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‘I Married an?Angel’ on tap at Deersville

Harrison Happenings

March 5, 2011
KAY?SEDGMER Lifestyles Editor

THE SPRING musical presented by the Deersville Community Players (DCP) was recently announced by Executive Director Joyce Lannuam.

"I Married an Angel" is scheduled for six performances June 17, 18, 19, 24, 25 and 26 and auditions will be held next Sunday, March 13, at 2 p.m. in the Deersville Theater.

The production is under the direction of DCP President Richard Hodkinson who will be assisted by Judy Bear.

Cast requirements include the following: principals, three women and three men; featured, 10 women and one man; and a large singing-dancing ensemble with numerous small roles. The chorus can be of all ages; however, no children under the age of 10 are needed.

"I Married an Angel," is produced through special arrangement with Rodgers and Hammerstein Theater Library of New York.

The play centers around a wealthy banker who become disillusioned with women an vows the only one for him would have to be an angel. It is only a song or two before his "dream" girl flies in the window.

He marries her and soon finds that angels can sometimes be troublesome, having none of the human failings that all mere mortals need to tolerate in one another.

Angel's ability to be in any way dishonest results in her successfully alienating everyone from the Banker's biggest depositor to society's dame.

Through some side-splitting shenanigans, Angel is brought down to earth, for what is, naturally, a wedding made in heaven.

Those wishing to audition but unable to attend the March 13 event should call Hodkinson at 740-922-5470 to make other arrangements.

Those with further question, should contact Lannum at 740-658-3592.

DO YOU know a little girl between the ages of 4 to 7 who would like to "Party Like a Princess?"

Well, this is an event just for her!

On Saturday, March 26, from 3 - 5 p.m., Team Divine Inspiration of the Harrison County American Cancer Society Relay for Life Team, will host the princess event at the Cadiz Presbyterian Church Social Hall on West Market St., Cadiz.

For $10 each, the girls will enjoy making crafts, participating in several games and other activities, have their picture taken with a prince, and have a princess make-over. Refreshments will also be served.

All proceeds from the event will go to the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life which will be held June 10 and 11 at Dr. James Z. Scott Field in Scio.

SPEAKING of the Relay, a Longaberger Bingo will be held April 10 at the Hopedale Social Hall beginning promptly at 2 p.m.

There will be 20 treasure filled baskets or pottery available for participants to win.

Tickets are $20 each and a 50/50 raffle will be held along with other raffles.

Food, fun and prizes will also be awarded through the afternoon.

To purchase a ticket, contact any local team captain or contact Event Co-Chair Marianne Custer at 740-945-0234 of Co-Chair Lorrie Jackson at 740-942-3924.

ALTHOUGH it is nearly spring, the Harrison Coal and Reclamation Historic Park (HCRHP) has something you might be interested in!

The group has gathered pictures which have been combined to make a very interested calendar for 2011.

Photos of the Mountaineer, the first Marion Power Shovel #3760 in a series of giant strip mining shovels to work this area, are featured in the calendar and range from the constructing of the behemoth in 1955 to its "walking" to Egypt Valley.

These calendars, which are available in a limited number, may be obtained at the Cadiz/Harrison County Visitors Center, 143 South main St., Cadiz; The Puskarich Public Library on East Market St., Cadiz; The Scio Library in Scio; the Freeport Branch Library in Freeport; or by contacting Dale Davis at 740-391-4135.

You may also order by mail at HCRHP, P.O. Box 403, Cadiz, 43907.

Cost is $10 per calendar. Shipping is an additional $3.

Members of the group are planning to create a series of these calendar and will feature others giant earth movers such as the Gem of Egypt and The Silver Spade.

The project is sponsored by the Cadiz Insurance Agency, Butter Ridge, Custer Pharmacy, Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home with photos provided by Dale Davis.

Additional information on HCRHP may be obtained by contacting Claren Blackburn at 740-937-2460.

Sedgmer may be reached at ksedgmer@timesleader



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