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Chester Haggard, Clark County High School class of 1942, and the former Emily Caswell Steele, CCHS class of 1944, are celebrating their 65th wedding anniversary June 9 in Huntsville, Ala., at the Magnolia Trace, Magnolia Room. Hosts for the event are...
Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Baker of Winchester announce the engagement of their daughter, Katherine DeWitt Baker, to Mark Anthony Estes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Estes of Mount Juliet, Tenn. The bride-elect is a 2003 graduate of George Rogers Clark High...
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email@example.comGood news for all you Angry Bird lovers out there. The latest game in the popular series, Angry Birds Space, was released on Thursday. The new game will be available on Android, iOS, Mac and PC platforms. The game, which features 60 levels of gameplay,...
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IMAGINATION NEVER FAILS: Blockbuster exhibit at Community Arts Center ends on high note of enlightenmentContributing writerThere is still time to go to SPACE … Imagine That! brought to us by Danville Pediatrics at the Community Arts Center, and sponsored in part by Women’s Care for the Commonwealth. Visitors can make their way into the Discovery Dome, create...
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Events for this column must be submitted to the Advocate by noon Tuesday to be in the Thursday newspaper. Call (859) 236-2551, ext. 135, with complete information, including hours and admission price, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. VISUAL ARTS...
email@example.comForget that bearded guy who portrays “The most interesting man in the world” in those Dos Equis beer commercials. Story Musgrave might take that title in real life. To call Musgrave simply a former astronaut is to sell his life way short,...
The Winchester SunAs a student at Winchester’s Oliver High School in the 1950s, John Prewitt remembers reading about far away places in his geography textbook. While he was fascinated by what he read, Prewitt didn’t think there would ever be a way for him to...
Contributing writerThe legendary former astronaut Story Musgrave has come and gone, but the dome still stands to be discovered and Galileo still speaks the dangerous truth. There is a week left for the “SPACE … Imagine That!” exhibit, presented by...
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Accent: Creative imagination -- CAC's 'Space' exhibit inspires visitors, volunteer to explore new firstname.lastname@example.orgAlthough the weather has turned cold, and sometimes snowy, visitors to Danville Pediatrics’ “SPACE … Imagine That!” at the Community Arts Center have been keeping warm where science meets art. Using imagination “We are...
The weather was gloomy Wednesday, with grey skies and cold morning rain, but the kids inside the Community Arts Center filled the square footage with so much bright enthusiasm, it was hard to tell. The first visitors to “SPACE … Imagine...
email@example.comIt’s been a year in the making and it’s finally here. “SPACE … Imagine That!” opened Thursday and staff at the Community Arts Center are not surprised by the amazement many continue to express about the exhibit. Kids of all...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs the “SPACE … Imagine That!” exhibit nears Thursday’s opening day, the Community Arts Center staff found themselves in the midst of a predicament earlier this week: Where the heck were we going to put all this stuff? It’s...
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