© The cast of "The Stolen Prince" will perform a one-act play Saturday at 5 p.m. at the dinner theatre
- at KMHS to celebrate the Year of the Arts in Education. From left, front row, Danah McKinney, Julie
- Goad, Sarah Bunch and Namkhang Phannareth. Second row, Terra Scruggs, Kenny Mauney, Mandy
- Jones and Crystal Weston; back row, Jonathan Laughter, Becky Hamrick, Erica Day, Charity Smith,
‘ Bonita Guiton, Crissy Dalton and Shawn Campbell.
Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp, a tale from '"the Arabaian Nights'', will be presented by Kings
Mountain High School drama students Saturday at KMHS Cafeteria ‘at a 5 p.m. dinner-theatre. From
left, front row, Jaime Sherrill, Terra Scruggs and Andrew Bell and standing, Janice Mills; At the center of
the stage Brett Wells as the Sultan with Stephen
Bedrech Badoor, the Sultan's daughter. Back row,
O'Brien Hayes and Mike Wallace,
the magician Brad Philbeck.
Heath, Aladdin, and. Chediiz Coleman as Princess
the Sultan on his throne, Darin Brown, flanked by
standing. At right of stage are Joey Gray and Jonathan Cook flanking
Dinner Theater Saturday at KMHS
A student art exhibit, musical performances and two
one-act plays by drama students is in store for the au-
dience of "A Starry, Starry Night," Saturday at 5 p.m.
at Kings Mountain High School Cafeteria.
Tickets for the dinner theater are on sale for $12 at
McGinnis Department Store, Mauney Libraty, and in
the school offices and at the door.
The students in the music and art departments are
joining with drama students to present what drama
teacher Betsy Wells calls an extravaganza of talent.
Two. one-act plays, "Aladdin and His Wonderful
Lamp" and "The Stolen Prince" will be presented and
Kings Mountain Middle School
has received a certificate of partici-
pation in the Top Million Point
Reading Challenge sponsored in
conjunction with Advantage
Learning Systems who publish
Librarian Holly Godfrey said
that all schools using the
Accelerated Reader program were
invited to accept the challenge and
KMMS chose to participate. By ac-
cepting this reading challenge
KMMS joins other schools con-
tributing toward a goal of 10 mil-
lion points accumulated in the
1995-96 school year. This also
contributed to the American
Association of School Librarians
exciting initiative," Count on
AASL plans to show the impact
of avid reading by motivating stu-
dents to reach a billion books, says
Godfrey. KMMS students will be
Fall 1995 issue.
KM Middle School accepts
million point reading challenge
included in the totals. The national
reading challenge will culminate in
National Reading Challenge Week
1996. Last year
KMMS accumulated 82,000 points
nationwide. A description of the
local program appeared in the pub-
lication "The Accelerated Reader"
Godfrey said this year students
have pledged to earn 100,000
points by the end of the 1995-96
Columnist io review
her most recent book
Charlotte Observer columnist
Danny Romine Powell will review
her recent book, "Parting the
at Barnes Auditorium
Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
Students and the general public
are invited to the presentation.
Admission is free.
school English students will re-
ceive extra credit for attending.
complete with elaborate costumes and sets. The art
show will be set up in the commons area of the high
school and music will be presented as diners enjoy a
sit-down dinner of chicken delight, tossed salad, red
potatoes, broccoli and cheese sauce with coffee and
tea. At intermission time, a dessert buffet will be fea-
This is the first dinner theatre for Kings Mountain
students and Wells said the Fine Arts Department has
working hard in rehearsals for several weeks.
"This is entertainment that the’ whole family is sure
to enjoy," she said.
Thursday, October 19, 1995 - THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD - Page 5A
Becky Jo, John Laughter, and Dorothy Jo, left to right, show off some of the artwork from the Art Club
of Kings Mountain High School to be exhibited by students at the dinner theatre to celebrate the Year of
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