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Recital by Limestone Music Faculty Tuesday, October 5th
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Left to right: Drs. Cathy Siarris, Chip Hill, Gena Poovey, Doug Presley and David Thompson.

The faculty of Limestone College's Music Department will present their annual recital Tuesday, October 5th, at 7:30 p.m. in Carroll Recital Hall.

Admission is free and open to the public.

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Limestone Set to Celebrate Homecoming Weekend 2010 with Exciting Schedule

Bernie_copyLimestone College will celebrate Homecoming Weekend 2010 September 30th-October 2nd, and the entire Limestone and Cherokee County community is invited to take part in full calendar of events.

"We have an exciting schedule of events for Homecoming 2010 for Limestone alumni and members of the Cherokee County community," said KC Barnhill, Director of Alumni Programs. "It's the perfect time to come together and celebrate warm memories of our past experiences at Limestone, while making new memories with friends and family."
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Limestone Students Fly Kites for Constitution Day
Constitution_Day_2010On Friday, September 17th, Limestone College students celebrated Constitution Day by constructing and flying original kites on the front campus to illustrate the historical document. The event was organized by Dr. David Woods, Professor of Criminal Justice at Limestone and Chair of the College's Social and Behavioral Sciences Department.

Shown in the photo are the winners of the kite contest, who won prizes from the Limestone Bookstore. The winners are (from left to right) sophomores Marissa Smith, Stephanie Wilson and Wykenia Hemingway.

 
Fine Arts Day Camp Participants to Present Theatre Production
Cinderella_kidsThis Saturday at 3 p.m., participants of Limestone College's Fine Arts Day Camp will present a production of "Cinderella's Kids" in the Limestone Theatre Center (130 Leadmine Road). Tickets are $5; children five-years of age or younger will be admitted free.

Taking part in the production are rising 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th graders from throughout Cherokee County who have spent the week learning various aspects of the creative arts, including creative writing, theatre, and music.

For more information, contact Evan Goetz at (864) 641-5779.

 
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