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Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Concert ’Dogs
Lead vocalist and bass guitar player Wayne Neukom performs Sunday during The Bulldogs’ concert at Fort Recovery’s Van Trees Park. (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney)
  • Bigger than ever
    Redkey, Dunkirk ready to put on July 4 displays.
  • Help sought with no auction
    There won’t be a 4-H livestock auction at the Jay County Fair this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • New old plans
    Arts?Place shifts back to original expansion idea, will add visual arts facility across from current site.
  • Dunkirk’s shows will go on
    The shows will go on.
  • Shifting schedule
    Tracy Lawrence, Sammy Kershaw and Jordan Feliz are booked for the 2021 Jay County?Fair.
  • Concert series moving forward
    Fort Recovery Friends of the Arts performances start June 28.
  • Coming back
    Arts Place will reopen its doors in mid-June; Arts in the Parks program will begin July 6.
  • Civic annual meeting to be held via Zoom
    Jay County Civic Theatre will hold its annual meeting via Zoom at 6 p.m. on June 1.
  • It’s personal
    If there’s no one home at the Morris household, they might just be at their living room down the street.
  • One acts must go on
    “All the world’s a stage.”
  • Back at home
    Harmony returns with ‘Charley’s Aunt’
  • Returning to Portland
    Nina Lee Hecko, former First Presbyterian Church pianist, began her piano lessons at age 7. She has transformed it from an art to her way of life.
  • Civic readies ‘Spelling Bee’ performances
    Rehearsals are in full swing and tickets are now on sale for Jay County Civic Theatre’s production of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.”
  • Windtet returns
    Baseball games get rained out. But classical music concerts are usually impervious to weather.
  • Inaugural impression
    It wasn’t perfect. The weather took care of that. But overall the reviews were positive Saturday for the inaugural Jay County Show Choir Spectacular.
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