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Learn about the exciting world of voice acting!





















On Friday, Sept. 21
, sit with professional actors and award-winning audio producers as they explain the ins and outs of the voiceover industry, how to get started, and how Family Life uses voice talent.

On Saturday, Sept. 22, kids and teens are invited to a hands-on voiceover workshop. Professional voice actor and children's voice over coach, Stanley Fisher, will teach mic techniques, the difference between voice acting and stage acting, and even coach the kids in recording a script!

Learn more and register!

Launching a great singles ministry is one training away

 



















On Saturday, Sept 15, Family Life will host a day-long leadership training for Christians interested in starting a singles ministry, growing a present one, or simply learning more about this important outreach.

Learn the basics of developing a good leadership team, how to get their church on board, guidelines for ministry, and how to promote. The cost of the event includes food and a workbook.

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A simple field transformed into a wonderland of shops, rides and games as vendors for the Putnam County Fair rolled into the fairgrounds in Eleanor Thursday.

Usually attracting an average of 30,000 people each year, the fair runs from July 11 to 19 and has everything from livestock auctions and mechanical bull rides to carousels and tractor pulls.

County fair president Mike Beller said the fair has something for everyone to enjoy.

- See more at: http://www.charlestondailymail.com/article/20140710/DM01/140719894/1276#sthash.FeyP0iKt.dpuf

A simple field transformed into a wonderland of shops, rides and games as vendors for the Putnam County Fair rolled into the fairgrounds in Eleanor Thursday.

Usually attracting an average of 30,000 people each year, the fair runs from July 11 to 19 and has everything from livestock auctions and mechanical bull rides to carousels and tractor pulls.

County fair president Mike Beller said the fair has something for everyone to enjoy.

- See more at: http://www.charlestondailymail.com/article/20140710/DM01/140719894/1276#sthash.FeyP0iKt.dpuf

A simple field transformed into a wonderland of shops, rides and games as vendors for the Putnam County Fair rolled into the fairgrounds in Eleanor Thursday.

Usually attracting an average of 30,000 people each year, the fair runs from July 11 to 19 and has everything from livestock auctions and mechanical bull rides to carousels and tractor pulls.

County fair president Mike Beller said the fair has something for everyone to enjoy.

- See more at: http://www.charlestondailymail.com/article/20140710/DM01/140719894/1276#sthash.FeyP0iKt.dpuf