by Paige Baker
Mooresville High School will be hosting its annual Wagon Trails Revue on Friday, Nov 2 and Saturday, Nov 3 starting at 7 p.m. Cost of admission is $7, tickets can be purchased from Mrs. Dawn Blake at the Welcome Center anytime during the school day.
“Wagon Trails is a fun way for the yearbook staff to raise money. It really helps us out a lot with yearbook sales,” event coordinator Tara Davis said.
Performances include MHS Band, Jazz Ensemble, Sensations, Madrigals, Finesse, Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, Full Orchestra, Millennium and Spotlighters. Soloists are Alivia Duerlinger with Nick Schmutte, Rachel Justus, Bailey McNalley with Nick Schmutte, Lonna Morrow and Becca Ford. The MHS Yearbook staff will also be preforming skits in-between performances.
“Wagon Trails helps the staff work together. It is a way for the yearbook staff to form a bond and learn how to work together,” yearbook editor in chief Jessica Stinger said.
This year’s theme is the circus, so come out and see the skits including a ring master, a contortionist, a fortune teller, mimes, clown cars, cannons, the world’s strongest man and many other performances!
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