Posted by Fred Steiner on February 7, 2016 - 5:43pm
Stanley Scott and Nancy Banman had a "game signing" event Saturday at Book ReViews.
The Bluffton couple has developed a game they call "Talk in a Box." It can be played by from two to eight players.
According to the game creators, Talk in a Box makes good coffee shop talk, picnic talk, pillow talk, road trip talk, inter-generational talk, table talk, retreat talk, and talk just about anywhere people come together.
Posted by Fred Steiner on January 26, 2016 - 3:30pm
ICON OPINION PIECE
I was born in Bluffton Hospital. So was my brother, sister, wife and her brothers. Our two daughters were also born there. Many persons reading this can say the same thing about their siblings and family members.
We can't, however, be certain our next Bluffton generation can proclaim this, considering the era of which we live. It's one where small town, rural American hospitals risk closing.
That's why two major January announcements from Bluffton Hospital are cause for great cheer in our small town. We urge you to read these.