Airstream Club learns about 1912 Hillsville Tragedy

Members of the Region 3 Wally Byum Airstream Club took time out on August 8 to take this photo with cast members of “Thunder In The Hills” and local playwright Frank Levering. This is the 18th year the group has come to the area for the Old Fiddler’s Convention and the 17th such tour sponsored by the Region 3 Owners Group. Seventy-eight participated in the week-long activities. - David Broyles | The Carroll News
Playwright Frank Levering, standing at left, fields questions from Wally Byum Air Stream Club members concerning the 1912 Courthouse Tragedy. Levering and “Thunder In The Hills” cast members Stu Shenk, Kay Cox, Joey Haynes and Tom Jackson talked about the history behind the drama. Afterwards, members were treated to a meal featuring locally-sourced vegetables, cornbread and pinto beans at the historic Hale-Wilkinson-Carter Home. - David Broyles | The Carroll News
Air Stream Owners were invited to help themselves on August 8 to a meal featuring ham, pinto beans, cornbread, slaw and other “fixins” at the historic Hale-Wilkinson-Carter Home in Hillsville. Costumed cast members of the play “Thunder In The Hills” led a lively talk on the 1912 Courthouse Tragedy from the perspectives of characters Sidna, Betty and Floyd Allen and Dexter Goad. Councilman David Young and Town Manager Retta Jackson welcomed the owners to the Town. - David Broyles | The Carroll News

Members of the Region 3 Wally Byum Airstream Club took time out on August 8 to take this photo with cast members of “Thunder In The Hills” and local playwright Frank Levering. This is the 18th year the group has come to the area for the Old Fiddler’s Convention and the 17th such tour sponsored by the Region 3 Owners Group. Seventy-eight participated in the week-long activities.

Playwright Frank Levering, standing at left, fields questions from Wally Byum Air Stream Club members concerning the 1912 Courthouse Tragedy. Levering and “Thunder In The Hills” cast members Stu Shenk, Kay Cox, Joey Haynes and Tom Jackson talked about the history behind the drama. Afterwards, members were treated to a meal featuring locally-sourced vegetables, cornbread and pinto beans at the historic Hale-Wilkinson-Carter Home.

Air Stream Owners were invited to help themselves on August 8 to a meal featuring ham, pinto beans, cornbread, slaw and other “fixins” at the historic Hale-Wilkinson-Carter Home in Hillsville. Costumed cast members of the play “Thunder In The Hills” led a lively talk on the 1912 Courthouse Tragedy from the perspectives of characters Sidna, Betty and Floyd Allen and Dexter Goad. Councilman David Young and Town Manager Retta Jackson welcomed the owners to the Town.

Members of the Region 3 Wally Byum Airstream Club took time out on August 8 to take this photo with cast members of “Thunder In The Hills” and local playwright Frank Levering. This is the 18th year the group has come to the area for the Old Fiddler’s Convention and the 17th such tour sponsored by the Region 3 Owners Group. Seventy-eight participated in the week-long activities.
https://www.thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/web1_DSC08029.jpgMembers of the Region 3 Wally Byum Airstream Club took time out on August 8 to take this photo with cast members of “Thunder In The Hills” and local playwright Frank Levering. This is the 18th year the group has come to the area for the Old Fiddler’s Convention and the 17th such tour sponsored by the Region 3 Owners Group. Seventy-eight participated in the week-long activities. David Broyles | The Carroll News

Playwright Frank Levering, standing at left, fields questions from Wally Byum Air Stream Club members concerning the 1912 Courthouse Tragedy. Levering and “Thunder In The Hills” cast members Stu Shenk, Kay Cox, Joey Haynes and Tom Jackson talked about the history behind the drama. Afterwards, members were treated to a meal featuring locally-sourced vegetables, cornbread and pinto beans at the historic Hale-Wilkinson-Carter Home.
https://www.thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/web1_DSC08026B.jpgPlaywright Frank Levering, standing at left, fields questions from Wally Byum Air Stream Club members concerning the 1912 Courthouse Tragedy. Levering and “Thunder In The Hills” cast members Stu Shenk, Kay Cox, Joey Haynes and Tom Jackson talked about the history behind the drama. Afterwards, members were treated to a meal featuring locally-sourced vegetables, cornbread and pinto beans at the historic Hale-Wilkinson-Carter Home. David Broyles | The Carroll News

Air Stream Owners were invited to help themselves on August 8 to a meal featuring ham, pinto beans, cornbread, slaw and other “fixins” at the historic Hale-Wilkinson-Carter Home in Hillsville. Costumed cast members of the play “Thunder In The Hills” led a lively talk on the 1912 Courthouse Tragedy from the perspectives of characters Sidna, Betty and Floyd Allen and Dexter Goad. Councilman David Young and Town Manager Retta Jackson welcomed the owners to the Town.
https://www.thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/web1_DSC08049.jpgAir Stream Owners were invited to help themselves on August 8 to a meal featuring ham, pinto beans, cornbread, slaw and other “fixins” at the historic Hale-Wilkinson-Carter Home in Hillsville. Costumed cast members of the play “Thunder In The Hills” led a lively talk on the 1912 Courthouse Tragedy from the perspectives of characters Sidna, Betty and Floyd Allen and Dexter Goad. Councilman David Young and Town Manager Retta Jackson welcomed the owners to the Town. David Broyles | The Carroll News