Clearwater Secondary hosts two performances

Students at the high school and community members put on The Velveteen Rabbit and The Fruit Cake

Mackenzie Alain is the Nutcracker and Bailey Stokes the Jack-in-the-Box as they take part in “The Velveteen Rabbit”.

Mackenzie Alain is the Nutcracker and Bailey Stokes the Jack-in-the-Box as they take part in “The Velveteen Rabbit” by Irene Lynn, a play put on by Clearwater Secondary School students and others from the community at the school on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings of last week. Also presented was “The Fruit Cake” by Dwayne Yancy. About 30 people were involved in the productions and good-sized crowds turned out to watch



Right: Shanequa Harwood plays the role of Granma in “The Fruit Cake,” one of two plays put on atGranma Clearwater Secondary School on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.




Left: CSS students (l-r) Samantha Szwaba, Cassidy CouchRedman and Mackenzie Alain demonstrate their acting abilities during the play “The Fruit Cake.”





Below: The Fairy in “The Velveteen Rabbit” was performed by Charlene Tinker.



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