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was a free tors walked away experiencing County High not only a night of fun, but a 19 (from 6 to 9 night of learning as well. student One of the best things about g art- an event like 'Night of the Arts' in is that it allowed people to be poetry, entertained, while at the same and foreign time enabled them to see the ranged from hard work and dedication that skits, and students put into each project. games, While touring the school, visitors cuisine viewed the different processes it took to make each creation. night, visi- For example, while sampling Our Web site for this week's Have a nice day! tCtCt the Spanish foods cooked by stu- dents, one could see pictures of the actual process in which the students made the guacamole or enchiladas, and even pick up a copy of the recipes if they wanted to try it for themselves at home. Those more interested in three-dimensional art could view the evolution of a piece of ceram- ics that goes from a simple ball of clay to a beautiful glazed coil pot, without having to drive to the nearest gallery. For the more theatrical type, the drama club performed a scene from their upcoming come- dic play, "Murder's Bad But Monday Can Kill You." The night also featured the poems entered in Ohio County High School's poetry contest with the top ten winners reciting their works aloud. In any case, no matter what interests you, the varied selec- tion of entertainment at 'Night of the Arts' was a guaranteed good time for the entire family. So if you missed it this year, look forward to an even better Night in 2003! Season of fresh beginnings. spring with a COmplexion with Friday, June 14; 7 p.m. L MICRODERMABRASION a gentle procedure that works by exfoliation of the dead that can dull your complexion. crodermabrasion will help to bring back that youthful glow. This procedure will also remove fine lines, sun well as acne and surgical scaring. for more information please contact the offtce of Cole .. 270.298.4700 Choir will slug at the Rosine United Methodist Church at 7 p.m. #ORG-0726 every Thursday night at the Ohio County Park. For more information call be an O~ Young people's meeting at 7 p.m. at the Wayland Early Childhood Center for people with overeating 2984093. p.m. at St. Francis Community Center in Horse Branch. at the LoB,, 23 Park Avenue, Madisonville. 7-11:30. Admission ~ed. I veterans service officer will be at the Senior Ci~n Center, Ohio County Park from I0 a.m. to I pan. He will This is a free service for all veterans. For information, call 276-3688. POtluck at 5 p.m. Y and gospel music at Resine Barn Jamboree in Rosine from 7;30 p.m. - ? It's free! 50 and over at 7 pan. at the Community Center. play at the Ohio County Park from 7-10 p.m. roll play for a dance at the Ohio County Park from 7 to 10:30 p.m. Admission will be charged. - 8 pan. at the Community Center in the bal~ment; the multipurpose room. a County Park, indoor arena. (Beagle) at Ohio County Park. will play at Ohio County Lanes from 9 pan to 12 aan. $5 at the door, kids 12 & under free. e reoovery seminar and support group meets at Calvary Temple Assembly in Owensboro at 7 p.m. Child Church is located at 800 Chuck Gray Court (Fredefica Bypass). For more information, call Baize 270-691-1122. d - 8:30 p.m. at Old Wayland School, Together We Care. ance at the Executive Inn in Paducah from 7- 11:30 p.m. Admission charged. School Site Base Council meeting at 4:30 p.m. at the school. Bingo #ORG.0749 at7 p. m. at the VFW building. For more information, call 274-7347. the Pub, 1348 Division, Evansville, Indiana. From 7-II. 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