Mount Vernon News
The music of “The Nutcracker” is instantly recognizable, but the rest of this year’s Central Ohio Youth Ballet production is new and revised.
In honor of National Philanthropy Day, Mount Vernon Nazarene University will present awards to philanthropic alumni, students, companies, and community organizations who have made a significant impact on campus and in the lives of students.
The Heritage Centre Association, along with the Mount Vernon News, is in the planning process for downtown Mount Vernon’s annual Christmas Parade & Walk.
Mount Vernon Nazarene University’s Music Stage Production class will present a Musical Showcase on Saturday at 7:30 p.m., in Thorne Performance Hall in the R.R. Hodges Chapel/Fine Arts Building.
An introduction of Tim Ross as new district director for the office of Congressman Bob Gibbs, House representative for the 7th Congressional District, was on tap Thursday morning with the Knox County Board of Commissioners.
The Mount Vernon News will be closed Thursday, Nov. 24, in observance of Thanksgiving. Customers will receive a Thursday edition of the News based on traditional Saturday morning delivery schedule.
Mount Vernon Nazarene University’s Music Stage Production class will present a Musical Showcase on Saturday at 7:30 p.m., in Thorne Performance Hall in the R.R. Hodges Chapel/Fine Arts Building. The concert is free and the community is invited and encouraged to attend.
On Jan. 25, 1849, a 34 year-old priest born in the south of France preached before a small but growing congregation of Catholic parishioners in Danville. Sermonizing on the conversion of the Apostle Paul, Father Jean Baptist Lamy told his flock of the saint’s tireless missionary work.