George Jr. and Lowana Whiting of Denison, formerly of Pottsboro, celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary with a gathering of family and friends. They were married on Aug. 31, 1952 in Duncanville.
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Kick up your heels, tickle those taste buds, enjoy some classic movies and cars, and chat with the critters this weekend with a variety of events in Grayson and Fannin Counties.
From the start, music was a natural fit for the movies. It was also somewhat of a necessity, considering the noise of early projection equipment, which would surely be a distraction for the paying customers.
A look of sheer pleasure comes across Mike Tarzis’ face as he plays. The music, ranging from almost carnival style to serious classical, doesn’t just reverberate through the auditorium, it fills every pore of the building. That’s the same effect the theater pipe organ had on Tarzis when he first heard one as a small child. It still does.
David and Marcheta Sutton Osborne of Sherman were honored on Aug. 8 with a family dinner marking their 60th wedding anniversary. The celebration, hosted by the couple’s children, was held at Trinity Baptist Church.
BONHAM - James and Jackie Swanson of Bonham celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a weekend getaway to Tanglewood Resort in Pottsboro.
BELLS - John and Barbara Bateman of Bells will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary today.
Just because school starts next week doesn’t mean there’s nothing to do except finish back-to-school chores. Some good music and food, a little exercise, adding to the family, discovering how baskets are made or checking out some fresh produce will make for a fun, laid-back and rewarding weekend!
MCKINNEY — Texas’ geographic diversity from the beginning of time to present day has lent itself to a colorful and interesting variety of plant and animal life. To study it in the field, one would have to travel thousands of miles and spend a lifetime exploring. The other, more viable option is to visit the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary in McKinney. The 289-acre site is dedicated to giving visitors a firsthand look at the state’s vast array of natural beauty and history.
Crowds gathered at the Sherman Municipal Ballroom Saturday for the Texoma Community Center’s annual Kids Entertaining Kids fundraiser. The fundraiser, which benefits TCC’s Early Childhood Intervention program, featured seven children’s acts from across Texoma.