The fair is nearly here, but the Homemakers quilting club has been knitting, sewing and embroidering away for months.
“I spend a lot of time sewing, and a lot of weeks I spend everyday sewing,” said Bonny Glass.
Glass has a total of five different items to enter in the Grant County Fair this year. For some of her pieces, like quilt tops, it will take her three to four months to complete. She also volunteers during the fair.
LeeAnn Fryman, John Siedenberg II and Jacob Siedenberg have all been breaking a leg this summer, figuratively speaking. The actors have been lending their talents to the Kincaid Regional Theatre, in Falmouth, in the play, “Smoke on the Mountain.”
John Siedenberg II is stepping off of center stage and in to the background for a chance to direct his first play.
Siedenberg, a 2009 Williamstown High School graduate, recently wrote “Beauty of Innocence,” a story about teen pregnancy. His directorial debut will be at Kincaid Regional Theater and will star a couple of Grant County actors.
Manger Ministries, operated by Lawrenceville Baptist Church, located on Ky. 1993 in Corinth, will be closing their clothing closet until the construction of a new building to house the ministry is completed.
The public in invited to browse their inventory and take what they need absolutely free from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 29-30. Call Lisa at (859) 462-2362 for more information.
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