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ARC holds first show choir

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Broadway style singing and dancing will come to the Pine Belt Saturday and Sunday  in a unique fashion. The Association for the Rights of Citizens with Developmental Disabilities will host its first ever show choir concert Saturday at 6 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m.

Students and volunteers from Thames Elementary will take over the stage for a show that's being called, As Time Goes By: A Musical Journey through Television and Film.  Seven on Your Side spoke with a few of the stage's stars about what the audience can expect.   Thames Elementary Student, Kerry Camille Helveston said, "I think the show is absolutely divine."  ARC volunteer and Thames Elementary teacher, Christie Moss said "It's probably the most unique show choir you will ever attend."

The concert will take place in the program's multi-purpose center on Bonhomie Road.  Tickets are $10, with a silent auction at intermission to raise money for ARC.  For tickets, you can call (601)580-4205. 

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