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This Weeks Program

Description for Apr 25, 2015

Storytelling: Amy shares her memories of “Spring in the Mountains,” and talks about “Greening Up the Mountains.” (Music:  Background Music: “Indian Killed the Woodcock & Redwing”

Creative Corner:  Doreyl’s guest iGlenn & Evelyn Bannerman, who talk about  Big Circle Mountain Dancing and their history within it.  (Music: “Birdie in the Cage” by Hank Barns)

Stories of Mountain Folk: Amy’s guest is Ray Carpenter from Robbinsville. Ray share stories about growing up in a family of 12 siblings.  (Music: “Love of the Mountains” by the Company Store)

Let Us March On: Mary Sue speaks with Sylvia Casey, a storyteller who lives in Charlotte, visiting the Sylva Area.   (Music: “Gospel Ship” by Liberty Baptist Choir-Soloist Barbara Austin)

Down Another Road: Reprisal March 29, 2014—Judy’s interview is with Susan Moore, originally from Madison County, who now lives in Black Mountain. She talks about Hot Springs back in the 1790s and more of it’s history.  (Music: “Clear Creek” by Appalachian Fire)

Closing Song:  “Smoky Mountain Days” by Keith Shuler

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