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East Union Multi-Cultural Club to Celebrate Women's History Month
On Friday Feb. 28th the newly developed Cultural Club presented East Union’s Annual Black History Celebration with outstanding performances by students in all three grade levels. There was lots of singing, dancing, historical facts, poetry readings and a performance by the chorus. Teachers and students all worked together to pull off what was one of East Union’s best performances in years.
All grade levels were treated to renditions of Sister Act and Joyful Noise as the club Honored Whoopi Goldberg as their African American person for this year.
When asked how they enjoyed this performance one parent in attendance replied, “I wish my family could have attended this show, and this was FREE”. Sentiments like this were heard all throughout the audience. Not only did the performers put on a classy show, they were even asked to perform at FHHS for their Black History Performance as well.
If you were one of the unlucky few that missed this show, don’t worry, the club has been asked to do an encore performance in the evening for the community. This performance will take place on Thursday March 20, 2014 at East Union Middle School in the auditorium. The show starts promptly at 6:30p.m. Seats are limited so please get there early. Doors open up at 6:00p.m, and there will be a display of EUMS student artwork to enjoy. Don’t miss it!
Written by: Maxie Johnson, Jr. 8th grade Assistant Principal
Posted: Mar 13, 2014 by Susie Jones