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The “Can-Can Follies” will feature well-known people from the Paris community participating in a series of hilarious skits. Some of those participating include Kenny Dority, Eddie Clement, Greg Wilson and District Attorney Gary Young.
The skits are all set to music; however there is no singing involved, instead everything is lip synced.
The skits consist of everything from Pee Wee Herman to Elmer Fudd to the Blues Brothers. In these very humorous skits, participants are encouraged to be downright goofy to support a very good cause.
The approximate 2-hour show will begin both nights at 7pm. Tickets are $35 for adults and $20 for students.
To purchase a ticket, or for information on how to volunteer, contact us at (903) 784-2580.
Meals on Wheels is committed to ending senior hunger and provides meals to the seniors of Lamar County.
The first shot clinic is tomorrow, July 19th at 10am. The next shot clinic is the following Saturday, July 26th. Followed by one on August 2nd and the final one of August 9th. All shot clinics are from 10am-2pm and will be held at the Paris -Lamar County Health District building, located at 400 West Sherman Street.
No appointments are needed, but the child must be 18 years old or younger and a parent must be with the student. Students must also have a shot record with them. Health department officials encourage parents not to wait until the last minute to get their kids shots.
To participate in the shot clinic, the child’s vaccines cannot be covered by insurance. Medicaid, as well as private pay, are accepted. The cost is $5.00 per child.
If you have any questions, call (903) 785-4561.
The speakers for the week include Daniel Norris (7/20); Joe Oden (7/21), Chase Stogsdill (7/22), JW Davidson (7/23 & 24) and Josh Radford (7/25, 26, & 27).
Service times are Monday-Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 6pm.
The Canaanland Church is located at 7055 Lamar Road in Reno.
For more information call (903) 783-1720 or www.facebook.com/canaanlandCOG.
Another “Walk with a Doc” is scheduled for tonight at 6pm at the Trail de Paris, Collegiate Entrance.
Walk with a Doc is a nonprofit program that has 148 chapters, mostly in the U.S., offering free 30- to 45-minute doctor-led walks in parks and malls. The goal is to encourage people to exercise and be healthy. The Lamar County chapter was started this past spring.
For more information visit http://www.walkwithadoc.org.
Through the efforts of Premier Home Care & Hospice, Paris Community Theatre and the play sponsors (First Federal Community Bank; Harrison, Walker & Harper) a special performance of ‘The White Liars/Black Comedy’ (click for more info about the play) will be held tonight as a fundraiser for the New Hope Center of Paris.
The performance starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $12. There will be a free wine and cheese reception at the theatre after the play.
This is another event in a series of fundraisers that Premier Home Care & Hospice is doing for this year’s ‘Beauty is Ageless’ Senior Beauty Pageant, which is the New Hope Center’s big annual fundraiser.
Tell your friends, bring yourself and bring your family out to support this great cause in beautiful downtown Paris.