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Home Town Rome Players prepare shows

4:03 PM, Jun. 13, 2013
A few of the Rome 'N Fest 2013 cast pose during practice at the Rome Municipal Building. Tickets will go on sale July 1 at Key Savings Bank for the Aug. 10 dinner and theater. Prices are $25 per person. The theme for this year's show is 'The Rockin' Romans.' Pictured are Mary and Wayne Johnson, Bill Olsen, Denise and Gary Severson, Greg Boehning, Emily Pade, Glen Beaver, Pat Buzza, Paul Pisellini and Barb Blair.
A few of the Rome 'N Fest 2013 cast pose during practice at the Rome Municipal Building. Tickets will go on sale July 1 at Key Savings Bank for the Aug. 10 dinner and theater. Prices are $25 per person. The theme for this year's show is 'The Rockin' Romans.' Pictured are Mary and Wayne Johnson, Bill Olsen, Denise and Gary Severson, Greg Boehning, Emily Pade, Glen Beaver, Pat Buzza, Paul Pisellini and Barb Blair.
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New board members have been selected for the Home Town Rome Players, a group of local Rome residents who have a mission to share their talents as service to the community.

Chairperson is Barb Blair, assistant chairperson is Diana Gundrum, Treasurer is Glen Beaver and Penny Miller is the new secretary. The board meets monthly in the spring, summer and fall at 1 p.m. the third Wednesday at Key Savings Bank. New members always are welcome and encouraged to attend these meetings.

Since the formation of the Home Town Rome Players, $17,244.35 has been donated to service groups in the Rome area. ...

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