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This Weeks Program

Description for May 16, 2015

Storytelling: Amy shares her wedding day with us, with “Wedding Day 1962.” Music:  Background Music: “Lean on Me” byAcoustic guitar)

Creative Corner:  Doreyl spends time with Jeff Marley, the Heritage Arts Chair for the Nantahala School of the Arts at SCC's Swain Campus. (Music: “Evening Song” by the Cherokee National Children’s Choir)

Stories of Mountain Folk: Amy’s guest is once more Ray Carpenter from Robbinsville. Ray shares his love of poetry, why he’s a poet, and some interesting stories about family.  (Music: “Back Then” by the Smoky Mountain Boys)

Let Us March On: Mary Sue talks with Wanda Moore, who shares stories about her grandchildren.  (Music: “I’ll Be Alright”by Lessie Williams)

Down Another Road:  Judy spends time with her friends Sandy & Ron West, who talks about the Hot Springs Spa, the oldest spa in North Carolina.  (Music: “Jack Lambert’s Letter” by Buddy Melton from Songs From Jackson County)

Closing Song:  “God’s Rainbow Promise” by Betty Collins Brown

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