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CCHS Theatre Arts Presents: Alice in Wonderland

The CCHS Theatre Arts classes will present Alice in Wonderland for their Spring Production. Join them for a trip into Wonderland, exploring a strange new world where things just aren’t as they should be! All of your favorite characters will be onstage to entertain people of all ages! This is an original adaptation of the classic. The show will be shown on May 3, 4, and 5th. Each showing will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the CCHS Auditorium. Doors will open at 5:45. Tickets are only $5 per person.

LaFollette Eye Clinic Honored By Lions Club

LaFollette Eye Clinic’s promise to their customers says that they care deeply about the overall health and well-being of both their patients and the local community. For the last 12 years, the business has been proving that promise by partnering with the Campbell County Lions Club.

At their most recent meeting, the local Lions recognized LaFollette Eye Clinic’s service by presenting them with a plaque. The award was accepted by Doctors Andy and Elizabeth Howard, owners of the clinic.

One service that the Lions Club performs is known as Kidsight Screening – a program that screens area children’s vision to detect for preventable blindness and other vision issues. “A lot of the work that we do as Lions is only possible with strong partnerships between our club and optometrists” said Brandon Johnson, a local club member. In 2017 alone, over 800 children were screened, and 70 had issues that led to them being referred to an optometrist.

About the Lions Club
For more than 100 years, Lions Clubs International has been serving those in need. With more than 1.4 million members, Lions are the global leader in humanitarian service. The local affiliate of this international organization has been chartered since 2006, and prides itself on serving the local community. For information on the club, please call (423) 494-4894.

Adult Day Care Available For Seniors

Caryville Library To Host Book Signing

Branam To Host Book Signing At LaFollette Public Library

Lucy Branam recently published her first book, “Roof Octopus”. The juvenile fiction book is a fun tail of a girl and the friendly octopus that lives on her roof.

Lucy will be coming to LaFollette Public Library to sign her book on Tuesday April 3rd at 2 PM to sign her book.

Lucy is not the only family member with a recently published work. Her father Tony Branam wrote the play, “Where
I belong,” now being performed at Postmark LaFollette.

LaFollette Public Library Director Nancy Green encourages everyone to Please come and support this local author!