John Voehl of Littleton captivated the audience at the free performance with stories and anecdotes about Lincoln’s childhood, young adulthood and his presidential years. Voehl also visited other Meeker-area schools on his visit, which was sponsored by the Meeker Arts and Cultural Council and the Rio Blanco County Historical Society. Voehl has portrayed Lincoln in more than 700 performances since 1996, and he said he has read more than 700 books and other materials about Lincoln.
By Robert Amick Special to the Herald Times MEEKER | The Meeker Arts and Cultural Council (MACC) has developed a 2018 plan for enhancing a variety of arts and cultural programs on behalf of the […]
MEEKER I The Meeker Arts and Cultural Council (MACC) and the ERBM Recreation and Parks District, in cooperation with Meeker High School, will offer free enrichment seminars by the Colorado Mesa University theater arts department […]
MEEKER I The Rio Blanco County Historical Society and its Rural School Committee teamed with the Meeker Arts and Culture Council Sunday, April 6, to portray “Rural School Days,” a fun and informative historic presentation.