On Saturday, I did walk a lot taking photos of the Daffodil Festival. If you saw a soaking wet girl running around with a camera, that was me. The rains contributed to the flooding of my basement, causing me and my husband to do some major cleaning.
English accessory designer Emma Hope has a soft spot for Australia and it’s not only because she sells her whimsical shoes through David Jones. Hope is an avid surfer and chronicles a recent trip to Byron Bay, Victoria’s Great Ocean Road and Bondi Beach in the April issue of UK Vogue. Cool.
My advice would be for him to keep his day job, and work his tail off nights and weekends to try and make this dream a reality. Let s draw up an Internet strategy to get some exposure for the books he has already written. He could contact local civic groups and offer his services as a speaker for their meetings, too.
Rho Chi Omega chapter was chartered in Madison, AL on July 29, 1989. The chapter has been recognized locally and regionally for its outstanding programs of service. Some of the community service projects over the last 25 years include: Book Donations to the Madison Public Library; Story Hour at the Madison Public Library, Wheeler Basin Regional Library, Triana Boys and Girls Club, Bessie Russell Public Library and Huntsville Public Library; Educational Outreach programs at West Madison Elementary, Sterrs Boys and Girls Club ( Decatur, AL), Lincoln Elementary, Bo Matthews Center of Excellence, Northwest Learning Center; Walk a thons: American Cancer Society Relay for Life, March of Dimes, Sickle Cell; ‘Go Red’ for the American Heart Association in support of Women’s Health Issues; My Neighbor and I Multicultural Awareness Program; Madison Adopt A Mile; Elderly Outreach Programs at the Madison Manor Nursing Home, Valley View Nursing Home, Madison Senior Center, Floyd “Tut” Fanning Veteran’s Home; AKA Coat Day and Warm Hearts Project for the Downtown Rescue Mission and Sapp Shelter for Women; Participation in the Hogan YMCA Health Fair, Ability Plus Fun Day at Restoration Church, and the United Way Day of Action at Horizon Elementary School.
Banks got into improv by watching the British version of Whose Line Is It Anyway. From there, he had the opportunity to audition and join a then newly formed Birmingham based improv group called Torrential Downplay. That particular improv group was formed by an actress that starred alongside Banks in an independent movie filmed in Huntsville called Progressive Dinner.