A Thank You From The Spotlight Players Parent Association

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To the Editor:

The Spotlight Players Parent Association (SPPA) would like to thank the community for their support with the return of our Flamingo Flocking Fundraiser. We hope everyone had fun watching as the flamingos “flew” from lawn to lawn around town. All the funds that were raised will go towards our annual scholarship program.

Despite the pandemic, the VHS Spotlight Players were able to continue their tradition of a spring musical in May at the Oskar Schindler Performing Arts Center in West Orange. If you were unable to see the show or are interested in hearing the missing performance of “Home” from Julia Komninos, Sophie Beaubouef, Faith Brolly and Sofia Greco, you still have a chance to see the show. “Broadway Through the Ages” will be streaming for free on Tuesday, June 15 at 7:30 p.m. All you need to do is follow this link when the time comes: https://youtu.be/L6nONCBzffw. The show runs just under two hours and there will be a five-minute intermission.

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Thank you for supporting the Spotlight Players! We look forward to seeing you in the autumn when the group hopes to be back in the Verona High School auditorium with a fall drama.

-Spotlight Players Parent Association

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