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Franklin High School Advanced Drama and Stagecraft Instructor Robert Jessup recently spoke to the Drama Club at Mountain View Intermediate.

Jessup brought along two of his advanced theater students, Jacob Plouse and Regan Long, to share their experiences in theater.

Together they performed skits demonstrating their craft.

 

  

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We know that sometimes it’s hard to remember to return those library books and DVDs, and then the fines start mounting up," says the staff at the Macon County Public Library. "So, to give our friends and neighbors a chance to come back to the library, and to give our books a chance to come home, the Fontana Regional Library system is having a 'Love Your Library' Amnesty Week, Feb. 9-14."

During that week, library users may visit any Fontana member library in Jackson, Macon or Swain counties, return or renew overdue materials and when they say, “I love my library” all overdue fines for the items will be forgiven. If an overdue item has already been returned but still has fines on it, people may present their library cards and say, “I love my library” and any overdue fines will be forgiven. And for people who may have lost their card, the library will replace it for free through Saturday, Feb. 14.

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Last Tuesday and Thursday, the Macon County Public Library celebrated Winnie the Pooh’s birthday with fun, games, and sweets.

The Children’s Library staff, Maggie Kennedy and Cristen Dando came dressed as Winnie the Pooh and his pal Tigger and read tales from the dynamic duo’s adventures in the 100 Acre Woods.

The event was part of National Winnie the Pooh Day, which was celebrated on January 18.

 

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With bagpipes in the background and a traditional Scottish meal served hot, the 19th annual Burns Night Celebration was held Saturday night at Tartan Hall. In honor of the 256th anniversary of Robert Burns' Birthday, the Friends of the Scottish Tartans Museum hosted the night of fun, food, and culture. Master of Ceremonies Bob McCollum offered opening remarks, which followed a procession of tartan banners.

Robert Burns, Scotland's favorite son, is known as being one of the greatest Scottish poets and lyricists. Commonly regarded as the national poet of Scotland, Burns life and work have been celebrated around the world for centuries.

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