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  • Tuesday, March 12, 2013

 
Flowertown Players wanted
Auditions will be held March 16 from 4-6 p.m. to find performers to fill the Flowertown Players Stage at the Flowertown Festival
The Players are looking to fill the outdoor stage for the whole weekend and are encouraging local performers to come to the audition.
All types of performances will be considered:
• Dance/singing/monologues/scenes(1-4 people)
• Special skills/comedy/puppetry/improv
The audition should be a sample of what you want to perform at the festival.
 *Please keep audition materials under 5 minutes.
Performance slots will be 15 minutes to 1 hour and will be assigned:
Friday April 5th -- 9 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Saturday April 6th -- 9 a.m. - 5:45 p.m.
Sunday April 7  -- 9 a.m.- 3:45 p.m.
 
Cherry Case
Cherry Case from Nashville, TN will be appearing at Coastal Coffee Roasters at 108 East 3rd North St. in Summerville on Friday March 15 at 7 pm. For more information on the band, visit www.cherrycase.com or visit Coastal Coffee Roasters website at www.coastalcoffeeroasters.com to see upcoming acts scheduled for the venue.
 
Dorchester County Democratic Women
 Thursday, March 21 • 7 p.m.
 
The next meeting of the Dorchester County Democratic Women will be held on It will be held at the County Council Chamber, Use the Cedar Street entrance. The guest speaker will be Representative Joe Jefferson from Berkeley County. A representative from the Elizabeth Colbert Busch campaign will also attend.
Information: MGoodwine@bellsouth.net
Location: 500 North Main Street, Summerville 
                                
Godly Grandparenting
What:  One-day conference on how to be a Godly Grandparent
Title:    "Courageous Grandparenting in a Tumultuous World"
When:   March 16, 2013 
Time:    9:00 AM - 3:00 PM  (check in is 8:30 AM)
Where:  St James Church, James Island
Register:  www.passthelegacy.com by noon, March 15
Contact:  cathy@passthelegacy.com or Catherine Jacobs (843) 437-0442
 
Museum plant sale fundraiser March 16
The Summerville Dorchester Museum will hold its annual Historic Plant Sale in the Museum's Courtyard on Sat., March 16 from 8 am to noon. A wide selection of healthy, beautiful plants that grow well in the Lowcountry will be offered. Cash or checks only. Call 843-875-9666 for more information. The museum is located at 100 East Doty Ave, Summerville. www.summervilledorchestermuseum.org.
 
Summerville NAACP
 
Thursday, March 14, 2013 • 7 pm
The monthly meeting of the Summerville Branch of the NAACP will be held at the Dorchester County Chambers. (Please use the Cedar Street side entrance.)
Information: Felisa Geddis1st VP, Dexter Mack President, Debra Morotello, 2nd VP  
843.297.9779
Location: 500 North Main Street, Summerville
 
Flowertown Run
Late registration is still available for the 2013 Shamrock Shuffle, formerly known as the Flowertown Run. The 10K Run, 5K Run/walk, and 1 Mile Fun Run, will take place March 16 to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. The cost for late registration is $30 for the 5K/10K races and $10 for the 1 Mile Fun Run. Individuals can register for the run/walk by visiting any Summerville Family YMCA location. Packet Pickup for those already registered will be held at the Y's downtown facility (208 West Doty Avenue) from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. March 14 and March 15. Race packets will not be available on the day of the race.
 
Vendors needed
Vendors are needed for The Eva Jones Kidney Foundation's second annual 5K Run/Walk to be held Nov. 3 at Westcott Plantation to raise proceeds for Kidney research and awareness. All money raised from this event will be donated to MUSC Division of Nephrology. Anyone interested in having a booth at the event can find further details at: www.sekdc.org/EJKF2013.

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