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Christ the King Regional High School Students Perform Pippin at Dry Harbor Nursing Home

As is now their tradition, the theater group from Christ the King Regional High School, Middle Village visited the Dry Harbor Nursing Home to perform their latest show “Pippin” for the residents.

The group’s choreographer Amanda Millwater is a physical therapist at the nursing home and the school now has an open invitation to perform.

A touching moment came when student Frank Provenzano asked popular resident Myrna Ellis to the Senior “Senior” Prom during which the Christ the King students return to share a special Senior Prom with the residents.

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  1. I just wanted to say kudos to both the high school and the nursing home for coordinating for this initiative. It is clear that the nursing home residents appreciate the performances as well as their interactions with the younger generation. Bravo!