Lorrie Stillo (left) with Angie Gill. (SLATER RAUB PHOTO)
by SLATER RAUB
I met area residents Lorrie Stillo and Angie Gill on a beautiful October afternoon jogging through Metzger Park connected by a tether. Lorrie is a former Fairhope kindergarten teacher who communicates with her phone/computer using an accessibility feature called VoiceOver that that will read written text out loud and a dictation feature that translates a voice into written text.
According to Stillo, “I started – [Story in the 11-23-17 Herald]
THREADS OF HOPE are handmade crafts sold to help protect children in the Philippines from exploitation. Your purchase provides dignity, income and hope to families in need. Shayelyn Agnos (above) said to use her name in the link at threadsofhope.com.ph to help her in her efforts She was recently at the Paradise Church Craft Show in Louisville.
The Juilliard 3rd Space Gallery’s latest interactive Art installation was Tim Burton’s ‘Nightmare Before Christmas.’ It involved a Scavenger Hunt with collaboration of local businesses in Canton, East Canton and Louisville. The characters were created by the Gallery’s Give and Take participants. Scavenger participants that found all eight of the characters and took a selfie… Continue reading»
On October 3rd, Dria Spencer of Louisville will be starring on Steve Austin’s Broken Skull challenge on CMT as an elite female competitor. Dria grew up in Louisville where she played volleyball, cheered, and ran track. She is currently attending Malone University where she is majoring in exercise science. Dria was initially chosen out of… Continue reading»