WHAT’S COOKING: Old-fashioned cowboy cooking was provided by a chuck wagon team headed by Homer Robertson of Granbury. From left: Robertson talks to party-goers Lisette Dottavio; Dominic Dottavio, president of Tarelton State University; and Dominique and Charles Inge of Granbury.
An estimated 375 people braved the cold weather to support the Preserve Granbury organization at the annual Party on the Peak fundraiser Saturday atop Comanche Peak. Consulting Executive Director Mary Saltarelli said a record number of reservations and more sponsors will help fund projects of the nonprofit organization. Saltarelli said the group is working with the public/private partnership to restore the historic buildings in Lambert Branch Park. Proceeds will also benefit a “revolving fund” so that money is available when needed to save a historic building.
FRIENDLY TABLE: From left, Chris and Ashley Keith visit with Anne and Ryan Thomas, all of Granbury, at Party on the Peak Saturday night. A spirited crowd participated in both live and silent auctions during the night.
DAMP COUNTRY NIGHT: Taking in the beauty of Comanche Peak, from left, are Susan and Mike Scott, along with Raymond and Mary Ann Lopez. The couples were enjoying Preserve Granbury’s annual Party on the Peak Saturday evening.
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