Playing for many faces

Dayton Massey, 13, performs Creedence Clearwater Revival ’s ‘Bad Moon Rising’ at the FACES winter recital.

Dayton Massey, 13, performs Creedence Clearwater Revival ’s ‘Bad Moon Rising’ at the FACES winter recital recently. Massey, his younger brother George, and other FACES students are regulars at the Junior Coffee Houses, hosted by the Carlin Hall every second month.

Music and dance students shared their talents with a packed house, Sunday, Dec. 11 at the FACES annual winter recital and dessert evening. Visual arts students also had their artwork on display.

Registration in dance, music and art is now on for classes starting in January.

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