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Starshine Theatre to Present ‘The Odyssey’

Starshine Theatre of Great Falls presents its 21st Annual Spring Production, "The Odyssey," based on the ancient Greek epic by Homer. A Cast of talented local students, ages elementary through high school, will portray the colorful characters the great Odysseus met on his 20-year journey home after winning the Trojan War. This original musical drama includes songs and dance/action choreography to complement the epic scholars have called "The best story in 3,000 years." Performance at The Grange Theater, Great Falls, on Saturday, May 10, at 7 p.m. Seats must be reserved in advance by contacting Pat Green Budwig, M.A., Play Director, at 703-790-9050 or StarshineTheater@aol.com .

Blood Drive at Loebig Chiropractic & Rehab a Success

Loebig Chiropractic & Rehab and The American Red Cross hosted a community blood drive in Great Falls at the office of Dr. Glenn Loebig, on Tuesday, April 15 where enough blood was donated to help save the lives of up to 57 hospital patients.

“In our continued efforts to support the community that we call home, we believe that an event such as a blood drive is a great way to pull neighbors together for a common cause. I would like to personally thank everyone who came out to support our efforts,” Dr. Glenn Loebig said.

Loebig Chiropractic & Rehab regularly holds community events such as this most recent blood drive. Those interested in participating in the future can view upcoming events at www.LoebigChiropractic.com.

Serving the Great Falls area for over 17 years, Dr. Loebig and his staff specialize in difficult and challenging cases of spinal disc injury and trauma, whiplash, scoliosis, and degenerative diseases-and also focuses on treating complex sports and extremity injuries.