Jazz and Cabaret Performance
By Karen Eakes
January 31, 2007
Kudos to Ketchikan's First City Players and their 9th Annual
Jazz and Cabaret events of this past weekend! Through the artistry
and guidance of New York guests Anne Phillips, Bob Kindred, Paul
Meyers and Matt Perry, our community, both performers and attendees,
received a tremendous treat.
I appreciated every performance, but a special highlight was
the youth choir that performed on Sunday afternoon at Kayhi.
This group was made up of well over 100 elementary and middle
school students from six different schools in the community and
they were spectacular! Their songs were filled with fun, energy,
and the pure joy and pleasure of singing. In addition, their
behavior as performers was exemplary. It was wonderful to see
children joining together in such a positive manner and having
an asset building experience they will always remember.
Received January 30, 2007 - Published January 31, 2006
About: PATCHWorks director,
School Board member and citizen of Ketchikan for 36 years.
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