The Ladies Golf Association (LGA) of Pecan Plantation is always up for some fun, and Tuesday a week ago was no exception.
LGA President Clara Garcia writes that the ladies played a “Solheim Cup Match” after dividing into two groups, Europe and the USA, and playing a match format. According to Clara, “We had a great time!”
The LGA has “front nine” play on the calendar for Tuesday, and the Men’s Golf Association plays “individual low gross/low net” on Thursday.
A big event comes for the LGA on September 24-26 when “The La Tee Esta” hits the fairways. Watch for more details as this date comes closer.
HISTORY FOR BREAKFAST
Wednesday morning’s Breakfast Club will receive a refresher course in Texas history as well as enjoy “Texas, the Big Picture” film from the IMAX theater of the Bullock Texas History Museum in Austin. Attendees of all ages are welcome. Come at 8 a.m. for breakfast and the program.
Lake Granbury Newcomers Club will commence a new year on Sept. 5 with a meeting in Pecan’s ballroom. The day will mark 35 years of friendship, and Helen Shorter, the founder of Newcomers, will attend along with several past club presidents.
Bernie Wills will be chairing a special 1970s program consisting of a fun style show, slides, music, games, prizes, and a special gift for all attendees.
Lunch will consist of quiche made from a recipe served many years ago when it was an uncommon dish in our area.
Groups within Newcomers focus on books, needlecrafts, home and garden, supper club, and games such as bridge, bunko, Mahjong, and hand and foot. Any female resident of Hood County, no matter how long she has lived here, is welcome to join.
Reservations are a must and are due by noon on Sept. 2. Send e-mail to email@example.com, and arrive by 9:30 a.m. on Sept. 5 for a great time.
POOCH PLANTATION CALENDAR
Calling all pet photos! Friends of Pooch Plantation (FOPP) is compiling a 2014 calendar filled with Pecan pets. This special fundraiser hopes to showcase all kinds of pets in our community.
Please send electronic pictures, including the pet’s name and birthdate, to Brenda Palmer at firstname.lastname@example.org before September 1. FOPP hopes to have the calendars ready to sell at its booth on Oct. 5 at the annual crafts fair.
AUXILIARY CRAFTS FAIR
And speaking of the Oct. 5 arts and crafts fair, spaces are up for rent now. This event sponsored by the Volunteer Fire Department/Emergency Medical Service Auxiliary will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Pecan Activities Center. Contact Judy Hankins if interested in setting up shop for the day: 830-832-3391.
Congratulations to Anthony Baca for winning the August Archery 2D/3D tournament last weekend. Thanks to Pecan’s generous donation, Anthony took home a voucher for two chicken buffet dinners at the clubhouse. More thanks to go Stan Watson for running the day’s tournament.
The next archery tournament comes on Sept. 21 at 10 a.m.
Sympathy goes to the family of Bob G. Wilson who passed away Aug. 14 and also to John and Rita Pelham on the loss of their son Keith.
BACK TO SCHOOL
Granbury’s school buses will be rolling Monday morning as a new year begins; watch for little ones boarding and unloading from buses in morning and afternoon.
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