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Description for Nov 22, 2014

Storytelling:   Amy shares PART 2of 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)

Creative Corner:  Doreyl talks with Nanci Leigh from Franklin, who talks about her jewelry (Music: “Grandma’s Feather Bed”  by Home Delivery)

Stories of Mountain Folk: (125th Anniversary of Sylva)  Amy’s guest is Bill Crawford, a walking historian of Jackson County history. He continues his stories about Sylva’s history from the 1930’s.  (Music: “Appalachian Fire” by Appalachian Fire)

This is my Home: Joe interviews Ruth Truett,, a weaver at John C. Campbell School. They talk about the “Shaker” weekend at the school.  (Music: “Smith’s Real” by the McDowell Family)

Down Another Road:  Judy continues her conversation with Winona Eye from Cullowhee, who shares her memories of her father and white lightening.  (Music:Little Brown Jug” by Henry Queen)

Closing Song: “Prayer Wheel” by Andrew and Lawrence

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