As the credits rolled at the end of the film, the audience remained seated. It was the second time that weekend that John A. Coulter had watched guests remain through the credits of his film, “The Old Winter,” which had its cinema debut at Keystone Saturday and Sunday.
“Never once, in my own personal experience, has an entire audience sat through the entire end credits of a film... not only once, but twice in a row,” Coulter wrote on social media following the showing.
Joining a national effort to commemorate those who served in the Vietnam War, the Cox’s Station Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution is hosting a veterans tribute Sunday, Sept. 6, at Parkway Baptist Church.
The tribute, which will be 3 p.m. at the church, will honor veterans of the Vietnam War who are from Nelson County or now reside in the county.
Men, women and children arrived as early as 7 a.m. Saturday for the Buttermilk Breakfast. People lined up to grab a paper plate and loaded it up with several breakfast staples, such as biscuits, gravy, sausage and pancakes.
Jim Brown was one of the first people in line as the sun rose over the horizon. Bacon, eggs and fried potatoes were piled high on the business owner’s plate. Brown said the event allows him to see his old friends and customers.
“It’s good fellowship, for a very inexpensive price,” he said.
TOPS 262 had elections of officers on Wednesday, July 8, at the weekly meeting. Elected are Mary Newton, leader, Sandy Coulter, co-leader, Wilma Faulkner, treasurer and Laverne Mackin, secretary. The group meets every Wednesday at the Civic Center back room. New members are welcome.