Local child cen­ter reen­acts its own hol­i­day mem­o­ries

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The Prime Time Chil­dren’s and Youth Ac­tiv­ity Cen­ter in Owings per­formed its hol­i­day pro­gram, “Cel­e­brat­ing Hol­i­day Mem­o­ries of the Past,” on Dec. 7 at Bethel Way of the Cross Church in Hunt­ing­town.

The per­form­ers sang and danced to songs that Prime Time chil­dren sang and danced to as far back as 30 years ago. Through the use of “magic” and video pro­duc­tion skills, the cen­ter man­aged to tie 30 years of hol­i­day mem­o­ries to­gether and reen­act them with dance, songs and cos­tumes with chil­dren 30 years younger, with video of long-ago per­form­ers on a video screen and the cur­rent per­form­ers do­ing the same num­bers on stage, a press re­lease states.

Santa, Frosty the Snow­man and an elf also made an ap­pear­ance and dis­trib­uted gifts.

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Pas­sen­gers from the Po­lar Express Imag­i­na­tion Sta­tion’s Lil­lian Gri­er­son, Bryce Tech, Brian Wilson, Alanah Schilling, Ryan Burggraff, Laci Rogers, Adalie La­gana, Al­lisyn Ma­gruder, Alexis Koziana and Dal­ton Jones sing “The Po­lar Express.”

Pre-kinder­gart­ners from Prime Time’s Our Crayon Box Luke Ram­s­ingh, left, Trevor West­man and Ja­cob West­man per­form “We’re a Cou­ple of Mis­fits.”

The Trav­el­ers’ Cameron Floyd, left, Ne­vaeh Comber, Lo­ralie Haz­zard, Skyler Buzzela and Lucy Swan sing “Hot Cho­co­late” from “The Po­lar Bear Express.”

Kinder­gart­ners, also known as Our Ex­plor­ers, Emily Koenig, left, Ni­cholas Zook, Madi­son Piereck, Ma­son Sk­aggs, Amelia Stack­house and Hud­son Ridge­way per­form “Mele Ka­liki­maka.”

Third-graders to mid­dle school­ers, also known as BrainEYac and Yack­ers, Bri­anna Huck­leby, left, Mi­ley Case, Evan But­ler and Ni­cholas Har­ring­ton sing “Shake Up the Hap­pi­ness.”

Our Crayon Box (pre-kinder­gart­ners) Lila Do­ran, left, Gwyneth Wal­ter, Avary Ogle, Ad­di­son Rein­hardt and Luke Ram­s­ingh per­form “We’re a Cou­ple of Mis­fits.”

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