Greencreek play set for next week
The Greencreek Youth presents “The One That Got Away” next Tuesday and Wednesday, June 1-2 at the Greencreek Hall.
The performances will start at 7 p.m. each evening.
“The One That Got Away” is a comedy in two acts. A headline in the newspaper reads, “Annual Fishing Tournament Expecting Record Number of Female Participants.” This news is great for women who love the sport of fishing. It’s even better news for men who love the sport of “picking up chicks.” The men figure by the time the “chicks” find out the men know nothing about fishing they will have already won them over with their “charm and animal magnetism.” But when one of the men’s inept cousins tags along and accidentally spills the beans to the women about the men’s intentions, the weekend becomes more than anyone bargained for.
Admission is $5.00 for adults, $3.00 for students and $20.00 for families. Preschoolers are free.
All proceeds will go towards the Greencreek Easter Egg Hunt Fund and other community projects.

Actors in the annual Greencreek Youth play are shown. Back from left are Shane Stubbers, Mitch Wemhoff, Michael Karel, Jordan Killmar and Levi Lustig. Front from left are Taylor Wemhoff, Tara Stubbers, Daniels Stubbers, Kayla Johnson and Gina Seubert. Photo provided by Connie Killmar.

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