A reception honoring her will be held Monday, Sept. 30, in the Star Lobby of the Bardo Arts Center.
The family’s performance and the open jam session that follows will be held at the headquarters for Homebase College Ministry.
The award will fund training for master's-level students to work with addictive disorder prevention, treatment and recovery, but it also will provide training for other students, faculty, staff, community members and current providers.
More than 150 Eastern Band students from area high schools attended the second year of the event.
The critically acclaimed production from the National Theatre in London will be presented in high definition at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 6.
We have all heard the phrase “the boy (or girl) next door.” This means a person is perceived as accessible, familiar, and dependable—a seemingly ordinary, wholesome, unassuming or average person. Prescription opioids are the drug next door. It is safe to assume that in every medicine cabinet in our neighborhoods there is the drug next door.
Sara Joss, Lance Morsell, Will Scarbrough and Addie Ward worked with foundation staff members to coordinate group discussions concerning pressing needs within the WNC region.
Events will be held throughout October and are free and open to the public.
A reception with the artist and formal talk are scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 10.