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Emmetsburg Catholic School Presents All-School Concert

Catholic Schools Week Kick-Off

January 26, 2012
Emmetsburg News

Emmetsburg Catholic School will kick-off Catholic Schools Week with an all-school concert on Sunday, Jan. 29, beginning at 11:45 a.m. in Corrigan Hall.

The preschool classes will open the show followed by the Kindergarten class. The Kindergartners will sing several selections highlighted by the "Butterfly Song" and "Somebody Stole My Cow."

First grade through sixth grade students will join together on a Christian musical "Are We There Yet?".

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ARE WE THERE YET? Emmetsburg Catholic School will kick-off Catholic Schools Week with an all-school concert on Sunday, Jan. 29, at 11:45 a.m. at Corrigan Hall. Youngsters in preschool through sixth grade will perform, and the fifth grade and sixth grade classes will combine to present the musical “Are We There Yet?”. Pictured (kneeling in front, from left): Mason Lee, Nolan Greene, Christian Murphy, Donald Soukup, Adam Deitering. Middle row: Mary Nelson, Emma Anderson, Carter Hoffman, Hunter Murphy, Rachel Geelan, Alexis Louwagie. Back row: Dylan Kibbie, Andrew Walker.
–Lori Hall photo

This musical tells the story of the Hebrews' release from Israel and their journey to the Promised Land. They battle the ten plagues, part the Red Sea, and build the Golden Calf.

Fifth grade and sixth grade students play the major roles of Moses, Miriam, Aaron, and the Pharaoh.

"This has been a challenging production, but well worth the work with a combination of entertainment and telling the story of Moses," said Director Kelley Fog.

 
 
 

 

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