Texoma Squares Dance Club
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BELLS — K.C. Bailey and Cody Plyler will wed March 29 at Hebron Baptist Church in Bells. Officiating will be Houston Garner.
Youngsters in second through eighth grades will gain a hands-on theatrical experience during Theatricks’ Spring Workshop March 31 through April 25.
Several spring break activities are planned for this week at the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, 6465 Refuge Road in Sherman. The events are free and open to the public.
In the days before television or even silent films, theater was the local connection to the national conversation. Troupes would travel town by town and eventually everyone came to know “Hamlet,” the latest vaudeville joke or popular stage tune. Now theater has many competitors and the methods of attracting the local audience have had to change.
Bill Stringer is a man who recently came out of early-retirement feeling he had one more success story in his life. Stringer has been on the job for barely a month and has found new and gratifying meaning to his life. Through the government program, Experience Works, Bill was placed with Texoma Community Center (TCC) at the Day Habilitation site, one of the many services TCC’s mission provides to the Texoma area.
Steve Ayers was guest speaker when the Sherman Noon Lions Club met Feb. 26. Lion David Pedigo was the program chairman.
Due to Sunday’s cancellation because of icy conditions, an extra performance of Theatricks’ production of The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe has been set for 7 p.m. this Saturday for those who missed Sunday. There are also performances at 7 p.m. on Friday and at 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at the Honey McGee Playhouse, 313 West Mulberry, in Sherman.
Grayson County Historical Society
Hummingbirds will be the topic of this week’s Second Saturday program at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge. The free program begins at 10 a.m. in the refuge’s Visitor Center, 6465 Refuge Road, in Sherman.