Hang on, we are only a month away from spring!And, as usual, it gets to be the busiest season of the year. Youll want to mark your calendars for April 12 when the Kent State University Orchestra Society will hold its 28th annual Evening With the Orchestra at the KSU Student Center Ballroom.
As usual, it is one of the most popular events of the season.The evening will begin with a social hour at 6 p.m., dinner will be served at 7 p.m., and at 8 p.m. the KSU Orchestra, under the direction of Frank Wiley, will perform.This years guest director will be Terry Kuhn.Then there will be dancing til the lights go out.
Tickets are $45 per person.For reservations, call any member of the Society Board (that includes me).
Maryalice Seaholts is president of the Society, and funds raised at the dinner go to KSU Music Scholarships.
Last weeks Have a Heart for Hospice luncheon held at the Twin Lakes Country Club was a huge success. The room was packed, the food was great, and the fashions from Terri Ellen in Hudson were wonderful.The mens clothes were from Jabbours of Hudson, and that always adds to the fun.
Among those attending were two residents of Laurel Lake, Elizabeth Fackler and Mary Lee Riddle.
Congratulations to Elliot Bennett, caretaker of the United Church of Christ in Kent.He has been appointed as district executive for the Boy Scouts, Great Trail Council.
The Spring Dinner for the Friends of the Libraries at KSU will be held April 15. The speaker for the event will be Pamela Jensen, Harry Clor Professor of Political Science at Kenyon College.She will be offering her insights on the value of a liberal education.