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TVT patrons and friends.  Mr. Ray Larkins, one of our board of directors at TVT is having very serious life threatening medical issues and has been in the hospital for over six weeks. Please keep him in your prayers and here is another way you can help the family. I wanted to let you know about 2 events to assist Ray & Adele Larkins with expenses:

The Sherriff’s Dept./Homeland Security is having a fundraiser lunch for Ray this Saturday, January 24 at 11 am at the Sherriff’s training center in Evensville (located on Eagle Lane past the football stadium on the left).  They will have chili and hot dogs and all donations will go to Ray.  You can contact Jim Conner at Jim.Conner@la-z-boy.com for more information or to make a donation.

Dayton First Baptist Adult Choir and HOPE Sunday School class are sponsoring a “Love Luncheon” at First Baptist on Sunday, February 1st right after the morning service.  The meal is free (you just need to sign up so we know how many to plan for).  You will be given an opportunity to make a donation.  All money donated will go to Ray & Adele Larkins to help assist with medical expenses.  Come eat lunch and enjoy fellowship with your church family while we encourage and support the Larkins’. Call the church office (423) 775-0255

Congrats to the new 2015 Tennessee Valley Theatre Board of Director’s and their officers. We are looking forward to a dramatic year!

2015 Board of Directors

President –Harry Landreth
Vice President –Kathy Soja
Secretary – Mary Pendergrass
Treasurer –Gary Bemm
Howard Clifton,
David Eicher,
Karen Hilleary,
Ray Larkins,
Gina Luhn &
Dave Peterson http://ow.ly/i/8cEbH

Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will present The David Benedict and Michael Moore Duo on Saturday, January 24th. Cost is $10. For reservations, go to http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com or call 423-365-PLAY.

David excels on the mandolin and Michael revels on the guitar. Both are recent graduates of Bryan College in Rhea County and are embarking on a new album together. Fresh from the recording studio, the duo will be performing new original instrumental duets that will be featured on their
upcoming album to be released in spring 2015. For more information, go to
http://www.DavidBenedictMusic.com http://ow.ly/i/8bieV

Emi-Sunshine-Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will present Emi Sunshine and The Rain on Saturday, January 10, at 7:30 PM. Cost is $10. Reservations can be made online at tennesseevalleytheatre.com or 423-365-PLAY.

With a family musical lineage that goes back three generations it’s no surprise
that Emi Sunshine is a natural performer. Like her great-grandmother, Wanda, Emi has the ability to turn on the country charm and entertain a crowd. Wanda was a regular on Knoxville’s Own Midday Merry Go Round. Like her grandmother, the late Patsy Hamilton, Emi can sing the Lord’s gospel with the conviction of a soul who’s been on the earth years beyond her age and belt out a ballad that rips at your very heart. Emi Sunshine has won the Youth Talent Grand Prize at the Tennessee Valley State Fair singing her song, Madalyn’s Hill. Emi Sunshine and The Rain perform at festivals, concerts, and corporate events and have even performed on The Grand Ole Opry. http://ow.ly/i/886kN Listen to her music here! https://www.youtube.com/user/TheEmiSunshine

Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will hold auditions for Disney’s “Little Mermaid” on Monday January 5 and Tuesday January 6 from 3-PM. Actors should be between the ages of 12-18. Karen Hilleary will be director with Angela Garrison as musical director. Students should have a musical selection prepared to perform….it can be a song from Little Mermaid or something as simple as singing Happy Birthday. The play will be performed the first two weeks in May for local school students. For questions, email Karen at khhilleary@aol.com.

Journey “under the sea” with Ariel and her aquatic friends in Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr. adapted from Disney’s 2008 Broadway production. In a magical underwater kingdom, the beautiful young mermaid Ariel longs to leave her ocean home – and her fins – behind and live in the world above. But first she’ll have to defy her father King Triton, make a deal with the evil sea witch Ursula, and convince the handsome Prince Eric that she’s the girl whose enchanting voice he’s been seeking.

The show performance dates are May 8-10. Sponsored by: La-Z-Boy .

For more information on Tennessee Valley Theatre, go to: tennesseevalleytheatre.com

For reservations for any event at TVT, please call (423)365-PLAY (7529) or go to http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com.

Tennessee Valley Theatre is a 501(C)(3) non-profit corporation. Your tax deductible donations help fund a wide variety of drama, music, and arts programs and workshops, year-round, for people of all ages. TVT presents over 20 different shows and events each year!

We encourage you to share your appreciation of the theater and arts by forwarding this with a friend!

Tennessee Valley Theatre in Spring City will present The play “Christmas Comes to Detroit Louie” December 5-14. Shows are Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 and Sundays at 2pm. Cost is $10. For reservations, go to http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com or call 423-365-PLAY.

Tennessee Valley Theatre is a 501(C)(3) non-profit corporation. Your tax deductible donations help fund a wide variety of drama, music, and arts programs and workshops, year-round, for people of all ages. TVT presents over 20 different shows and events each year!

In this rest home-clinic setting on Christmas Eve, a group of people are waiting to see the doctor. Among them are Detroit Louie, the hard-hearted pickpocket; Harry the Lift, his dumb, but loyal right-hand man; John and Cara, who have just brought their father to be committed permanently and the Old Man, who refuses to believe his son would do such a thing. Also present are Mrs. Aiken, the hypochondriac, and the Blind Girl – who believes strongly in helping others; and Angel No. 2, who is on probation. He must make this mission count in order to get his wings back. He has permission to grant just one wish in this particular room and it is a very hard decision. This show will also play to area school children December 15 & 16. Cast includes: Minnie Wimmer, Kristen Janow, Jamie McIntosh, Audrey Yawn, Dan Frank, Dakota McClellan, Steve Orender, Tina Wade, Angelica Luther, April Hackler, Suzan Bean, Kimberly King, Bailey Hufstetler, Brian Hufstetler and Barbara Whittaker Directed by Chris Beam & Anessa VanHorn. Sponsored by: La-Z-Boy .

**Photo attached** (Pictured L-R: Jamie McIntosh as “Harry the Lift”, Dan Frank as “Detroit Louie”, Dakota McClellan as “The Doctor” and April Hackler as “Nurse”)

For more information on Tennessee Valley Theatre, go to: tennesseevalleytheatre.com

For reservations for any event at TVT, please call (423)365-PLAY (7529) or go to http://www.tennesseevalleytheatre.com.

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Tim Shelton at TVT

An already well-respected front man and singer in the bluegrass community, Tim Shelton rose to fame with his band NewFound Road. After signing to Rounder, a string of hits and critical praise, Shelton aims to venture into a brand new creative project as a solo artist, combining his love for rock, country, and folk. To introduce his solo effort, Shelton gave away his first single, “Learning How To Live Alone” free to the public in exchange for an email address via his Facebook.

Honest lyrics and Shelton’s pure voice are what make “Learning How To Live Alone” such a relatable song with it’s repetitive, convincing chorus and steady pace. Shelton’s confident introduction to his full-length debut is only driven by his respected reputation and vision.

For more information on Tim Shelton, go to http://timsheltonmusic.net. http://ow.ly/i/7ChE3

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