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STAFF BLOG TALES FROM THE CHIEF Revolution
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Yearly ‘Gone Country’ show is Friday, Saturday
WORTHINGTON – Area country music aficionados have little time left to wait: the annual “Gone Country” musical revue at Worthington’s Memorial Auditorium Performing Arts Center (MAPAC) is set for Friday and Saturday evenings.
Cast of 56 entertains Thursday through Sunday at Memorial Auditorium
WORTHINGTON — An energetic cast of 56 students is primed for this weekend’s performances of “Hairspray,” the 2013 Worthington High School (WHS) All-School Musical. The musical is well known for its infectious concluding number, “You Can’t Stop the Beat.”
Half-cent sales tax on pace to be collected in full early
WORTHINGTON — During the election in 2008, the citizens of Worthington passed a half-cent sales tax to pay for renovations to Memorial Auditorium and the construction of an event center.
Area youths sharpen their drama skills with Missoula Children's Theatre
WORTHINGTON — “I love acting,” professed Mariah Elser, a 12-year-old from Sibley, Iowa, after roughly five hours of rehearsal Tuesday evening.
Thank you so much, Lee and Fern Anderson, for the letter you wrote concerning liquor being served at Memorial Auditorium. I totally agree with you and am disappointed in the city council for allowing this to happen.
Joyce Soderholm, Worthington
, October 03, 2012
WORTHINGTON — For the seventh year, the Memorial Auditorium is going country, but this year there will be a twist. Gone Country has gone gospel.
With songs such as “I’ll Fly Away,” “Long Black Train,” “Amazing Grace” and “Wings of a Dove,” the country-flavored gospel standards are sure to be a hit with all ages.
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