LIMESTONE HEAD FOOTBALL COACH IS THURSDAY'S GUEST ON "SAINTS LIVE!"

BObbySaints Live! is set for the eighth edition of the 2013-14 season as head football coach Bobby James makes a special Hallowen appearance on Thursday, Oct. 31. Air time is 12:30 p.m. on WZZQ 104.3 FM/1500 AM, live from FATZ Café on Peachoid Road in Gaffney.

Hosted by Fabian Fuentes, Saints fans will get to hear from James about the upcoming on-campus Blue & White scrimmage game this Saturday, Nov. 2, at 1 p.m. Fans will also learn how the first fall practice has been going, and what challenges await the team as they head into their first spring semester.

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WORLD WAR II HISTORY IN UPSTATE SUBJECT OF LECTURE AT LIMESTONE

tollisonThere is history. And then there’s local history.

A lecture at Limestone College on Monday, Nov. 4, will especially hit home to history buffs in this area as Dr. Courtney Tollison from Furman University delivers a message entitled “World War II and the Transformation of Upcountry South Carolina: Understanding Ourselves Through Our History.” The event will take place at Fullerton Auditorium starting at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend, and there is no admission charge.

As part of a lecture series entitled “Renewing a Dream, Revisiting the South,” Dr. Tollison’s appearance is being made possible through a grant provided by Wells Fargo.

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Limestone College Choral Music Students To Perform At "Songs Of Life Festival"

Songs of Life - LogoChoral music students from Limestone College will be a part of the “Songs of Life Festival: A Melancholy Beauty” this weekend in both Charleston and Columbia.

Limestone’s 23-member choir is performing in the musical event recounting the little-known story of how Bulgaria’s 49,000 Jews were saved from the Nazis by ordinary citizens, church and government officials. It is being performed to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the 1943 rescue. The concert will be showcased at the Charleston Music Hall on Saturday, Nov. 2, at 7:30 p.m., and again the next day at 7 p.m. at the Koger Center for the Arts in Columbia.

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