Back To Business: Shutdown Has Finally Ended - Brevard NC
Last updated 10/22/2013 at 6:34am
For the last two weeks, Devin Gentry has been busy planning the schedule for the Cradle of Forestry’s Interpretive Association (CFAIA) in case the government shutdown was resolved before their scheduled closing date of Nov. 10.
With the two-day-long performance of “The Legend of Tommy Hodges” just days away, Gentry, the director of programming and partnerships at CFAIA, said he was nervous the event wouldn’t go on as planned this year.
“It came down to the wire, but thankfully we were able to open in time to get a few practices on the set,” he said. “So now we’re just lookin...