TV dancer to perform at TrueNorth

Monday, Dec. 21, 2009 12:27 PM
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Kathryn McCormick, of Martinez, who appeared on So You Think You Can Dance, will perform at TrueNorth Church’s Christmas Eve services.

Ms. McCormick, 19, who placed third in the TV show, will dance to Silent Night at the 4, 5:30 and 7 p.m. services Thursday at TrueNorth, which is her home church.

Church services are held at the North Augusta High School auditorium, 2000 Knobcone Ave. For more information, contact the church at (803) 279-1555.

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Just Another Day
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Just Another Day 12/21/09 - 02:39 pm
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Just Nuts says:"this is

Just Nuts says:"this is another attempt by the AWM to portray you know who in a bad light . The non minority media focuses on sensational journalism and waste their time on insignificant stories. When are they going to finish investigating President Andrew Jackson for supposedly sleeping with the help instead of focusing on wasting taxpayer's money? this kinda of article only benefits you know who and the Seattle Supersonics. Great Country eh?"

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sojourner 12/21/09 - 02:59 pm
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"Just Another Day": What the

"Just Another Day": What the heck are you talking about and what does it have to do with this story? It's a pretty big deal when a local is in a national competition with such exposure, much less places as high as Ms. McCormick did. Not to mention that she seems to be a great role model according to all that know or meet her. Much more relevant to our area and the current times than "Atlanta wreck kills two on I-20" when those involved aren't even from here. My condolences to their families, no doubt, but that makes headlines in Augusta and you have no problem with that one?

stillamazed
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stillamazed 12/21/09 - 03:44 pm
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Just another racist like

Just another racist like Justus, best to ignore them both........

MakeADifference
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MakeADifference 12/21/09 - 03:54 pm
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I think it is perhaps at

I think it is perhaps at times MORE important to highlight the positive aspects of life and what is going on in Augusta. There are so many pressing, grim matters in the world, it is good to be reminded of the sunshine in life as well. Way to go, Kathryn!! :)

Just Another Day
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Just Another Day 12/21/09 - 05:02 pm
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This is news? This is suppose

This is news? This is suppose to be a second tier market? Disgusta GA the second largest joke in the state of GA

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Native007 12/21/09 - 05:36 pm
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Just Another Day...Why all of

Just Another Day...Why all of the negativity man? Focus on the positive things in life. This is good news.. If it does not meet your news "standards" feel free not to read it and spare the negativity. Santa is WATCHING YOU!

methree
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methree 12/21/09 - 05:43 pm
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just another day have you

just another day have you taken your medication today? your "i'm crazy" is showing.

trouble706isBack
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trouble706isBack 12/21/09 - 10:26 pm
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Just Another Day, There

Just Another Day, There really isn't anything keeping you in Augusta.....Except you.

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LynxRHot 12/22/09 - 11:51 am
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Just Another Day....if the

Just Another Day....if the Augusta news is so bad, why do you bother checking it out?

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icemanw83 12/28/09 - 02:08 pm
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And what does this have to do

And what does this have to do with Church?

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