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Christian Academy to present Christmas program Friday

Published: Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012 3:30 p.m. CDT • Updated: Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012 3:33 p.m. CDT
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Princeton Christian Academy actors in "The Secret of Snowflake County" include (front row, from left) Kelly VanDenBussche, Wessely Baker, Rhiannon Searle, Noah Irizarry and Kenley Grimmer; (second row) Drew Grey, Sophia Brandenburg, Aliyah Cummings, Claudette Rosario, Eliza Atkinson, Katrina Rudolph and Thressa Nelson; (third row) Anna Grey, Serenity Laurino, Grace Wolbrecht, Jenna Grimmer, Nolan Mallery, Kimmie Glenn, Ivy Brown and Jordyn Pollok; and (back row) Sam Wolbrecht, Jonathan Henrikson, Lizzy May, Wyatt Baker, Daniel Henrikson (above), Mauricio Jones and Will Finley. The production is directed by Kathey Cook.

PRINCETON — Princeton Christian Academy students will present their Christmas program, "The Secret of Snowflake County," at 7 p.m. Friday in Princeton Bible Church auditorium. The play, created by Christy Semsen, is a zany play set in a town where the residents are competing to see who can put together the most extravagant Christmas production. Some of the wacky entries include line-dancing angels and tap-dancing wise men. 

Mayor Halmark, played by Grace Wolbrecht, a PCA eighth-grader, struggles to find the biggest and best way to celebrate Christmas. It happens that her young daughter, played by seventh-grader Claudette Rosario, has not forgotten that hope came in a humble stall. She reminds us all that Christmas is not the production, but the promise of a savior.

All students in kindergarten through grade eight have a part in this timeless show directed by PCA teacher Kathey Cook. A short concert of instrumental and vocal ensembles will also be presented. The public is invited to this free performance and a cookie reception afterwards in the gymnasium.

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