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‘Grease’ set at Harrison?Central tonight

Harrison Happenings

April 16, 2011
KAY?SEDGMER - Lifestyles Editor (Sedgmer may be reached at ksedgmer@timesleader online.com) , Times Leader

THE FINAL production of "Grease" will be performed at Harrison Central High School tonight with the curtains opening at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium.

The cast includes: Abby Dodds as Sandy Dombrowski and Cody Barcroft as Danny Zuko.

The Pink Ladies include Zoee Kaurich as Betty Rizzo, leader of the Pink Ladies; Alyssa Randolph as Frenchy, beauty school drop out; Chelsea Brown as Marty and Misty Bradley as Jan.

The Greasers, otherwise known as the Burger Palace boys, are Dustyn Moore as Kenickie; Roman Stinespring as Doody; Stephen McKinney as Roger and Dhuval Pena as Sonny, Patty Simcox, the school cheerleader, will be played by Raven Cruz while Cha-Cha DiGregorio will be portrayed by Sarah Thatcher.

Eugene, the class valedictorian, is played by Josh Moore and Miss Lynch, the old maid English teacher is played by Leanna May. Johnny Casino, the rock 'n roll band leader, is played by Dylan Warner while Vince Fontaine, radio disc jockey and former greaser, is played by Kyle Dodds. Teen Angel, the Fabian-look-alike, is played by Nick Pelegreen.

Rounding out the cast are dancers Sasha West, Michelle Zende, Niki Kasarda, Makala Reed, Callie Eberhart, Ronna Orr and Jonah Rodgers.

Crew members include Savanah McElroy, Parnell Sheldon, Kira Adams, Lizzy Reed, Cheyenne Albright and Casey Copeland. Student directors are Dhuval Pena and Samantha Gillig. Choreographers are Ashley Baur and Amanda Sabo.

Directing the production are Holly Brindley as director and Adrienne Cook as assistant director.

DANCE THE night away tonight at the Moorefield Community Center when the Tri-County Showstoppers 4-H Club sponsors a square dance from 8-11 p.m. Music will be provided by Rogers Orchestra. A cake walk will also be held and a concession will be available. Stop out and have some fun while support a local 4-H Club.

THE CADIZ Presbyterian Church Puppet Ministry will hold a cornhole tournament today at 1 p.m. at the Harrison County 4-H Building. Cost is $20 per team with payouts going to first and second place finishers. For more information call the church office at 740-942-2366.

THE JEWETT Museum will host a Night at the Races tonight with doors opening at 6 p.m. in the upstairs of Ray & Sarah's Good Times in Jewett. Races will begin at 7 p.m.

The entry price includes dinner and beverages.

If you need further information, call 740-945-5131.

IT'S PRIZE bingo time at Franklin Museum in New Athens. Doors for the event opened at noon today with bingo kicking off at 1 p.m.

Food will be available with lots of great prizes to be awarded. Admission is $20 per person and includes cards and tickets. Extras may be purchased.

The proceeds from the event will benefit the museum and if you haven't taken the opportunity to tour the building ... you should! It is a very interesting tour and learning experience.

For more information, contact Judy Secrest at 740-968-1042.

CONGRATULATIONS ARE extended to the martial art students of Miller's Martial Arts in Cadiz who traveled to Moundsville, W.Va. to compete in a tournament hosted by the Teaching of Tae Kwon Do School in March.

There were 23 students from Miller's school participating including eight who placed first in their divisions:Cameron Dulkoski, forms; Clayton Everhart, forms and weapons; Zachary Taggart, forms; Jack Novotn, forms; Addie Edwards, forms; Zachary Stubblefield, forms; Devin Kalinowki, forms; Peter Novotny, forms.

Miller's School also earned the award for most supportive school at the tournament.

THE OHIO Valley Spirit Softball Spaghetti Dinner will be held Sunday from 12-5 p.m. at the Hopedale Social Hall. Cost is $5 per person and all proceeds benefit the softball team.

THE FINAL Lenton service for Asbury Parish United Methodist Church will be held tomorrow at the New Athens United Methodist Church beginning at 7 p.m. The service will be a special musical program featuring the talents of the parish choir; Katie Parkinson; Carly, Emily, Chad and Harold Rogers; Mindy Roush-Wilson; and more.

TRINITY GOSPEL Fellowship Church, Flushing-Morristown Road, Flushing, will present the Easter cantata "Because We Believe" on Sunday, April 7, 7 p.m. Contact Shirley at 740-968-3259 for more details.

DEERSVILLE COMMUNITY Players Executive Director Joyce Lannuam has announced the cancellation of the spring production of "I Married an Angel" due to unforeseen circumstances.

Both Lannum and Players President Richard Hodkinson said those wishing to have their patron contributions returned should contact them at 740-658-3592 (Lannum) or 740-922-5470 (Hodkinson) at their convenience.

Plans for the fall play, set for Oct. 20-23 continues. The production will be under the direction of Holly Brindley and Cheryl Besozzi.

SEVERAL AREA churches will hold Sunrise Services on Easter Sunday including the New Athens Methodist Church at 6:30 a.m. and Springdale Friends Church in Kenwood at 8 a.m. where a breakfast will follow at 8:45 a.m.

Sedgmer may be reached at ksedgmer@timesleader online.com

 
 

 

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