November 12, 2010 Leave a comment
The almost new, and until recently, rarely used Sunnyside Community Center played host for a Young Life talent show Thursday night. Despite school and government closures for Veterans Day, several of our area youth turned out to enjoy music and other talents on display.
In addition to the multiple musical acts, an auction was held to raise funds for the organization. Young Life is a non-denominational ministry with a focus on youth.
Acts included music from “Paco and His People”, “Lady Rodriguez”, Christine Woods playing solo on her viola and going through Tae Kwon Do forms, dancing from Martin School of Dance, and a skit entitled “A Goober or Maybe Not”. For the skit, Jim Slinker, who works with Young Life, changed out his clothes for a colorful portrayal of a country bumpkin at a dairy farm “tasting room”.
For more information about the organization, visit the website of Young Life.