At Preserve Granbury’s Fifth annual Party on the Peak atop Comanche Peak on Oct. 5, 390 people had fun touring, eating, and dancing. Amidst all the fun, attendees raised approximately $42,000 for Preserve Granbury’s historic preservation projects and its educational and advocacy efforts in Hood County.
National Chuck Wagon Cook Homer Robertson, along with other expert wagon cooks, set up their wagons and cooked authentic Texas grub for an appreciative crowd. Then attendees danced under the big Texas sky to the music of Texas singer-songwriter Davin James and his band.
Special thanks to the gracious hosts of Party on the Peak who open their ranch to the community each year:
- Comanche Peak Ranch, PDX/pcI, and the Hill Family
Special thanks to the generous sponsors of this year’s Party on the Peak:
- * Granbury Wine Walk—April 25-26, 2014
- Progressive Waste Solutions
- Charles Kennard, M.D., P.A.
- The Inge Foundation
- The First National Bank of Granbury
- Laurel and Carol Pirkle
- XTO Energy, an ExxonMobil subsidiary
And special thanks to this year’s in-kind sponsors of the party:
- Hood County News
- Granbury Flower Shop and Gifts
- Great Outdoors Sports Emporium
- Martin’s Office Supply