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Presented by: The Chambersburg Ballet Theatre January 31 2015, | 2:00pm ~ Doors Open at 1:00pmJanuary 31, | 7:00pm ~ Doors open at 6:00pm In the enchanted garden of Kastcheï the Immortal, the Firebird appears, chased by Prince Ivan. The Firebird tries to pluck golden apples from the magic tree, but Ivan seizes her and will not release her until she gives him one of her feathers as a pledge of help should he ever need it. She flies off. The darkness dissolves, and Ivan finds himself at the gate of an old castle. Eight maidens come out, led by the beautiful Tsarevna, who tells him that this is the castle of Kastcheï, a magician who attacks passing travelers by casting spells on them. The couple dance. As dawn arrives, the maidens must return to the castle. In spite of Tsarevna's warning, Ivan decides to follow them. As soon as he opens the gates, bells ring out and a crowd of strange figures rush from the castle, followed by Kastcheï. Kastchei advances on Ivan and tries to turn him to stone. But Ivan shows him the Firebird's feather. She reappears and forces the crowd to dance until they fall exhausted to the ground. Suddenly, Kastcheï appears and mortally wounds the Firebird. As she lies dead, Ivan steals the great egg that contains Kastcheï's soul. He throws it to the ground. Kastcheï dies, and his spell is broken. The captives are restored to human form and the Firebird is reborn. Tsarevna and Ivan are married, and everyone rejoices. Ticket Prices: Adults $15.00* Students 6yrs - College $10.00* Children 0-5 $8.00*
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Looking for students needing volunteer hours who enjoy working with girls K-12th grade. I would love to tell you more how you can be a mentor for girls in the Chambersburg area. Give me a call at 717 682 5374. Look forward to talking to you soon. Pam Lady, Membership Recruiter
Hi my name is Jordan Cox and I just wanted to reach out to anyone who could help spread the word on a performance that will be taking place in early March and the performance is called "Vagina Monologues." It is such an extremely important play and there are many people on campus that do not know what it is truly about; nevertheless, I think it's important for students to know that it is a play that discuses advocating for women who are domestically abused. The Monologues within the play are all different, which makes it educating and informative at the same time. There are Monologues that are funny, some are sad, and some are facts. Overall, I just want to spread the word about the production that will be taking place in early March and wanted to know if anyone could help us get the word out. Having someone from the Billboard staff do an interview or write an article with the Director, who is Heather Humwood, or the Co-Director, which is me, or the people that are in the play, or even all of us would be a tremendous help. We just want everyone to be informed about this upcoming performance and if anyone is interested in helping out on set or being a part of the play feel free to email either Heather or I. Even if someone has any helpful or creative ideas feel free to share them with us and we hope everyone gets a chance to attend the performance! Thank-you! [Jordan Cox] Heather's email is: Heather.firstname.lastname@example.orgMy email is:Jordan.email@example.com
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I am looking for someone to care for my two boys ages 4 and 3 from approx. 3:30 pm-6pm M-F. Looking for a Responsible female that is a loving and caring young woman. Serious inquiries only.... Contact Melanie @ 973-930-6224 Cell.
1 blue mermaid dress, size 7, worn once, Blondie Nights - maker. $60. Condition: excellent.1 green flair skirt prom dress with fitted bodice, sleeveless top, size 9, Debut - maker. Condition: has small clear stain on front. $25. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 3180
Magazines given to Bob Dickson for photography classes.
1. Computer table on wheels- 29.5" wide; 19.5" deep; 29" high; sliding tray for keyboard; shelf on bottom; blonde woodlook laminate finish; $25
2. (Portable sewing machine) table - 40" wide; 29.5" high; 19" deep; leaf extension expands depth to 36" X 14.5" wide on left side; left side also has door w/ 19" deep shelf; dark woodlike laminate finish - $25
If interested contact Sharon at ext. 3260
I have at least two dozen Ball canning jars and lids & 10 years of Smithsonian magazines free to anyone who can use them. Email me at email@example.com and I will bring in next work day to Alumnae House for your pickup.
The canning supplies have been claimed.
We have some extra children’s furniture here in Lortz and it is free to a good home (first email, first served).
A small child sized mattress with a pink sheet (~ 50in X 28in);
A round camp-style Hannah Montana chair,
A wooden child sized Dora the Explorer table with two chairs; and
A Diego Animal Rescuer pillow.
If you are interested in any of please contact Bob Dickson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
You are on your own for delivery.
It’s free and first come first serve!
Robert K. Dickson
Associate Professor of Fine Arts
Chair, Department of Fine Arts & Dance
The American Red Cross Blood Drive will be held on Tuesday November 1st in the Patterson Bay of Laird Hall from noon -6pm. Past donors and first time donors encouraged to attend. Please GIVE!