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St Joseph’s students wow audience

STUDENTS from Korumburra’s St Joseph’s Primary School lit up the stage with their school production recently.

Performing at Mary MacKillop Catholic Regional College, they gave a whole school production of The Samaritan Within with a modern twist.

“We stayed true to the original parable but each class performed their own dance,” director Laura Muranty said.

“The parable cast was of 18 students from grades 3 to 6, with the school choir also performing.”

The message of the production was to show faith and love in God, and for people to be heroes in their own right.

Committing to a semester of practicing and work, the students enjoyed having the opportunity to perform in front of parents and friends on the stage to see the school year out.

Colourful wings: from left, Milla, Claudia, Lucy, Brooke, Heidi and Carter dressed up as butterflies for the St Joseph’s Primary School production.

Colourful wings: from left, Milla, Claudia, Lucy, Brooke, Heidi and Carter dressed up as butterflies for the St Joseph’s Primary School production.

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