A few weeks ago, we had a family reunion in Pigeon Forge. We rented a cabin and, after winding up a long, narrow road, we reached the most beautiful view. It was absolutely breathtaking!
As I have stated in previous articles, I was born and raised in Granville. And, thinking back on my younger days, I cherish those times with my friends.
So, do you have your summer planned? Does warm weather make you want to take a road trip? Then what better place to spend the day - or maybe a weekend - than Granville, Tennessee?
Calendars are marked, and the anticipation is rising! Some are marking off the days on their calendars until May 28. Some of you ask, "Why?"
We are beginning a new theme for Granville this year as we commemorate the 1930s and all that era represented.
There were many notable events during the 1930s:
We have started rehearsals for our 2016 Valentine show, "Love Stories in Mayberry: Rations and Romance."
The Sutton General Store has just completed another successful dinner theater entitled "Holly Jolly Christmas in Mayberry." We rekindled some old friendships and made new ones - a lot of our visitors were repeat customers, and we had some first-timers. We actually had one lady who said she had seen every one of our plays. Now that is a dedicated fan!
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