Articles in Lifestyles
The Seneca High School Choral Department will present “Sounds of the Season” at 8 p.m. Friday at Seneca Baptist Church.
Anyone looking for a way to get into the Christmas spirit has a chance on Monday when the city of Seneca kicks off the holiday season with its Christmas parade, titled “A Christmas to Remember.”
On Sunday, Nov. 19, 1944, 22-year-old Johnie Duncan of Westminster wrote his name and nearest of kin in his Army-issued New Testament. On Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017, it will be back in the hands of Duncan’s family after he dropped it on a battlefield during World War II.
As a microbiologist, Linda Parsons didn’t count on becoming a stained-glass artist. The New York native dabbled here and there, but upon retirement spent more and more time with her craft and is now an invited artist at the Blue Ridge Arts Center in Seneca.