Hardy honored in Pecan as Artist of the Month


Talented folks fill Pecan Plantation, and one of the most creative and active bunches in our community is the Pecan Plantation Art Guild (PPAG). First place artist of the month for November went to Marcia Hardy, and also garnering accolades for artistic work were Gwen Faherty, Jean Carmichael, Kathy Yoders, and Donna Stookesberry.

These folks and other members of the PPAG have work featured at the Pecan clubhouse, the Pecan Activities Center (PAC), and various businesses in Pecan Village, as well as on the guild’s website: www.pecanplantationartguild.com. Pieces are displayed for both viewing and purchase.

Congratulations to PPAG’s new officers for 2014 who will be inducted at the next meeting on Dec. 10 at 10:30 a.m. at the PAC: president, Kathleen Bales; vice president, Bonnie Chilcutt; secretary, Jonne Hough; and treasurer, Jim Stewart.

Also at the December meeting, members and guests are welcome to participate in a silent auction fund raiser and bid on interesting art items while enjoying some refreshments and fellowship.

The PPAG Christmas party comes on Dec. 6 at 6 p.m. at the Pecan firehouse. Members and spouses are welcome.

New members who are Pecan residents 18 years of age or older are always welcome in the PPAG. For more information on art activities in Pecan, contact PPAG president Martie Rains at 817- 279-1348.


The Pecan Plantation Volunteer Fire Department/ Emergency Medical Service Auxiliary meets the first Monday of the month, so its December gathering comes Monday at 7 p.m. at the Charlie Lee Building next door to the fire station.

The Auxiliary has no membership dues and works to raise funds in support of our emergency volunteers, making sure they are well equipped to care for Pecaners.

Furthermore, the Auxiliary’s recently published cookbook “Five Alarm Favorites” continues to be for sale. Contact Rene Garrett about purchasing one: 817-573-1643.


Breakfast Club will welcome Pat George, nutritionist at Lake Granbury Medical Center, next Wednesday morning.

Come at 8 a.m. for breakfast and to hear Pat detail a healthy diet and eating habits.


’Tis the season, and many cheer-filled events are on the Pecan calendar.

On the same day beginning with music and hors d’oeuvres at 5 p.m. in the clubhouse foyer comes the Christmas member social.

Festivities will continue with live music from Master Cylinder Band where members can dance and dine more at various food stations around the clubhouse with holiday cheer until 10 p.m.


Pecan Plantation’s Tennis Association (PPTA) has a Christmas party planned for Dec. 7. Members will find details of the event in upcoming email and at the tennis center.


Judges will be looking for the best lighted houses in Pecan. To make sure your home is on the list for consideration, call the clubhouse front desk 817-573-2641 by Dec. 13.

Judging will take place Dec. 13-15, so make sure all your lights are twinkling on those dates.

Prizes available include food and merchandise vouchers from the clubhouse and pro shop.


Brunch and visiting with Santa Claus are on the menu for Dec. 8 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the clubhouse.

Come for brunch and have a free picture taken with Saint Nicholas. Reservations recommended: 817-573-2641.

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