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Clare Ruble is anything but just a simple ostrich.
The very first play she was in as a child, Ruble was cast as a floppy-legged ostrich in a rendition of The Story of the Wide Mouthed Frog.
Today, you would never guess it, but Dennis Jeter, a 53-year old real estate professional, spent almost a quarter of his life homeless. For over 12 years, his struggle with substance addiction and, subsequently, an inability to keep steady work landed him on the streets of New York City, and then, eventually, Greenville.
Check out photos of meets throughout the community, swimmers of the week and see where swimmers rank in S.A.I.L.
When Nick Venuto was about 5 years old, his parents sent him to an eye doctor for repetitively rolling his eyes, but they couldn’t find anything wrong. Soon after, he started clearing his throat nonstop, so they sent him to an allergist.
It took nearly two years, but eventually, they figured out what the problem was — Nick had Tourette syndrome.
Mill Town Players’ unique Southern spin on Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy “Romeo and Juliet” will compete at the American Association of Community Theatre National Festival in Pennsylvania on June 21.