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Description for Dec 13, 2014

Storytelling:   Amy shares the ending of the musical play CSA produced in 2001 where the main producers were the 4th grade students of Jackson County—“Samantha Bumgarner and the History of Mountain Music.  (Music: “The Old Guitar” Acoustic Guitar) (Guest musician: Ron Smith with “Lil’ Liza Jane”)

Creative Corner:  Doreyl spends time with T.J. Holland as he talks about the history of the Eastern Band of Cherokee.  (Music: “Cherokee Morning Song”  by Robbie Robertson )

Stories of Mountain Folk: (125th Anniversary of Sylva)  Amy’s guests are Dorris & Sam Beck who tell stories of how they met, and recall some of the people they knew in Sylva in the 40’s.  (Music: “Sugar Foot Rag” by the McDowell Family)

This is my Home: Joe Rhinehart reads a story written by John Parris—“Of the Chimes and Gifts of Life”—a story for Christmas.  (Music: “Christmas Violin Jesu —Violin Music for Christmas)

Down Another Road: Judy’s guest is Frank Rodgers from Graham County; they discuss the moonshine history in Robbinsville.  (Music:Double Eagle” by Lee Moore)

Closing Song: “Carol of the Bells” by the Ukrainian Bell Carolers.

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