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High Energy group rocking the community

  • SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS Members of Meed's United Methodist Church's High Energy group are, front row from left, Cadence Whalen, Alivia Cellini, Abigail Moyer, Juliana Serina and Mikayla Andreas. Second row, Jazlynn King, Savannah Cheeseman, Wyatt…
    SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS Members of Meed's United Methodist Church's High Energy group are, front row from left, Cadence Whalen, Alivia Cellini, Abigail Moyer, Juliana Serina and Mikayla Andreas. Second row, Jazlynn King, Savannah Cheeseman, Wyatt Mumich, Kaitlyn Heimbach and Angelina Candelario. Third row, Justine Nidlund, Autumn Mumich, Arianna Mistretta, Kiley Boswell, Brielle Gosselin, Giavanna Cellini, Kaylee Bukowski and Bianca Dalessio.
Published April 04. 2014 01:02PM

High Energy Vocal Group is spreading goodness by performing for others in their community.

Part of Meed's United Methodist Church, located in Nesquehoning, the group "rocked the house" last Sunday when it performed a flash mob dance to "Jesus is a Keeper."

The High Energy Vocal Group performed "Awesome God."

The group is directed by Fran Oplinger and Tara Gilbert Cellini, who say the program is successful because it's bringing families and people of all ages and backgrounds together. Classes are free, so they add that there is no excuses for anyone who has children interested in the performing arts not to get the child involved.

Children are learning proper technique and terminology, they say, and are having a great time bringing smiles to others.

For more information about High Energy, call Meed's United Methodist Church in Nesquehoning at 570-669-9212. Children should be at least 6 years old.

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