1. What character did Richard Dawson play on the comedy “Hogan’s Heroes”?
A. Newkirk B. Shultz
C. Colonel Klink D. Hogan
2. What TV show did a famous sketch called “Went With the Wind”?
A. The Carol Burnett Show B. Ed Sullivan
C. The Red Skelton Show D. Dean Martin Show
3. On what game show does Vanna White turn the letters for Pat Sajak?
A. The Price is Right B. Wheel of Fortune
C. The Match Game D. Password
4. Who was a guest on the final “Tonight Show” hosted by Johnny Carson?
A. Jay Leno B. Barbra Streisand
C. Ann Margret D. Bette Midler
For a Holiday that started out simply to honor the birth of the Savior, it certainly has evolved as no other in history. Nothing during our calendar year even comes close. And whether you bah-humbug through the entire month, quietly, have 120 Disney characters on your lawn, or fall somewhere in between, it can play on your emotions. Nostalgia plays a powerful tune for me starting mid-November because I collect vintage ornaments and decorate dozens of trees, big and small, each year.
Would you believe that horses can help people with Alzheimer’s? Can you imagine a horse or pony decreasing anxiety and agitation? Do you know that a visit to a horse farm -- grooming, walking or even taking selfies with a pony -- can create a calming effect in a dementia sufferer that lingers long after the patient returns home? Can you imagine doing stretching exercises by leaning against a horse’s massive body?
“I’m homesick! I’m homesick!” “But you’re at home!” “I know — and I’m sick of it!” A house is not the same as a home. That’s not just true in the dictionary — it’s true in our lives. Turtles and snails aren’t the only ones who carry their homes with them; we do it too! Holidays are home times. Like the pillow says, “All hearts come home for Christmas.” Home is the place where you feel comfortable. The physical location can change over time. Home could be a barracks, a tent, a trailer, a cell, or a hotel room. In a sense, any place in which you are housed can become a home, even temporarily, if you have the right attitude and the right companions.
Have you done your holiday shopping? If the answer is yes, you’re well ahead of the rush. But if you’re like many, you’re just starting to think about facing the crowds at the mall. Or maybe you’re an online shopper. Either way, searching for those perfect items for your loved ones is time consuming, stressful and expensive. But if you’re willing to change your mindset, there are much more meaningful ways to give during the holidays. The key is to give without expecting anything in return. The Bible verse, “It is more blessed to give than to receive” (Acts 20:35, NIV), is quoted often during this time of year. Most religions support this principle, as does science. According to “Psychology Today” magazine, multiple studies have shown that buying gifts for others makes people happier than buying for themselves. A wise old friend of my family once said, “The greatest gift is the gift of time.”
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Wed, Jul 3 7:30 pm Bethlehem Rose Garden
Sat, Jul 6 7:15 pm Earl Adams Memorial Park
Sun, Jul 7 7:15 pm Rain Date
Fri, Jul 19 7:30 pm West Park
Sun, Aug 4 7:30 pm West Park