Lifestyles
  • Open to the public
    Breakfast served 7:00-9:00 a.m.
    Lunch served 11:15 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
    Salad bar each weekday
    Grill is open for burgers
    Baked potatoes on request if ordered ahead of time
  • StarWalk is set for Saturday, July 2, 2016 at Copper Breaks State Park. The nationally acclaimed public astronomy program will highlight mythology and the ways other cultures have interpreted the planets.
  • The Bonham Senior Citizens Center needs volunteers to deliver lunches to its Meals on Wheels clients.
  • Lauri Blake; new member Tony Rodriguez; John Hayden, Director Bonham Public Library; guest Kaitlyn Karl; new member Cathy Nelms Jones; and guest Rhonda Hicks
  • Not every child is born perfect. About 3% of Texas children are born with some type of intellectual or developmental delay. Margaret was one of those children born in 1985. Born three months early, she came into the world too early and underdeveloped. At the age of one she was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Upon moving from her birthplace, Austin, to Sherman, she was immediately enrolled in Project KIND or Kids in Need of Development. Project KIND was in its beginning stages at that time and now is called Early Childhood Intervention (ECI).
  • Prepared Childbirth Class June 25 - Breastfeeding Class June 27
  • The June book discussion at Bonham Public Library will be Elena Ferrante's, My Brilliant Friend.
  • The largest Quilt Barn Trail In Texas!
  • Front Row (L-R): Bonham Rotary Club Director Judy Outlaw, Golf Tournament Director Richard Glaser, Public Relations Director Melissa Wallace, Treasurer Debra Wilder, Sergeant-At-Arms Harley Smith, and President Jenn Self,
    Back Row (L-R): Assistant Golf Tournament Director Reid Winger, President-Elect Alan Schmidt, Youth Programs Director Kelly Royse, and Past President and Secretary Sandy Barber
  • Cole Title will be hosting a reception for Deana Staton on Thursday, June 23 from 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.
  • At last check, 13 children in foster care from Fannin County did not have a CASA volunteer to advocate for them. Therefore, the Fannin County Children’s Center is seeking adult volunteers who are interested in making a difference with children in foster care by becoming a CASA. photo of CASA volunteer Roxanne Wilson
  • Van Alstyne Voices Toastmasters meets each Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. in Room 216 in the Technical Education Building at Grayson College South Campus in Van Alstyne. Visitors are always welcome.
  • The Texoma Herb and Old Rose Society (THORS) will meet at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, June 25, 2016 at Frontier Village inside Loy Lake Park in Denison. It is free and open to the public.
  • Ashley Hartman will present the program, "Living Soil: Creating and Maintaining Healthy Soil for Roses."