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~11~ ~Te~ ~ra - December 17, 2008 VouR COMMUNITV Page 11 Photos by Scott Swanson Dancers twirl around the floor at Sunshine Industries'annual winter formal Saturday night, held at Little Prom- ises Preschool. Though organizers said weather concerns trimmed the turnout, those who showed up had a fine time enjoying the music of Radio, a Lebanon-based band. ,I Dan Roebuck and Sandra St. Claire enjoy a slow dance as Radio plays in the background. It's not all about music at the Sunshine formal as attendees enjoy some snacks during a break. Clockwise from Randy Sullivan, right, plays a little air guitar during a rendition of "Sweet left, front, are Tina King, a chaperone, Billy Brenaman, Jesse Pitner (who decided to clean up a bit), Karen Home Alabama" as Sunshine staffer Brandon Leaton urges him on. Clark, Angela Vaughn, Amy Jewett and her mother Jeanette Jewett, and Mac McCalister. Church of Christ drama proves the King is alive I ! At left, the King of Rock 'n' Roll comes alive and plays "Blue Christmas." John Mclntosh portrays Elvis, while Sally Pelham looks on at the end of the skit, "A King for Christmas." Above, in character, Cheryl Hoerntlein chas- tises Darlene Deardorff at a beauty parlor for spreading the absurd no- tion that Elvis Presley, the King, is still alive and would make an appearance on Christmas Day. While Elvis may really be dead, the skit made its point, the real king, Jesus Christ, is alive and well and that he is the real reason we celebrate Christmas. The skit was among four written by Dianne Mcln- tosh and performed during a Christ- mas program at the Church of Christ at 18th and Long. Photos by Seam C. Morgan !