First ‘Hometown Christmas’ draws crowd


Among his successes, Runion is now using his platform to give back to young people and their communities, including a recent 30 city, “Drug Free Tour” for high school students.

Among his successes, Runion is now using his platform to give back to young people and their communities, including a recent 30 city, “Drug Free Tour” for high school students.


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Nashville recording artist Shane Runion was featured during the event.


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Professional painter Maggie Reckers joined the show.


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The show was held in the Historic Washington Auditorium on Temple Street in Washington C.H.


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The Encore Foundation, according to show director Kevin Evans, is a community group that has been started by local artists, musicians, theatre enthusiasts, etc. to provide the arts to the community.


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Hometown Christmas was the Washington Court House Encore Foundation’s debut. Their Facebook page is called “WCH Encore Foundation.”


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The event featured singers, dancers and comedians, among other acts.


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Runion is originally from Ohio and previously worked as a middle school teacher.


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Those who came to see the show gained admittance with a $5 donation.


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“Hometown Christmas,” a variety show hosted by the Washington Court House Encore Foundation, happened last Friday.


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Among his successes, Runion is now using his platform to give back to young people and their communities, including a recent 30 city, “Drug Free Tour” for high school students.

Nashville recording artist Shane Runion was featured during the event.

Professional painter Maggie Reckers joined the show.

The show was held in the Historic Washington Auditorium on Temple Street in Washington C.H.

The Encore Foundation, according to show director Kevin Evans, is a community group that has been started by local artists, musicians, theatre enthusiasts, etc. to provide the arts to the community.

Hometown Christmas was the Washington Court House Encore Foundation’s debut. Their Facebook page is called “WCH Encore Foundation.”

The event featured singers, dancers and comedians, among other acts.

Runion is originally from Ohio and previously worked as a middle school teacher.

Those who came to see the show gained admittance with a $5 donation.

“Hometown Christmas,” a variety show hosted by the Washington Court House Encore Foundation, happened last Friday.

Among his successes, Runion is now using his platform to give back to young people and their communities, including a recent 30 city, “Drug Free Tour” for high school students.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_hcdrummer.jpgAmong his successes, Runion is now using his platform to give back to young people and their communities, including a recent 30 city, “Drug Free Tour” for high school students. Courtesy photos

Nashville recording artist Shane Runion was featured during the event.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_hcguitarist.jpgNashville recording artist Shane Runion was featured during the event. Courtesy photos

Professional painter Maggie Reckers joined the show.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_hcPaint.jpgProfessional painter Maggie Reckers joined the show. Courtesy photos

The show was held in the Historic Washington Auditorium on Temple Street in Washington C.H.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_hcredjacket.jpgThe show was held in the Historic Washington Auditorium on Temple Street in Washington C.H. Courtesy photos

The Encore Foundation, according to show director Kevin Evans, is a community group that has been started by local artists, musicians, theatre enthusiasts, etc. to provide the arts to the community.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_hcline.jpgThe Encore Foundation, according to show director Kevin Evans, is a community group that has been started by local artists, musicians, theatre enthusiasts, etc. to provide the arts to the community. Courtesy photos

Hometown Christmas was the Washington Court House Encore Foundation’s debut. Their Facebook page is called “WCH Encore Foundation.”
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_hcMan.jpgHometown Christmas was the Washington Court House Encore Foundation’s debut. Their Facebook page is called “WCH Encore Foundation.” Courtesy photos

The event featured singers, dancers and comedians, among other acts.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_hcGirlsSweaters.jpgThe event featured singers, dancers and comedians, among other acts. Courtesy photos

Runion is originally from Ohio and previously worked as a middle school teacher.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_hcbandpiano.jpgRunion is originally from Ohio and previously worked as a middle school teacher. Courtesy photos

Those who came to see the show gained admittance with a $5 donation.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_hcGirlSinging.jpgThose who came to see the show gained admittance with a $5 donation. Courtesy photos

“Hometown Christmas,” a variety show hosted by the Washington Court House Encore Foundation, happened last Friday.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_hcPiano.jpg“Hometown Christmas,” a variety show hosted by the Washington Court House Encore Foundation, happened last Friday. Courtesy photos