Missoula Children's Theatre Presents Cinderella
Where: The Lincoln Theatre in Historic Downtown Marion
When: July 11 - 3:00 p.m.
All this week more than 50 children are rehearsing at The Lincoln with Missoula Children's Theatre for a full-scale musical production of a classic tale. They are attending rehearsals and workshops each day during this residency, preparing for a spectacular public performance of their work.
Missoula Children's Theatre will present Cinderella on Saturday, July 11at 3:00 p.m. at The Lincoln Theatre.
For more information thelincoln.org
Congratulations to Kasey Robinson
Wytheville Community College announced the Honor List for Smyth County Students and our own Kasey Robinson made the President’s Honor Roll for 2015. Kasey is a Commercial Lending Assistant at the Hometown Financial Services office in downtown Marion. We’re very proud of you, Kasey!
Radio Bristol to Hit the Air This Summer
WBCM, Radio Bristol, is a not-for-profit radio station and online media center that listeners will be able to access on their FM radio, online, and via an app on their mobile device. Programming will focus primarily on American roots music. WBCM will offer free streaming content on three channels.
Located inside the Birthplace of Country Music Museum, WBCM – Radio Bristol will broadcast from a studio equipped with historic vintage gear, restored to meet the modern needs of a fully functional radio station. The studio will serve as a working exhibit where visitors and students can experience a live broadcast firsthand. birthplaceofcountrymusic.org/wbcm
Two Banking Stars Recognized
We’re celebrating the hire date anniversaries of two of our employees, each with a movie star-sounding name.
Madison Ward, who works at multiple bank branches, two years.
Cheyenne Thompson, of The Bank of Abingdon, three years.
Can't you just see these names up in lights?" Starring Madison Ward and Cheyenne Thompson with Johnny Depp!"
Downtown Celebration Festival
Where: Historic Downtown Marion
When: Saturday, July 18
Downtown Marion will celebrate a great community success story with a "Downtown Celebration Festival" marking two decades as a certified Virginia Main Street community. It all happens during the annual Chili Cook-off weekend. On Saturday, July 18th from 7-11pm, the Town of Marion will block Main Street with a stage for a free concert featuring Folk Soul Revival and Mike Ryan Band. Downtown restaurants will be setting up additional seating and serving food and beverages outside their storefronts. Selected restaurants will also have beer gardens. There’s much more in store! Contact Olivia McDonald at 276-783-4190 or email email@example.com.