‘Christmas in Dixie’ held at PCHS Friday, Saturday night

first_img Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Email the author Tickets for “Christmas in Dixie” at PCHS Friday and Saturday nights are $5 for adults and $3 for students. Advance tickets may be purchased at the school office. “We are all excited about ‘Christmas in Dixie’ and look forward to presenting it to the community,” Duckworth said. “Students are involved in all areas of the performance. They will emcee the program, narrate it and, of course, perform.”Everyone is invited to an Open House tour of the PCHS new Fine Arts Building prior to the opening performance Friday. The tour will begin at 6 p.m. Print Article Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits The Pike County High School Fine Arts Department will present “Christmas in Dixie” at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the PCHS Fine Arts Building.“We invite everyone to join us for a warm evening of traditional Christmas classics featuring some of the greatest music and dramatic recitations of the season,” said Wayne Duckworth, PCHS choral director. “We are bringing together band, choral music, theater and art the for ‘Christmas in Dixie’ concert. The art classes created the set for the performances and the theater students are doing several dramatic readings.”The program will be presented in two parts. By The Penny Hoarder Skip Sponsored Content By Jaine Treadwell Book Nook to reopen Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthTop 4 Methods to Get Fortnite SkinsTCGThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel “The first part of the program will be the more contemporary songs of the season, including ‘Winter Wonderland,’ ‘Let It Snow’ and ‘Jingle Bells,’” Duckworth said. “The second part of the program will be sacred, seasonal music.”Duckworth said the musical program will include both vocal and instrumental solos. The soloists were selected through an audition process.This year is the first in several for a choral program at PCHS. ‘Christmas in Dixie’ held at PCHS Friday, Saturday night You Might Like Commission hears proposal The Pike County Commission heard a pitch from the engineering firm Volkert, Inc. during its bi-weekly meeting on Monday night…. read more Latest Stories Published 11:00 pm Monday, December 9, 2013last_img read more

Katharine McPhee Confirms Smash Cast Reunion for Bombshell

first_imgWe didn’t forget them! The Bombshell benefit concert that we’ve been lifting our skirts for since last month will welcome some familiar faces. Katharine McPhee has confirmed to Zap2it that she, along with her Smash co-star and on-screen rival Megan Hilty and other alums of the ill-fated NBC series, will take the stage for one night only to benefit the Actors Fund. As previously reported, the fictional Marilyn Monroe musical will come to life on June 8—one week prior to the initially announced June 15 date—at a venue to be announced. But Hilty’s not the only one joining McPhee. “It’s so cool,” said McPhee. “Me and Megan—everyone—Debra [Messing], Anjelica [Huston]. It’s going to be so fun. That was such a great, really fun—another really special job.” Additional cast members throughout Smash’s two seasons included Jack Davenport, Christian Borle, Jeremy Jordan, Andy Mientus, Leslie Odom Jr., Bernadette Peters, Brian d’Arcy James and Will Chase. In the series, McPhee played Karen Cartwright, a fresh-faced struggling actress from Iowa who gets her big break in the Marilyn Monroe bio-musical. Among her competitors for the role included Broadway vet Ivy Lynn, played by Hilty. Messing played Julia Houston, the musical’s lyricist, and Huston took on the role of Eileen Rand, the steadfast, martini-throwing producer. We’ll have to wait to see if the two who played behind-the-scenes roles will finally have their chance in the Bombshell spotlight. View Commentslast_img read more

Two St. Lucians and one Dominican remanded on drug charges

first_imgLocalNews Two St. Lucians and one Dominican remanded on drug charges by: – June 28, 2012 Share Sharing is caring! Share Sharecenter_img Lucian, Sheldon “Africa” JosephTwo St Lucians and one Dominican are on remand after being been jointly charged in relation to a drug bust which occurred at Toucarie Bay on Monday June 25th, 2012.On Thursday Shawn Earl Willie and Sheldon Joseph of St. Lucia and Allick Francis Simon of Cottage were charged with possession of Cannabis, possession of 681,908 grams of cannabis with intent to supply, importation of 681,908 grams of cannabis and conspiracy to import 681,908 grams of cannabis.The men were not allowed to enter a plea on the charge of conspiracy to import cannabis since the offence is an indictable offence.All three men pleaded not guilty to the three other charges.Kondwani Williams who represents Joseph and Willie did not make an application for bail, indicating that he was giving the police ample time to carry out their investigations.Dominican, Allick Francis Simon AKA CongoWilliams however requested that disclosure be made available as soon as possible in light that his clients are non-national. Police prosecutor Michael Laurent objected to bail for Dominican national on the grounds that investigations into the matter are ongoing.He explained that there are other charges which may be instituted by customs and police, and that the quantum of the drugs should be considered.St. Lucian, Shawn Earl Willie Laudat further stated that Simon posed a potential flight risk; since he had “allegedly” unlawfully exited and entered the island without proper documentation.“By him being in and out through the back door it poses a risk that he might leave again”, Laurent told the court.Attorney William Para Riviere who represents Simon informed the court that his client had “no” prior convictions and while it is true the offences are “severe” those were not “valid reasons” to believe his client would “flee” the jurisdiction.Riviere was unable to convince magistrate Ossie Lewis who presided over the matter.“Bail is denied categorically at this juncture,” magistrate Lewis ruled.Dominica Vibes News 494 Views   6 comments Tweetlast_img read more

