Thompson Valley Community Center will be hosting Monthly Music Jam Saturday, November 7, 2015, music starting at 6 – everyone welcome to attend and/or participate. There will be a covered dish dinner starting at 5:30 everyone come fellowship and enjoy wonderful music.
This is a free event, donations are accepted not required.
Should you have questions, please contact Tammy Allison, 276 200-4179 or Kathleen Allison 276 988-7266.
As part of a review on repurposing of old school buildings, WVVA was at the Thompson Valley Community Center once again to interview our volunteers. Lindsay Oliver spoke with Kathleen Allison, Graham Buchanan, Barbara Smeltzer, and Tammy Allison about the journey from abandoned building to community center. It was wonderful to be included as a positive story, and we hope that other communities facing this issue are fortunate enough to gain the support we have here. We appreciate each and every one of you!
To read the full interview, click here.
Travis Roberts, a Multimedia Journalist from WVVA, interviewed our very own Kathleen Allison, Barbara Smeltzer, and Tammy Allison today about the Center! Travis, himself a former student of the Thompson Valley Elementary School, was impressed with the Center and our offerings to the Community.
If you missed the broadcast (or you just want to see it again 🙂 ) :
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