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Antioch Methodist Church Christmas Play: Review

Two thumbs up from critics Dr. Roger D. Smith and Rev. Elbert D. Hadley, for performance of "Christmas Leaves Cricket County,"before packed house in Sparksville, KY

By Roger D Smith DMD

Donna and I along with around 200 others enjoyed the annual Christmas play at our church, Antioch Methodist at Sparksville, earlier today.

Playing to a packed house the performers gave an outstanding performance. Although, I am far from a learned critic in the performing arts, I would give it two thumbs up.

I am adding the thumb of Rev. Elbert Hadley who offered a great deal of praise not only to the preformers but the content of the message.
My hat is off to all who made the play a great success, and thanks to those folks who came out to support our church's efforts. - Roger D Smith DMD

This story was posted on 2012-12-02 18:23:05
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