BCHS and LFMS show choirs to benefit from magic show
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BRADLEY CENTRAL CHOIR VOCAL MOTION will sing during a fundraiser with magician Robert Jones. The event will raise money for the show choir and for Lake Forest Middle School’s show choir Revolution.
BRADLEY CENTRAL CHOIR VOCAL MOTION will sing during a fundraiser with magician Robert Jones. The event will raise money for the show choir and for Lake Forest Middle School’s show choir Revolution.
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The second annual magic show to benefit the Bradley Central High School Show Choir “Vocal Motion” and the Lake Forest Middle School “Revolution” is set for Thursday in the Little Theatre at BCHS.

Magician Robert Jones of Ooltewah will again be the featured performer. A member of the Magicians Hall of Fame, Jones was the 2005 Magician of the Year. Throughout his career, Jones has traveled around the country with famous magicians like David Copperfield.

Michelle Craig, a show coordinator and choir parent, said the show helps defer travel expense for the show choirs at the high school and middle school and is important for the students as they plan their shows and competition throughout the year.

Tickets are $10 each and showtime is 7 p.m. During intermission, both Revolution and Vocal Motion choirs will be performing.

Ticket can be purchased through a show choir member or at First Tennessee Bank on Spring Place Road or All-State on Keith Street. Children 6 years old or younger are free with purchase of an adult ticket.

Local clubs and organizations may also donate tickets to be given to Boys & Girls Clubs members and the Comprehensive Development Class at Lake Forest School. This enables the children to attend at no charge. Craig she would also like to be able to sponsor Life Bridges clients. For information on becoming a sponsor, contact Craig at 501-1170.