EVE Notes -- Spring, 2019
Set for YOU CAN'T PLAY BALL IN A SKIRT! at the Beachwood Community Center

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What's Been Happening?

2019 opened with a presentation of NATURE TALES for the North Ridgeville Senior Center. The group got a glimpse of spring with this program that focuses on flowers. (It will be repeated in May for the Mayflower Guild of First Congregational UCC in Elyria.)

Things kicked into high gear in March.
St. Peter's UCC in Amherst celebrated Women's History month with WHAT'S HER STORY? spotlighting women from Ohio. We had two presentations of MOVING RIGHT ALONG (Amherst Historical Society and Maritime Museum of Sandusky). Beachwood Community Center hosted a luncheon on March 21 with YOU CAN'T PLAY BALL IN A SKIRT! Anne McEvoy portrayed Alta Weiss on a stage the Center put up that included a full kitchen and suitcases from the 1950s along with a baseball glove and bases! The capacity crowd enjoyed this early glimpse of summer. And, of course, there was the TRAIL MAGIC screening on March 23.

Bette Lou Higgins did the storytelling versions of YOU CAN'T PLAY BALL IN A SKIRT! in April for the Lorain Historical Society and the Lorain County Historical Society to kick off baseball season. On April 13, the DAR in Medina got into the spirit with YOU'RE A GRAND OLD FLAG: STORIES OF THE AMERICAN SPIRIT and heard the rousing stories of Debra Sampson and Katherine Goddard among others. (Don't know who those ladies are? Why not host a presentation and find out!) Residents at Menorah Park's Stone Gardens found out about some Amazing Architectural Achievements with a presentation of UNDER CONSTRUCTION.

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