Texoma Newcomers & Neighbors

Texoma Newcomers & Neighbors


Meals, games and outings have been planned as February activities by the Texoma Newcomers & Neighbors group. For information on the club or the activities listed below, call 903-813-5592.


February events are as follows: Feb. 5 - Lunch Bunch, 11:30 a.m., Mariachis in Sherman; Feb. 11 - Gad-A-Bouts, meet at 9:30 a.m. to carpool to the George W. Bush Presidential Library; Feb. 13 - Breakfast Bunch, 9 a.m., Sweet Berries Cafe in Sherman; Feb. 20 - Bunco, 7 p.m; Feb. 22 - Dinner Club - Italian food theme; every Friday - noon lunch at Kathleen’s Kitchen, sometimes followed by viewing a movie at a local cinema.


Grayson County Rotary Club


Dr. Ashley Brumm was last week’s guest speaker at the Graycon County Rotary Club meeting. The group gathers at 6:50 a.m. every Wednesday at Fulbelli’s Restaurant in Sherman.


Brumm, a local obstetrician/gynecologist, discuss menopause in women which is the cessation of a woman’s reproductive ability. Per Brumm, this typically occurs around the age of 51, but can effect woman anywhere from their early 40s to late 50s. The symptoms are many and varied and treatments such as menopausal hormone therapy (MHT) are used in some cases, however, most women do not need treatment. Possible risks associated with MHT include blood clots, heart attacks, stroke, breast cancer and gall bladder disease. Brumm added that herbal supplements for menopause have not been shown to help in clinical studies and stressed consulting with one’s doctor about benefits and risks of MHT.


Welcomed as a guest was Austin Everett.


To share information with or learn more about the Grayson County Rotary Club, call Terry Everett at 903-814-0292 or go to www.graysonrotary.org.


Sherman Rotary Club


Dr. Regina Organ was guest speaker at this week’s Sherman Rotary Club meeting.


Organ joined the Grayson College administrative team in the fall of 2013. She came from New Mexico Junior College where she served as vice president for 15 years. Prior to moving to New Mexico, she worked with students in a number of Texas community colleges including North Central Texas College in Gainesville, Howard College in the Big Spring/San Angelo area, and Frank Phillips College in Borger. Organ earned her doctorate in education, focusing on community college leadership, from New Mexico State University.


During the club’s business meeting, four new members were inducted into the organization — Patrick Cravens, Cody Hunter, Eric Ross and Robert Wood.