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SMSA performs Epiphany play; makes donation to staff member's family

3:34 PM, Jan. 14, 2013  |  Comments
The Three Kings include: Balthazar (played by Finnian Buelow); Melchoir (played by Cassidy Schreiber); and Casper (played by Joshua Austin). The were part of the Epiphany play performed by SMSA students recently.
The Three Kings include: Balthazar (played by Finnian Buelow); Melchoir (played by Cassidy Schreiber); and Casper (played by Joshua Austin). The were part of the Epiphany play performed by SMSA students recently.
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The third grade students at St. Mary's Springs Academy performed the Epiphany play the first week in January. The students look forward to this annual event. After the play, all students are given a cupcake. In three of the cupcakes, at each campus location and school, there are Hershey kisses. The three students that get one of these cupcakes are "King for a Day" and receive an oversized candy bar.

In addition to the play performance, the students presented a check to art teacher Chris Schneider from donations made from special dress-up days and a movie day, both leading up to the holiday break. Mr. Schneider's 18-month-old son is battling leukemia. The students raised over $2,770 for the family.

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