Comanche National Bank Hosts A Texas Kind Of Christmas

It was the kind of night that swelled the heart…if you will allow me to use that expression…the kind of night that was created for friends, family, little children, and Christmas magic…Texas style, and it all happened on the spot where in 1874 stood the home of Comanche resident, Jo Hardin, brother of John Wesley Hardin, the Comanche National Bank.

After one of the best, if not the absolute best, Christmas parades that Comanche has ever had, we were all invited to the bank for what Jeff and the gang called a Christmas open house, and I must admit that I had to blink a time or two when the first to greet me was Comanche’s Steve Clemons. What a treat it was to see that he felt up to serving once again!

The smoke was swirling all around him, and Steve was in his element once again!

The smoke was swirling all around him, and Steve was in his element once again!

The food line was long, and no one cared as we all visited and were entertained by the beautiful voices of Marvin McKeehan and David Woolam, whose backdrop was a very appropriate chuck wagon.

The food line was long, and no one cared as we all visited and were entertained by the beautiful voices of Marvin McKeehan and David Woolam, whose backdrop was a very appropriate chuck wagon.

It was a night for making memories while we old folks remembered what it was like to still possess the wonder of a child.

It was a night for making memories while we old folks remembered what it was like to still possess the wonder of a child.

It was a night for giving as well as for remembering how truly rich most of us actually are.

It was a night for giving as well as for remembering how truly rich most of us actually are.

And most of all, it was a night for old friends.

And most of all, it was a night for old friends.

All I can add is that Comanche and Comanche National Bank sure got it right this time. It was truly a perfect evening!

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One Response to Comanche National Bank Hosts A Texas Kind Of Christmas

  1. Lenore says:

    Your right. It was a wonderful time for small town life. From walking the square and visiting with friends before the lighted Christmas parade to seeing Santa at Old Cora. The the festivities of the children and the parade circling around town square. Then off to Comanche National Bank for bar-b-que, hot cocoa and smores. The movie was right afterwards out on the east side or you could scoot on across the street to the Austin Street Opry for a free Christmas concert. I noticed a new placed opened up on the square serving dinner too, right there were we all know now as Southern Charm. I know I finally made it home after skipping (yes 51 and skipping) down the sidewalks with a child in hand. Sure does feel like a lovely Christmas to me.

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