Local child center reenacts its own holiday memories
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.
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.”