $5.
The park board hopes to continue with improvements including a covered pavilion, more walkways and benches.
As efforts continue to beautify the park, more people are taking advantage of the location. Many weddings take place in the park, especially near the newest water feature, the Jewel Ball Fountain.
For more information, contact Courtney Blackman, association president, at 817-578-9621.
PANCAKE SUPPER Oct. 27
FOR THE SENIOR CENTER
The Hood County Senior Center will host a pancake supper Saturday, Oct. 27 from 5-7 p.m. Tickets are $5 and will support the center.
The Senior Center is located at 501 E. Moore St.
PLANNING BLOOD DRIVE
The Lake Granbury Medical Center Auxiliary is hosting a blood drive Thursday, Nov. 1 from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, 303 W. Bridge St.
Due to high demand and short supply folks are asked to make a special effort to donate, report officials.
FOR JEWEL BALL ON NOV. 10
The 28th annual Jewel Ball takes place Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Pecan Plantation Country Club. The fundraiser will have a masquerade ball theme, and those attending are asked to join the fun by wearing masks.
A limited number of tickets remain for the festivities beginning at 6 p.m. Corporate sponsorships are being solicited by Mary Ward and Jan Caldwell Hulett.
For information on tickets or donations contact Patti Shafer at [email protected]
The Lake Granbury Area Beautification Council annually hosts the Jewel Ball as a fundraiser for various projects around Granbury.
Past projects of the Lake Granbury Beautification Committee include the Jewel Ball Fountain in Shanley Park, La Roe Park (just north of the square on east side of Houston Street) and the four Christmas trees on the corners of the Hood County Courthouse, among others.
Articles should be submitted at least two weeks prior to the event for consideration in the Helping Hands column in the Hood County News. Email information to [email protected]
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