Metamora man arrested after search turns up drugs

first_imgMetamora, Ind. — The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department says they arrested a Metamora man on multiple drug charges.According to the Sherrif’s department, David Heninger, 69, was arrested after officers executed a search warrant on a home in the 19000 block of Clayborn Street.Investigators received multiple tips from citizens regarding possible drug activity.The search turned up Marijuana, Drug Paraphernalia, and Legend Drugs.Heninger was arrested on the charges of Maintaining a Common Nuisance, Possesion of a Legend Drug, Possession of Marijuana, and Possession of Paraphernalia.last_img read more

Freshman attack Emily Hawryschuk fulfills childhood dream of playing at Syracuse

first_img Published on March 23, 2017 at 1:08 am Contact Nick: [email protected] | @nick_a_alvarez Facebook Twitter Google+ Emily Hawrsychuk idolizes the Syracuse greats who came before her. She spent days in her backyard shooting not at a net, but at the thick trunk of a tree that stood behind her house. She had pictures of SU legends in her room, reminders of their accomplishments and blueprints for her own path.Michelle Tumolo was the first. The 2013-graduate finished with 278 career points (141 goals, 137 assists) and was a finalist for the 2012 Tewaaraton Award. Then it was 2016 graduate Kayla Treanor, a name synonymous with SU lacrosse.As a seventh grader, Hawrsychuk watched her first lacrosse game and became addicted. She spent her middle school days shooting in her backyard mimicking Tumolo’s fierce shots. Imitating Treanor proved a little more difficult.A freshman at Syracuse, Hawrsychuk practices on the same field as Tumolo and Treanor once did, trading the tree for nets in Manley Fieldhouse. She plays under the same head coach, Gary Gait, and is a key contributor for No. 8 Syracuse (8-2, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference). The Victor, New York, native’s 15 goals are good for third on the Orange, even though the freshman doesn’t start.“I think she’s a very talented young lady,” Gait said. “She’s out there with the first group. We believe in her.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTreanor’s force and presence on the field could not be easily replicated in a backyard. Before every high school game Hawrsychuk played, she went on YouTube and watched highlights of the SU great. Hawrsychuk’s father, Nick, recalled seeing his daughter come home after games and going straight to the backyard to a bucket of lacrosse balls and net.She hasn’t loved lacrosse her whole life. The first time she picked up a stick was in the seventh grade and her father, who played lacrosse in high school but football in college at Alfred University, recognized his daughter’s skilled hand-eyecoordination and bought her a gift: a $30 stick from Dick’s Sporting Goods.“It was like a tennis racket, but she didn’t care,” Nick said.Hawryschuk, who finished high school with 378 points, didn’t care about what stick she used until she attended one of Gait’s lacrosse camps at SU. She saw the top-of-the-line plastic used by Tumolo and Treanor and realized it was time for an upgrade. Nick remembers spending a “small fortune” on the sticks.He pleaded with his daughter but she didn’t listen. The No. 8 recruit in the country refused to look at other colleges. Hawrsychuk told her father that she would one day play for Syracuse after watching a game on television.The pair made the 70-mile trek east on Interstate-90 to watch games in the Carrier Dome. Hawrsychuk got a first-person look at her heroes. During their first trip to the Dome, the two sat behind the visiting team’s bench all alone in a sea of concrete. They soon realized their error and laughed when they saw crowds pile in behind SU’s bench, the customary place for Orange fans to sit.“We didn’t know what to expect,” Emily Hawrsychuk said, laughing at the memory. “From then on, we sat on the right side.”Six years later, the Hawrsychuks still go to every game. Nick remains in the stands, now sitting with his younger sons and admiring the current crop of SU stars. Emily, meanwhile, plays on the Carrier Dome turf, cutting, dashing and scoring just like the people in the pictures in her bedroom once did. Commentslast_img read more