The Athens News Broadcast

Weekly Newsletter - November 19 1531

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The Royal Wedding

Soon the day will be upon us when King Theseus and his mistress Hippolyta will be wedded. Everyone in Athens is welcomed to enjoy the wedding, and Theseus would be very delighted for you to join him on this very special day. Hippolyta will be dressed in a new Romabara dress, and the King will be very thrilled to see this beauty on the special day. There has been some tension between the couple lately, with the King being very excited and some seeming resistance to the day from Hippolyta, but she has rejected the thought and said that she loves the King with all her heart, and is simply trying to be patient. I guess the King will have to learn to patient too, for the days will pass quickly and soon the big day will come, with the sky much brighter than it was before. (pg. 3)

Help Wanted at the Ceremony

There are several positions open to work at the royal wedding, upcoming on Sunday at 11:00. You will be only hired for the day, and be working with the current staff of the palace. The positions are as followed:

Decoration and Clean-up (9) - decorating and cleaning up after the ceremony- will work from 6:00am - 11:00pm, must be able to stand for long periods of time.

Usher (4) - bring the guests to their seats, as well as running offerings and the general service. Will work from 10:00am - 10:00pm

Ring-bearer (1) - Bring the rings to the bride and groom during the service. The King and Queen themselves will be choosing this role, so you should know them personally or be of status. Work only during the marriage ceremony

Welcoming and Check-in (6) - Lead guests and be the first impression of the ceremony for many - work from 10:00am - 3:00pm

Royal dressing and visuals (9) - you will be dressing and helping both the groom and bride, work from 8:00am - 8:00pm

We hope you contact the royal palace at 662-634-4283 or on 5927 Golden Crown Dr., and apply for these positions. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity, as you will be behind the scenes at the royal palace.

Music Selected to be played at the wedding, sung and played by the fairies who live near Athens

Mendelssohn - A Midsummer Night's Dream - Wedding March