Time is running out to sign up for health insurance on the Health Insurance Marketplace. The Affordable Care Act requires that most Americans obtain health insurance by March 31, or pay a penalty.
Based on household income and dependents, you may be eligible for health insurance coverage at no cost through Medicaid.
A free seminar is planned from 2-3 p.m. Monday, March 10 at Lake Granbury Medical Center (LGMC) Senior Circle Office at 1321 Water’s Edge Drive.… Read the rest
Free federal tax preparation and e-filing is available from AARP Tax-Aide teams through April 12 according to Ron Petersen, Granbury Tax-Aide coordinator.
Contact one of the following locations to schedule your tax preparation:
Hood County Senior Center on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 817-573-5533, 501 E. Moore St.
Hood County Library on Saturdays from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.… Read the rest
Questions about memory loss you’RE afraid to ask
Alzheimer’s disease strikes fear in the hearts of most people, particularly senior adults. One in three people know someone with Alzheimer’s.
“Our brain does change as our body ages,” according to Judy Budlong, program coordinator for the North Central Texas Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. “Most of us eventually notice some slowed thinking and problems remembering certain things.”
However, serious memory loss, confusion and other major changes in the way our minds work are not a normal part of aging.… Read the rest
George Bernard Shaw wrote in his 1903 play, “Man and Superman,” “He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches.” The phrase sounds like a criticism of teaching. But this well-worn phrase does not always apply — maybe even rarely applies.
Judy Mason, the March demo artist for the Lake Granbury Art Association, is the antithesis of this claim. She successfully teaches art to mostly home-schooled ninth graders and creates amazing art herself.… Read the rest
Parade entries came from across the state last Saturday for the Texas Independence Day Celebration in Granbury.
Acton Nature Center was the winner for Best Community entry with a float representing Acton in the 1800s.
Truly Texan Productions, with gunfighters and re-enactors of the 1880s won Best Commercial Entry.
Best of Parade went to Keyes Battery and Terry’s Texas Rangers. Keyes Battery is a Civil War Confederate Artillery Unit and Terry’s Texas Rangers includes a re-enactment group in full military uniform or dresses carrying flags, a 1841 Artillery piece with ammo cart, an 1862 Gatling gun and an 1832 3” ordinance Artillery piece with ammo cart.… Read the rest
Spring is busy with activity for the Pecan Plantation Art Guild (PPAG). Plans are already in the making for the group’s participation in April’s garage sale, the spring art show at the Langdon Center over Memorial Day weekend, and gallery night later in the year.
Tuesday will bring the PPAG’s March meeting beginning at 10:30 a.m. at the Pecan Activities Center (PAC) when members will host accomplished local artist Gini Bosci as she demonstrates her expertise in painting with flesh tones.… Read the rest
Soup supper and LentEn Services AT EMMANUeL
Emmanuel Lutheran Church will have Soup Supper and Mid-week Lenten Services on Wednesday, March 12, 19, 26, April 2 and 9.
Soup Supper at 6 p.m. with service following at 7 p.m. The church is at 2301 Fall Creek Highway. Call 817-326-2201 for more information.
Good News Club coming
to Waples Baptist Church
Waples Baptist Church will host the Good News Club from 3-4:15 p.m.… Read the rest
Callie Dodson and Matthew Pack recently returned from a trip to California. This trip was in celebration of Callie’s graduating from Tarleton State University in December 2013 with a degree in business administration.
They flew from DFW Airport to Santa Anna in Orange County. While there, they visited Disneyland and it’s sister park, California Adventure. Callie said one of their favorite rides was the “California Screamin’ Roller Coaster.” They rode it seven times.… Read the rest