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Tuesday Nights Together offers diverse line-up

Tuesday Nights Together offers diverse line-up
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By BEV TARPLEY
Guest Writer

Don’t miss the June 2019 TNT (Tuesday Nights Together) series.

The events take place every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in Lindsay Hall at Sun Lakes United Methodist Church, 9248 E. Riggs Road. Everyone is welcome no reservations are required, and admission is free.

Here is a look at the events:

June 4 – “An Evening with Cris & Bart Evans” Opening the 2019 Season of TNT with music, Cris and Bart Evans will share their amazing talents playing Broadway tunes, easily recognizable popular songs and wonderful hymns.

Cris is currently the music director at Sun Lakes United Methodist Church and the director of the Sun Lakes Chorale and Bart is the conductor of the Concert Choir and Men’s Chorus at Arizona State University. Don’t miss opening night with these two legends!

June 11 – “The Arizona Railway Museum: All Aboard!” The Arizona Railway Museum is dedicated to railways of Arizona and the Southwest. It was founded and incorporated in 1983 as a nonprofit, educational and historical organization.

The Arizona Railway Museum is a community effort toward the acquisition, restoration, preservation and display of railway equipment, artifacts, and mementos. Join Bart Barton, vice president of operations, director and museum founder, for a presentation about this museum, right here in Chandler.

June 18 – Honor Flight Arizona: This group has two missions: to pay homage to our World War II and the Korean War veterans by providing a three-day journey of honor and remembrance to the memorials in Washington, D.C., at no cost to them and to educate the youth about the impact of World War II, the Korean War and the freedoms our nation enjoys because of these veterans.

Rick Hardina, president and East Valley Liaison of Honor Flight Arizona, will present information about the many veterans who have taken this trip and how much it has meant to each of them.

June 25 – Veteran’s Heritage Project: Young students benefit greatly from the lessons our military veterans share about serving our country, overcoming obstacles and to put others before self.

Barbara Hatch, VHP founder, will share stories from some of these impactful connections, serious as well as funny. Navy Veteran John Sentz, interviewed by a VHP student and a student interviewer will tell you how the experience impacted their lives.

 – Bev Tarpley is a member and volunteer of Sun Lakes United Methodist Church.

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