The Tehachapi Community Theatre's is now accepting play submissions for the 2015 Playwright's Festival.
Irwin Yoham, pastor of the Tehachapi Seventh-day Adventist Church, has written a book which is applicable to all Christians who believe in creation over evolution. The book is entitled, "The Evidence of God in an Expanding Universe." It includes ten sermons with the themes: "Plain Water Proves Creation and Disproves Evolution", "Does Science Prove Genesis 1:2?", "Is the Universe an Illusion?," "What Do Trillions of Living Cells Tell Us -- Creation or Evolution?," "Faith is the Evidence," "Here is the Conclusion of the Matter", "What are the Facts?", "Can We Prove that the Earth was Created in Six Days?," "Is Einstein's 'Creative Force' the Creator God?," and "Does Man Himself Prove the Existence of God?,"
For a schedule of when the pastor will preach these sermons, call the church at 822-1174 or 823-7372. For a free copy of the book, call the same numbers or write to: Free Book on Creation Versus Evolution, Tehachapi Seventh-day Adventist Church, P.O. Box 1456, Tehachapi, CA 93581. The church is located at 20335 Woodford-Tehachapi Rd.
Retiring and newly elected officers of Kiwanis were honored and installed by District Lieutenant Governor Greg Mudge at a special dinner meeting. He also commended the club for their success in raising funds to eliminate neonatal tetanus. Over five thousand dollars have been raised so far and a fabric sale organized by Anne Marie Novinger is expected to bring in even more.
The Jacobsen Middle School Parent Teacher Organization would like to share their appreciation to the community of Tehachapi for all the amazing support this year during the Bulldog Discount Card fundraiser. We'd also like to thank the students of Jacobsen Middle School who worked so hard to sell, sell, sell. All their hard work paid off -- this year we realized record profits.
Gary Stockdale has an impressive resume.
Tehachapi Community Theater will present "The Curious Savage" as its second show of the 2014-15 season at the BeeKay Theatre. With a cast made up of the best of the best, TCT's "holiday" production of "The Curious Savage" is sure to be an audience favorite.
A very special gift of a new Yamaha Clavinova digital piano has been received by Tehachapi Community Congregational Church. It is a versatile instrument that can sound like an organ, a pipe organ, or different pianos, including a grand piano. It has a wide selection of instrumental and percussion sounds that can be used.
The church is grateful for this gift from 95-year-old Beth Shurtz. She and her late husband, Bill, were always interested in music at whatever church they attended. Beth wanted to make this gift to Tehachapi Community Church and its music program as a memorial to Bill and herself. She wanted to be able to enjoy the gift in her lifetime.
A new program for youth has been established by the Salvation Army at their location at the corner of Tehachapi Boulevard and Snyder Avenue.
The California Highway Patrol is seeking toy donations to help make Christmas morning a memorable one for East Kern County children in need. Donations can be made at the following locations listed below:
* Mojave CHP Area Office, 1313 Highway 58, Mojave, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
The Shepherd of the Hills congregation has much to rejoice about these days as development plans begin to take shape on property located between Cummings Valley Elementary School and the entrance gates to Bear Valley Springs.
Violinist Joseph Wallek will perform Symphony No. 3, Mvmt. 1, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, with the Tehachapi Strings Orchestra, under the direction of Gayel Pitchford, on Friday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m., at St. Jude's Anglican Church on Curry Street.
Local ballet students audition, rehearse and perform in Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker side-by-side with the company of 40 professionals. Moscow Ballet auditions local children ages 7 to 16 years for roles that are created to suit different age and skill levels in the 23 year old "Dance with Us" program. The Great Russian Nutcracker will be performed at the Fox Theater Wednesday, Nov. 5 at, 7:30 pm.