TV star to present Christmas comedy
ANDERSON — Hollywood actor Frank Runyeon will present “Stories of Christmas”at 6:30 p.m. today at St. Ambrose Church, 2801 Lincoln St.
The Christmas comedy will be followed by a meet-and-greet with Runyeon, who has starred in more than 1,000 television shows over the last 20 years. He starred opposite Meg Ryan on “As the World Turns,” with acting roles on “Santa Barbara,” “Falcon Crest,” “General Hospital,” “LA Law” and “Melrose Place.”
The presentation is free, but donations will be accepted. For information visit www.frankrunyeon.com, www.st.ambrosechurch.com, or call 644-5956.
Share your holiday food, tradition story
ANDERSON — The Herald Bulletin is looking for people to share stories about their holiday food traditions for an upcoming story. Please call reporter Abbey Doyle at 640-4805 by today.
Volunteers needed for reading program
LAPEL — A Reading Buddies program is planned in Lapel to be held one day a week after school at the Lapel Public Library. Volunteers are needed to read to registered students in grades 1 through 4 in a one-on-one setting or in small groups in sessions that would last 30 to 60 minutes. Volunteers would be adults or high school students with a desire to help younger children become better readers and develop a love of reading. They would be trained by Cassaundra Day, Lapel Public Library manager; however, this is not a program of the Anderson-Stony Creek Library. Registration will be limited to students in the Lapel school district.
To volunteer or for more information about the program, call Rosilyn Upton, 534-4161 or Cassaundra Day, 534-4654.
Cypress Resume at public library
ANDERSON — Are you looking for a job? Anderson Public Library can help. With its newest database, Cypress Resume, you can create a professional-looking resume in minutes. In fact, no writing skills are required — simply enter your name, contact information, work history and educational background; choose the type of job you are seeking; and select from a number of concise, well-written job statements that accurately reflect your skills and qualifications.
This new job hunting tool covers over 100,000 professions, from warehouse workers and plumbers to accountants and lawyers. If you need assistance, stop by the Information Services desk for a demonstration or call 641-2456.
Daleville school homecoming Jan. 26
DALEVILLE — The Daleville Jr./Sr. High School homecoming will be on Saturday, Jan. 26. The Student Council members are attempting to find the following members of the Class of 1993:
Mike Alstott, John Blevins, Jeremy Bott, Jason Brenner, Corina Buck, Alex Cooper, Shawn Cummings, Sallie Foster, Chad Gosser, Melissa Hollingworth, Kandi Martin Floyd, Michelle Massengale, Ryan McKinney, Pam Morgan, Joshua Richman, and Lorinda Whittington Ramsey.
If you have contact information for these former students, call Pat Keogh, Student Council sponsor, at 378-3371 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Epilepsy support group meets Jan. 7
ANDERSON — The Anderson Epilepsy Support Group meets the first Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Park Place Community Center, 802 E. Fifth St. The next meeting is Jan. 7.
This meetings are free of charge and reservations are recommended.
Please email email@example.com if you plan to attend or if you have any questions.
TV star to present Christmas comedy
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