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Four boys are tops in Pecan’s archery camp

August 1, 2015
Four boys are tops in Pecan’s archery camp

The Pecan Plantation Archery/Air Gun Association (PPAA) held another successful archery camp last week with little ones ages 8-13 participating in the event.

Taking top honors in the two- day gathering were Nash McWilliams, grandson of Marlene and Ramon Morin, Titus Fisher, grandson of Bob and Paulette Mauer, and Garrett and Grant McNellie.

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Salvias: One of the best plants for Texas

August 1, 2015
Salvias: One of the best plants for Texas

Also known as sage, plants of the salvia species fill gardens with color, texture and scent.

Many varieties provide food and nectar for wildlife, while others make great additions to culinary gardens. What’s more, salvias fare well in difficult environments. For these reasons, they are considered to be among the best plants for Texas gardens.

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Local musicians ready for free show in Lipan

August 1, 2015

Don’t forget! Joe Bass and other local musicians will be playing bluegrass and country music tonight at the Lipan Community Center.

Admission is free, and hamburgers can be purchased there. Come on out and have your supper and a show! The music kicks off around 6:30 p.m.

BASKETBALL CAMP

The Lipan Lady Indian Basketball Camp will be held next week, Aug.

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Adding a little spice in your life

August 1, 2015

There’s a million ways to make delicious salsa, and you may learn a million and one.

Lake Granbury Master Gardeners will host a “Make Your Own Salsa” workshop Thursday, Aug. 27, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. for adults interested in cooking with fresh garden ingredients.

All participants will take home a jar of freshly prepared salsa.

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Learn with like-minded citizens by joining Leadership Granbury

August 1, 2015

Interested in the community?

Want to make more contacts?

Learn more about the systems operating in Granbury and Hood County through Leadership Granbury.

The leadership program introduces participants to nonprofit agencies, the hospital, the newspaper, law enforcement agencies and more.

It offers opportunities to see the inner workings of the community and meet other people dedicated to making Granbury a better place to live.

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Tropical night in Margaritaville

August 1, 2015
Tropical night in Margaritaville

Folks at Harbor Lakes Golf Club recently celebrated a night in Margaritaville. The Randy Hulsey Band provided musical entertainment. Girls Night Out is planned later this month. New pool hours are from noon to 8 p.m. Harbor Lakes Golf Club, 2100 Clubhouse Drive, is now under local ownership.

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Church Clips

August 1, 2015

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL STARTS MONDAY AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

G-Force Vacation Bible School for pre-K to fifth grade boys and girls is set from Aug. 3-7 at First Presbyterian Church, 300 W. Bridge St.

The session runs from 9 a.m. until noon and includes lunch for participants.

Register at http://www.fpcgranbury.org/christian-education.html or register in person Monday morning.

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With dignity

August 1, 2015
With dignity

American Legion Post 278 recently conducted a flag disposal ceremony at Waterview retirement community. The ceremony is the proper method for disposing of the American flag. From left: Sergeant-At-Arms Steve Maples, Adjutant Andy Rash, Service Officer Buck Lewellen and First Vice Commander Maurice Simpson salute the flags prior to disposal.

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Make a rain gauge

August 1, 2015

Lake Granbury Master Gardeners (LGMG) will host a children’s garden school on Thursday, Aug. 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Annex I Meeting Room, 1410 W. Pearl St.

This is a hands-on workshop for children ages 7-11.

Participants will be making seed balls, rain gauges, miniature gardens and recycled hats.

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Journey to another world

July 29, 2015
Journey to another world

“The Drowsy Chaperone” is said to be lively, funny, silly and full of terrific musical numbers. From start to finish, it’s as director Phil Groeschel says in his program notes, a journey into another world. The Granbury Theatre Company show continues through Aug. 16 at the Granbury Opera House on the square.

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