HOT NEWS! MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

AlanHello everyone! Today it is the start of a new section in the blog Member spotlight Learn a little more about each member from the club and the connection with the game.   Today we have a spotlight on a very talented individual   Here what he as to say about himself .  “Alan Hutton is a Pyrotechnician, Fight Choreographer, Weapons Master, Character Actor, Historian and Artillery Hobbyist from the Houston area. Alan was introduced to Petanque by it’s main supporter in this part of Texas, Arsene Dupin, at the Texas Renaissance Festival. Alan enjoys the game a lot, playing when he can. Alan was attracted to this game because he is an artillerist, in fact, he once played a game where they were short on boules so they played  with three six-pound cannonballs! It wasn’t quite regulation, but it was fun to watch!”        A + LOVE Arsene

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  1. My husband passed away last year . He was Swiss & loved petanque, would like to give his set to anyone visiting Biloxi, Ms. They have seen many a happy time when we lived in Houston.

    • Hello joan my name is Arsene i only notice your comment today I am the President of the heart of texas petanque club So sorry for the lost of your husband and yes if you want to give away the set of petanque balls we will be glad to have the club taking care of it There is a chance that i could drive to Biloxi toward the beginning of October here my email you could send me your connections and adress arsene.dupin@gmail.com Looking having the set to get to play again if you still have them A + LOVE Arsene

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