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SCA set for ‘Snow White’

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The cast of Sherwood Christian Academy’s “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves” will perform Nov. 10-12 at Sherwood Baptist Church in the Fellowship Center.

Special photo The cast of Sherwood Christian Academy’s “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves” will perform Nov. 10-12 at Sherwood Baptist Church in the Fellowship Center.

— Sherwood Christian Academy will present the musical “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves” Nov. 10-12 in the Fellowship Center at Sherwood Baptist Church, 2201 Whispering Pines Road.

The musical will entertain audiences of all ages with original music and adorable characters. The play follows the story of the evil stepmother having her huntsman and sisters attempt to kill Snow White in order her to remain the fairest in the land. When they fail and Snow White escapes to the woods, the seven dwarves save her and the queen sets out to rid herself of Snow White once and for all.

Participants in the play are all members of the student body.

“This is by far the most unique show we have ever attempted. From an unusual class composition to a much shorter rehearsal schedule, ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarves’ has been one big opportunity,” Lindsey Sanders, musical theater director, said.

Show times for the musical are 7 p.m. Nov. 10 and 11, and 2 p.m. Nov. 12.

Tickets sold in advance are $10 each. They can be purchased at the church office and on both campuses. Tickets at the door the day of the show will be $12 each.

Comments

supersquawker 2 years, 11 months ago

Make your Source and Use of Funds document for SPM public, consistent with ECFA principles.

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Margie 2 years, 11 months ago

supersquawker, please go and get a supersquawker life. This is a school play, with students. Go see the play, it just might be what you need to get some humor, love and care in your heart of stone. Sherwood's source of funds, just as any school is none of your business. Better yet, why not scan a copy of your bank statement, and financial resources for the public to see.

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supersquawker 2 years, 11 months ago

Idiotic analogy but I would be happy to if I was closing a "ministry" when I had millions of dollars coming in.

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albanyherald1 2 years, 11 months ago

Amen, Margie. Poor supersquawker. He seems to have such a miserable life. The only thing that makes him feel better is to complain about how OTHER people act. How can you take a student led school play and twist it into something negative? Only supersquawker. He should re-name himself as supercomplainer.

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churchinsider 2 years, 11 months ago

supersquawker - I am certainly not a fan of SBC or SCA. You and I have shared a lot of the same viewpoints however, is it really necessary to attack the children? They are the innocent ones here. I wish them much success; I was in the SCA Drama program for several years.

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Margie 2 years, 11 months ago

So, you don't have a million dollars, BUT you can apply for a license and open up a daycare center, hire qualfied staff to operate, and serve those children who will no longer be served by Sherwood. It will be very profitable for you, especially at the rate of daycare fees, and you will be doing something positive instead of complaining. And once you the millions hit your bank account, you can then provide the daycare service for free.Stop complaining and take action. Also, since you are so distrubed on the closing of the daycare program, and you don't have millions of dollars, why not pay the tutition fee for one child that attend Sherwood's daycare program.

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Margie 2 years, 11 months ago

Idiotic analogy? The word is very fitting especially from the mouth and brain in which it came. Anyone that would attack innocent children because of his or her hate for a school or church is evidence of a person that the community need to watch and unstable.

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supersquawker 2 years, 10 months ago

Ain't they witches in Snow White? I thought y'all didn't go for that, expelled kids who read Harry Potter?

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