Rays of red light stretch from the floor to the ceiling, forming a hazy pattern of strings on the black backdrop.
A single spotlight in the darkness bathes a circle on the stage floor below as a performer balances on a thin rectangle of wood. A hollow tube lying on its side serves as the only connection from the wood to the bench below.
Watch for the lights, cameras and action at First Baptist Church’s back parking lot, located at 300 S. Trenton St., from 5:30-7 p.m. Oct. 29.
Local and area residents, along with their children, are invited to participate in family-friendly activities, including games, festive treats, music, sponsored booths, animated balloons, the locally-famous Titanic inflatable slide, door prizes, fire truck viewing, surprises galore, free popcorn and hotdogs and the “parade of the miniature horses” — all ingredients for an autumn Octoberfest for area families.
The Choudrant High School Future Farmers of America officers visited local nursing homes to distribute Christmas ornaments. Agriscience students at Choudrant made the wooden ornaments as woodworking projects.
The FFA officer team enjoyed the opportunity to visit with experienced members of the community.
Pictured above left with Arbor resident Frances Fleming, from left to right, are Paisley Futch, Mallory Austin, Tessa Whitten, Rachel Sasser and Claudia Hayes.