Summer is a wonderful time for reunions, and 17 members of the Donarumo, Bazzone, and LeCluyse families, covering four generations, recently gathered in Pecan Plantation at the home of Terry and Tom Bazzone for a Father’s Day brunch.
Terry Bazzone writes that the star of the event was her mother, Mary Donarumo, who is 89 years young, and traveled from Palm Harbor, Fla., to attend the reunion. Mary is the only non-Texan in the group now as all other family members have relocated to Granbury from various parts of the country.
In addition to Mary, those present at the reunion were Terry and Tom Bazzone, Keena and Mike Donarumo, Tom, Jill, William, Andrew, and Charlie Bazzone, Jennifer, Matt, Jackson, and Ava LeCluyse, and Joe, Tasha, and Karsten Donarumo,
Terry also says that the visit honored the memory of her father, who passed away 19 years ago. A bench on the fifth hole of Pecan’s golf course stands in his memory.
The extended Bazzone family enjoyed celebrating some family birthdays and “just being all together” on Father’s Day, which as Terry says, is rare due to busy schedules.
Pecan Plantation Woman’s Club (PPWC) President Rosemary Lee reminds ladies that Thursday brings July’s Chit Chat luncheon. The gathering starts at 11 a.m. with lunch being served at 11:30 a.m.
All Pecan women are invited to meet for an informal social time and lunch. Reservations are due by Monday noon: 817-573-2641.
July 20 brings the monthly 2D/3D archery tournament to Pecan. The day begins at 10 a.m. and is open to Pecan members and guests with a $5 entry fee per shooter. Both monetary and chicken buffet dinners at the clubhouse are on the prize table.
Food and soft drinks will be served to the competitors. For more information on the day, contact Sy Rosenfeld at email@example.com.
An update on Lake Granbury Medical Center by its new CEO is on the menu for Wednesday morning’s Breakfast Club. Come at 8 a.m. for breakfast and to hear Derrick Cuence give a state of the hospital address.
LOST AND FOUND
The Pecan reception desk keeps a “lost and found” box of items for folks to check and claim.
Congratulations to McKenna Moreno for receiving the Big Fish Award at the annual kids’ fishing tournament last month. McKenna pulled in a 9-ounce bass to claim the prize.
This year’s competition brought 26 fisher boys and girls to the pond, and other competitors taking top honors were Addison Craig, Kara Moreno, Elizabeth Honea, Gabriel Christian (who caught the most fish in the tournament, eight in all), Jackson LeCluyse, Cooper Thomas and Brendan Chism.
Friends of Pooch Plantation (FOPP) announces a “Pets of Pecan” 2014 calendar is in the works and will include photos of all types of pets. Favorite photos may be submitted to Brenda Palmer (firstname.lastname@example.org) by September 1. Make sure to include the owner’s name and pet’s name and birthdate.
The week’s schedule affords many opportunities for the children of Pecan. Tennis camp runs Monday through Friday from 9 to 11 a.m. Long game junior golf clinic comes July 16-18 at 8 a.m. Dodge ball with Missy is on July 19 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Sign up continues for auditions on July 22 for the Missoula Children’s Theater Production of “Jack and the Beanstalk.” Stop by the Pecan Activities Center to register.
Sympathy goes to the family of Ed Rosenquist who passed away July 7.
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