Denver resident andSouthLake Christian Academy senior Hannah Rhyne performs as Ivory Layne at her"Volume One" EP release party May 10 at the Cornelius Theatre. Layne performed for two sold-out crowds. Shedescribes her music as "quirky" and "different" as sheblends together thoughtful lyrics of the folk-music genre with the melodies ofpop music. "Volume One" consists of five songs Laynewrote and co-produced with Franklin, Tenn.-based music producer Ed Cash. Sheplans to release "Volume Two" later this year. Her album is available on iTunes and CDbaby.com.Her website is www.ivorylaynemusic.com. More than 4,800 people are followingher on Twitter, @ivorylayne. Read more about Ivory Layne at http://www.huntersvilleherald.com/news/2013/5/4/6990/local-student-turns-artist-sings-with-quirky-style
Community Photos for 5/11/2013
About 500 Boy Scouts from24 area troops participated in the 25th annual Boy Scout Encampment on May10-11 at McGuire Nuclear Station. Scouts spent the night on the EnergyExploriumlawn and took part various merit badge classes on May 11. Scouts could choose from 20 class topics, including nuclear science, aviation, communications, railroading andmusic. On May 10, there was a short ceremony celebratingthe partnership between Duke Energy and the Boys Scouts that has allowedthousands of boys to learn from professionals from different fields and beexposed to potential career options.