Lusk said he took his wife to dates at drive ins all the time before they were married. He said that was all they could afford.
In Graham, Scott said the tremendous outpouring from the community leads her to believe that Graham is not ready to see its drive-in theater fade into a site only relegated to past memories. Scott added that in the event that the Graham Drive In does not win a projector in the contest, she fully plans to begin a fundraising campaign as soon as possible in mid-September.
“It’s not only part of Texas history, it’s a piece of American History,” Erin Hawkins said. “Just being out here, I see a lot of families come through.
Grandparents are bringing grandkids; or parents who came here when they were kids are now bringing their kids. It’s creating a lot of memories for a lot of families in the area and I just love being a part of that as well.”
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