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Panhandle Live for Oct. 2, 2012
by Hans Fogle,posted Oct 2 2012 11:34AM
We got started this morning with David Melton from the Social Security Administration. He told us all about Disability benefits. I was pleased to learn that there are incentives to get folks back to work, as well as opportunities for them to do so. Find out more at their website, or call them at 1-800-325-0778.
Tina Dorsey looks ready for the big-mini fair this weekend! War memorial Park will be the scene as various groups and organizations come out to present all sorts of fun events for kids. There will also be a slew of their favorite characters on hand. It's this Saturday from 10:00am to 3:00pm at War Memorial Park. It will benefit CCAP/Loaves and Fishes, the Salvation Army Angel Tree, and the troops. You can get some more details about the Lady Appleseeds at their website, along with details about Saturday's mini-fair!
We had a full house with the Full Circle Theater. Laura Richards Bakin, Diana Jurand, Brian McDonugh and Rudy Bakin spoke about the Young Actors Theater Lab (YATL), a youth program that they hold throughout the year. The website has all sorts of information about what your child could learn from the experience. They also previewed their plans for the upcoming adult season at Full Circle. Keep your eyes peeled for details about auditions, tickets and show times at their website as well!
And we wrapped up talking about the Be Hive. October 27th the new organization will open its doors in down town Martinsburg. Robin and Mike Schaeffer joined us to talk about character building and how working as a community can help. Check out the interview and visit their website for more information!