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Send Your Holiday Lights Photos!

Send Your Holiday Lights Photos!

As you start to put up your holiday lights around and in your home, think of snapping a quick photo and sending them to us.

We might feature your photo on air and online.

Send them to whereyoulive@13wmaz.com

 

Perry Christmas Parade Brings Santa To Town

Perry Christmas Parade Brings Santa To Town

The Perry Christmas Parade strolls through town Saturday, Dec. 3 at 2 p.m.

Santa will come through town in the parade!

The parade will start on Kellwood Dr., head down Courtney Hodges Blvd.,  through downtown on Main St., and finishes up on Houston Lake Rd.

 

Free School Flu Clinic

 

For the fourth consecutive year, the Houston County Health Department is offering a free flu vaccine on school campuses for children.  This vaccine is available at 40 public school sites between Dec. 5. and Jan. 31.

Parents of elementary schoolchildren are encouraged to be present for the vaccination.  Any parent is welcome at the vaccine clinic.  Consent forms will be sent home to parents.  The schedule for this year is shown below for the 38 elementary, middle and high schools.

 

The flu clinic will be open at various schools in Perry according to the schedule below:

 

 

Perry Primary

Dec. 7

Perry High Presents 'Elephant's Graveyard'

Perry High Presents 'Elephant's Graveyard'

 

HOUSTON COUNTY, GA – The Perry High School Theatre for the Performing Arts will present Elephant’s Graveyard on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011, at 7:00 p.m.  Tickets are $5 at the door. 

Elephant’s Graveyard is the true tale of the tragic collision of a struggling circus and a tiny town in Tennessee, which resulted in the only known lynching of an elephant.  Set in September of 1916, the play combines historical fact and legend, exploring the deep-seated American craving for spectacle, violence and revenge.

Joe Sendek serves as drama teacher and director.  Perry High is located at 1307 North Avenue.  For more information call 478-988-6298, ext. 21320, or e-mail joseph.sendek@hcbe.net.

 

Weekend Fun: Plenty to Choose From

Weekend Fun: Plenty to Choose From

This weekend...there is lots to do, as usual.

Many festivals and fall festivals and other fun in between:

Perry Music Festival Returns

Perry Music Festival Returns

The Perry Music Festival makes its return Saturday, October 29.

The four venues, First Baptist Church, Welcome Park, Carroll St. and Rotary Centennial Park will feature various bands throughout the day.

First Baptist Church features gospel and Christian music. Welcome Park features youth, solos, duets and easy listening music. The Carroll St. will have country, rock and alternative music. Rotary Centennial Park hosts blues, jazz and hip-hop.

According to the Perry Music Festival website, the lineup is as follows:

At First Baptist Church:

 

Westfield School Presents "Smile"

Westfield School Presents "Smile"

 

The Westfield School Drama Department will present a community performance of the one-act comedy-drama Smile by David Campton on Monday, October 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall.

The story portrays a family of women in the late 1880's who has gathered for a family photograph.

Through the course of the play, several family secrets are revealed. Cast members include Claire Flowers, Sarah Kate Johnson, Marren Brooks, Cami Pyle, and Avoly Pinckney.

Westfield students may attend free of charge. All other admission is $5 at the door.  

The cast and crew will be competing at the GISA AAA Region One Act competition in November.