Great article about Claudio Forest and the Summit Club by the Cross Timbers Gazette.
“It has really become a passion of mine,” Forest said of the group, which formed during the town’s infancy as a way to break a vicious cycle of political bickering and get folks re-focused on their community. “I love doing what we do in town and being part of that fellowship with the other guys. It’s always been a place to come and put away partisanship. Whether you are on the left, right, Democrat, Republican, Independent — as a club, we don’t care. The important thing is that you’re willing to serve the town and the public. We get people focused on the right stuff. We do a lot.”