Numerous banquets and celebrations are planned at the Granbury Resort Conference Center and other city properties in January. Reservations and the number of people expected to attend are listed here.
Jan. 10: United Cooperative Awards Banquet (350).
Jan. 17-19: TAHPERD Leadership Conference (100).
Jan. 21: Healthy Woman.
Jan. 23: Tarleton ESP Conference (350).
Jan. 24: Chamber Luncheon (125).… Read the rest
has five new directors
Five new directors have been added to the 2014 Granbury Chamber of Commerce board of directors.
The new directors selected are Danny Hill (Classic Chevrolet – Buick – GMC), Dr. James Largent (Granbury Independent School District), Mike Loter (Christian Brothers Automotive), Trish Reiner (Integra Care Home Health and Hospice) and Bart Rodgers (First Financial Bank).… Read the rest
The City of Granbury issued 18 building permits in November worth $3.15 million.
Richard Fuller, 723 N. Crockett St., fence, $1,100.
Chris Thomas Custom Homes, 305 Paddle Boat Drive, new residential, $203,035.
Chris Thomas Custom Homes, 307 Paddle Boat Drive, new residential, $207,111.
Couto Homes Inc., 403 River Bank Rd., new residential, $204,162.
Claffey Pools, 3526 Abes Landing Dr., new swimming pool, $47,000.… Read the rest
Ready for some authentic German food? Angelika Wright is eager to meet your request.
Angelika, born and raised in Germany, plans to open Ketzler’s Schnitzel Haus and Biergarten on the square in mid-January. The German restaurant will be in the building formerly occupied by Brazos Smokehouse.
“I want people to taste traditional German food,” Angelika said.
Ketzler’s will feature all kinds of schnitzel – which is basically pork loin with various seasonings, breaded and fried.… Read the rest
Enjoy seasonal activities this weekend
The recent ice storm brought activities to a screeching halt over the past week. Businesses were closed, people were unable to leave their homes and Christmas shopping was put on hold.
Scott Young, of the Historic Granbury Merchants Association, called the icy event “devastating for the small businesses on the square, as well as all the businesses in Hood County.”
Merchants are hoping that cabin fever and normal weather conditions will bring people out of their homes this weekend.… Read the rest
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit
opens in Granbury
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit opened Thursday in Granbury, with festivities to continue Friday and Saturday.
“I’m so proud to offer pit-smoked barbecue to the Granbury community,” said local owner Chung Yam. “I can’t wait for locals to enjoy all that Dickey’s Barbecue has to offer.”
Merchandise giveaways were planned Friday. On Saturday, Dickey’s Barbecue will serve $2 pulled pork barbecue sandwiches.… Read the rest
Numerous Christmas parties, banquets and celebrations are planned at the Granbury Resort Conference Center and other city properties in December.
Dec. 2: Granbury High School Girls Volleyball Banquet (250)
Dec. 3: CTT Christmas party (250)
Dec. 6: Granbury Chamber of Commerce Christmas luncheon (200)
Dec. 6: United Cooperative Services Christmas party (350)
Dec. 7: Lake Granbury Medical Center Christmas party (300)
Dec.… Read the rest
The City of Granbury issued 15 building permits in October. The $1.44 million in permits included five new residential and three new swimming pools.
VIP Customs, 512 N. Travis St., fence, $1,500.
VIP Customs, 500 N. Travis St., demolition residential, $65.
J Allen Homes Inc., 1006 Sunset Bay Court, new residential, $354,379.
Custom Designs Pool Co., 1600 Monterey Bay Court, new swimming pool, $38,000.… Read the rest
The Granbury Chamber of Commerce is announcing the addition of seven ambassadors to the organization. The Ambassador committee consists of 30-40 members who serve as public relations and goodwill representatives for the chamber.
New to the group are Greg Corrigan,Sandy Montanino, Michelle Rich, Jennifer Sistrunk, Sally Stanfield, Judy Trivett and Cynthia Valley.
The 2014 officers are Kim Fancher, chair, and Stan Wasielewski, vice-chair .… Read the rest