2010 Art Issue

The third annual Texoma Living! Art Issue introduces our readers to a group of local artists whom, if you haven’t heard about already, you soon will. At least, that’s the consensus of our panel of experts, who selected them all as talents to watch.

Apple Outpost

Grant Chapman, 27, is Bonham’s Johnny Appleseed, and he slices and dices and fixes Apple computers at his family’s store on Bonham’s Center Street. Grant, dad Bill and mom Margie, have been in Bonham just over a year, and they have built a good business around fixing PCs and Macs by mail order.

Giving Back

There’s a great story behind the grand prize in a fundraiser to benefit the Child & Family Guidance Center of Texoma. Gerald Knox bought a rare 2003 Harley-Davidson Screamin’ Eagle Road King motorcycle. He kept it preserved as a collectible with just 18 miles on the odometer. When Knox decided this summer to relocate out of the area he donated the bike to the Guidance Center to raffle for charity.

Farewell Norman

Julie Ellis Starr and Dr. Rebecca Bryant hosted a reception for Norman Bennett at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Sherman. Bennett, long a Sherman teacher and one of the stalwarts of the Sherman Community Players, is moving to West Texas to be closer to family. Starr, Bryant, and members of the Sherman High School Classes of 1966 and several others were on hand to say good-bye to their long-time friend and mentor.

53rd Annual Sherman Service League Charity Ball

The 53rd Annual Sherman Service League Charity Ball was held in March, at Tanglewood Resort. This year’s theme was Casino Royale, and guests were treated to Vegasstyle décor, a lavish buffet, professional gaming tables and music by Groove Academy. The proceeds went to benefit the Service League’s 17 sponsored organizations, including the Children’s Advocacy Center, […]