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Stories of Mountain Folk

This Weeks Program

Description for June 27, 2015


Storytelling: Amy gives you another episode of her early married life with “The Miracle in September.” (Music:  Background Music: “Here Comes the Sun” by Acoustic guitar)

Creative Corner:  Doreyl ’s guest is Doris Hunter from Franklin.  They talk about the “Summertime Arts & Crafts Show” at the Ramsey Center in Cullowhee. (Music: “Lonesome John” by Dirk Powell & Tim OBrien )

Stories of Mountain Folk: Amy interviews MaryElla Henry Fitzsimmons, who shares the history of her mountain family. (Music: “Ride This Train” by Appalachian Fire.)

Stories of the Cherokee:  Shawn Crowe continues with his story of Selu & Kinati with part 2 of a 3-part series. (Flute music is by Bo Taylor.)

Down Another Road: Judy Rhodes brings us more of the memories of Dorothy Reese Thoma, age 86, from Little Creek, Madison County. (Music: “Sweet Memories” by Joe Deitz)

Closing Song:  “Cryin’ Holy” by the Hominy Valley Boys

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