David L. Bargo, Austin Dillingham, Rebecca M. Higginbotham, Charles Miller, Estil W. Partin, Elsie R. Smith, Timmy A. Smith
The Union College Theatre and the Bulldog Drama Club are hosting auditions for the fall production of ‘Til Beth Do Us Part. The production is a comedy by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten.
Auditions will be held in the Union College Fine Arts Building in the Rector Little Theatre. Audition dates include:
Tuesday, Wednesday, and ThursdaySept. 1-3 from 6-8 p.m.
No prior theatre experience is necessary to audition. Actors and technicians are needed for the production and the greater Knox County community is welcomed to participate.
For more information, contact Kim Yeager, Instructor of Theatre, at (606) 546-1312 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hazel Smith, of Cannon, will be celebrating her 97th birthday. She was born Sept. 6, 1918, in Hinkle. She was married to the late Robert Smith. The couple was blessed with four children, Jewel Smith of Cannon, Helen Fisher, of Michigan, and the late Mary Boone and Patsy Mays. Hazel has six grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and two great-great grandchildren. Hazel’s children would like to invite friends and family to help her celebrate her birthday from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, at the Scaff Chapel Pentecostal Church. No gifts are necessary.
We began this year with new excitement, new programs, and new goals. First, came the study from last year’s attendance. Knox County Schools
lost 300,000 instructional hours due to students lack of attendance. That’s right, our students missed that many lessons! Not only that, but our schools lost 1.3 million dollars in funding! This is a staggering amount of funds that could have provided for a world of difference for students in the classroom. However, as a kindergarten teacher, it is hard to convey these facts to four and five year olds. After my watered down speech of how important it is to come to school every day unless you are sick, a little boy eagerly raised his hand and begged, “Teacher, I just need to miss … um…one day … for my birthday… ok?”
By the middle of the first day, a little girl walked up to me and exclaimed, “You know what teacher? I’m so proud of you! You are the boss of this
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