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Majors Flying Club

Pud Kearns with Housewarmers of Greenville says the Majors Flying Club of Greenville meets at 11:30 Saturay at the L3 Recreation Hall.  Their meeting topic is "10 Tips for Recovering Bad Landings."  The club is for pilots and people interested in becoming pilots.  Members have access to the club's planes, which are maintained at the Majors Field Airport.

Greenville YMCA

Pud Kearns with Housewarmers of Greenville reflects on the reopening of the Greenville YMCA, which was hit hard by a storm in January, collapsing the exterior wall and roof of the indoor pool.  Now, the facility has reopened, with an outdoor pool for the time being, although Pud says there are plans to add an inflatable enclosure.

Bras for the Cause

Pud Kearns of Housewarmers of Greenville, and one of the "Big Boobs" who are the leaders of the annual Bras for the Cause event, says the theme of this year's event is "Lifter Upper." Bras for the Cause is committing to fund a $500,000 4-D CT scanner for the Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville that would provide extremely precise cross-section images used in diagnosing all forms of cancer.

Texas Parks & Wildlife

A collection of outtakes from recent Blacklands Cafe conversations.  Jim Ainsworth is launching a new novel, Circle of Hurt from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday (March 28) at the Texas A&M-Commerce Alumni Center, and he's also introducing a new book on religious faith, Believing in a Grand Thing, which will be given away to those buying Circle of Hurt.

showtimedtgreenville.com

Pud Kearns with Housewarmers of Greenville reports that a new events calendar for downtown Greenville, showtimedtgreenville.com.  Also, Pud says the annual Hunt County Shared Ministries, or FISH, barbecue has been moved this year from fall to spring, and will take place Friday, March 31.  An additional location this year will be the First United Methodist Church in Commerce.

Eagle Fest, Emory

Pud Kearns with Housewarmers of Greenville relates plans for Eagle Fest at Rains High School in Emory this Saturday and Sunday (January 28-29).  Rains County is known as the "Eagle Capital of Texas," and Pud says she's seen bald eagles on the wing at Lake Tawakoni and Club Lake southeast of Greenville.  Other upcoming events include "Golden Oldies Movie Night" at the Audie Murphy-American Cotton Museum in Greenville, at 5:30 p.m.

City of Greenville

Pud Kearns with Housewarmers of Greenville says it'll be a full day of holiday activities Saturday in downtown Greenville, ending with the annual Christmas parade at 6 p.m., followed by fireworks.  (The events may be postponed due to the weather.) The weekend's activities begin tonight (Thursday, December 2) with a free holiday performance by the Air Force Band of the West at the Greenville M

Carlisle headstone with "I voted" stickers
Sharon Spellacy Kroncke

Pud Kearns with Housewarmers of Greenville relates the story of her great grandmother Lallie Carlisle, who was served as the Hunt County Clerk when her husband passed away, and became the first woman to serve in a government office in Texas.  

Bras for the Cause

Pud Kearns, with Housewarmers of Greenville, says "Bras for the Cause" takes place Thursday night (October 13) in downtown Greenville.  This year's event has a Texas theme, "B4TC (Bras for the Cause), Ya'll."  The artfully and humorously decorated bras will be submitted today (Monday, Oct.

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Pud Kearns with Housewarmers of Greenville discusses the opening of three new franchise restaurants on I-30 in Greenville: Snuffer's, El Fenix, and Taquiera La Ventana.  Also, the Wesley United Methodist Church of Greenville, on U.S. 69 east, hosts a crafts fair on Saturday (July 23).  The proceeds will help the church in its "adoption" of Carver Elementary School in Greenville.

Pud Kearns with Housewarmers of Greenville says Bras for the Cause has adopted "B4TC Ya'll" as the theme for the event on October 13.  Those who attend will be invited to dress in Texas and Western style.  The event, in which artfully decorated bras compete for votes, raises money to support cancer patients in Hunt County.  Pud also discusses plans for Greenville Independence Day fireworks show, the "Bottlerockets Bash," Friday night, July 1, and the

Splash Kingdom
Splash Kingdom

Pud Kearns with Housewarmers of Greenville discusses her recent tour of the Splash Kingdom water park on Interstate 30 in Greenville, which is expected to open to the public on Friday (May 28).  Pud says the park will be larger than she expected, and with a wider selection of food items.  Pud also describes a new city of Greenville tourism brochure she and Kevin Banks, general manager of the Greenville Municipal Auditorium, have created.

City of Greenville
City of Greenville

Pud Kearns with Housewarmers of Greenville says the Farmers Market on east Lee Street in downtown Greenville returns Saturday morning.  It will be a "soft opening," with the official opening coming in May, but many items of local produce and other goods will be for sale.  Pud says the organizers of the Farmers Market insist that no item be sold that comes from farther away than 50 miles.  Also, a locally produced play, "Nanyehi: The Story of Nancy Wa

Housewarmers of Greenville
Housewarmers of Greenville

Pud Kearns with Housewarmers of Greenville says the coming of spring brings many activities to Greenville.  The YMCA hosts a spring break camp for children this week.  The Audie Murphy-American Cotton Museum hosts its annual Easter egg hunt for adults in the dark at 7:30 Friday night (March 18).  Tickets are limited.  The "Remember For Me

Audie Murphy-American Cotton Museum
Audie Murphy-American Cotton Museum

Pud Kearns with Housewarmers of Greenville reviews a new Hunt County history exhibit at the Audie Murphy-American Cotton Museum.  And Pud says some major performances are coming to the remodeled Greenville Municipal Auditorium, including "Close to You: The Music of the Carpenters" this Saturday night (February 27), "Celtic Fire" with the Dallas Symphony on St. Patrick's Day, March 17, and country music star Tanya Tucker Saturday, March 18.

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