CLEAR SPRING - Getting old isn't easy for Harry Bryan.
He's got every ailment you can imagine - including dementia - and prescriptions for dozens of pills.
He's also got something else - his Maryland driver's license.
A ba-da-bing drum roll and guffaws greeted jokesters like Bryan who took the stage Sunday at Clear Spring High School during the final show of the Clear Spring Lions Club's 55th annual Minstrel/Variety Show. According to figures provided by Lions Club members, about 300 people turned out to see each of three performances over the weekend.
The audience heard songs such as "Somewhere over the Rainbow," and "Sweet Home Alabama," and they laughed along to lines as groan-inducing as a knock-knock joke.
"You know, my memory's not as sharp as it used to be ... And, my memory's not as sharp as it used to be," Bryan told the crowd Sunday.