"I love the building, my sons love the building, and I bet my grandchildren will love it when they get old enough to come," Dr. Don Shull, retired English professor, said of the Hope Barber Shull Academic Resource Center, named in memory of his wife, Hope.
These are the founding members of the Chester County High School Winter Guard group - Luminescence - they will be performing their show REM in the SCGC Winter Guard circuit. CCHS is proud to have these outstanding young ladies as the inaugural group for the CCHS Winter Guard program.
The 80th annual Bible Lectureship at Freed-Hardeman University will take place next week, Feb. 7-11. This year's theme, "In My Place: The Servant Savior in Mark," will use the Gospel of Mark to teach the principles and sacrifice of Jesus Christ.
Kaitlyn Olive thought she was going to see a movie with her family, but she was in for the surprise of her life. The previews started without a hitch, but the first trailer caught the audience's attention.
Freed-Hardeman University is currently hosting, through Thursday, the 80th Annual Lectureship Series, "In My Place: The Servant Savior in Mark," on the Henderson campus. While this year's event adds new programs for the needs of today's audience (http://fhu. edu/lectureship), it will build on a rich history.
What a beautiful weekend we had! I thought spring had sprung early. Happy birthday is sent to Joe Gilchrist on Feb. 4; Meagan Barnett and Raghan Morton on Feb. 6; Larry Rose on Feb. 7; Bobby Tully, Ashley Fish and Alligrace Howell on Feb. 8; and on Feb. 9 Keith Escue and me!
Hello to my family and friends. It is good to be with you on another day and a new month. I hope each and every one of you had a wonderful blessed week. Please forgive me for not having my article in for last week. I am back this week!
The white man would never have guessed that he was about to learn a valuable lesson about our common humanity. On one of those Saturdays in downtown Henderson when Waynell Jones picked and sang the blues for the public, occasionally passers-by would give him a tip.
When we are dealing with a traumatic loss, what makes it especially difficult for many is that it involves matters of the heart. When we talk about the heart in conversation, we may use the word in several different senses.