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David Cox Rhythm Path

David Cox Rhythm Path

David Cox of Rhythm Path was one of the features from the Olney Community Library and Arts Center’s (OCLAC) summer programs on June 8. Rhythm Path is a hands-on interactive program that brings in West African handmade drums for participants to learn how to play. The program teaches about rhythm and how to play together with other musicians. Cox said, “the goal is for everyone to be one big band, so they are all contributing, listening and learning how to play together.” To learn more about Rhythm Path please visit their website at rhythmpath.com. To learn more about the OCLAC summer programs please visit their Facebook page at @OlneyCommunityLibrary. Photo by Will Sadler

Guess who’s coming to dinner? An evening with The Edgingtons
Guess who’s coming to dinner? An evening with The Edgingtons
Guess who’s coming to dinner? An evening with The Edgingtons

>Guess who’s coming to dinner? An evening with The Edgingtons

Guess who came to dinner? The Edgingtons—Chad, Melissa, Adelade, Sawyer and Emerald— joined me in my home for dinner Saturday night. We sat around the table to enjoy a family-style meal that included Cajun lasagna, salad, garlic toast, homemade macaroni and cheese and baked chicken. I have said it before and I will say it again, sharing a meal is one of the most intimate things you can do with someone.

Olney Enterprise visits Kindergarten

Olney Enterprise visits Kindergarten

On May 21, Ethan Nickel and Will Sadler (editor and photojournalist for the Olney Enterprise) visited with Mrs. Blevins’ Kindergarten class. The Enterprise spoke about what kind of things were done on a daily basis at the Enterprise as well as the reasons why Ethan and Will chose to go into the field of news reporting. The class was well behaved and asked many interesting questions.

Brazos Appreciation Day

Brazos Appreciation Day

Pictured left to right are: Billie Mullins of Brazos Communications, Katie Canada, and Maya Thompson of Hometown Coffee and Tea. Mullins of Brazos Communications, known for their fast reliable fiber internet, said Brazos was celebrating customer appreciation day by giving out free drinks to the first 100 customers who mentioned Brazos Communications at Hometown Coffee and Tea. Hometown Coffee and Tea is located on Main Street in Olney and serves up delicious gourmet lunches along with their regular menu items of coffee and specialty drinks. Mullins added, “Rural is cool and we love our customers!” Brazos Communications, a locally owned and operated company for over 65 years, offers the latest in communications technology, services and equipment. Photo by Will Sadler

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