As we celebrate Independence Day, let us remember our senior veterans, their spouses, and families who gave and sacrificed so much to provide safety and freedom for the rest of us.
The Grandin Theater was built in 1932 and was the first theater in Roanoke to have “talking pictures”. The first movie ever shown at The Grandin was the 1931 film “Arrowsmith”, based on the Sinclair Lewis novel. At that time, tickets at The Grandin Theater were just $0.25 for adults and $0.10 for children.
Companion Home Care recently joined host Chris Conner on his show Mountain Mornings, which airs live on Roanoke’s The Mountain 102.5 FM from 6am to 12pm. Companion Home Care was represented by owner Michelle Belton, CDP, CAEd, DCP, and long-time Companion Home Care employee Melissa Anderson, both of Roanoke, VA.