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Alzheimer’s Disease – Know the 10 Signs, Early Detection MattersKnow the 10 Signs, Early Detection Matters
Do you know someone, a friend or loved one perhaps, who is suffering from memory loss or behavioral changes? Both could be signs of Alzheimer’s disease, so if you do, it’s time to learn the facts.

Why Early Detection Matters
Early detection of Alzheimer’s disease will give you a chance to begin treatments, enroll your loved one in clinical trials, and plan for the future.

An Interactive Workshop
It is for this reason that you are cordially invited to ‘Know the 10 Signs, Early Detection Matters’, an interactive workshop that will feature video clips of people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. The workshop is being presented by Bethel Church in Richland and is co-sponsored by Kadlec Neurological Resource…

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The Mousetrap a Play by Agatha ChristieHow good are you at solving mysteries? You may just get a tip or two when you watch Richland Players Theatre’s presentation of Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap.

The Mousetrap is a murder mystery play by Christie, and is based on her 1948 short story, “Three Blind Mice”, the same 30-minute radio play that she wrote to commemorate the 80th birthday of Queen Mary. Incidentally, the same play has been continuously running since it opened in London’s West End in 1952, making it the longest initial run of any play in history.

Whodunnit?
The play revolves around a group of people gathered in a country boarding house and stranded by a snowy blizzard. Everyone panics when they learn that there is a murderer in their midst, the same one who has just committed a…

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42nd Street by Hanford High Center StageIf you love musicals, then you’re in for a treat. The Hanford High Center Stage is proud to present the musical comedy 42nd Street.

The Deal with 42nd Street
The musical follows the story of a young dancer who arrives in New York City with 40 cents in her pocket but bigger dreams in her heart. It also follows a Broadway director who dreams of staging a musical extravaganza at the height of one of the most severe worldwide economic depression to ever hit the United States before World War II – the Great Depression. 42nd Street is a flashy, fast-paced show that beautifully emphasizes the importance of finding the courage to follow your dreams. Matt Leggett directs the musical, with vocal direction by Kelly Brown.

The musical will at Hanford High School…

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