Playhouse actors deliver stunning performance
On Feb. 14, the 127 Senior Center members gathered to socialize with coffee, goodies and chit chat. They played billiard, dominos and bingo, which was called by Helen Lord, and the gifts were provided by Bob Folger, State Farm Insurance.
Colored pencil class offered at PCAC
Colored pencil is an increasingly popular art medium. Award-winning artist/instructor Barbara Rogers is offering a five-session colored pencil class at the Plateau Creative Arts Center (PCAC).
Published Feb. 19, 2014.
Gong Show is this Friday
For a funny song, joke or dance, you could win some money at the Friday, Feb. 21, at the Palace Theatre. You never know who will win. The first-place winner will receive $200 and Dollywood tickets. The second-place winner will win $50 and Cumberland County Playhouse tickets. The third-place winner will get $25.
Historic ministers brought to life at Wilderness Wildlife Week
Recently, Will Rabert, the Pleasant Hill monologist, portrayed two historic influential Methodist ministers at the annual Wilderness Wildlife Week in Pigeon Forge. Will Rabert, retired United Church of Christ minister, and his wife, Martha, have lived in Pleasant Hill since 1997. At Wilderness Wildlife Week in January, he became the Rev. Robert Hall, Bishop of the Cumberlands and founder of the Cumberland Mountain School for Plateau children, and the Rev. Dr. John Burnett, founder of the Pittman community and school.
Lusso the newest board member to join KOTR
Charles Lusso was recently elected as the newest member of the Kids on the Rise board of directors. He is the 12th board member for this organization.
The most important heart of all
Today being Valentine’s Day made me think about hearts. Yes, the paper kind and the ones that decorate the gazillions of Valentines being mailed and passed out all over the nation today, but also about the literal heart. The organ in our bodies responsible for pumping blood throughout our physical frames. Our hearts are a very vital organ, which often has the laborious task of working harder than it should because of the things we owners do to it.
Play therapy center now offered
The Christian Counseling Center of Cumberland County has expanded its range of services to include a well-equipped play therapy center. It serves the youngest of clients, as young as age three. The public is invited to attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 26, at 1 p.m. at 348 Taylor St.
Spiro pendant class at PCAC on March 6
Remember the fun-filled days of your youth when creating fascinating geometric patterns with your Spirograph was one of the greatest thrills in life? Well, now you can relive that sense of wonder and accomplishment and come away with a beautiful wirework pendant to show for it.
Date changes for Corvette assembly plant tour in March
The 127 Senior Center members gathered together Friday, Feb. 7, to socialize with coffee, goodies and chit chat. They played billiards, dominos and bingo, with Arlene Simmons calling the numbers and the prizes furnished by Quality Health Care. Correction: Last week the gifts were furnished by the Life Care Center of Crossville. Sorry.
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