More than 425 enthralled area students learning about World War II Nazi oppression and concentration camps sat spellbound watching local actress Nicole Jarrett in her portrayal of Anne Frank, Nazi camp victim, in Rachel Lee Rogers’ Anne Frank Project at the Opera Theater last weekend.
Just when you thought your favorite fall festivity was dressing yourself or your child up for Halloween, there’s another one in your family who can share in the frightening fun. Maysville Main Street and Hollywood Wardrobe Connection are joining forces to bring Pet Trick or Treat and Costume Contest to downtown. On Saturday, October 23rd from noon-2 p.m. pet owners can bring their little critters to local small businesses for treats and to have their costumes judged. At 1:45, the pets will be presented on the stage at Second Street Mall and winners will be announced. There, folks cannot only see the costumed pets, but get one of their own. The mall will also be the site of a pet adoption opportunity sponsored by the Mason County Animal Shelter.
Talbert House is increasing access to behavioral health and primary care in Brown County through a newly constructed 4,730 square foot facility. The facility offers professional integrated healthcare services by providing access to behavioral health treatment and primary care in one convenient location to adults, youth and families.