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Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Cassville choir ready for winter show

The annual "Sweets and Song" choir performance will be at 6 p.m. on Jan. 13 and 14. Cassville High School's award-winning show choirs, No Boys Allowed (NBA) and Centerstage, will premiere their 2017 competitive shows. The doors will open at 5:30 p.m. at the Cassville Event Center on the middle school campus. Tickets are $10 per person, available at the door, and all money raised goes to support the show choirs. To reserve a corporate table, people may email chswildcatchoir@gmail.com. Included in the price of each ticket are all performances, a dessert, and a choice of a beverage. Both individual and small group performances will be showcased between choirs.

Senior Center hosting dance

The Cassville Senior Center will host a dance on Jan. 14 from 7-10 p.m. Attendees should bring Finger fdoods for sharing. For more information, people may call 417-846-3024.

HiSET tests being offered in Cassville

The Adult Education and Literacy Department of Crowder College in Cassville will offer High School Equivalency (HiSET) testing on Jan. 13. Applicants must register and pay online at www.hiset.ets.org. HiSET is the alternative to a high school diploma. The test costs $95 and does not have to be paid all at once. The test consists of five sections that may be completed in a year's time.

CASK wishes residents a happy 2017

Creative Arts of Sherll Knob hopes everyone enjoyed a safe and fun New Year's Eve and is ready to start an exciting year ahead. It is a bit quiet at the CASK gallery, because of reorganizing. CASK is closed to the public for January, but will be open for meetings and Paint 'N Pours. Jim Hoover will lead the Jan. 26 Paint 'N Pour from 6-8 p.m. People may call him at 417-858-0062 to reserve a spot. The gallery is located behind Bridgeway Plaza in Shell Knob, in the big white building with the large mural on the side. CASK is on Facebook at Creative Arts of Shell Knob, or online at: creativeartsofshellknob.weebley.com.

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