2020 started out with a bang for HOTC.
Early arrivals in Hillsboro enjoyed food and drink with a large crowd of NTAC residents at the Plaid Turtle, a favorite local watering hole.
The weather provided some rain on Friday night but no serious wind/hail event.
Friday night’s pot-luck dinner was shared by over 80 folks with over half of them being HOTC members.
Over the weekend lots of shopping occurred at Magnolia Market in Waco and at Backyard Silversmiths and Homestead Marketplace.
And there were usually a couple of RummiKub games going on in the clubhouse.
On Saturday afternoon there was an open house by the NTAC residents who are HOTC members that was enjoyed by all as we toured their homes and villas.
Saturday evening saw 40 HOTC members at the “progressive dinner” provided by the HOTC/NTAC residents. Several new HOTC members attending their first HOTC rally were introduced, along with several visitors from other units and other states.
Sunday morning a breakfast was served that included “Heart of Texas” blueberry pancakes.
Many thanks to hosts Vickie and Scott Graham, Amy and John Van Artsdalen, Diane Bailey and Debi and Jim Rich, along with the entire gang who put on this great event.