The Greeneville Sun
Current Weather
Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy
45 °
Click Icon for Extended Forecast


Ivory Park Benefits from Greeneville Storytelling

Published: 4:30 PM, 10/11/2011


John and Joyce Johnson hosted a houseful of guests on Oct. 10, 2011 during a home storytelling concert with Bob Tryanski and Geraldine Buckley. Guests also donated money to purchase books for Ivory Park, a township in South Africa. Video by Kristen Buckles.
Channels: Events  Entertainment 
Keywords: storytelling  Johnson  South  Africa  books 


Email This Story Email This Video To A Friend

Find more businesses on GreenevilleMarketplace.com

Attorneys · Automotive · Health Care · Restaurants Retail · Services · Home & Garden · Recreation



Related Videos
South Greene Band Christmas Concert
The South Greene Band, under the direction of Michael Douty, held its first concert at South Greene High School on Tuesday, December 16.
...(more)
Andrew Johnson's 200th Birthday Blast
President Andrew Johnson's 200th birthday anniversary was capped off Dec. 29, 2008, with a birthday party at Towne Square Center; presidential wreath-laying ceremony, luminaries andfireworks at the Andrew Johnson Natio...(more)
South Greene Band Fundraiser
Bands, spaghetti, and an auction highlighted a fundraiser at South Greene High School to raise money for the South Greene band's upcoming year.  ...(more)


Featured Videos
Media Day at Bristol:
Allen Johnson Reflects

Greeneville native and NHRA Pro Stock World Champion Allen Johnson reflects on losing in a dead heat in the finals at last year's Thunder Valley Nationals. He also discusses what it would mean to him to get a win for his dad/crew chief Roy on Father's Day...(more)
Ladies Classic 2010 Begins
The GreenBank Ladies Classic opened on Dec. 28, 2010, for a four-day run at Hal Henard Gymnasium. Video by Brian Cutshall. ...(more)
Troop L Convoy Left Saturday
With light snow on the ground and the temperature in the 30s, the citizen-soldiers of Greeneville-based Troop L of the Tennessee National Guard's 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment (ACR) left here Sunday morning on the first leg of a journey that will...(more)


Additional Photos (click thumbnail to enlarge)

Copyright © 2014, The Greeneville Sun, All Rights Reserved, Privacy Policy
http://www.greenevillesun.com