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THE LYNNFIELD ADVOCATE
– Friday, March 17, 2017
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Sale Dates: Friday, March 17th
to Thursday, March 23rd 2017
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Local family hosts fundraiser
to support Boston Marathon runner
Will help raise money for Nashoba Learning Group
O
n Saturday, March 4, the
Parziale family held a fund-
raising party at their Lynnfield
home for Nicole Mitsakis of
Middleton, who will be run-
ning the Boston Marathon
for Nashoba Learning Group
(NLG), a private autism school
in Bedford. According to Su-
san Parziale, this is Nicole’s first
marathon. Her fundraising re-
quirement for the charity bib is
$10,000, and thanks to somany
who turned out on Saturday
night, Nicole did very well to
reach her goal.
Pictured isNicoleMitsakiswith
Jenna Parziale, who attends
NLG.
(Photo courtesy of Parziale family)
“Bemiss’ Geniuses” delight at annual Variety Show
By Melanie Higgins
H
uckleberry Hill School has
got show business down
to a science. On Sunday at the
middle school, Huckleberry stu-
dents performed their annual
Variety Show – sponsored by
the Parent Teacher Organiza-
tion. This year’s theme was “Ex-
periments in Entertainment.”
Every year kids are encour-
aged to think of an act and au-
dition – whether it be song,
dance, poetry or gymnastics
– and perform it as part of the
show. During this year’s show,
kids performed a broad array
of acts, including magic tricks,
dance routines, skits and even
musical performances.
Wearing t-shirts emblazoned
with the slogan “Bemiss’ Ge-
niuses” (referring to Principal
Brian Bemiss) in addition to
Einstein wigs and wacky hats,
students performed an open-
ing skit demonstrating their
“experiments” in cooking up
entertainment. Others per-
formed choreographed dance
routines topopular songs, such
as Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t
Stop the Feeling” and Fitz and
the Tantrums’“Hand Clap.”One
group titled the “Brady Bunch”
showed off their jump roping
skills while wearing Tom Brady
jerseys.
Perhaps the best moment of
the show; however, was when
kids performed a skit wearing
“Fat Heads” (oversized mug
shots) of the school’s teachers,
creating a bobble-head effect.
In total, about 130 kids partic-
ipated in the show, which was
comprised of 35 acts.
“It’s all for fun,” said Rich Sjo-
berg, school committee mem-
ber and one of the organizers
of the annual event. Sjoberg is
in his 8th year organizing the
event, alongside co-chair of the
show, Lucy Karis.
Sjobergwanted to especially
thank Karis for her hand inmak-
ing the showhappen.“The kids
all did a fantastic job,”Karis said.
HuckleberryHill School Princi-
pal Brian Bemiss was dressed
up as a mad scientist for the
show.
VARIETY SHOW
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