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Carol O. Smart

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Employment History

Actress

Oneida Nation


Actress and Playwright


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The Oneida Nation - Proud and Progressive

hrd.oneidanation.org [cached]

Dr. Rosa Minoka-Hill (1875-1952): An Early Native American Woman Physician is the title of a one-woman dramatization about Dr. Hill by her granddaughter, Oneida actress Carol O. Smart.Ms. Smart is presenting her program about this remarkable woman at the Neville Public Museum of Brown County at 2 PM on Sunday, October 13.Carol Smart is one of the oldest of Dr. Minoka-Hill's 23 grandchildren, and was the one to have spent the most time with her (Ms. Smart was 13 at the time of Dr. Minoka-Hill's death).Carol Smart is one of the oldest of Dr. Minoka-Hill's 23 grandchildren, and was the one to have spent the most time with her (Ms. Smart was 13 at the time of Dr. Minoka-Hill's death).Ms. Smart treasures "the memory of trudging behind Grandmother as she carried her double-decker medical bag, maneuvering over the gravel road in wide-heeled older ladies' shoes, sometimes resting to take tiny nitroglycerine pills. … On hot summer nights we dragged the rocking chair under her Wolf River apple tree and rocked to the rhythm of poetry … or to stories of the stars she loved to tell.She had a habit of singing or whistling to herself. … Plagued by vision problems since childhood, she was compelled to rest her eyes, (and) then one could hear the murmur of prayer with mention of a patient's plight.I delighted in her ‘thee' and ‘thy' quotes from her Quaker school days but can only remember one: ‘When thee wakes up, thee gets up!' She always wore an apron or a ‘chore jacket' so she would be prepared for an emergency house call."Ms. Smart wrote her play while a student of Carroll College theater department chairman David Molthen.Carol O. Smart is an actress, writer, and playwright who lives and works in Waukesha, Wisconsin.


www.lowellsun.com

Member Carolyn Smart was the dissenting vote because of concerns she voiced about the increase and the town's financial stability.
"I can't in good conscience support the increases in this budget," Smart said. "Many of the projects on the FY16 section haven't been reviewed on our capital plan, so I'm not exactly sure how it can be a legal thing," Smart said. Smart also expressed concerns about not knowing how much of that cost would go toward land acquisition.


Marshfield News Herald - Weekend calendar

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The Dr. Rosa Minoka-Hall Story": Carol O. Smart: Actress and playwright.7 p.m. Tuesday.Free.Stratford Community Hall.


www.boardoftrade.com

These members included Manager of Training and Development Kristin Constable, Vice President of Human Resources Andrew Martin, Regional Managers Leah Whitworth and Kent Strom, Director of Purchasing Caroline Smart, Training and Development Coordinator Kathryne Oliver, and Human Resources Manager Georgina Boyne.


www.lowellsun.com

Some of the money might be needed for winter operations, member Carolyn Smart said.
If the reserve fund is used up, the selectmen will need to call a special town meeting, Smart said.


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