Spaghetti & a show: Concert raises funds for food program

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Northview student and choir member Parker Timberman along with his service dog Herb Timberman gathered donations between the performances from the crowd.
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Great entertainment and food made the 7th Annual Knights Choirs Fall Concert and “All You Can Eat” Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser a busy place Sunday.

The 2017 Fall Concert at Northview High School featured performances by the fine arts choral programs from North Clay and the different high school choirs.

Meanwhile, in the cafeteria and auditorium, families gathered to enjoy lunch.

Samantha Patterson directed the members of the North Clay Middle School 6th Grade Choir while Gail Rogers provided the music.
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During the event people were encouraged to make donations in support of the Clay Community Schools Backpack program, which provides less fortunate students with supplemental meals over weekends and during holiday breaks.

Northview student and choir member Parker Timberman along with his service dog Herb Timberman gathered donations between the performances from the crowd.

Samantha Patterson directed the members of the North Clay Middle School 6th Grade Choir while Gail Rogers provided the music.

Parker Timberman along with his service dog Herb Timberman
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Gail Rogers provided the music as the North Clay 6th Grade Choir performed "Hakuna Matata."
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The “All You Can Eat” Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser was a busy place Sunday in the Northview High School cafeteria.
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The dessert and drink table at the 2017 Fall Concert was also a busy place for the volunteer staff and the guests enjoying their dinners.
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