Rehearsals Are Underway For The Mother's Day Show

By Nancy Fagerness

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - For the third year, the Hermann German-American Club is sponsoring the Mother's Day Show at the Showboat Theatre on Sunday, May 10 at 2 p.m. Tickets are now on sale at the Hermann Welcome Center on Market St.

Rehearsals have begun for this popular event that celebrates Mom's special day. Music includes Gershwin, Pop, Country, Classical, and Patriotic with songs like "Count on Me", "I Got Rhythm", "Summertime", "The Man I Love", and others.

Carrie Kirchhofer Tilly, formerly of Hermann, once again is heading up the program and will share the Showboat stage with other Hermann performers. Fifth grader Kampbell Hemeyer makes her second Mother's Day appearance and eighth grader Sam Holland is back for a third time. Both attend St. George School. New to this year's cast is Allison Grzeskowiak. She is a graduate of Hermann High School and East Central College and is a member of the Hermann Municipal Band. Musicians John Berkemeyer, Bob Kirchhofer, Leroy Schwartze and Patrick Dell also are returning.

St. George School Offers Free Concert, Activities, and Games This Friday At Clara Eitmann Messmer Amphitheater

By: Kate Engemann

HERMANN, Mo -  St. George School has a religious theme each year to help celebrate their faith based Mission.  This year the theme is IGNITE: Spark the Light.  In conjunction with the community wide service project they are offering through SERVE St. Louis, they are closing their Mission week on October 17, 2014 with a grand event.  The event is called “Light Up the Night” celebrating the unity of all denominations within our tri-county area.  

A group named the “Trislers” will be providing the main stage entertainment.  The Trislers, from Illinois play Christian music ranging from traditional hymns to contemporary Christian songs.  They travel the state frequently and are a family act. 

3rd Annual Screwball Tournament Raises Over $3000 For Alzheimer Association

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New Haven, Mo. – The third annual New Haven Care Center Co-ed Screwball tournament, held last weekend, August 1-2 raised over $3000 for the Alzheimer’s Association.

“Once again we had an amazing turnout with a full bracket of 10 teams.  Thank you to everyone who played as well as volunteered their time and helping to make this year a huge success”, said New Haven Care Center Administrator Dottie Pataky.