Mary Moor played the “Mad Hatter” in the “Trial of Alice” performed by members of the Fannin County Senior Center Forever Young group at the Gilmer County Civic Center.
Cynthia Burdette, left, portrayed the “Caterpillar” in the “Trial of Alice,” performed by the members of the Fannin County Senior Center at the three-county talent show at the Gilmer County Civic Center. Patrice Epps, right,  played the Minion Worm in the play.
Lola Lorenz, center, played the “March Hare” in the “Trial of Alice,” a spin off of the well-known play, “Alice in Wonderland.” At left, Patrice Epps, played the Minion Worm. The play was performed at the Gilmer County Civic Center by the Forever Young players from the Fannin County Senior Center.
This group of Fannin County Senior Center  members performed the play, “The Trial of Alice,” at the Gilmer County Civic Center Thursday, Aug. 25. The play was a spin-off of the well-known play “Alice in Wonderland.” The group received honorable mention for their costumes and set.

FOREVER YOUNG

The “Forever Young” members of the Fannin County Senior Center presented their version of, “Alice in Wonderland: The Trial of ...

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