Gosh, I have years and years of Circus Tent memories! The Tent was actually founded by the then-pastor of Kitty Hawk United Methodist Church -- and the church just celebrated its 150th birthday, by the way -- and one of the early Hermeneutics, Curtis Campbell who played bass, occasional bongos, and sang solos that ranged from Leonard Bernstein's Simple Song to Neil Diamond's Hot August Night, just transferred to Kitty Hawk as pastor this past June! Does anyone remember the Jolly Green Giants or the Dandy Lions? Take Lime or Orange Sherbert and mix with Sprite like a milkshake. Still my favorite ice cream treat. I have a ton of old photographs that I'll have to dig out and scan one of these evenings for you all. Did anyone go to the Circus Tent Reunion that was held here, in the fall, a couple years ago? Many of the band members from the 1976-77 era, or thereabouts, were here: Kathy Milligan, Curtis, Scott Wilkinson (the son of the founder, now a Methodist campus minister), Richard Dunnagan, Mike Comee (may be spelling that wrong) and of course, an entire room full of once-upon-a-time groupies (yes, yes, that included moi). At one point, they had all the "former groupies" come up on stage and we got to fulfill our teen-something fantasies by singing along. What a treat! They even had CDs available of some of the best loved songs recorded over the years. I have often wished that something of the sort still existed that I could share with my grandsons, the oldest of whom are about the age I was when I first started going.