By Ralph Hood
Erwin Kiwanis Club
Steve Flack and Friends are back by popular demand for the tenth consecutive year at the Kiwanis Campfire Program this Friday, July 27, 2012.
Featuring a wide variety of musiccountry, gospel and bluegrassSteve Flack and Nancy Renfro, are guaranteed to entertain and delight all ages at the Kiwanis Campfire Program presented by the Kiwanis Club of Erwin with the support of the Cherokee National Forest Service.
These are old friends to the Campfire Programs, having enchanted audiences in the past, and we know they will do so again this Friday. Their program includes such a wide range that theyre just bound to include some of everybodys favorites.
The program starts at 8 p.m. and runs until 9 p.m. Remember, the program is absolutely free and even includes a free marshmallow roast after the program with marshmallows, sticks and the perfect fire. Bring family and friendsits free for everyone.
Directions: Exit I-26 at Exit 36 at Erwin, turn left at the top of the ramp, continue to the dead end, turn right on N. Main. Turn left on Route 395 (Rock Creek Road). The entrance to Rock Creek Recreation Area will be on your left in less than 2 miles. Inside the area, special signs will direct you to the amphitheater next to the swimming pool.
In the event of rain, the program will be moved to the Rock Creek Presbyterian Church. Just head back toward town on 395 (Rock Creek Road) and look for the signs at the church on your left.
By Ralph Hood