Monday, March 28, 2016

Janice Groves Shares Community Theater History April 7

LABELLE, FL. -- Janice Groves, a charter member of the LaBelle Firehouse Players as well as past-president of the Firehouse Cultural Center, Inc. will share her experiences with LaBelle's community theater over the past quarter century at LaBelle Heritage Museum on April 7 at 7 o'clock in the evening at the museum located at 360 North Bridge Street in the Downtown LaBelle Historic District.

Parking at the museum is limited, but Rene Curtis Pratt at Harold P. Curtis Honey Company, 355 North Bridge Street, immediately across from the museum says museum visitors for its evening programs are always welcome to use their parking lot.

There will be a short museum business meeting following a break for refreshments at the end of Mrs. Groves' presentation. Margaret England, chair of the museum's nominating committee, will present a slate of 1-year officers and one 3-year director to be elected at the May 5 program meeting. Nominations from the floor will be in order at the May meeting; however, all individuals being nominated from the floor must agree in advance to serve if elected.

The officers and director elected at the May meeting will take office at the Annual LaBelle Heritage Museum Potluck Dinner to be held at the museum on Thursday, June 2. All LaBelle Heritage Museum meetings are open to the public.

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